Hipnotribe uses vocals, guitars, violins, drums, bass, percussion, keyboards, saxophones and flutes to make music that lasts.
Naresh Kamath –Bass and Vocals.
Paresh Kamath –Guitars and Vocals
Kurt Peters –Drums
Abhijit Nalani –Keyboards
Sankarshan ‘Shanks’ Kini–Guitars, Keyboards, Flute, Violin and Vocals
The band was formed in January 2008 by brothers’ Naresh and Paresh Kamath who felt they were missing out on the live gig action post Bombay Black! The members of Hipnotribe are all heroes on their respective instruments. Kurt Peters is the prodigal drummer son of jazz legend Karl Peters. Abhijit Nalani on keyboards is the guy behind most of the bollywood smash hits! He is also a master funker! Sankarshan Kini(Shanks) plays countless instruments (guitar, keyboards, flute, violin etc...Phew!). SanketAthale, also the youngest in the band, is the percussion guru or 'Tablaman' as he likes to be called. And with Tejasvi Raoon the mixer, the band has the kind of sound that confuses people into thinking that it could be a CD playing! A unique mish-mash of every style out there! The band's songs derive from every kind of music that exists on urban individuals I pod!!
For Shows, Bookings and Press Contact:
Phone: +91 98204 41075
Welcome to the world of Yves Larock. Writer and producer of Rise Up, Zookey, Girl, Don’t Turn Back, Until Tomorrow and countless more, this self-confessed studio junky is just as much in demand for his devastating DJ skills as he is for his music. A regular at the biggest clubs around the world including those in the States, Canada, South America, Europe, Asia and Australia, Yves has become a prolific force in Electronic Dance Music.
His early sounds were influenced by a wide spectrum of music: house, hip-hop, reggae and electro all filtered through into his productions. In 2005 he joined an impressive collective of French DJs and producers who were beginning to formulate the ‘Africanism’ collective. Martin Solveig, Tim Deluxe, Bob Sinclar, DJ Gregory and more began collaborating with a host of African-based artists, their individual styles colliding to create an exciting new sound for the dance scene. The movement set fire to the house scene and introduced the name of Yes Larock to fans that clamoured for more.
Dance to his beats on Thursday 29th December at Hard Rock Cafe Hyderabad. To know more click on http://on.fb.me/sBIlrv. You can also buy the online tickets by clicking on http://bit.ly/vrtOUZ. Pin It Now!
What better way of bringing in the New Year than being a part of the biggest party in town. Join us on 31st December at HRC Bengaluru as DJ Feroz - the King of Remixes - puts a new twist to your favourite tracks. It's that One Night of the year where you get to break your old resolutions before you make new ones. So eat, drink and dance to your heart's content! Limited tickets available for the unlimited Food and Beverage offers.
Food & Drink Details (regular passes): Unlimited HRC starters – choice of 6 starters will be passed around. IMFL brands – unlimited (cocktails and mocktails included)
Food & Drink Details (VIP passes): Unlimited HRC starters – choice of 6 starters + 2 BBQ starters + mini burgers will be passed around. Premium brands – unlimited (cocktails and mocktails included)
Couple Entry Fee: Rs 5000/-
Stag Entry Fee: Rs 3000/-
Couple Entry Fee (VIP): Rs 8000/-
Stag Entry Fee (VIP): Rs 5000/-
You can buy the tickets online at:
For New Years Eve, masquerade balls are very popular events. Wearing beautiful masquerade masks and New Year’s celebrations just seem to go hand in hand. Enjoy the party with DJ Phalgun.
Food Details: Selection of starter 4 vegetarian and 4 non vegetarian. Free flow
Drinks Details: Free flow of IMFL for regular stag entry and free flow of imported spirits for couple entry, VIP stag and VIP couple entry.
