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The origin of India's most beloved dance music festival traces back to the warm sands of Candolem in Goa 2013. What started as a beach side festival celebrating EDM in its niche avatar in 2013 grew into a community of artists and enthusiasts alike coming together year after year for the love of dance music. Vh1 Supersonic over the years ceased to be just a music festival, transforming into a family.

Crafted with passion, the Supercrew with Nikhil Chinapa visualized and set-up the first edition of Vh1 Supersonic in a month's time. At a time when electronic music fans could only dream of witnessing international acts, the Supercrew did the impossible, rolled their sleeves and created a lush landscape of light, sound and color for every dance music enthusiast to call their very own paradise. Vh1 Supersonic gave the country a world-class experience like no other. 2017 saw one of the biggest turning points for the festival when it decided to shift the venue to Pune and revamp its identity. Even through its evolution from an EDM festival to a multi-genre festival in 2017, whether it was Pune or Goa Vh1 Supersonic still promised to retain the same vibe. The Superfam grew bigger, stronger and more diverse in numbers and interests, turning the festival into one of the most promising events hosted that year.

This event is going to be a wonderful experience.

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  • Major Lazer
    Major Lazer

    Major Lazer is the dance hall inspired project of Diplo, Jillionaire and Walshy Fire fronted by fictional Jamaican excommando, Major Lazer. Peace Is The Mission follows the group's previous two LPs, Guns Don't Kill People...Lazers Do and Free The Universe, both released to widespread critical acclaim. Founded in 2008 by Diplo and U.K. producer Switch, the group has toured worldwide and collaborated with Pharrell Williams, Bruno Mars and Ezra Koenig of Vampire Weekend along with dancehall legends like Busy Signal, Vybz Kartel and Elephant Man.
    Over the last few years, Major Lazer has become a staple at all big music festivals around the world Coachella, Lollapalooza, Pitchfork and has gained notoriety as a funfilled stage act. As of 2016, the video for their smash hit single Lean On which was filmed in India and featured Danish singer MO, crossed 1 billion views on Youtube and now holds the record for most streamed song on Spotify of all time an achievement only a handful of artists can boast of.

  • Marshmello

    Masked DJ Marshmello gained international recognition by remixing songs of Jack U and Zedd. His musical style includes groove-oriented, synth and bass-heavy electronic dance music.With his new found fame, Marshmello performed at New York's Pier 94, Pomona, California's HARD Day of the Dead festival, and Miami Music Week. Marshmello's fresh production style on many major music publications gained attention from artists like Skrillex.

  • Alt-J

    British band Alt-J, who nabbed the No. 1 position in the UK with their latest album 'This is All Yours,' (which also has a Grammy nomination for 'Best Alternative Music Album') are coming to India for the very first time! The band's debut album An Awesome Wave, was released in 2012 and won the 2012 British Mercury Prize. There is a process we all go through when we first play the new album by a band whose debut we evangelized about. Nerves need to be steadied and fears dispelled before we can pass anything approaching calm and clear-headed judgment. With luck, our ardour will be rekindled, our faith reaffirmed. And all of us will, at some time or another, have had the unhappy experience of dashed hopes and shattered illusions, so there's that niggling worry lurking at the back of our minds, too. Which brings us to This Is All Yours. More specifically, to the opening bars of the opening song, Intro. Joe's voice starts the track, a pointillist, percussive ''la-la-la-la'', Philip Glass-like in its hypnotic simplicity, before Gus joins in with an answering counterpoint. This is not, as its title might imply, a brief throwaway before the album proper begins. Its middle section, introduced by Thom's thundering snare pattern, suddenly asserts itself before the song returns to its becalmed opening theme, only to be once again overwhelmed, by a brutal burst of martial drumming and battle cries. The multiple and diverse elements the band work with on the album might, in the hands of other musicians, so easily have resulted in something unwieldy or overblown. Lyrically, the album balances the cryptic with the sensuous; the erotically charged Warm Foothills - which features vocals from Conor Oberst, Lianne La Havas, Sivu and Marika Hackman - whose central character, Joe teases, ''could be Iris Murdoch, but probably isn't'', is a prime example of the latter. ''On the first record,'' Joe explains, ''most of the lyrics and the narratives had a meaning. But on this one, there are moments where I sing words, but I'm not aware what those words are, if that makes sense. When we actually sat down to do the lyrics, I had to really listen to what I was singing on the tape. You know, 'Ok, I'm saying pharaoh here, and then I think I'm saying bone'. Sometimes, they don't make any sense; I suspect that people are going to come up with some fairly interesting interpretations of those moments.'' In other words, over to us. Which is, Joe says, the point of the album title. ''That's sort of what it means. Once the record is out, it's yours. You own it.'' And we do. Nerves steadied, fears dispelled. Time to dive in.

  • Sean Paul
    Sean Paul

    Sean Paul's distinct voice, catchy rhythms and first class production, have been the perfect blend for the success of this Grammy Award winning, international superstar. Born Sean Paul Henriques in Jamaica on January 9, 1973, his musical career took off in 2002 with the success of his second studio album Dutty Rock, which was fuelled by his Billboard Hot 100 chart toppers, Gimmie the Light and Get Busy. Sean Paul has maintained his relevance in the music industry since his rise to international fame in 2000 to present day with recent hits such as Cheap Thrills, Rockabye, No Lie, and Body.

    Over the span of his career, Sean Paul has worked with quite a number of international and local hip-hop stars such as Busta Rhymes, Beyonc, Rihanna, Keyshia Cole, Kelly Rowland, Juicy J, 2Chainz and Nicki Minaj. He has also partnered with reggae and dancehall acts such as Damian Junior Gong Marley, Wayne Marshall, CeCile, and Tami Chynn.

    Aside from being a top notch performer, Sean Paul is an excellent music producer and has created music with a number of top Jamaican artistes. Konshens, JCapri, Cham, Beenie Man, Bounty Killer, Elephant Man, Ding Dong, Vanessa Bling, Mr. Vegas, and Denyque, are just a few of the multi-talented artistes featured on his Full Speed Riddim that was released in early 2015.

  • Incubus

    Novelist Henry Miller once wrote,Ones destination is never a place, but rather a new way of looking at things. Since their formation in 1991, iconic multiplatinum Los Angeles rock band Incubus have consciously and continually shifted their perspective with each subsequent album, preserving the spirit that initially drove them and simultaneously challenging themselves as artists and human beings. Their eighth full-length, the aptly titled8[Island Records], proudly upholds that tradition for the quintetBrandon Boyd [vocals], Mike Einziger [guitar, piano, backing vocals], Jos Pasillas II [drums], Chris Kilmore [turntables, keyboards], and Ben Kenney [bass].

    As a band, were collectively interested in challenging ourselves and hopefully finding new, innovative ways of writing music, asserts Boyd. That ethos has kept things interesting for us. Its also kept things interesting for listeners everywhere. By 2017, the bands sales exceeded 23 million worldwide, while landing four Top 5 debuts on theBillboardTop 200 and one #1 album. Theyve graced the stages of festivals everywhere fromLollapaloozaandAir + StyletoDownload FestivalandPinkpopin addition to touring alongside the likes of Linkin Park, OutKast, Moby, Janes Addiction, Queens of the Stone Age, and many more. After the release of 2015sTrust Fall (Side A)EP and a packed summer amphitheater tour with Deftones, the boys once again treaded uncharted territory. They collaborated with a dynamic talent behind the board as 8 would be co-produced and mixed by Skrillex [Justin Bieber, A$AP Rocky, Lady Gaga]. In January 2016, Boyd and Einziger holed up in a Venice Beach shack, building Much of the musical framework in a weird man cave, laughs Boyd.

    By fall, the five musicians regrouped to flesh out ideas, recording at Jim Henson Studios and at Einzigers personal studio. As the vision came into focus during early 2017, Incubus added another level by enlisting the perspective of longtime friend Skrillex for co-production and mixing. Einziger had spent the past few years, exponentially expanding his personal musical palette. Not only did he oversee production for The Internets Feel Good and produce three songs for Tyler, The Creators chart-topping Cherry Bomb, but he also co-wrote Aviciis six-times platinum smash Wake Me Up and served as musical director and performer for a much talked-about 2016 GRAMMY Awards performance of Where Are Now by Skrillex, Diplo, and Justin Bieber. After lunch one day, Einziger played Skrillex some mixes, and a whole new world opened up as the producer added his magic to 8.

    It evolved organically out of my friendship with Skrillex, Einziger elaborates. Incubus is all about friendship. We transferred the synergy of working together into what the band was doing. As we put the final touches on everything, Skrillex brought another level to the album. As a result, the eleven tracks comprising8assemble a mosaic reflective of the bands current mindset. Unease translates to unpredictable guitar riffs that blur the lines between time signatures as cosmic rhythmic transmissions orbit around an epicenter of combustible emotion. Each lyric encodes a parable or what might be a hidden message. The first single Nimble Bastard leapfrogs from a rattling guitar snap into an anthemic refrain. Loneliest echoes with an existential rumination on solitude over an airy beat and hypnotic guitars. Undefeated struts along via a bombastic stomp before culminating on an uplifting chant, while the spacey Familiar Faces instantly enchants.

    The soothing instrumental soundscape of Make No Sound In The Digital Forest illuminates their cinematic side with delicate chimes, simmering drums, and warbling tones. A dial-up modem signals the explosion of Love In A Time of Surveillance as the one-two punch of No Fun and Throw Out The Map tap into a tsunami of distortion and punk-y freedom. Glitterbomb represents the glorious push-and-pull of8, teetering between heavenly harmony and a dramatic twinge.

