This time of the year you will find only two type of people. One who have already planned their New Year’s party and others who are still planning and are not really sure about stuff! 2016 was a great year indeed, full of experiences, regrets, broken resolutions and promises and what not to think upon! We just don’t want to see you fighting among your friend circle for deciding the venue to party and pile on to the random suggestions. If you with think you want yourself surrounded by great music, amazing dance visuals and lively as hell people, we have just the right place for you. And, if you are near Hyderabad or are planning to go there in the coming week, it will be as great as cherry on the cake.

Nucleya, one of the most popular EDM/ Dubstep artist in India is back again to rock the crowd, make them shout on top of their voices and dance till they drop dead. Yes it’s happening in Hyderabad in Beats Per Minute (BPM) on 31st of December in just the perfect way to bid adieu to the year. Nucleya has huge base of loyal fans and supporters and is one of the most exciting, experimental and engaging music producers in the Indian scene for the past five years. We all know his tracks focuses on sounds and textures that are Indian in nature but are international in appeal. This fusion of party music, limitless fun and censored chants of F*#k that shit will be witnessed on 31st December when Nucleya will hit the floor in one of the most anticipated events in Hyderabad. Nucleya started his musical journey towards the end of '90s when he co-founded Bandish Projekt. Since then, he has released 14 singles, studio albums and numerous collaborations. He has performed at numerous music festivals around the world including Glastonbury, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Lille 3000 and the Electron Festival, and has also worked alongside artists like Diplo and Modeselektor. Yes, that’s how big Nucleya is! His very own multi-city, sold-out concerts for even an album launch! His latest album Bass Rani has a very strong bass throughout, and simple half-time drums.

We are damn sure you have heard his music in the cars, in your headphones and on your laptops ample of times. Believe it or not, the moment you will listen to him with beats changing from local drum strokes to dubstep tempos, you will realise why people call him the Bass King. He is going to make you wooed and pump you with energy. We surely can’t wait to see him drop his bass live again soon. Still waiting for approvals? Go book your tickets for Nucleya Live event Nucleya Live event now with BookMyshow- Mood Kiya, Book Kiya!

Written By: Archit Chawla | Post Date: 21 December 2016

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