Tigerstyle

Coming from a traditional background where religious adherence was the call of the day and learning to play instruments from a young age so that they could perform at their local temple have now turned this young Sikh outfit into the most sought after act.

Creating waves within the music industry, pioneering their new unique music genre, and preaparing to release their highly anticipated album by the same name, Digi-Bhang for a worldwide release.

The success of Tigerstyle has taken them touring all over the world including USA, Canada, Germany, Norway, Switzerland, Poland, Russia, Dubai, Singapore and Australia, all in the time span of the last 4 years. They have shared stages with the like of internationally reknowned artists Lily Allen, Talvin Singh, Damian Marley, Jay Sean, Toy Selectah, Nitin Sawhney, The Dub Pistols, Fun-Da-Mental, Misty in Roots, Gunjan, Asian Dub Foundation, Badmarsh & Shri, Truth Hurts, Panjabi MC, Future World Funk, Raghav, Johnny Kalsi & The Dhol Foundation, Semtex, Bobby Friction & Nihal from BBC Radio 1 and Panjabi Hit Squad of BBC 1Xtra.

Tigerstyle are one of the few Asian acts to have ever recorded a live session for the legendary late Sir John Peel. They were given the opportunity to showcase material from their forthcoming album supported by a full band at the first ever BBC Electric Proms in September 2006, and were selected out of 1000s of bands to perform on the first ever BBC Introducing Stage at the Glastonbury Festival in July 2007. In 2009 Tigerstyle performed in the grounds of the Tower of London to mark the launch of Anglo-Sikh Heritage week as part of a programme of events organised by the Angle Sikh Heritage Trail, took to the stage at the Village India festival and then went onto performed at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics.

Their Bollywood debut came in the shape of exclusive remixes of “Bas Ek Kinnh” and “Bhootni Ke” under the guidance of hit music director Pritam, on the soundtrack of the blockbuster movie of summer 2008, Singh is Kinng. The same summer saw their previously released hit Nachna Onda Nei being used by Signature on Britain’s Got Talent.

Tigerstyle released their new album Mystics, Martys & Maharajas in the UK to high acclaim at the end of 2008, and worked alongside Bollywood music directors on songs for films Love Aaj Kal, Dil Bole Hadippa, Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani, De Dana Dan, Toh Baat Pakki, Crook Aakrosh, Action Replay, No Problem, Delhi Belly & Mausam. Further work for the Bollywood film industry is ongoing.

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