    8arrives at a significant milestone for Incubusreleasing exactly 20 years since their major label debut S.C.I.E.N.C.E.landed back in 1997. A little older, a lot wiser, quite tighter, but equally ready to challenge themselves and rock music at large, Incubus change their perspective once more in 2017. All the time, I hear from fans that our music was the backdrop of their first experience with love or important in getting them through a hard time, says Einziger. Thats the highest compliment. When we finished8, we were flooded with this wave of gratitude, Boyd leaves off. The fact that so many people are willing to come on this weird ride with us is really humbling. Were filled with this sense of awe around it. Were very happy to share this record with everyone, and we hope they like it.

  • Dillon Francis
    Dillon Francis

    Moombahton pioneer, proud Jim Carrey disciple, platinum-selling DJ and producer, host and creator of TBS Digital's One Deeper Talks, actor, and all-around nice guy Dillon Francis continues to disrupt entertainment in all forms. By 2017, the Los Angeles-born artist had solidified himself as a veritable social media-era renaissance man.

    Averaging over 4 million monthly Spotify streams, he achieved a string of smashes, including the #1 Dance Radio Airplay hit ''Anywhere'' [feat. Will Heard], ''Candy'' [feat. Snappy Jit], #1 Billboard Dance Club Songs chart-topper ''Coming Over'' with Kygo [feat. James Hersey], and the RIAA platinum-certified ''Get Low'' with DJ Snake -- which surpassed 500 million worldwide streams. Francis initially made history in 2012 as ''the first moombahton artist to achieve the number-one spot on Beatport'' with the Something, Something Awesome EP. In 2014, his major label debut album, Money Sucks, Friends Rule [Mad Decent/Columbia Records], landed on Rolling Stone's ''Top Electronic Albums of 2014'' list and boasted a myriad of diverse collaborators such as Twista, Brendon Urie of Panic! At the Disco, Major Lazer, and more. Meanwhile, 2015's follow-up This Mixtape Is Fire EP bowed at #1 on Billboard's Top Dance/Electronic Albums Chart.

    He stands out as a festival favorite, igniting the stages of Coachella, Electric Daisy Carnival, Ultra, TomorrowWorld, Electric Zoo, and more as well as touching down for shows in the UK, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, France, Australia, and beyond. 2017 saw him reprise his residency at the Wynn LasVegas for the second year in a row alongside fellow heavy hitters Skrillex, A-Trek, Alesso, David Guetta, RL Grime, Virgil Abloh, and more.

    He consistently engages a social media following of 1.6 million on Instagram, 1.5 million on Facebook, and 921K on Twitter with a flurry of hilarious and hysterical content as well as his YouTube series DJ World. Assuming roles such as affluent millennial annoyance Becky, Australian teen Treva, fashion tastemaker Klaude, and of course German dance floor impresario DJ Hanzel, he keeps his audience guessing and laughing. Hanzel would not only open multiple gigs, but he also serves as the host for the comedic series One Deeper Talks, featuring revealing interviews with the likes of Calvin Harris, Kaskade, and more on TBS Digital. The real Francis' music has piped through Furious 7, Entourage, Neighbors, Zoolander 2, and more. Along the way, the artist graced the cover of DJ Mag and appeared in Entertainment/Weekly, Billboard, Variety, Deadline, and many others.

    Now, he shakes things up once again with his 2017 single ''Say Less'' [feat. G-Eazy]. The first release under his own IDGAFOS independent label, the song merges G-Eazy's clever and catchy bars with Francis's signature moombahton spark and charming unpredictability.

  • Joseph Capriati
    Joseph Capriati

    Now over a decade into his career as a globally touring DJ, there's hardly an accolade Joseph Capriati hasn't achieved. He is deservedly one of technos most in-demand headliners and continues to better himself as an artist, making every release and performance a special one for his fans. Capriati's brand of slick and emotive techno, delivered with precision, flair and infectious energy, has become a staple highlight of the global club and festival circuit.

  • Adana Twins
    Adana Twins

    Hamburg-based duo Adana Twins welcomes Watergate Records to their global team, with an already wildly successful release on the Watergate Affairs 02 EP, entitled Etah, and an upcoming solo EP set to hit stores in May. The boys have also received great praise from Hamburg-comrade Solomun, who has played their track Uncompromising in every set for months, including a pre-release taster at BPM Festival. In addition to upcoming Watergate Showcase tours, the pair will continue their legendary ALLNIIGHT event series after visits to some of the best clubs in the world, with many more to come.

    Straight outta Hamburg house city, Adana Twins helped secure their homes reputation for deep grooves with a series of early EPs that have made them among the most buzz-worthy acts to emerge from the German media capital. Placing repeatedly in the pole position on both Resident Advisor and Beatport charts, the duo comprised Take It Easy and Friso has found its way into the record bags and Traktor set-ups of the worlds top DJs, while comfortably establishing its own sound where sleek beats and clever sampling are only a small piece of a bigger musical vision that began to form during a previous era.

    Formed in 2006, the diversity of the pair led Adana Twins to embrace two unique epithets since inception. Take It Easy spent his youth head-nodding to laid-back hip-hop like Black Star and Dilated Peoples, while Friso was a follower of techno since the ripe age of 10. Together they would enamor club-goers around the world with their very own musical fingerprint, beyond mere analog crunch.

    With a sound perfectly poised to seize the moment, Adana Twins delivered their first hits, Everyday and Strange, on Exploited in 2012, to a global scene that was ready to look in Hamburgs direction. The tracks would go international, being played by the likes of A-Trak, Pete Tong, Soul Clap, and Wolf+Lamb to name just a few, and would lead to remix requests for labels such as Get Physical, Noir Records and Kitsune.

  • Arjun Vagale
    Arjun Vagale

    Widely celebrated as the pioneer of techno in India, Arjun Vagale steers the course of the countrys underground electronic movement. Known for his intense, driven and raw sound, Arjun is one of the most prolific artists to come out of Asia, and as one of Indias most acclaimed DJs, his cutting-edge productions have seen a massive global reach. A man with a serious passion for the underground, he has received numerous awards for his DJing and production skills, as well as being named one of Asias finest
    Underground Music Exports.

    An artist, DJ, producer, live act, label owner, radio show host, and all-around music entrepreneur: its hard to pin him down. When hes not touring incessantly, Arjun spearheads Indias premier electronic music school, I Love Music Academy and co-owns UnMute Agency, which manages Indias finest underground talent. Along with Ramiro Lopez, he is the driving force behind Odd Recordings, a futuristic IndoSpanish cross-pollinized record label thats creating a massive buzz with ravers and industry folk alike.

    Arjuns knowledge and use of technology in the booth is unparalleled, as he innovatively wields drum machines and modular synthesizers to create an electrifying atmosphere. His ability to really move a dance floor, not just play to it, has taken him to legendary clubs like Tresor, Womb, Verboten, Baum, and Paradiso, and key festivals including BPM, Sonar, ADE, Fusion, Awakenings, Sunburn and VH1 Supersonic, playing alongside the genres most prominent artists such as Richie Hawtin, Adam Beyer, Dubfire, Josh Wink and Sasha, to name but a few.

    His productions have truly put him and India on the electronic music map. 2017 has been his biggest year yet. From headlining Vh1 Supersonic Awakenings on home turf, and subsequently playing Awakenings Festival in Holland, to signing with Pan Pots Second State imprint and Adam Beyers legendary Drumcode, Arjun is clearly at the top of his game.

    Through his 20-year career, Arjun Vagale has risen to the forefront for the quality and depth of his productions and DJ sets, while always staying true to his roots. Whether packing in the dance floor or producing yet another monster tune, Arjuns total dedication to house and techno is evident in everything he does.

  • Ash Roy
    Ash Roy

    Ash Roys illustrious seventeen-year career has seen him perform around the world, including Germany, Spain, Hungary, India, Sweden, Netherlands, Canada, Malaysia, Singapore, Dubai, Denmark, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bahrain and more!

    In 2004 Ash and his friends founded the fantastic electronica band Jalebee Cartel, which gained massive popularity globally. Jalebee Cartel was Indias answer to raw, real underground dance music. Since its inception, Ash provided all vocal and percussive elements for their memorable live performances.

    2013 saw Ash launch his own dance music record label - SoupHerb Records. Soupherb records is an imprint of him and Ashvin Mani Sharma, co-founders of Jalebee Cartel. The aim of the label is to provide a platform for forward-thinking and experimental music producers in the genres of Techno, Minimal, House and all the sub-genres that go with it.

    As an individual producer and a DJ, Ashs style moves through genres that range from minimal to tech-house to techno. Other than homegrown label Soupherb, Ash Roys music has been released on various other prestigious labels such as Trapez Ltd., Monique Musique, Tulipa recordings, Creepy Fingers, Patent Skillz, Sensum Digital, Tialoc records, Shinocs music, Buena Onda and homegrown Soupherb records among others.

    In the year 2014, Ash Roy also won two prestigious awards - MyFav India's 'Best Techno DJ' for the year 2014, as well as VH1 Sound Nation's 'Best Electronic DJ'. These coveted awards along with his acclaimed release on Trapez Ltd. were the highlights of Ash's career in 2014. 2014 also saw him visit the USA, where he got an opportunity to perform at the magnificent Burning Man festival. 2015 saw him bag an award at the MyFav polls again, this time Producer of the year, and the same awards again in 2016.

    Ash moves base to Europe every summer to have a foot on both sides of the globe with his gigs an annual appearance at the Fusion Festival in Germany, for instance. Ash has shared headliner space with the likes of The Chemical Brothers, Prodigy, Modeselektor and Carl Cox, played with the likes of Richie Hawtin, Sasha, Cari Lekebusch, Fergie, Nic Fanciulli, Ambivalent and Kasey. Articles on him have appeared in publications such as Rolling Stone, Euphoric mag, Pulse Radio and more.