Stag Entry Fee: Rs. 3000 (F&B included)
Couple Entry Fee: Rs. 5000 (F&B included)
VIP Stag Entry Fee: Rs. 5000 (F&B included)
VIP Couple Entry Fee: Rs. 8000 (F&B included)
Phone: 040 44767900
You can buy the tickets online at:
This new year's eve put on your dancing shoes and get jiggy with it coz the night's gonna be a good night with music like never before, an open bar and great food.
Regular - Both Veg and Non veg starters 3 each unlimited
VIP - Both Veg and Non veg starters 4 each unlimited.
Regular - Imfl vodka,whisky, gin, rum, beers and soft drinks/Juices
VIP - Imported vodka, whisky, gin, rum, beers and soft drinks/juices
Stags allowed: Accompanied by a couple or in a group
Couple entry fee: Rs 5000 (regular) and Rs.8000 - VIP
Stag entry fee: Rs 3000 (accompanied)
Dress code: Smart Casual
Phone: Roy - 9004618888, Sumeet - 9822999859, Suman - 9766338178
We have rocked the year behind and now get ready to rock the year ahead us. You have the Spirit and we have the Fire! Let us get together for the craziest night of our lives and Light it up.... True Hard Rock Style!
Food Details: Unlimited sumptuous starters (vegetarian & non-vegetarian)
Drinks Details: Unlimited spirits and beer packages
Stags Allowed: Yes
Stag Entry Fee: Rs. 3000 (F&B included)
Couple Entry Fee: Rs. 5000 (F&B included)
Dress Code: Stylish & Warm
Music: Popular Dance Music
You can buy tickets online at: Event Station
For a chance to hop on the bus, just email us one picture where you are seen partying. Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org along with your name, age & contact details.
Entry Rs.500/- + Cover Rs.500/-
Alexandra Stan is a Romanian singer-songwriter. She released her debut single ("Lollipop (Param Pam Pam)") in late 2009. The song impacted Romanian mainstream radios in early 2010, peaking at number-eighteen. Her sophomore release, "Mr. Saxobeat", became her worldwide breakthrough hit, selling almost 1,000,000 copies in less than a year and reaching the top five in over twenty countries such as New Zealand and the United Kingdom and the top thirty in Australia, Canada and Billboard Hot 100. She released her debut album in August 2011, entitled Saxobeats. The album spawned another single called "Get Back (ASAP)".
Alexandra Stan was born in Constanța. She studied at the "Traian" High School in Constanța, and as of 2011 she is enrolled in her second year as a student at the Faculty of Management Andrei Saguna. In the past, she took part in various music-related contests with a notable appearance at the Mamaia Festival vocal performance-section. She took one year of canto lessons. During an interview, she stated that she believes in God and she has her religion principles, and she does believe in the Church.
Ring in the New Year at Hard Rock Cafe New Delhi! With DJ Puru set to spin music like never before, an open bar & great food! Grab your early bird passes at a discount. Limited passes available. Visit the Rock Shop for more details.
• Stags Allowed: Yes.
• Regular Stag Entry Fee: Rs. 3000/- (advance booking)
• Regular Couple Entry Fee: Rs 5000/- (advance booking)
• Drinks Included: Yes
• VIP Stag Entry Fee: Rs 5000/-
• VIP Couple Entry Fee: Rs 8000/-
• Drinks Included: Yes
Chivas 12 YO
Diet Coke, Tonic
* Soft beverages
• Food Included: Yes
• Food Details: 4 Veg+ 4 Non veg bites
Veg Spring Rolls
House Salad - Honey Citrus
Veg Pasta Arabiata
Cottage Cheese Curry
Mini brownie with chocolate sauce
For VIP -
In addition to above:
Pesto chicken sticks
Chicken Spring Rolls
• Drinks Included: Yes
• Drinks Details: IMFL brands for Regular and Premium liquor for VIP
• Guest DJ: DJ Puru
• Rooms: NA
• Details: Dress code: Dressy
• Contact Numbers: 47158888
• Email id: email@example.com
You can buy the tickets online at:
Home of Hope: For the young, restoring worth, providing a place of security, community and hope for the future. For the old and terminally ill, a place where they can experience love, care and die with dignity.
