BWW Previews: KAHN (UK) AND TARQEEB at AntiSOCIAL
Lovers of Electronica in the capital city of Delhi may want to make a beeline for a night promising to be full of grime, dubstep and electronica. At antisocial, on May 18, musicians Kahn from UK and Tarqeeb will bring in the weekend with a bass heavy and full of energy night.
KAHN's production draws major influences from dub reggae, early 2000's grime, digital dancehall, UK steppers and music from across the 140 bpm spectrum. On the other hand Tarqeeb (Ashish Jose) seems to draw on hedonism through rhythm, philanthropy through music-making. He formed his moniker in the summer of 2012. His music style is composed of deep, groovy bass-lines, dark atmospheres and a trajectory that ultimately crescendos into high energy dance music. Coming from a Metal (bassist) and Psychedelic trance background, his sets innately include a generous dose of live sampling, layering and an overall vibe that could be defined as 'eclectic.'
With a growing interest amongst urban youngsters in bass, electronica and other forms of music the music scene in urban India is more diverse than ever before. The night toasts the music mood of the moment where the universal language seems to be the rhythm and the beats
Date - Thursday, May 18th
Address - antiSOCIAL, Third Floor, 9A & 12, Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi
Time - 9.30 pm onwards
Entry - INR. 300