    2017 seems to be the most promising year so far in Ash Roys close to a 2-decade-long career. With his growing popularity in Europe, Ash Roy will now base 6 months in techno-mecca Berlin, and the remaining 6 months in India. 2017 saw him make his debut performance at the massive Awakenings festival in the Netherlands. It also saw him release a bunch of very promising material on labels such as Ballroom, Evil Flow, 5D records and more.

  • BLOT!

    BLOT! is a musical duo of Gaurav Malaker and Avinash Kumar. In the six years that BLOT! has been active, they have delivered a series of successful music releases and immersive audiovisual sets. Their debut album Snafu was signed in association with Universal Music India (2013). The duo then made a stylistic leap forward. The New Delhi-based musicians have traversed the globe, exploring urban culture through music, films, art, installations and projects. They have also co-founded their own pioneering, interdisciplinary festival UnBox and an underground electronica label - Qilla Records. On the international front, they have performed at Cologne, Geneva, Berlin Music Week, Hamburg and Lyon. They have also performed at Londons South Bank Centre. Closer to home, they play at least 100 gigs every year, while also consistently collaborating with a host of musicians and singers.

  • B.R.E.E.D

    Crossing oceans and miles of territory to get where they are today, the future bass electronic duo, B.R.E.E.D has found a new home in Los Angeles, and they are continuing to climb to the top with a promising release schedule. Cranking out 'Binate' earlier this year on glitch Goliath Multi Music, B.R.E.E.D has persistently challenged the evolution of today's EDM forms and they are now reaching out to audiences across the globe more than ever before. This prolific duo consists of Ritesh DSouza, one of Asias most influential and original underground electronic DJs and producers, who is also a two-time DMC (India) champion and the bass music pioneer of India, and Tara Mae, a classically-trained pianist from the age of 8, and a more recent vocalist who's been contributing vocal and instrumental compositions to B.R.E.E.D's production for the past eight years. Until recently, B.R.E.E.D had been performing as a one-man DJ, but they will now be showcasing some of their live sets as well, featuring live keys, vocals and turn-tablism. And they have nothing less than pure energy on stage together.B.R.E.E.D has played alongside a variety of international artists including Alesso, Howie B, Opiou, FreQ Nasty, Albin Meyers, Steve Duda, Caspa, Foreign Beggars, Cold Cut, and Gaudi and has collaborated with and remixed the likes of Sizzla, Calvertron, Will Bailey, Stephan Jacobs, Button Pusher, Dirt Monkey and many more. They've seen releases and several chart toppers on labels like Simplify Recordings, Ministry of Sound, Top Billin', Jack Knife Records, Foreign Familiar, and High Chai Recordings, while their latest album 'Binate' released in January 2014 on Muti Music. 'Binate' sat at the No. 1 spot on the top Addictech releases and was No. 3 on the top 5 Glitch Hop album releases on Beatport in January 2014. The album further deepened B.R.E.E.D's presence in the west coast bass music scene and it has been supported and reviewed by entities like Rolling Stone, VH1 and EDM.com amongst others. Their next EP, 'Forever' is set to release as a late summer 2014 release, and this EP truly exhibits the new compositions and forward-pushing sounds they have been working on in the studio. With the duo's innovative sampling and vocals, soul-motion funk, exotic instrumentation and orchestrated bass, B.R.E.E.D's influence has been strong wherever they've dropped their beats, and they will only continue to expand their influence with each release they have and every crowd they infiltrate.

  • Curtain Blue
    Curtain Blue

    Curtain Blue is Abhishek Bhatia's solo project. Vocalist of a Delhi based band, The Circus, Abhishek has also been producing his own electronic music and has finally decided to take it live in the Curtain Blue avatar. Fusing haunting vocal melodies with downtempo and bass sensibilities, he aims to create a textural blend which can uniquely be called his own.

    Curtain Blue draws inspiration from artists such as Radiohead, Apparat, Moderat, Jon Hopkins, while creating a niche for itself. Over the last couple of years, Abhishek Bhatia has performed at a number of festivals in India and abroad, including The Great Escape Festival at Brighton, UK, Bacardi NH7 Weekender and the flagship edition of the Magnetic Fields Festival in Rajasthan in 2013 & 2014, where Berlin/ Los Angeles-based producer Robot Koch saw him perform for the first time.

    Their initial meeting led to a musical collaboration between the two on Kochs acclaimed TSUKI EP, released via MONKEYTOWN Records earlier in 2015, and Koch's debut album ''Hypermoment'' in 2015 via MONKEYTOWN RECORDS again. April 2015 saw Curtain Blue release his debut EP, Drones. The four-track EP struck a brave venture into a weird, wonderful and unchartered territory of modern electronica where no Indian producer has really succeeded.

    The dance floor friendly EP features some skilfully produced, textural percussive elements and haunting vocals. To support the debut EP, Curtain Blue toured the country and abroad at numerous dates during April and May 2015, and September 2016, covering venues like The South Bank Centre, UK, The Great Escape Festival, Brighton UK, Bristol, Glasgow, Scotland, Malaysia, and all parts of India.

  • Dakta Dub
    Dakta Dub

    Dakta Dub is a musician who has performed at Spinland Global Festival.

  • Dax J
    Dax J

    Dax J is a London born, Berlin based artist, known as a powerful DJ, producer and label boss. His trademark sound is on constant rotation from the biggest DJ's in electronic music today. His current and past productions have frequently earned Dax BBC Radio 1 airplay throughout the years, including his tracks being consistently featured in the BBC's Essential Mix episodes from DJs such as Dave Clarke, Tini and most notably in Ben Klock's award winning Essential Mix of the Year in 2015. He's released records on seminal labels including; Deeply Rooted House, Electric Deluxe, Soma, Fondation Sonore, EarToGround, Arts, and has been remixed by a collection of the Techno scenes' key players such as Shifted, Phase, Ryan Elliot, Truss, Jonas Kopp, Slam and Par Grindvik.

    Dax grew up listening to the UK sounds of Jungle, Drum n Bass and Garage. Being heavily influenced by Drum n Bass heroes like Goldie and Bad Company, his love for the underground meant he soon started to DJ on pirate radios at an early age of 15 whilst he was still at school. He became an avid vinyl collector buying from his local record store ''Black Market'' on a weekly basis, whilst at the same time producing and crafting his sound. His first vinyl releases would come in 2005 on old Jungle labels like Mickey Finn's ''Urban Takeover'' under alias ''Dangerous'' and his own imprint back then ''Xplicit Sound.'' Following on from this Dax went on to discover the sounds of Techno during one summer spent in Ibiza. From this point on his passion for cutting edge 4 by 4 beats took over but the old Jungle influences are still heard today in his DJ sets and productions.

  • DJ SA
    DJ SA

    Shiny happy faces, feet worn out from dancing and a whole legion of new fans few DJs can claim to deliver all 3 things every single time, but the man best known for reviving an entire genre of music in India DJ SA does just that! Catch him ruling a club in any city or commanding an audience at some of the biggest festivals around, and youll see it too. The countrys premier Hip
    Hop/Trap DJ, SA has redefined the genre for the urban Indian youth and made it relevant again, to a point where you cant talk
    about the scene without mentioning him. Thanks to his instinctive mixes, a keen ear for trends and a passion that runs through everything he does SA was voted India's best Hip Hop DJ at the inaugural VH1 MyFav Awards.

    Having played a key role in promoting Hip Hop/Trap music, his unbridled energy and sheer love for what he does has seen SA take charge of over a 100 packed gigs each year. 2013 saw him play NH7 Weekender, Pune to rave reviews and thats when
    things started changing for the man who cant sit still. Since then, SAs signature night UnCensored at blueFROG (Mumbai) along with numerous other gigs have seen him dig deep into his roots to get Hip Hop the attention it deserves.

    Along the way, hes opened for and played alongside the likes of legends Snoop Dogg, Akon, Sean Kingston, Macklemore, Skrillex, DJ Snake, Major Lazer, Charmillionaire among many more. Its not just about just playing gigs though, SA has also represented India at the Amsterdam Dance Event, ADE BEATS Hip Hop Panel an annual international platform for hip-hop, bass and beats with panellists like Hudson Mohawke, Frank Ocean's Grammy Award-winning producer Om'Mas Keith, U.S. hip-hop pioneer Kurtis Blow, Dirty Dutch-boss Chuckie and hip-hop legend DJ Jazzy Jeff.

    The extremely approachable and affable SA is as skilled in the kitchen as he is behind the console, which is why he won the local leg and then went on to compete against global heavyweights like Kolsch (Denmark), Eats Everything(UK), Ellen Allien (Germany) and Lauren Lo Sung (UK) at ADEs Global DJCook-Off in 2016. Turning up the heat everywhere he goes hes just getting started!

  • Donn Bhat and Passenger Revelator
    Donn Bhat and Passenger Revelator

    Donn Bhat is a Music Producer/Songwriter/Guitar player based out of Mumbai. A self-taught musician, he initiated his journey into music, during his early years in school. His band in college went on to win nationwide competition The Great India Rock (GIR) in 2003. Donn then toured with the band Orange Street- one of the few Indian bands playing original music.He played at different festivals in Sweden, Norway, Estonia and the UK as a guitar player/producer for them.

    After coming back from the tour is when he really found himself gravitating towards music production, songwriting and experimenting as an instrumentalist. He wrote/produced/recorded his first solo album One Way Circle in 2006 from his bedroom in Delhi.The album was an exercise in learning and discovering the freedom that technology brought about for an independent songwriter. This DIY effort led him to strengthen his belief and love for the music that isnt catering to commercial tastes or pandering to the flavor of the season.

