Soundscapes This October
Four gigs that will help you forget about life for a while. Four gigs that you will remember. Four gigs you shouldn’t miss this October.
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Singer, songwriter, actor, and now a DJ... you don’t want to miss the gorgeous Manasi Scott live in action. So get to Hakkasan on Thursday, October 9 to groove to some of her brand of house and commercial mixes. Of course you will be allowed to ‘listen with your eyes’ and may be drool some too. And if it’s any incentive, DJ Spiritual Gangsta will be the opening act for the night.
Octoberfest at Irish Village Brewery, Pune — Sunday, October 12
Okay, this gig features Whirling Kalapas, Prateek Bhaduri, Sherrin Varghese, What Plough?, and Krazy Electrons. If you know of a gig in Pune with a more exciting line up, do tell. As for the question mark after What Plough, that’s not bad punctuation. That’s just how the boys like their alternative rock band to be represented.
Donn Bhat, Teddy Boy Kill, and ViceVersa at Blue Frog, Mumbai — Wednesday, October 15
Donn Bhat is a music producer, songwriter, and guitar player who is currently active in the Mumbai gig circuit. His albums ‘One Way Circle’ and ‘Passenger Revelator’ are much talked about within indie circles. Find out why at Blue Frog on Wednesday, October 15. Also on the bill are eletronica acts Teddy Boy Kill and ViceVersa. ROI guaranteed if you are an EDM fan.
Tribute to Aerosmith at Hard Rock Cafe, Worli — Thursday, October 30
For the last 15 years, Hard Rock Cafe’s Pinktober campaign has raised millions of dollars globally for breast cancer awareness and research. This year, they have tied up with Radio One to bring to you a tribute to the legendary Boston rockers Aerosmith. My late father was a cancer specialist. I’m honored beyond words to be able to contribute to this cause in my own little way year after year. I hope to see you on Thursday, October 30 at Hard Rock Cafe Worli. Come, you really “don’t wanna miss a thing.”
Article & Images By: 2Blue
2Blue (a.k.a Tirthankar Poddar) forayed into the Mumbai rock circuit in 2000. Having gained notoriety for his powerful high-pitched singing and on-stage charisma, he was soon invited to sing for Vayu. After 5 years in Vayu and countless monumental shows, 2Blue formed the hard rock band Zedde (pronounced z?d). Always a man for his heroes, the self-taught singer attributes his vocal prowess to his childhood heroes: David Coverdale, Joe Lynn Turner, Ian Gillan, Ronnie James Dio, and Bruce Dickinson. For him, if a thing was good once, it always is.
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