MadStarBase

MadStarBase, led by Neal Sekhri and Anant Ahuja, are a production and DJ crew who perpetually create and curate some of the freshest, and most forward-thinking music. Blending multiple genres in an inimitable style, MadStarBase explore new musical territories and in doing so have helped mold a musical landscape in India and abroad.

MadStarBase are one of the first modern artists to reimagine how the world experiences Bollywood music by creating floor shaking, bass-heavy, club-centric remixes of iconic Bollywood songs. Songs such as Choli Ke Peeche, Mehbooba Mehbooba and Laila O Laila were remixed with such ferocity that it made Indian music, particularly Bollywood songs, feel cool again, and inspired an entire generation of musicians and artists.

From original tracks to bootlegs and remixes, from fashion to art, MadStarBase have become an undeniable force helping shape the culture of young India today.

Latest Releases

Akash - Balenciaga (W/ Fetty Wap & Lisa Mishra) - MadStarBase
Akash - Balenciaga (W/ Fetty Wap & Lisa Mishra)
2023 • Single
Blessing Me - MadStarBase Remix - MadStarBase
Blessing Me - MadStarBase Remix
2023 • Single
Up High - Merak, David Marston ft MadStarBase - MadStarBase
Up High - Merak, David Marston ft MadStarBase
2023 • Single
Cocaine Kisses - RiSK ft. ANS (MadStarBase Remix) - MadStarBase
Cocaine Kisses - RiSK ft. ANS (MadStarBase Remix)
2023 • Single

In The News

GQ catches up with MadStarBase - MadStarBase
GQ catches up with MadStarBase
GQ catches up with MadStarBase at Magnetic Fields Nomads in Ranthambhore. Everything that went down at the first-ever post-pandemic edition of the festival
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Meet MadStarBase, India Art Fair’s first young patron of the year - MadStarBase
Meet MadStarBase, India Art Fair’s first young patron of the year
MadStarBase, which specialises in forward-thinking music, has created an art pop-up in collaboration with the India Art Fair and Mumbai's Method gallery. The musical duo has collaborated with the fair to bring the ‘Fresh Produce’ show from Mumbai’s Method gallery to Delhi.
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