Converse Red Light Sessions: Charanjit Singh

Late last year, Indian pioneer of electronic music Charanjit Singh played his legendary 1982 album “Ten Ragas to a Disco Beat” live to Western audiences for the first time ever. Using his original Roland TB-303, TR-808 and Jupiter-8 synthesizers, Singh stopped off in Amsterdam to record this very special Red Light Session for us, filmed at Red Light Radio’s studio in the heart of Amsterdam’s red light district. Check it out.

Stay tuned for more Converse Red Light Sessions, or visit Red Light Radio for podcasts and live broadcasts straight from the heart of Amsterdam.

Posted on: 24 Jan 2013

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