[Audio] Funky Protest Music: Delhi Sultanate on Music, Politics, and Cultural Appropriation

Earlier this month I caught up with Delhi Sultanate, a member of the SkaVengers – a Delhi based reggae ensemble – around the launch of their new album XX or Double Cross to talk about their music, the unlikely journey of Udham Singh, a Indian revolutionary best known for assassinating General Dyer, and “Why Reggae?”.

Apart from the interview below, we’ve also got links to some of their music – listen, learn and enzoy.

 Here’s the video for Frank Brazil

 

2 thoughts on “[Audio] Funky Protest Music: Delhi Sultanate on Music, Politics, and Cultural Appropriation

  1. age

    Thanks are due to Aman Bhai, Frank Brazil
    …a band for all sessions and a million hearts. Hope they engage social reality and their own apparent yuppie-dom

    (Soundcloud cannot handle the hits and traffic very well

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