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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

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).