The HRC Bengaluru team did a charity event on 5th Dec at the Home of Hope as a part of Imagine No Hunger Campaign.
We cooked food for 400 homeless people who have been rescued by the Home of Hope.
Agam is a contemporary carnatic rock act from Bangalore, India. The band derives its name from the ancient tamil word “agam” which translates to the “inner self” in English. AGAM's music encapsulates the boundless, vibrant emotions of the human psyche. It explores, depicts and contemplates these countless aspirations and sentiments of the inner self.
Their music combines the myriad hues of melodic scales and intricate rhythm structures offered by carnatic music with the aesthetic principles and tonal elegance from western world. Their music also reflects the soulfulness in sufi music and the power of rock.
Agam was chosen as the best band in South India by Oscar Award winning Indian musician - A R Rahman
Harish Sivaramakrishnan - vox/violin
A trained carnatic musician and a violinist, Harish is the lead vocalist for Agam.
With his interest spanning across the myriad forms of music ranging from carnatic to
Hindustani to ghazals to sufiyana to asian underground, his compositions are an amalgamation of carnatic raagas with complex rhythm structures and time signatures
that define the character of Agam's music.
Harish has several years of experience as a solo musician and a studio artiste and has lent voice for innumerable radio jingles. With his soulful rendering, Harish has an innate talent to add creative dimensions to a song without altering the intended theme and the expressions at ease.
A R Rahman called his singing "Really fantastic!"
Ganesh Ram - Drums/vox
Ganesh is a self taught Percussionist. Ganesh's playing style is subtle & aesthetic
with an incredible abililty to play complex beat cycles with panache.
Ganesh grew up on a staple diet of south indian music and indian fusion, which shaped
his playing style which borrows heavily from the rhythm structures of south indian classical percussion instruments.
Ganesh also brings to the band his expertise as a live musician from the innumerable
stage shows that he has performed across India for many years."
Praveen Kumar - Guitar
Praveen (TPK) is the youngest member of the band. He is best known for
his unique chord patterns and the heavy distortion leads with a refreshing carnatic
hue. A modest and simple guy, Praveen is the key behind the rich and rounded
backgrounds and interludes that defines the signature Agam sound.
Apart from Guitars he is also a highly accomplished keyboardist & a hardcore Iron Maiden fan.
Suraj Satheesh - Acoustic Rhythm Guitars
Suraj brings in the refined acoustic texture to the compositions of Agam. Gifted with
nimble fingers, Suraj plays complex patterns with unmatched clarity without pedals. Despite his zen like mannerisms and calm demenour, Suraj can belt out mean leads that will keep you spellbound.
His motto - keep it clean & acoustic.
Swamy Seetharaman - Keys
Musician, poet, Keyboardist, Band manager – Swamy likes to don multiple
hats at the same time and does the same with un-paralleled panache.
An avid music lover with fascination for raaga’s and scales, Swamy is that key entity
that makes the music of Agam tick. An extremely talented poet, Swamy pens the lyrics for all the compositions of Agam.
Vignesh Laxminarayanan - bass/vox
Vignesh is the bass guitarist of Agam. A big enthusiast of jazz-style of playing
the bass guitar, he idolizes Victor Wooten. As a composer, he wishes to take Indian
classical music to a western paradigm by using ragas to produce complex musical schemes. A very progressive musician, Vignesh’s primary interest is in bringing out new musical flavors through unconventional beat patterns and meters. He is a thorough and an unbiased critic of music, a lucid thinker and a keen listener"
Shiva Nagarajan - percussions
Siva brings in immense value to the Rhythm sections and he can play a variety
of percussion instruments with precision. His vast experience in music significantly
influences agam’s music productions. Siva has accompanied renowned musicians like L.Subramaniam & has extensively toured the world..