    The album received a huge response and saw a quick appreciating reaction from reputed stalwarts in the independent music scene of India. The ongoing buzz about the album at the time led Donn to be featured as the BBC Artist of the month on The Bobby Friction show inMarch 2011 after which three of his tracks got featured on the MTV India series Bring On the Night in 2012.

    From 2011 to 2014 Donn collaborated with different musicians and genres to make what now is the band Donn Bhat + Passenger Revelator. His collaborations include Suhail Yusuf Khan on Sarangi, Malabika Brahmo - a Baul singer from Kolkatta(also a One beat Alumni) and Ashhar Farouqi (Toymob) a singer/poet and Anand Bhagat on Percussion. The culmination of this was the album Passenger Revelator in 2014.

  • MC Dynamite
    MC Dynamite

    Dynamite MC, aka Dominic Smith, grew up around the world Germany, Ireland, Brazil, Gloucester, Bristol and now London. One of the biggest names in the global MC world, he originally gained prominence in the jungle and drum and bass arenas, but has since also released highly enviable hip hop, breaks, garage and reggae material. Over the years, Dynamite has gone on to collaborate with a range of world class artists including Krafty Kuts, The Nextmen (Round of Applause, Blood & Fire), DJ Skitz, Sinden, Switch, Andy C, DJ Zinc, Missile, DJ Friction, and the Scratch Perverts.

    He started his MCing career on pirate radio station Krush FM, broadcasting in Gloucester, South West England during the early 1990s. After meeting the now legendary Roni Size in 1994 and MCing for the Full Cycle crew, the Bristol collective formed the live band Reprazent where Dynamite shared vocal duties with singer, Onallee. Their debut album New Forms won the Mercury Music Prize in 1997, and Dynamite's role was enhanced for Reprazent's second album, the hip-hop influenced In The Mode (2000).

  • Easy Wanderlings
    Easy Wanderlings

    Easy Wanderlings is a musical journal of their cherished memories about soulful conversations, escapades into the majestic wilderness, and of the feelings felt when spending quiet evenings at home.

    The journey began in mid-2015, and since then they have been creating an amalgamation of ambient pop, soul, and folk music. In August 2017, they launched their debut album, As Written in the Stars, globally on all major music platforms. The online music blog, A Humming Heart, ranked it at #5 on the list of Top 20 Indie Albums of 2017. The album also came in at #4 in the best-selling Indian independent music albums of 2017 based on data from OKListen.

    They have performed extensively across diverse spaces, from small intimate cafes, art galleries to Sofar Sessions, from venues like The Piano Man Jazz Club, big flea markets to major music festivals in India such as Bacardi NH7 Weekender in Pune.

  • Gabriel and Dresden
    Gabriel and Dresden

    The beginning of their story isn't much different from any other in the industry... Josh Gabriel was an aspiring producer at WMC handing out his first vinyl record, and Dave Dresden was scouting new music for Pete Tong's radio show. But what came from this chance encounter would change dance music forever, as unbeknownst to them their lucrative partnership would turn into one of the most accomplished acts of the decade, with seven IDMA award wins (including two for ''Best American DJ''),
    19 Billboard #1 Dance Chart hits, and a loyal fan following that would become their biggest inspiration. Though at the time they were industry leaders in their own right - with Josh's degree in music composition from California Institute of the Arts, engineering recording sessions at top LA studios and designing music software applications in Silicon Valley, while Dave got his 10,000 hours as a club DJ, radio programmer, A&R-man and journalist -- together they combined this expertise to became an unstoppable, tour de force in dance music.

    For over 14 years Gabriel & Dresden have ignored trends and instead chased meaning in their productions. The quintessential definition of what they've dubbed ''Emotional Dance Music,'' their candid and unreserved approach has spawned an expansive discography of timeless classics for their fans to revel in, including ''Tracking Treasure Down,'' ''As The Rush Comes'' (#11 UK Top40), ''Beautiful Things'' and ''Dangerous Power,'' as well as newer hits such as ''Tomorrow Comes'' and ''Rise Up'' from their
    Organized Nature label. Everybody from Britney Spears and Madonna to The Killers, Annie Lennox, Sarah McLachlan, Tisto, Armin van Buuren and Above & Beyond have sought them out for official remixes, while the likes of Entourage, Nip/Tuck and Rockstar Games have licensed their music to enhance their visual narratives. Their incredible contributions to music as a whole has both inspired and created fans out of many of today's biggest DJs and producers, and carved them a place in electronic
    dance music history. They entered the prestigious DJ Mag Top 100 poll in 2003 entering at #43, steadily climbing each year and peaking at #20 in 2006. It's not easy in this industry for songs to stand the test of time, but Gabriel & Dresden have consistently proven that they can create music that moves us in every way possible.

  • Ghastly

    Growing up on a goat farm in the desert of Arizona might not be considered the typical American upbringing for the next big DJ and producer, but then again Ghastly isnt your typical American artist. Many have described the genre bending musician as a partially insane young man with a dark sense of humor. Politely abominable and casually destructive, he wields the catch phrase born to die as a mantra to his chaotic lifestyle. His sets have been heralded as Energetic and eclectic live performances which are sometimes followed by odd speeches about the abnormalities of life, regretful sexual encounters, and well cooked food. With such a diverse personality and rapport for his fans, its clear that Ghastly has one thing on his mind, and that's to change the world.

    After entering the music scene and practicing his talents with touring metal bands such as The Irish Front, David Lee Crow finally found his calling with dance music, and it inspired him to pack up and head to Venice Beach, California to live out of his van and pursue a new career in bass-heavy music. It didnt take long for him to find his place in the scene, as Ghastly quickly claimed himself a position as Bassrush Resident DJ at Exchange LA, and has also secured a number of releases on chart-topping labels such as OWSLA, Buygore, and Dim Mak to name a few.

    Ghastly's approachable yet hard-hitting style ushers a forward-thinking dynamic that is not often seen in todays saturated scene, and his solo productions and collaborations present an unequivocal level of determination and finesse that fuses multiple styles together. Uniquely creating hybrid blends of house, trap, and dubstep into a pot-pourri of bass, the young producer definitively pushes the boundaries of the entire EDM scene today, and a handful of the industrys finest have recognized his potential including Skrillex, Diplo, Dillon Francis, Tchami, DJ Snake, Datsik, Borgore, Zomboy, and Zeds Dead. With slew of mentally-stimulating originals and physically-altering collaborations under his belt, such as his original Miami Connection with Jauz and single Crank It with Mija & Lil Jon, its safe to say that Ghastly is on a mission to redefine dance music for all


    Kunaal Gurbaxani aka GURBAX is definitely one of the freshest DJ/producers to watch out for in the Indian bass music scene. From metal- head to bass-head, his journey started in the city of Bengaluru where he played guitar in punk rock and thrash metal bands. Moving to Atlanta for college was like a blessing for him since it was there that he discovered his love for bass music. It really was an easy transition. They both encompassed his love for heavy music. However, he never really related to the metal culture of angst and destruction. With the bass scene, on the other hand, it was more than just the music. There was a sense of family in the underground culture of pure energy, love and happiness that really resonated with him and drew him in.

    Now, a self-taught DJ and Ableton-certified producer from the Dubspot School of Music Production in New York City, he has played shows in and around Atlanta and NYC including a recent performance at ADE (Amsterdam Dance Event) and is now looking to catalyze the bass music movement in India. In a short span of 3 years since moving back, he has managed to play in every corner of Indian sub-continent as well as share the stage with a range of well-reputed artists such as Steve Aoki, Marshmello, NGHTMRE, Slander, Troyboi, Herobust, David Satori (Beats Antique), Christina Novelli, Hang Massive, GANZ and GAUDI to name a few.

    He also successfully curated a fully crowdfunded music video + music and art festival called the 'Boom Shankar Festival' in Bengaluru on August 16th, 2015 which drew the attention of people across the country and globe. One of the incentives for contributing towards the crowdfunding campaign was an invite to the festival (where the live music video shoot was taking place) and get a chance to feature in the video. The festival had tie-ups with some major brands such as Kingfisher, Red Bull, Festival Sherpa, Bangin' Beats, Grapevine online, etc.

  • Krafty Kuts
    Krafty Kuts

    Renowned and respected worldwide for his highly technical turntablism, meticulously crafted DJ setsand party-punching productions, Krafty Kuts is in a league of his own. Having clocked in six million plays on soundcloud and withhis Golden Era Podcasts topping the iTunes charts in 26 countries and hitting 3 million downloads his place in the turn table hall of fame as firmly been cemented and was one of the reasons why Red Bull 3 Style asked him to be one of their judges alongside Jazzy Jeff, Invisible Skratch Pickles and Skratch Bastid.

    One of the key pioneers in the UK breakbeat and bass movement, Krafty Kuts has multiple awards tohis name and has released music on the likes of Ministry Of Sound, OWSLA,Southern Fried, DMC,Fabric and been asked to remix Dead Prez, Jurassic 5, JVC force. Eric B and Rakim and Fat Boy Slim to name a few. Continuously immersed in beat culture since forming his own b-boybreak dancing crew in the late 80s, Krafty Kuts has had his own record store chain, run labels, organised and scene creating events booking some of the biggest names in the business as well s booking the next generation of big name acts he has performed to crowds of 1000,000's alongside the biggest namesin music from the Rolling Stones to The Prodigy. Living, breathing and sleeping the funk withoutcompromise.

