Mud Doll Releases

It is with great pleasure that we announce the release of Mud Doll – Niraj Chag’s brand new album. This album has been 7 years in the making.


‘I have really enjoyed writing as well as performing on this album, especially experimenting with the Sufi, Folk and Qawalli styles!’ Japjit Kaur

The new album by Niraj Chag

Mud Doll -The new album by Niraj Chag. Still from the video Rang Diya 

Here is a press clipping of the recent 5 star review of Mud Doll by Eastern Eye.

“Ultimately this is the perfect collection of songs on the best album of the year so far and that is why it gets a perfect score – 5/5″


 Visit to find out which Mud Doll you are!Mud Doll

Watch the Videos here:

Rang Diya 


Sab Qurbaan

Bobby Friction

Bobby Friction

BBC Asian Network

BBC Asian Network

Dara – At the Royal National Theatre

Japjit Kaur is appointed Vocal Music Director for Dara, a play based in 1659 Mughal India. Dara is adapted by Tanya Ronder from Shahid Nadeem’s play originally performed by Ajoka Theatre, Pakistan. Directed by Nadia Fall.Dara1659. Mughal India. The imperial court, a place of opulence and excess; music, drugs, eunuchs and harems. Two brothers, whose mother’s death inspired the Taj Mahal, are heirs to this Muslim empire. Now they fight ferociously for succession.

Dara, the crown prince, has the love of the people – and of his emperor father – but younger brother Aurangzeb holds a different vision for India’s future. Islam inspires poetry in Dara, puritanical rigour in Aurangzeb. Can Jahanara, their beloved sister, assuage Aurangzeb’s resolve to seize the Peacock Throne and purge the empire?

There is no limit to what families do to one another, so much crueller than they are to strangers.

Tanya Ronder’s adaptation of Shahid Nadeem’s Dara spans the princes’ lives from cradle to grave. An intense domestic drama of global consequence – for India then and for our world now.

You Run On Tracks Not Roads! By Niraj Chag performed at London South Bank



You run on tracks… tells the story of Niraj Chag’s family, who travelled from India to Uganda to the UK as they sought work, and faced acceptance and resistance from the public and politicians along the way.

Niraj has created the piece using the words of well-known nationalist politicians. At times uncomfortable to hear, these powerful, beguiling words are set to music to ask questions about who defines our land, and who it truly belongs to.

Niraj Chag

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Svara Kanti Premieres in India! 2014

Svara-Kanti recently made their debut in India to standing ovations and ecstatic reviews, and their consistently brilliant performances have seen them tour extensively across the UK, including Alchemy at London’s Southbank Centre, Cheltenham Music Festival, Buxton Festival, Milapfest, Sound Festival and Glasgow Jazz Festival.


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