Kush Arora

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Kush Arora, who has produced under the name Only Now since 2013 is a music producer and DJ from San Francisco.[1] Arora blends use of the tumbi and the algoze flute from his Punjabi heritage with industrial, metal, punk, goth, bhangra, and more before shifting to experimental, dub, and dancehall inspired creations in the late 1990s. [2][3][2][4]

In 2012 he started a radio show called Surya Dub Radio on Berkeley's KPFA 94.1FM Radio, California's largest independent station with Maneesh The Twister.[citation needed]


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  1. ^ Bruce-Jones, Henry (2019-03-19). "Only Now blends black metal, industrial and kuduro on Eternal Binding EP". FACT. Retrieved 21 July 2020.
  2. ^ a b Nachmann, Ron (2009-10-07). "Kush Arora's sonic conflicts". SF Weekly.
  3. ^ Draut, Tim (2018-05-17). "Kush Arora, aka Only Now, on metal and MUTEK". The Bay Bridged. Retrieved 21 July 2020.
  4. ^ Gallagher, Matt (2009-03-01). "Project Studio: Embarka Studios". Mix.

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