  • Kohra

    Kohra: (Urdu - Fog or mist) creates a spatial, mystical (sufiaana) and ethereal (nihayat latif asmaani) musical experience that is unbound (bay-had) by genres. Designed to explore a raw, futuristic and enigmatic style of dance music, Kohra aka Madhav Shorey harmonises a spectrum of sonic dimensions into an ever-expanding sphere of musical ideas. Versatile, hypnotic and forward-thinking, Kohra has played at many festivals and clubs across the world. Sharing stage with global pioneers such as Pete Tong, Deadmau5, Dubfire, Richie Hawtin, Adam Beyer, Josh Wink, Christian Smith and Oliver Huntemann amongst many others has helped him hone a unique sound that is all his, yet has the ability to please a varied range of audiences.


    LANDS (formerly Nicholson) is a Dream-Pop duo from Mumbai, India and is the brainchild of singer-songwriter Sohrab Nicholson and Producer/ multi-instrumentalist Rohan Ramanna. They launched their project in 2014 at the National Centre for performing Arts, and since have played to audiences both domestically and internationally, at venues and festivals such as the South Bank Centre in London, Glasgows Concert Halls, Nh7 Weekender, Magnetic Fields Festival, Ziro Festival of Music and the Great Escape Festival in the UK to name a few. Their music is an amalgamation of the similarities and disparities in their individual tastes. Heavily influenced by Jazz, Folk, Pop, Electronica, Soul, RnB, Hip-Hop, feature film scores, the environments and people around them, and not bound by genre, LANDS is currently finishing their first LP, Love and other Machinery, which should be out early 2018.

  • Lost Stories
    Lost Stories

    Lost Stories exploded onto the scene in 2009 with their hit track False Promises released on Tiestos Black Hole Recordings. They garnered the attention of artists like Armin Van Buuren who featured them on his ASOT show. Markus Schultz, Nadia Ali, Paul Oakenfold and many other artists took note featuring Lost Stories tracks in their sets and collaborating with them through their remix work. From that point on, Lost Stories established
    themselves as the leading dance music artists in India.

    Lost Stories continued to have a major impact on the worldwide and Indian dance music scenes, with frequent remixes and originals working with such artists as BT, Afrojack, Johan Gielen, Jan Johnston, and many others. In 2013, their album Music for the # Generation shot to #1 on the iTunes India chart and its singles were featured in high rotation on Vh1 India - being played 10 times a day. The videos also debuted on Vevo as they are one of the few artists in India who have a Vevo channel. The following year they again hit #1 on iTunes India with their highly touted remix Afrojack's single The Spark. Meanwhile, they continued to be Indias busiest DJs playing in clubs and festivals all over the country.

    After a short hiatus, Lost Stories reinvented themselves with a new sound and energy, debuting at Tomorrowland 2015 and going on a 15 city tour through Europe. In 2016, Lost Stories came roaring out of the gate, once again with an arsenal of hits getting 4 songs hitting #1 on the iTunes India chart with their remix of ''Alan Walker's Faded'' on Sony, ''One Republic - Wherever I Go and KIDS'' on Interscope, Poets of the Fall Carnival of Rust on Universal.

    The summer of 2016 will be a hot one, with releases forthcoming on Spinnin, and collaborations with several of Indias most iconic vocalists. Lost Stories continues to be Indias leading DJs, with gigs throughout the country. India is exploding with dance music excitement, and Lost Stories is leading the way.

  • DJ MoCity
    DJ MoCity

    DJ MoCity a.k.a. Mohammed Abood, founding member of India's own Reggae Rajahs, is back home again,packing a bag full of fresh beats and heavy bass lines! It's been 2 years since we last saw the global jetsetter, who's been hopping around all over the world with his cultural message from Malaysia, U.A.E., Turkey, Iraq and elsewhere. No doubt, MoCity was a key player in developing the currently blossoming Indian indie music scene, and the absence of this dynamo of cultural and social energy left a gaping hole that couldn't be filled by just anyone.

  • Mosko

    An eclectic mix of posh, groove-laden electronica and smooth acoustic jams. MOSKO is an avant-garde duo from Delhi comprising of Kavya Trehan and Moses Koul. They came together to form MOSKO just 10 odd days before their first ever performance at Rajasthan 2014 Music Festival that happens in the middle of the Khuri Dunes. And ever since then there has been no looking back for them.

    They derive influences from topics and subjects as diverse as Manga and anime to tea, independent drama and films. They provide an evocative cinematic experience with a hint of ballroom waltz, emotional subversion and copious amounts of noir.

    Kavya Trehan - Lead singer
    Moses Koul - Lead guitarist
    Abhinav Chaudhary - Bassist
    Suyash Gabriel Percussionist

    For any further information, you could visit the following links-
    1: https://www.facebook.com/moskodelhi
    2: https://twitter.com/MoskoDelhi

  • Nucleya

    A renowned Indian musician, Udyan Sagar, better known by his stage name Nucleya is a bass heavy electronics artist based in New Delhi. The co-founder of the Bandish Projekt in 1998 with fellow musician Mayur Narvekar. Having started his musical career by performing at various music gigs across the country, including at the Bacardi Weekender in 2011, he subsequently performed at music festival around the world including Glastonbury, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Lille 3000 and the Electron Festival.

    After leaving Bandish Projekt, Nuclyea ventured on his own and he started producing bass-heavy music. The musician who regularly featured on BBC Radio 1's playlist opened for David Guetta at the Eristoff Invasion Festival in 2012. The independent musician who ventured into films with the 2016 Bollywood film Kapoor & Sons won two nominations at the Mirchi Music Awards and Filmfare Awards for Critics' Choice Album of the Year and Best Music Album. The musician makes his debut as an actor in the documentary titled Ride to the Roots - Nucleya (2017) where he is playing himself. The documentary is based on the life and rise of this Indian musical phenomenon.

  • Ookay

    One of the most impressive young leaders of the American dance music scene, California-based Ookay (pronounced okay) exploded onto the scene when both his freshman and sophomore releases on Ultra Records charted in the top 10 on Beatport. Since then, hes shown no sign of slowing down, working with some of the greatest producers in electronic music while developing a signature style that weaves across genres, reflecting influences as varied as Borgore, Diplo, DJ Snake, Showtek, Deorro, TJR, Boaz Van de Beatz, Valentino Kahn, Waveracer, Cashmere Cat, Lindsay Lowend, Skrillex, Lido, and Wiwek while always returning to a hard-hitting trap beat.

    The producer and DJ has racked up credits and quickly made a name for himself with remixes of tracks like Congrorocks Bless Di Nation Ft. Sean Paul and Steve Aoki, Chris Lake & Tujamos Boneless. Ookay teamed up with iconic producer Diplo to remix Aviciis You Make Me, and his recent remix of Kanye by the Chainsmokers on Republic/Dim Mak Records layers his signature mix of dance music and hip-hop over fluttering pop vocals. His side project Coaster serves as an outlet for his love of alternative dance and house music, proving Ookay to be no one-trick trap pony.

    His much-anticipated spring single ''Bouncer,'' produced with the venerable Dutch duo Showtek, hit the top 3 Beatport overall chart after its March 2014 release and was a staple on summer festival stages across the country. Ookay has also quickly become known as a charismatic performer both on and off stage, appearing at venues like EDC Las Vegas, Electric Zoo, Red Rocks, and TomorrowWorld. His live shows are known for sleek transitions, sensitive song selections, and entertaining MCing from the booth. Hes also no slouch on Twitter, commenting on everything from the struggle to Shazam an unknown song to LAs Korean BBQ scene.

    Its no surprise that Ghost, out November 10 on Dim Mak Records, is one of the most exciting dance music releases of the fall. Promised to be a blend of listening tracks as well as club bangers, it fulfills that goal. Ghost is one of the too-rare records that will bring you from your morning commute, with the meditative Ghost and Matters, to 4 AM on the dance floor losing it to Egg Drop Soup.

    The Ghost Tour this fall and winter is sure to blow up dance floors across America, and truly solidify Ookays status as one of Americas premier young electronic artists. With support from such icons as Showtek and Diplo as well as Tiesto, Steve Aoki, Major Lazer, Borgore, Nervo, David Guetta, DJ Snake, Deorro, TJR, Krewella and more, it seems certain that Ookays star will only continue to rise.

  • Parekh and Singh
    Parekh and Singh

    Parekh & Singh are a pop duo from Kolkata, India. Nischay Parekh sings, plays guitar, keyboards and synths. Jivraj Singh plays drums, drum machines and effects. While Nischay has one foot in this world and the other in the realm of dreams, Jivraj is a student of math and logic and drawn to lifes darker recesses. Friends, enemies, neighbours and brothers - they wrestle, play table tennis, eat, think, argue, play chess and roam the streets. But, above all, they make music of whimsical, magical beauty and Ocean is their debut album

  • Paul Thomas
    Paul Thomas

    Paul's big break was landing a residency at Birmingham's God kitchen and their globally-syndicated Global Gathering festivals a decade back; a dream foundation for any aspiring DJ to build their career on. Take a look at the impressive and varied list of labels he's had track signed to: Spinnin Records, Steve Angellos SIZE Records, Toolroom Records, Doorn Records, Ultra, Gareth Emerys Garuda, Michael Woods Diffused...the list goes on and on. His golden remix touch has been requested for releases by legends like Basement Jaxx, Chicane, Underworld, Josh Wink, D Ramirez and Mark Knight, Deadmau5, Tiesto and Paul Oakenfold and he's collaborated with Mark Knight and Jerome Isma-Ae, and more recently, Andy Moor and Funkagenda. He's firmly established himself more recently as a leading name in the sphere of progressive and trance music across the globe, and the small matter of 9 separate Beatport genre Top 10 successes. His Ultraviolet track in Toolroom hit the No.1 spot in the Progressive Chart (as did other singles Tomorrow and Sunrise), and No. 5 on the overall sales chart, while remixes and collaborations with Funkagenda, Andy Moor, Tiesto and Paul Oakenfold are on the way.

