Nikhil Chinapa - Role in The Indian Dance Music Scene

Role in The Indian Dance Music Scene

Today, Chinapa and his company called Submerge Music are known for having been instrumental in bringing the most prominent DJs to India such as the likes of Swedish House Mafia, Alesso, Deniz Koyu, Armin Van Buuren, Zedd, Hardwell and Tiesto.

He has a massive fan following among EDM enthusiasts on Twitter and is credited by and large to be a pioneer for EDM in India.

His firm Submerge promotes upcoming DJs and events at various clubs in the metro cities of Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore. His name is now synonymous for contemporary dance music events across the country.

He is also known to host a popular weekly radio show called 'Together' commonly known as TGTR on Saturday nights on www.themixindia.com featuring both new and commercial tracks along with guest mixes.

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