Get SF Weekly Newsletters

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Bend Your Ears to a Brand-New Mix From S.F. Dubstepper Kush Arora

Posted By on Thu, Oct 21, 2010 at 8:50 AM

Kush Arora
  • Kush Arora
Are the old beats getting, well, old? Are you craving some new musical mishmash? Well, check out a new dose of bass-leaning jams from San Francisco's tribally obsessed dubstep producer Kush Arora.

The DJ mix is called Seriously Tribal, with a subhead of "Select Kwaito Cuts, Upcoming Productions, Funky Selections from South Africa, Alongside Some of the New Catalog by Kush Arora, and Some UK Funky Faves." Try fitting that in your iTunes! As Arora states, Tribal "is a recent 30-minute mix [that] highlights a few upcoming tunes I have on De'fchild, some remixes that Hanuman did for me from Steak House Records in London, and the Subatomic Sound work I've done. It also features the upcoming Spanish Wall Street riddim series with Jahdan Blakkamoore, Mega Banton, Zulu, and Lady Chann on it." If that's not a healthy enough sized potpourri of sounds for you, I'm not sure what you really want out of life. You can stream and download Kush Arora's Seriously Tribal mix below.

Follow us on Twitter @SFAllShookDown and @PatricFallon

  • Pin It

Tags: , , , ,

About The Author

Patric Fallon


Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

Popular Stories

  1. Most Popular Stories
  2. Stories You Missed

Like us on Facebook


  • clipping at Brava Theater Sept. 11
    Sub Pop recording artists 'clipping.' brought their brand of noise-driven experimental hip hop to the closing night of 2016's San Francisco Electronic Music Fest this past Sunday. The packed Brava Theater hosted an initially seated crowd that ended the night jumping and dancing against the front of the stage. The trio performed a set focused on their recently released Sci-Fi Horror concept album, 'Splendor & Misery', then delved into their dancier and more aggressive back catalogue, and recent single 'Wriggle'. Opening performances included local experimental electronic duo 'Tujurikkuja' and computer music artist 'Madalyn Merkey.'"