February 26, 2001 13:49

ANOKHA? NICE!

The night, previously held at the Blue Note, will now take place at 93 Feet East on London's Brick Lane...

ANOKHA? NICE!
TALVIN SINGH's influential ANOKHA club night is set to return at the new location of 93 FEET EAST on LONDON's BRICK LANE.

The night, which was previously held at the notorious Blue Note club, built a reputation for fusing world music with dance culture, and was instrumental in establishing the Mercury Music Prize-winning Singh's reputation on the dance scene.

"Anokha has come full circle now," enthused Singh, talking exclusively to NME.COM. "Its not just about 'Asians' or the underground scene, but a globally expanding sound. Expect electro/acoustic soundscapes and beats from the other side."

The first revived Anokha will take place at 93 Feet East on March 8, and will feature DJ sets from Talvin Singh, Cleveland Watkiss and Jim Masters. The club is open from 9pm-3am, with an entrance fee of #8.

Talvin Singh's second artist album, 'Ha!', is released on March 5 through Universal/Island.

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