Six year old Sky Rabbit defines their sound as electronic/alternative. Raxit
(Vocals/Samples), Rahul (Guitar/Samples), Siddharth (Bass) and Harsh
on (Drums) have stumbled upon something unique, merging electronica
with indie and post-punk styles.
Sky Rabbit was one of four bands in India that was selected to be part of
Soundpad, a project organized by the British Council, where Medusa
recorded two tracks with legendary producer John Leckie (Radiohead,
Pink Floyd, The Verve) at Yash Raj Studios in Mumbai.
In 2009 Sky Rabbit performed at the Great Escape Festival in Brighton and
continued their UK tour to Cardiff, Oxford, Liverpool and London.
"Music is a higher revelation than philosophy."
A group of like minded musicians came together and thought that they could share their talents to create a musical outfit. No sooner did the notes hit right, there was an events horizon with a sparkling radiance of warmth and a foreseeable longstanding camaraderie.
A few rehearsals were enough to baptize this as, Retro Legendary Act, only to mean that the music that emanates from the souls of these musicians sound rich and logical to one and all.
Endeavoring to typecast this band is futile as there has been an extensive and exhaustive thought put into this taking into consideration the likes and dislikes of the English music loving crowd and songs that would be liked and enjoyed by music lovers from all walks of life.
Saying this, the band is now on the edge of the stage, all ready to walk on, and exhale its energy in a prismatic radiance, but only after the chemistry bonded well after 3 months of strenuous rehearsals.
Retro Legendary Act comprises of:
Vijay – vocalist for the band (powerful enough to be heard in a stadium without mics). Hailing from a rich musical past, Vijay has been delivering music for the musical masses for over 2 decades.
Ritesh (lead guitars) – uses Samick, and Ibanez guitars coupled with a Zoom and Digitek run through a Marshall amp.
Selvin (bass guitar) – uses a Yamaha bass (even belts out great melodies on a fretless bass if required)
Hrishi– uses a crisp sounding drum kit and can thunderstruck with his lightening solos.
Sourabh (keys) - adept at belting out a variety of musical forms. Uses a Korg Triton and can be a killer on the Hammond forms of backups.
The musical richness of the band and the logically sculpted song list can set the stage on fire with their act and so, Retro Legendary Act can belt out for you numbers comprising of reggae, soft rock, pop-rock, blues, rock'n'roll and even hard rock too….
Now RLA is also known for their originals. Would play couple of them in concert.
Here’s Retro Legendary Act bringing you the best served musical cuisine to satisfy your music appetite.
In mid 2008, singer 2Blue and guitar player Claver got together to form Zedde. A li’l over a year later, their first single ‘Mumbai’ won the prestigious ‘Anthem of the Year’ title at the world’s largest indie music awards: AVIMA 2010. Zedde attributes this recognition to their undying passion to perform original music while carrying forward the legacy of their hard rock predecessors. Their songs are now available for purchase on iTunes and Amazon, and are fast gaining popularity as caller tunes on the Indian cellular network [sms ZEDDE to 54646 for details]. Let’s just say it is their inimitable style of music that entitles Zedde as Mumbai's best shot at the resurgence of Rock N' Roll. Stay tuned.
2Blue – Vocals
2Blue is a dynamite on stage. With influences of Ian Gillan, Joey Tempest, and Gary Cherone, he has enthralled fans wherever he has performed. In the words of his fans, "That voice is liquid gold!"
Claver – Guitar
It took two decades of obsessive practice and the influences of Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, and Paul Gilbert to transform Claver into the guitar virtuoso that he is today. Watch him play. Enrich your life.
Akashdeep – Bass
Akashdeep’s influences, from Billy Sheehan to Jaco Pastorius, have brought a new dimension to Zedde. Also a fine guitar player and vocalist, he has more surprises up his sleeve than meets the eye.
