Mercury nominated DJ Swami, from production and co-writing the journey of Swami (So Who AM I?), has always been to explore the hybrid diaspora identity, finding synergy and pushing the boundaries of British and Indian contemporary music to create exciting new musical milestones; the Swami sound has been built on pioneering British Indian influenced popular … Continue reading DJ Swami
The grandson of celebrated Punjabi folk singer, Yamla Jatt, Vijay is an extremely talented multi-instrumentalist who will bring his vast musical experience to the project, playing traditional Punjabi instruments such as Tumbi, Tumba, Algoza and Bugchu.
One of the most talented Dhol players in Punjab, Naresh Kukki has performed on albums and worldwide bhangra hits with Panjabi MC and many other internationally acclaimed artists. Naresh plays Dhol and also the smaller sized drum, Dholak, with PunjabTronix.
Dheera Singh is one of the most sought after Sarangi players from Punjab. He has performed and recorded for a number of leading Punjabi artists and featured on their albums. He has also played on a number of Bollywood film soundtracks, including the hugely successful ‘Singh is King’. Dheera will also play ‘Dhad’ (a smaller … Continue reading Dheera Singh
Gurtej Singh is a talented folk singer from Punjab with an ability to sing traditional and contemporary Punjabi songs. He released his first album ‘Taroo’ in 2014 and got to the final stages of the Voice of Punjab talent show. For PunjabTronix, Gurtej is singing folk songs of Punjab.
Bristol-based UK filmmaker, John Minton is known for his experimental, lo-fi, and hallucinatory style. Characterised by grainy super-8 textures, a palette of iridescent, glowing hues, and mesmerisingly evocative imagery. John’s distinctive visual flair has lent itself to music videos for Noel Gallagher, Portishead, and Savages amongst others. The vast majority of John’s work exists in … Continue reading John Minton