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Ranj Singh / Press

"It’s a style of music the Billboard charts have yet to recognize. Probably because there’s few musical practitioners of Indo-folk, a style belonging to Ranj Singh."

“Ranj Singh contacted me to review the newly released debut album, “Found A Way Home,” I felt very lucky. For the first time in a long while, I realized that I was literally listening to — and almost touching — the “soul” of an artist. Canada is famous for its cultural tapestry. Here, every person is free to grow new types of trees from unique seeds. And this is exactly what Ranj Singh and The Discriminators have done with, Found A Way Home. There is something about his voice that will haunt you long after the 11 songs are over. “Found a Way Home” is a winner on many levels, an album that deserves to literally find its way into a lot of people’s homes around the world. I would like to call it a great piece of modern Canadiana."”

“Last year Ranj Singh and the Discriminators destroyed the stage at Party in the Park and this year they're playing the park once again and fans are in for a treat with tracks off their new CD "Found A Way Home". The Voice was fortunate to have a chance to hear the genius of Singh and the band doing one of their latest wonders called Come Fly Away With Me. The song is catchy and the band seems to encompass a raft of different styles melded into 7 very palatable minutes. It starts with some funky sitar reminiscent of Ravi Shankar in the 70s and then gently progresses into their unique Indo-folk-rock fusion sound which they've become so well-known for across the Lower Mainland. Singh told the Voice in an e-mail that he is optimistic about their new CD saying it will "open some ears". www.ranjsingh.com for more info. ”

"Ranj Singh and the Discriminators fuse Indian and Folk melodic and rhythmic forms to create a very tasty treat indeed rendering the contemporary and traditional into a musical feast. They were a feature at our Live @ The Reach concert series, generating a full house and captivating the audience with great songs, stories and musicianship. We've had them back for other events and I highly recommend them to presenters!" Kat Wahamaa, Cultural Programs Manager, The Reach Gallery Museum Abbotsford

“Press items can be viewed at www.ranjsingh.com. Thanks, Ranj.”