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DJ Rummy Sharma's ready to roll with a bagful of tunes

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After the grand success of DJ Rummy Sharma's gig at Manhattan, Gurgaon, he is all geared up to groove Delhi music lovers with his electronic tunes on 31st August at Q’BA Restaurant and bar.

Atul Kapoor of Q'BA is excited about this addition to the calendar of activities at this favourite haunt located in the heart of the city.

"We are very excited to launch these nights with Rummy Sharma & hope to host some great artists over the next few months, says Kapoor.

As part of his multi-city tour that kick-started on 10th August, he is all set to embark on a new journey as a producer  in the world of electronic dance music. One of the earliest Indian DJs to have played at the Berlin Love Parade, Rummy Sharma is no stranger to the bustling Indian Electronica scene. His India tour will witness him spinning tracks across many popular destinations and clubs in the country. He will also be playing his self-produced tracks as part of the tour.

Rummy Sharma started his DJing career in 1992 but amidst his busy spinning schedules across the country and continents, it’s now that he’s finally concentrating on the producer in him. Recognised as one of the oldest and most cherished of Delhi DJs, Rummy Sharma has played at some of the most cult clubs of the city and the world. In fact he’s was at the helm of affairs, as the Electronic music following started taking shape in the country.He was invited to play Love Parade in Berlin in 2006, where Rummy got his own Truck and played along with Teisto, Pauk Van Dyk, Andre Nalin, Martin Eyerer, and almost every world class DJ.

Cut to 2013 he’s made a shift to Berlin Germany and is winning accolades in the international Electronica circuit with his new single titled ‘Wade in the Water’ with Iranian maestro Namito.

Rummy brought great gospel vocals from a UK children choir to combine them with Namito's amazing studio skills. The result is an outstanding club track with a very positive vibe, just right to start the Ibiza season. Belgian superstar Kolombo not just did a great remix but also found a singer (Ashibah) to add some fantastic new vocals to the track. A true upgrade. Let's not forget our Bavarian friends Pele & Shawnecy and their driving remix to put the dance floor onto a complete different level. A Kling Klong highlight for sure.

Pegged as ‘again a true international masterpiece’, the track hit the DMC Top Ten mark within a day of its release. ‘Wade in the Water’hasalso received fantastic feedback and support from International DJs as well as radio stations (reactions at the end of the document). It will now be played for the first time in India, as part of Rummy’s tour.

Over time Rummy has shared the stage with the likes of DJ Sven Vath, Dr. Motte, Oliver Klein,. Namito, Sebbo, Dimitri, DJ Rush, Monika Kruise, Jay Haze, Tom Clark, Shonky, Nalin and Kane, Mougai,Phil fuldner, DJ Quicksilver, Miss Yeti, Grand Master Flash and Akon.

He recently also played with Edward Maya.

Some of the cult Delhi night clubs Rummy has performed at are- Oasis, MKOP, Djinns, Climax, Orange Room, Capitol, Kuki, Ricks, Blue Bar and almost every club known to command popularity and respect.

Internationally, Rummy has played at venues with such as Singapore- Zouk, Studebakers, Indochine, Berlin-Stern radio, Polar TV, Watergate, Pefferberg, Kit Kat, Airport club in Wurzburg, Tribehouse in Nuess, Terminal Eins In Dredsen, Roxy in Prague and the Buddha Bar- Dubai.

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