  • Pentagram

    Randolph, Shiraz, Papal and Vishal came together in 1994, with a strong need to play individual, original, unique music. This was as much a reaction to the stagnating Indian Rock scene, populated by bands mostly playing cover music, as it was a primal instinct. They did the rounds of college festivals, almost immediately becoming well known and popular, by winning three major rock competitions at the Kanpur, Delhi and Bombay IITs. They signed a record deal and put out their first album (We Are Not Listening) in 1996. It was listed by Rhythm House (India's premier record store) as the fastest selling rock album. They released two videos ('The Ignorant 1 and 'Yoo') which were frequently played by all the music

    Pentagram was MTV India's 'Artist of the Month' in 1997. They also won the Channel V awards for Best Live Band and Best Indian Band in 1997 & 1998. They were featured on Channel V's Big Gig show, a showcase of an hour-long live performance.

    They played gigs in Seychelles and all across Indian Campuses while figuring out their sound. When they put out their second album (Up, 2002), their audiences were taken by surprise. The alternative rock band they had known had added a huge electronic edge to their sound. Pentagram has always maintained that the new sound came out of a burning need to find a way to break free and uniquely represent their emotions, feelings and surroundings through music.

    During the Kargil war, Pentagram recorded and released India's first exclusive-to internet song, The Price of Bullets, which featured famous poet Javed Akhtar and popular Indian Classical artist Shankar Mahadevan. The video, directed by Farhan Akhtar, one of India's most successful young filmmakers, was blacked out by channels across the board for being 'too politically loaded. It was added as a bonus track on their second album Up.

    They became the first Indian Band to top Asian mp3.com charts with six songs going to No. 1 for over two weeks each. ('Drive', 'Strange', 'Think of Me, 'Don't Care', 'Is there a Light?', 'The Price of Bullets' all featured on Up). Their single, 'Think of Me', went to no. 5 in the world on Billboard's talent hunt site. Up was later released and published by their self-owned music label, Pentagrammusic, produced and distributed by Sony Music (India). It went on to become one of India's highest selling rock albums with more than 15,000 copies sold. A string of awards followed including Best Live Act at the June Rock Out awards in 2003 and winning the readers poll for 'Best Indian Band' by Rock Street Journal twice. Their new edge brought them international recognition, in that the doors of several festivals were flung open to them. They headlined the Sundance Music Festival in Estonia in 2003, a first for any Indian band. They were also invited to and played at the Glastonbury Music Festival in 2005. This was a real high point, as they not only became the first Indian Act to play there but also became aware of the real possibilities of their music. They were able to share the stage with contemporary giants like Coldplay, Chemical Brothers, Tori Amos, Fat Boy Slim, and White Stripes. Seeing how they stood up to huge acts and how positive the audiences were, knee-jerked Pentagram into producing their third album Its OK, Its All Good released by Counter Culture Records in March 2007 and was very well received. The album spent 6 weeks on Planet Ms national sales charts peaking at no. 3, again a first for any Indian rock band. The first single off this album Voice won the Song Of The Year at the recent Jack Daniels Annual Indian Rock Awards. The same night Vishal was awarded Vocalist Of The Year.

    The band has documented parts of the writing, recording and performing of Bloodywood through PentaTV, their very own online show. Produced by Babble Fish Productions, PentaTV, is the first venture of its kind for an Indian band. You can find the same on www.youtube.com/pentatvindia.

    In March 2011, Pentagram released their fourth album, BLOODYWOOD. This 14 track album ranges from the intensely personal (Nocturne, Human Failings, I Get You, This Could Get Ugly, In My Head), to the fun, jump around-vibe (Lovedrug Climb down, Mental Zero, Nutter), to the socially relevant (Must I, Tomorrows Decided, Identify). This is an album that is both back-to-basics and extremely edgy.

    Bloodywood represents all the non-mainstream artistic expression thats silently bringing about a cultural revolution and changing the way India is seen and heard across the globe. It is the unique voice of urban India, which is raring to break the bounds of the conventional concept of India known across the world. As a people, were only just starting to develop our own, unique, indigenous urban edge. That edge is Bloodywood. Its razor sharp, its fiercely innovative and its beautiful.
    The band has shot 3 videos for the album, namely Lovedrug Climbdown (animated and edited by Sameer Kulavoor), Tomorrows Decided (Directed by Ravi Jadhav) and Nocturne (Directed by Shiraz Bhattacharya).

  • Plini

    PLINI is an independent solo artist from Sydney, Australia. He composes, plays guitar, records, produces and manages his unique brand of instrumental progressive rock all from a bedroom studio. STEVE VAI described his critically-acclaimed debut album HANDMADE CITIES as one of the finest, forward-thinking, melodic, rhythmically and harmonically deep, the evolution of rock/metal instrumental guitar records I have ever heard. PLINI was named #8 in Ultimate-Guitars top 12 guitarists of 2015 and listed amongst MusicRadars 10 best prog guitarists in the world right now in 2016.

    In addition to his own catalogue (an album, a trilogy of EPs and numerous singles), PLINI has recorded guest solos for artists from all over the world, including SKYHARBOR (India), INTERVALS (Canada), NOVELISTS (France), DAVID MAXIM MICIC (Serbia), MODERN DAY BABYLON (Czech Republic) and more. He has also released two singles for charity, KO KI (2014) and EVERY PIECE MATTERS (2016), raising over $10,000 for providing shelter and sustainable housing for communities in poverty in Cambodia.

    In a short time since 2015, PLINI has already shared stages all over the world with artists like CYNIC, TESSERACT, BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME and more. He also has a signature guitar with Strandberg Guitars, and endorsement deals with Yahama Music, Dunlop, DAddario and Fractal Audio.

    After a successful burst of sold-out Australian shows in 2015, PLINI was invited to support a couple of the instrumental genres biggest artists ANIMALS AS LEADERS and INTERVALS for more than a hundred different club and festival shows throughout North America and Europe in 2016.

    Capitalising on the fast growth from these tours and the critical acclaim for his debut album, 2017 saw PLINI embark on highly successful headline tours of Europe, the UK, North America and Australia. These tours included dozens of sold out shows and performances at some of the worlds iconic small venues, including the Roxy Theatre in Los Angeles, The Borderline in London and the Basement in Sydney.

  • Reggae Rajahs
    Reggae Rajahs

    Reggae Rajahs are India's first reggae sound system. Known for their energetic live performances, they are reggae entertainers and promoters based out of New Delhi. Formed in 2009, they have dedicated themselves to spreading the sounds of dub, reggae and dancehall music across India. They frequently perform at clubs and live venues all over the country and have also performed at many festivals including Sunburn Festival (Goa), SulaFest (Nashik) and Ragasthan (Jaisalmer). They host and curate their own stage at the NH7 Weekender Festival called the 'Dubstation' which has introduced thousands of people to dub-based sounds over the last three years. The last year saw Reggae Rajahs make their second appearance on the European tour circuit, performing at major festivals such as Rototom Sunsplash (Spain), Sziget Festival (Hungary), Outlook Festival (Croatia), Uprising Reggae Festival (Slovakia) and Ostroda Reggae Festival (Poland). This past year also marked the beginning of Reggae Rajahs as a truly international sound with DJ MoCity representing the crew in Dubai, BeLights in Malta and Diggy Dang, General Zooz and Ziggy B holding it down in New Delhi. In January 2013, Reggae Rajahs were chosen as the opening act for Snoop Dogg aka Snoop Lion in New Delhi. They have also shared the stage with a number of established international artists such as Dub Inc. (France), Million Stylez (Sweden), Ziggi Recado (Holland), Tippa Irie, Apache Indian, Mr. Williamz, Brother Culture, Soom T, Deadly Hunta, Mungo's HI Fi (all UK), Supa Bassie and Sargento Garcia (Spain), Dreadsquad (Poland) and Subatomic Sound (USA).

  • Seven Lions
    Seven Lions

    Producer Seven Lions has never had a problem breaking rules and transcending musical boundaries to satisfy his creative vision. Catching his break after winning a Beatport remix contest in 2012 with his dubstep-focused version of Above & Beyonds You Got to Go, Seven Lions, born Jeff Montalvo, garnered early support from the likes of Skrillex and his OWSLA label. 2013 tour dates with Porter Robinson and Krewella pushed Montalvo and his genre-bending production style to the forefront of the modern electronic music scene.

    Putting sheer technical production prowess to work in soulful, deep, hybridized creations all distinctly his own, the multi-talented musician is single-handedly changing the sonic landscape for future generations to come by bridging the gap between the soaring, ethereal vibe of trance and intensely adrenalizing bass music. His productions have seen stages at world-renowned festivals such as Ultra Music Festival, Electric Daisy Carnival (New York and Las Vegas), Electric Forrest, Electric Zoo, South by Southwest, and HARD.

    After several successful releases under the OWSLA label (his debut EP, Days to Come, reached #2 on the iTunes Dance charts), Montalvo released his highly anticipated 2014 follow-up EP, Worlds Apart, on Republic Records dance imprint Casablanca. Containing several notable features which include Ellie Goulding and Tove Lo, Worlds Apart debuted at #1 on the iTunes Dance charts, and the title track was also featured in Billboards Top 10 Electronic/Dance Songs of 2014 list. The EP also featured the smash hit and canonical dance track Strangers, featuring superstar vocalist Tove Lo. Strangers was a definitive track in what was perhaps the peak of American electronic dance music, and solidified Seven Lions as one of the scenes premier artists.

