Last week Daytimers, a UK-based collective celebrating South Asian artistry, and Stamp The Wax announced an all-South Asian artist compilation to raise money for the ongoing efforts to provide Covid-19 relief in India. Made up of 15 tracks from acclaimed and emerging talent, including Kindness, Manara, Nikki Nair and Pooja B, the release moves through a vast array of sounds from DnB and experimental to ballroom, bass and UKG.
On 'Mitti Atar', producer, DJ and performance artist Nahi Mitti joins forces with DJ, NTS Radio resident and illustrator anu – the mind behind the compilation's artwork – for a composition that mysteriously unfolds, taking new shapes that resemble ambient, experimental and deconstructed club music.
Profits will be distributed evenly to the below charities through Mumbai-based music and culture agency Wavlngth’s fundraiser: Hemkunt Foundation, Goonj and Citta India. Artwork by anu.
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