BBC + B.R.E.E.D #NH7: 28 October 2011

Bacardi Superior presents Bay Beat Collective and B.R.E.E.D at Roxy, Kolkata as part of Bacardi NH7 Weekender!

Bay Beat Collective (BBC)

The Mumbai-based BBC (Bay Beat Collective) formed in response to the abundance of standard-issue electronica so commonly heard in clubs and bars across the country is primarily a DJ collective consisting of Kris Correya ( DJ/ Producer/ Effects Tweaker), Sohail Arora ( Dj/Producer/Promoter) & Raffael Kably ( Sound Enginee/Gizmo Nerd ) & interesting guest acts.

BBC explores new aural territory, dabbling in styles ranging from breaks to drum n bass to glitch hop to dubstep to drumstep with a partiality to “phat” basslines, live sampling and high voltage grooves that are infectious, delicious & supremely funky. They’ve injected fun into a scene, which was mutating into an increasingly austere and po-faced arena. Their sets continually re-affirm the potency of dancing the night away in a sweaty club, surrounded by like-minded complete strangers.

Previous Gigs include Sunburn Festival 2009 & 2010 & Giant Opening Sets for The Prodigy & Pendulum @ Invasion Festival, Jan 2011. BBC have also toured & played alongside some of the biggest Electronic Producers / DJ’s like Asian Dub Foundation (U.K), Godfather of Drum N Bass LTJ Bukem / MC Conrad (U.K), DUB FX (Australia), Klute (U.K), London Elektricity (U.K) & DJ Marky (Brazil). In addition to this, BBC’s first tour of Europe in August 2010 have put them on the World Map.

The BBC are changing trends and inspiring newer players in India with regular packed alternative beat nights all over the country and are truly one of the emerging collectives of a much required alternative, intellectual order.

Don’t touch that dial.

BBC feat. MC J-Man Live @ The Hub, Leicester (U.K) by Bay Beat Collective (BBC)


After the first track released by B.R.E.E.D landed directly in the Top Ten Beatport Dubstep Charts in 2010, the road was thereby soundly paved for this matured identity. B.R.E.E.D’s colorfully-raw avenues have become the foundations for his evolving production and musical promenade with his upcoming releases featuring heavily-layered bass lines and exquisitely original intonations.

Shortly after the Top Ten Dubstep success, B.R.E.E.D released an EP on High Chai Recordings called “Sound Killer,” of which both tracks appeared in the Beatport dubstep charts yet again! But this notable activity was induced by layers of exploration and intellectual evolution. Previously, under his initial name, DJ Nasha, this self-manufactured artist claimed the World DMC Championship (India) in 1999 and 2000, of which he appeared for the finals of in New York and London. He then capitalized on this energetic snowball of creation and consequently changed the musical horizon in his homeland of India. Recently labeled on MistaJam’s BBC Radio One Program as the “dubstep ambassador of India,” B.R.E.E.D has evolved his musical disposition from an exclusively self-trained DJ and producer from Bombay India, to an artist who has now played alongside internationally-recognized personalities like Cold Cut, Freq Nasty, Caspa, and Howie B. Without the support and infrastructure of professional musical institutes to aid his progress, this DJ and producer has sculpted a powerful magnetism among the world of experimental aficionados with his own determined hands.

Currently B.R.E.E.D’s latest 2011 releases are sure to wreck havoc for those who crave expressionistic beats and bass.


Kandit Nayaka -Nucleya -B.R.E.E.D Remix (clip) by B.R.E.E.D


NH7 Pre-Parties conceptualized and managed by Only Much Louder and KRUNK