    In 2015, Seven Lions began releasing music in EP formats, devoting each EP to a cohesive idea and world found within the Seven Lions universe. 2015s The Throes of Winter hints at a larger seasonal theme, to be continued through to his future releases. When asked about the spark for this vision, he explains, ''Since artists aren't releasing proper albums anymore, it makes sense to create something that's digitally artistic with real cohesion as opposed to tossing out singles and just haphazardly seeing what sticks I wanted to start making the music more thematic, interesting, and part of something larger.

    Bucking more trends and breaking from convention, his 2016 Creation EP [Casablanca Records] followed a different path for his latest body of work. This time, songwriting really took place on guitar, he explains. There are more acoustic elements in the songs, and that ties it together. I wanted to get a little more experimental. I didnt worry if something was going to be a big banger on the dancefloor or not. I just made what felt right at the time. Ultimately, Seven Lions continues challenging himself and musical genres. I want to do something different, he concludes. Everything doesnt have to fit into just one genre. I want people to walk away loving different kinds of music and sounds.

    This year saw Seven Lions once more travel across the country on his There and Back Again club-focused tour, in addition to hallmark festival appearances at Tomorrowland, EDC Las Vegas, Life in Color, EDC Japan, Middlelands, Electric Zoo, and Paradiso, amongst others. This summer the sound-sculptor unveiled his highly-anticipated Where I Won't Be Found EP as well, continuing his always growing world, identified via these annual EP projects. The eight-track offering is a wondrous journey from start to. From the heavily streamed and critically praised Freesol, to the energetic future bass collaboration Rescue Me with scene upstart Unlike Pluto, Where I won't Be Found reminds fans of what made Seven Lions who he is today - a singular talent in electronic music, and a producer who has always forged his own lane.

    In support of the EP and the year as a whole, Seven Lions will wrap up 2017 with a 20 date North American headlining tour with Tritonal (and Kill The Noise as support). Playing some of Americas largest theatres, the Horizon Tour hits LA (2 nights at the iconic Palladium), NYC (Brooklyns Hangar), Boston, Philadelphia, San Francisco (Bill Graham), Toronto, and many other key locales.

  • Sound Avtar
    Sound Avtar

    Voted Best Drum and Bass/Dubstep Dj/Producer by MYFAV Awards for the year 2012-13, Piyush Bhatnagar aka Sound Avtar is an explosive force from the country's burgeoning Dance music scene. Hailing from Jaipur and based in Mumbai at the moment, Sound Avtar uses cutting edge music production techniques, creativity and innovation and concocts tunes so monstrous that it's hard not to take note of this young producer's earth rattling productions and Live sets. His tracks 'Scattered Light Tunnel', 'Cursed', 'Alarm Symphony' and 'Under the Light' have charted as high as Top 30 on the Beatport Glitch Hop and Dubstep Charts as well as have been featured under ''Beatport Must Hear Dubstep tracks'' indicates that his blend of diverse drum patterns, heavy bass drops and non- conventional melodies is here to reach out and map the globe with his music.

    A regular performer around the Indian club circuit, Sound Avtar has been playing all around the country at various clubs in addition is to his infamous appearances at the Bass heavy stages of Indias 2 most eclectic festivals NH7 Weekender & Sunburn. Supporting bass heavy weights Skream & Benga, Dj Fresh, Flux Pavilion in recent history further cements his reputation of being the key bass ambassador of the country.

    Sound Avtars talent has further been recognized by brands like Beatport to feature his track '1
    Up' & 'Monster on a Rope' on their 'MASHBOX App'. Closer home, Sound Avtar was recently commissioned to remix one of the tracks from the OST of a Bollywood Movie - Gangs of Wasseypur 2 which further cements the versatility and popularity of this young Indian producer who is a force to be reckoned with in the future.

  • Soulmate

    Soulmate is a Shillong based blues band, which came together in February 2003 playing their first concert at the Roots Festival' at the Water Sports Complex in Umiam. Since then the band has performed many concerts all over The Northeast as well as in different parts of India, Southeast Asia, Europe, The Middle East and The United States.

    Soulmate gained nationwide recognition and popularity within jazz and blues circles in India after they became the only blues band to represent the country at the 23rd International Blues Challenge organized by The Blues Foundation of America, in Memphis, Tennessee, USA, in February 2007 and 2010. They were semi-finalists and performed at the Rum Boogie Caf (Blues Club of The Year, 2007) and Ground Zero(2010) alongside 150 other bands and musicians from all over the world.

  • Su Real
    Su Real

    Su Real is changing the face of bass music in India, one drop at a time. Possessing a rare talent to both appease the crowd with contemporary club hits as well as get them moving to underground sounds, Su Real harnesses a wealth of experience to deliver dance parties that are both physical and mental workouts. Returning to India in 2008 after a decade as a musician, DJ, radio host and PR specialist in New York and Montreal, Su Real has been working tirelessly to push the limits of India's dance music and nightlife scene. Su Real first gained notoriety in 2010 by founding Disco 31, the weekly dance party at T.L.R. that lit up Delhi's Hauz Khas Village long before it became the destination of choice for party kids from all over India. By 2013, Rolling Stone India declared ''Su Real is the legendary secret ingredient to some of Delhi's recent favorite underground sets/ parties/ combinations thereof.''

  • SickFlip

    SickFlip is an electronica solo of Sarvesh Shrivastava - a music composer, producer and performer based in Mumbai, India. Musically, SickFlip has an indefinable mix of calm/ serene/melodic vibes and atmospheres to contrasting bass-heavy / chest rattling festival smashers. The stark contrast as a mix of these sounds gives the Flipside its resonance. Just in a span of a few years from his emergence, SickFlip belted out worldwide digital releases on record labels like High Chai Records (US), Rub A Duck recordings (Netherlands), Plain Dope records (UK) and; Sony Music (India).

    The past year also saw him amalgamate travel and music into an elaborate conceptual audio-visual showcase called The Ladakh Project which was critically acclaimed. Most recently having performed at India's most essential electronic music festivals like Sunburn Festival, VH1 Supersonic, Enchanted Valley Carnival & NH7 Weekender, he is ready to unleash many collaborations and music in the nearer future.

  • Tarqeeb

    Tarqeeb is a popular stage artist and has performed at many events and concerts like Tribal Flora + Tarqeeb

  • The Circus
    The Circus

    The circus is a Delhi-based alternative rock band that has performed at numerous rock festivals in India. The band comprises of Arsh Sharma on guitars and vocals, Abhinav Chaudhary (bass), Abhishek Bhatia (vocals) and Anshul Lall (drums). They have released two albums, From Space and Bats and an EP called Sheep.

  • The Mouse Outfit
    The Mouse Outfit

    The Mouse Outfit are a production team and 8 piece hip hop band centered around core members Chini and Defty. They are currently touring with Dr Syntax, Ellis Meade+ Dubbul O for the Winter 2017 Tour. They are recording their 3rd album with many other artists including IAMDDB.
    Their debut album 'Escape Music' was released on 20th May 2013. This won Wordplay Magazine's hip hop album of the year in 2013 + was included in ABC News' top 50 albums of 2013. They have toured extensively throughout the UK and Europe and are planning a new tour in 2018 for the release of their 3rd album.

  • The Ska Vengers
    The Ska Vengers

    The Ska Vengers is a band based in New Delhi, who specialize in dub, punk, jazz and rap music. The band comprises of Begum X (vocals), Delhi Sultanate (vocals), Stefan 'Flexi' Kaye (organ/percussion), Raghav 'Diggy' Dang (guitar), Tony 'Bass' (bass), Nikhil Vasudevan (drums) and Shirish Malhotra (tenor saxophone). Various members have either won or been nominated for Jack Daniels Rock Awards in keyboards, bass, drums and vocals categories for their work with the band. They add their unique take on songs and take inspiration from artist such as Lee Scratch Perry, Betty Harris and Marcia Griffiths. Following the release of their first song 'Rude Boy Skank' on the Stupid Ditties IV compilation album in October 2010, the band appeared at several gigs at Ska! Ska! Ska! evenings at Q'BA alongwith Rie Ona (sax) and Yohej Sato (trombone). One of their first gigs was a storming set in Delhi with banghramuffin legend Apache Indian. They also performed at Justice on Trial event at Alliance Francaise.
    Their sound is an organic melange of Ska, Rocksteady, Reggae, Dub, Jazz and Punk with some Cuban and other Latin influences thrown in.

  • Truncate

    After being introduced to electronic music back in the early 90's in Los Angeles, a teenage David Flores was hooked. He started DJing across Southern California on the DIY warehouses, desert, and rave circuit. His style then was as varied as the local scene - a myriad of sounds ranging from house to acid to techno to hardcore. After a few years solely DJing, he began releasing original music under the moniker
    Audio Injection, which landed on labels such as Monoid, Stimulus, 4 Track & LA label Droid Recordings. His association with Droid Behavior began in 2003 and continues today as resident at the infamous and internationally acclaimed Interface event series alongside Drumcell and Raiz.

    In early 2011, he started the project Truncate to focus on the deeper, raw side of techno. His Truncate releases have been gain critical acclaim from world class underground talent such as Modeselektor, Ben Klock, Marcel Dettmann, Chris Liebing, Speedy J, DVS1, Luke Slater, Ben Sims, Josh Wink, Eats Everything, Joris Voorn, and many more. Since then, he has provided remixes for artists across the musical spectrum
    including Kink! for Pets Recordings, Slam for Soma, Trusme for Prime Numbers, and Josh Wink for Boyznoise. He has also released original tracks on 50 Weapons and on Ultramajic as a collaboration with Jimmy Edgar, with upcoming works due on Blueprint Recordings and of course Truncate.

