Over the past year, we’ve had Rock shows, Hip Hop Nights, Contemporary Indian Music, Acapella and a whole lot more. This May, we thought we’d put it all together for you. Presenting our line-up for The May Mash Up
1. May 4th: The DrummerBoy Project feat. Rahul Gopal
A genius on the drums, and one of the best musicians in Chennai – Rahul Gopal wowed us last year with his workshop on trip hop, and the vibrance of his music. Watch him set the stage on fire on the 4th of May as he brings a new and exciting sound to the city.
2. May 11th: HMI Band of the Month : La Pongal
La Pongal is an Electro-Tamil-Folk-Band from South India performing Indian folk music with influences from all around the world. Being the first of its kind, they’ve been making waves everywhere. So get ready to dance to the dappang beats and the waves of electronica.
3. May 18th: Reggae Fever : Bob Marley Tribute Night
When we realized this city had never seen a tribute for the The Master of Reggae, we decided to put one together. The night will see some of the best musicians in the city including Benny Dayal, Members from Groove No.3, Bass in Bridge and more. We’ll reveal more soon.
4. May 25th : Rahlaap: Music Beyond Genres
After all the energy of the past month, we bring you Rahlaap : Music Beyond Genres. Comprising of Rahul Nambiar and Aalaap Raju play their own compositions along with covers ranging from Jazz standards and Rock to Indian Folk and Contemporary Classical. We’ve even been told there might be a violinist joining them. Come watch the pros break the boundaries of genres!
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