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Keep the music on

Keep the music on
A nightclub in the city recently celebrated  its first anniversary and on the occasion, there were performances by various artistes.

‘I played music that was groovy, melodic and emotional. And of course, faithless classics and exclusive edits to keep things fresh and funky,' said Sister Bliss who performed at Kitty Su.

She was performing in Delhi for the first time and played deep house, tech house, percussive tribal house and a touch of electro house, and even progressive. ‘It was about having a lot of energy and fun,’ she said.  

The DJ played popular music and psychedelic tunes. She is now working on a new track with Rollo from Faithless and played a few tracks which are fresh off the press and which no one had heard before.

Sister Bliss will also start working on a new album from autumn, some tracks from which found their way in her playlist.

Norman Doray played his usual uplifting vocals and big chords  —enough to keep the crowd moving.
‘I always try to feature some new tracks and exclusives I am working on,’ he said. ‘The Indian crowd responds to house and electronic music,’ he said.

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