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It’s the time to disco again

Monica Dogra returns with the second series of Mumbai’s underground party sessions.

music Updated: Mar 21, 2011 15:19 IST
Nirmika Singh
Nirmika Singh
Hindustan Times
Monica Dogra

After Dhobi Ghat, musician Monica Dogra, best known for her act Shaa’ir and Func is back doing what she does best. This week, she will throw a bash that she promises will be a dance riot. And everyone’s invited. The second series of the Grime Riot Disco, conceptualised by Dogra along with Kunal Lodhia, Anamika Singh and Paul-Henri Moal, will be held at Bollywood Mischief. On offer here is a chance to party hard at an unbelievably cheap price, as you boogie to some disco, house, funk and hip-hop spinned by some of the city’s top-notch DJs.

“The idea is to bring together some of the best DJs at a place where people can party without worrying about spending a lot. Grime Riot Disco is dedicated to revive the disco mania with the music and ambience which this city really needs,” says Dogra.

Started last year, Grime Riot Disco ran for a few months at Club Madness in its debut year, with resounding success before taking a break. This month, DJ Ruskin and Bandish Projekt will take over the console while a giant dance floor will invite everyone who’s game to shake a leg or two at what promises to be the biggest disco party in the city. The party will aim to give a heady mix of disco and drinks to revellers who want an affordable night out. Topping it all, there will be a smoking terrace open all night along with a hookah lounge.

Grime Riot Disco is on March 25, 9 pm at Bollywood Mischief, Opposite Globus,
Hill Road, Bandra (W).
Entry Rs 300 (including a drink).