G@z@ Benef1t : Sunday, June 23rd

G@z@ Benef1t – Join in community for an afternoon of Music, Food, Art, Flowers, and more!

Sunday, June 23rd
Alder Commons
4212 NE Prescott St. Portland, Ore.

100% of proceeds go to locally organized campaigns for families in G@z@. This is urgent, due to the ongoing jen0cide and high cost to evacu@te. Please don@te directly if able to.

Sliding scale, $25 suggested (Nooneturnedawayforalackoffunds)

Included with entry –
Performances by @anjaliandthekid and @baksanaensemble
Snacks provided by @jawaherpdx and @vegansyrianpdx
Screen-printing by @printedmatter_sp (bring a light-colored shirt or fabric!)
Button-making by Blah Blah Buttons
Letter writing packets from @lettersforpalestinepdx

Masks required at all times while inside, except for self-attested disabilities. (Eating and drinking can be done outside.)

ANDAZ Bollywood, Bhangra & Desi Bass Party. 22nd Anniversary Saturday, July 6th

The world’s longest-running Desi dance party is a Portland original, a transportive experience that has enraptured feverishly dancing Portland crowds since 2002 🌹

** ANDAZ 22nd Anniversary with DJ Anjali and The Incredible Kid **

Portland’s Original Bhangra, Bollywood & Desi Bass Dance Party

Saturday, July 6th, 2024

2845 SE Stark St. Portland, Ore.
$12 advance & at the door

21+ only w/ proper ID

Featuring a Desi dance lesson from DJ Anjali.

“Known for fusing heart-quaking electronic with bhangra—a genre with roots in the traditional folk music of the northern Indian state of Punjab—and the soundtracks of Bollywood films, DJ Anjali and the Incredible Kid’s dance floor sites are sweaty, glorious chaos.” – Portland Mercury 4/18/2020

“Their long-standing Andaz party has become legendary” – Willamette Week 6/5/19

“Whether it’s the Desi-Latino Soundclash: Tropitaal, the Bhangra Bollywood dance party: ANDAZ, or her annual NYE rager, Anjali is the premier Portland dance DJ.” – Eleven PDX 4/8/19

“Andaz, the longest-running bhangra and Bollywood dance party in the world (and one of the wildest opportunities to shake your bum in Portland).” – Portland Mercury 7/27/18

TROPITAAL! A Desi Latino Soundclash : Saturday, July 13th

TROPITAAL! A Desi Latino Soundclash

Saturday, July 13th, 2024

Featuring hosts and resident DJs

Anjali and The Incredible Kid


2845 SE Stark St. Portland, Ore.

9PM – 2AM

$12 advance & at the door

21& over only (with proper ID)

Take the sultry vibe of the Latin American Tropics, combine with the rhythm of India (“Taal”) and stir into TROPITAAL! A Desi Latine Soundclash where the hottest club sounds from India and Latin America go head to head in an all-night dance-off of epic proportions. Resident DJs Anjali & The Incredible Kid combine their deep passions and deep crates from across the spectrum of Latin, Caribbean & South Asian vibes. (Bhangra, Dembow, Future Filmi, Reggaeton, Funk carioca, Moombahton, Electro Cumbia, Tribal Guarachero, Desi Rap, Latin Trap, Dancehall, Chutney, Bollywood, Desi Bass, Brega & Diaspora party classics.)

“One of Portland’s favorite dance nights is making its return. Hosted by stalwart DJs Anjali and the Incredible Kid, Tropitaal mixes club music from India and South America—everything from urban desi to trap and reggaeton.” Willamette Week 8/11/2021 “For seven years now, DJ Anjali & The Kid have been commandeering the Tropitaal Desi-Latino Soundclash to the delight of knowing Portland audiences.” Portland Mercury 5/16/2020

“DJ Anjali & The Kid have been a staple of Portland, Oregon’s club scene for almost two decades, creating spaces for DJs and dancers to enjoy an international mĂ©lange of music ranging from bhangra to reggaeton.” Remezcla 12/26/18



Hosted by The Incredible Kid every Tuesday 10PM-Midnight (PST) on KBOO.FM (90.7 FM PORTLAND) 

Anjali and The Kid started Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Kush in January of 2006. Since 2018 The Incredible Kid has been a solo host.


We quit our Chor Bazaar show after seven years (details here.) Many hours of archives can be heard at XRAY.FM.

Anjali and The Kid present International classics & unknown pop gems from their vintage vinyl & CD collections. With a focus on retro Bollywood and the Afro Latino diaspora, you can also expect to hear Panjabi folk, Qawwali and South Asian filmi (like Lollywood, Tollywood & Kollywood.) They have hosted Chor Bazaar since XRAY’s inception in 2014.