Naitik Nagda creates a Navratri version of Martin Garrix's 'Animal'

October 2015
Radio & Music;10/9/2015, p1
The article reports that percussionist Naitik Kesri Nagda has created a Navratri version of Martin Garrix's hit electronic dance music (EDM) track "Animal" in India in October 2015. Topics covered include the attempt of Nagda to break into the Bollywood music composing space. Also mentioned is Nagda's decision to add the dhol and tabla to Garrix's track.


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