Trevor – Drums
Influences of Alex Van Halen and Dave Lombardo are unmistakable in Trevor's playing which boasts his command over odd-time phrasing. It's a wonder that he's a drummer only by accident.
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Five8 was created in the summer of 2005 in New Delhi. Beginning as a college band at Delhi University, Five8 performed extensively within the Indian college circuit, playing many college shows and competitions. With this impetus, the members of the band Adhir, Aveleon, Robin, Shiv and Steve decided to take the band forward professionally in 2008, consciously writing and performing their own music.
With influences ranging from glam rock to soul, progressive music to pop, Five8’s work resonates through a constantly evolving city life, running parallel and colliding with concrete construction, scorching temperatures, traffic jams, insatiable appetites, and just some plain wishful thinking.
Five8’s music tells their story from within, and by stepping outside of the emerging
Indian independent music milieu, using this apparent challenge to create Five8’s unique sound. The band releases its first self-titled EP July 2010 featuring six original tracks, original band artwork and a range of merchandise. In the future, the band hopes to continue writing and performing, and to allow their music to lead them further. As a part of the dynamic ‘Indian Indie’, Five8 believes that this is the time in India to let your music speak. “Life gives you one shot, there are no retakes” (Believe, Five8, 2009).
3 Guys And A Girl
(Warren Mendonsa, Johan Pais, Sidd Coutto and Shazneen Arethna)
4 friends who have played together for years and and also in various different bands.. But when the music sensibilities are so similar and the comfort level is so high, and performing together on stage is always so much fun,..... the only answer is to keep coming back together.
Shazneen does most of the song writing and The Songs are all Produced by Warren Mendonsa - Blackstratblues.
The music is simple, true and to the point. Writing about anything that comes to mind , the songs have Pop-rock, blues , soul and plenty of classic rock influences – a sense of familiarity .
Their song Bonkan Bot features on the Great Indian Rock volume.VIII.
For '3 Guys and a Girl', being together on stage is where all the fun lies.
Genre: Pop Rock
Members: Wajhi Farooq (Vocalist)
Farabi Hasan(Musical Director/ Lead Guitarist)
"Raeth" means Sand according to hindi/urdu or shifting sands according to the Pakistani Band "Raeth" itself. This band is basically from the city of Karachi, Pakistan and has released an album in India following bands like Jal, Strings and others.
Raeth’s smash hits Bhula Do and Tumharay Liye have positioned Raeth as one of the best new rock bands in Pakistan and India.
Now Raeth is making a massive push for the rest of its debut album.
Raeth’s story: Birth to international fame in four months
Pre-launch in Pakistan
Raeth launched its first video Bhula Do in June, 2006, in Pakistan. The video was well received on the Pakistani TV music channels and on FM radio. But few could imagine the band’s stellar rise over the next six months.
Launch across India by the world’s largest music label
In September, 2006, Raeth was launched across India by Universal Music India, the Indian subsidiary of Universal Music—the world’s largest music label.
Universal Music India picked Raeth out of new Pakistani bands proposed in May, 2006, by DreamStation Productions. Universal selected Raeth on hearing only three of the songs recorded till then: Bhula Do, Tumharay Liye (Bheegay Say Gaisu) and Dur Jag Ka Tara. Raeth recorded the rest of the debut album with DreamStation by July and arrived in Mumbai for the launch in September.
The next big thing from Pakistan after Junoon, Strings and Jal
Universal Music India headlined Raeth as the next big thing from Pakistan in the footsteps of Junoon, Strings and Jal. The comprehensive launch campaign included media appearances (MTV India, Channel V India, Star Plus, CNN, etc.), newspaper interviews (Hindustan Times, Indian Express, Mumbai Mirror, etc.), performances and album signings plus a high-intensity performance for noted music and film industry personalities at the chic Mumbai club ‘Squeeze’.