    A rigorous international tour schedule has followed, including included stops at the most prestigious venues and events, including Berghain in Berlin, Fabric in London, Concrete in Paris, The Movement Festival in Detroit, Womb in Tokyo, Dimensions Festival in Croatia, Awakenings in Amsterdam and Output in New York. With his heavy remix, production and touring schedule there is still no slowing down for David. He continues to shape an evolving sound and to champion the Los Angeles underground.

  • DJ Vachan Chinnappa
    DJ Vachan Chinnappa

    Playing a collection of tapes at small venues in a small town doesn't sound like a career plan, but that was how Vachan Chinnappa's musical career first began, then morphed into a full-time profession. In the 13 years spent spinning records, he has held court at some of the country's best clubs and happily, provided the aural memories to many, many celebrations.

  • Your Chin
    Your Chin

    Your Chin is the solo project of Raxit Tewari, who is also the front man of Mumbai based indie band Sky Rabbit. Your Chin began with Raxit's love for bringing varied sounds together into a great composition. Your Chin has been building a buzz in the Indian indie scene since releasing his first self-titled EP mid-2012. The EP won the support of the scene's dedicated fan base as well as rave reviews by music journalists.
    Your Chin released his second EP, Scatter Nature at the start of 2014 and embarked on a tour to support it in the following months. Scatter Nature was a gradual progression of his sound and made more people sit up and take notice. It was more layered and handled themes darker and more mature than the first one.
    Your Chin won the 'Song of the Year' award at The VH1 Soundnation Awards. He has opened for Grammy winner Gotye at the Oz Fest, New Delhi.
    He has also performed at various festivals including NH7 Weekender, Magnetic Fields, Ziro Festival of Music, India Bike Week apart from also being a regular at live gig venues across the country.

  • Zaeden

    Progressive Brothers will be spinning some foot tapping numbers at the Koolest Party in Hyderabad. These India based DJ/Producers Sunny and Karan better known as Progressive Brothers are one of the most promising stars signed on DJ Tiestos founded Black Hole Recordings where they have released most of their tracks & official remixes & received immense support from India & Abroad. Finest & most energetic EDM DJ Duo, these two dance music heavyweights are ready to take on the world.

    Be there to witness the world cup finale on the big screen with the Kool 104 Team on 15th July, 2018 7PM on Rendevouz, Hyderabad.

  • Hypnotic Brass Ensemble
    Hypnotic Brass Ensemble

    The Hypnotic Brass Ensemble is a family band consisting of 7 blood brothers trained in musical instrumentation since the tender ages of 4 & 5 by their father, jazz trumpeter/bandleader Kelan Phil Cohran (EARTH, WIND, &
    FIRE. CHAKA KHAN. SUN RA) who subsequently formed the PHIL COHRAN YOUTH ENSEMBLE (1990) composed
    by his children who had become proficient in their musical presentation. The family toured the United States performing the complex original written jazz compositions of Cohran and other greats such as Duke Ellington, Count Basie, even classical Bach & Beethoven. Although the groups early musical training encompassed primarily elements of instrumental performance, the brothers were personally being exposed to the music of their own generation (hip-hop, rock, reggae to name a few) and absorbed these components into the cosmic jazz style of their father. By 1999, the band of brothers discontinued playing with dad in order to find their own sound and started going by the name of HYPNOTIC BRASS ENSEMBLE.

    In 2001 HBE independently cut and released their first LP ''Satin'' (for which they received an American Authors Award). Using street performances as a way to broaden their audience and hone their famed & distinctive sound, they enjoyed grass root success garnering over 50,000 sales nationwide. Around this time, Island DEF JAM
    offered Hypnotic Brass a feature collaboration with renowned producer NO ID (mentor to Kanye West) & GHOSTFACE KILLAH (Metal Lungees: Pretty Toney album 2003) as well as an accompanying artist /in-house band recording contract. Deciding to hold out for something better, HBE turned down the Def Jam agreement and moved to New York City following the release of their second LP Jupiter which caught the ear of BLUR lead DAMON ALBARN resulting in UK distribution by his imprint Honest Jons. By now the brothers musical
    style had blossomed and come into its own as mentioned in the Lily Koppel NEW YORK TIMES article covering the bands indie success, but the groups sound was best put by FADER magazines Edwin Stats a huge brass bridge of hypnotic polyphony connecting the cosmic jazz of Sun Ras Arkestra with the urgency of hip-hop and the sweeping emotional scale of a Curtis Mayfield blaxploitation opus. Shortly after, HBEs live show was
    caught by hip-hop emcee/actor Mos Def and the brothers joined him onstage and began touring as the MOS DEF BIG BAND (including Robert Glasper, Chris Dave, Casey Benjamin) gracing stages from JAZZ STAGE at LINCOLN CENTER to SHEPHERDS BUSH in London.

    At the same time, Hypnotic Brass Ensemble itself inked an outfitting deal with Dutch denim giant GSTAR RAW and began their foray into international touring with a Europe trip featuring headlining performances at NORTH SEA JAZZfest, BREAD & BUTTER BARCELONA, and the GOOD THE BAD THE QUEEN Victoria Park. Scheduling conlicts led to the eventual the disintegration of the MOS DEF BIG BAND but the band performed several shows since with Mos Def (YASIIN BEY) on vocals front-stage. By 2008 Hypnotic Brass had performed their original tunes in every corner of the world to audiences as big as 110,000 (GLASTONBURY. ROSKILDE) and premiere music venues around the world (RONNIE SCOTTS LONDON. SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE. CARNEGIE HALL NYC), all accomplished by their self-manned staff and clever partnerships. HBE took a trip to Africa (LAGOS) with Damon Albarn & Africa
    Express and the result was a full LP recorded upon return to London and released under UK Honest Jons in 2009 (which later featured a song WAR on blockbuster movie HUNGER GAMES), HBE signed on with THE AGENCY GROUP and set out to blow away audiences at WOMAD AU: BIG CHILL: NOVARRA JAZZ: BERMUDA JAZZ FEST: PERCPAN in Brazil: POHODA in the Czech Republic: COACHELLA: & many others.

    The brothers were living in London when they recorded the GORILLAZ record with D.Albarn WELCOME TO PLASTIC BEACH and joined the Plastic Beach 2010 world tour upon its release performing alongside BOBBY WOMACK: MICK JONES from the CLASH: DE LA SOUL: & SNOOP DOGG. Hypnotic Brass Ensemble gave their signature dose of hard brass to every audience on the 4-month international tour and earned a spot backing up PRINCE at the NEW POWER GENERATION FEST in Denmark the next year, coming personally requested by THE ARTIST himself. Since then HBE has grown into an even newer sound with their latest efforts BulletProof Brass & FLY released by their very own imprint PHEELCO ENTERTAINMENT.

    They are now gearing up to release a new instalment entitled Bad Boys Of Jazz ...

  • AWKS

    AWKS (As we keep searching) has been turning heads and perking up ears over the world for a while now, spreading a message of positivity and good times in a way only they can, while keeping their feet planted firmly on the ground. Hailing from sunny Ahmedabad, Gujarat, formed in 2013, the outfit comprises of vocalist/guitarist Uddipan Sarmah, guitarist/keyboardist Shubham Gurung, bassist Bob Alex and drummer Gautam Deb.

    2015, the year of the launch of AWKS 's first full-length release titled 'Khwaab', was the start of a change in Indian independent music. Intriguing and enamouring all that they touch with their sound, the band has joined ranks amongst the most sought-after acts in the country. Their music is an aural painting, cathartic and unbiased, vividly colourful and infinitely kind. From the first bar of the music till the curtain drops, it is apparent that the four members, fuelled by idealism and the drive to build something beautiful, are set out to move mountains.

    The quartet brought us Khwaab, and Khwaab brought them Zia. The newest album, Zia was conceived over the following year the band spent touring and promoting Khwaab, and it is the culmination of their shared experiences the wonderful, the bittersweet, the hell and high water has been funnelled into the eleven track album. The album also sees the use of instruments like the Violin, Viola, Cello, Sitar and the Tabla, having collaborated with like-minded artists on some songs, who've added their own unique colour to the band's soundscape.

    AWKS have a plethora of memorable highlights, having performed at notable music festivals, some of which include all three editions of the NH7 Weekender 2016, Ctrl Alt Del, Into the Void, Indie March, and many more; sharing the stage with the likes of Steven Wilson, 65daysofstatic, Tides From Nebula, Blackstratblues, Karsh Kale, I am waiting for you last Summer, and many more. The most engaging experience was the launch tour for 'Khwaab'. Right after the album came out under the Russian record Label 'Flowers Blossom In The Space', the band went on a 5 city tour in Russia performing in venues like the St. Petersburg Opera House and the Red Concert Hall in Moscow, immediately followed by a 6 city tour in India.

  • Browncoat

    Browncoat is Nawed Khans alter-ego by which he produces and plays away from his mainstream signature sound. The sounds are gravitating more towards the underground and deeper realms of dance music. His first production as Browncoat is signed to the elite Extra Dry Records UK and is slated for a worldwide release in October along with featuring in a massive Amsterdam Dance Event compilation by the label boss.

    Highly influenced by the likes of Cirez D, Hot Since 82, Betoko, Dosem, Solomun and Booka Shade, his productions feature driving basslines and infectious hooks while maintaining the earthy analogue soundscapes that make it more dancefloor appealing.

    Being one of the known names in the Indian Dance music scene with massive commercial success, Browncoat was the way forward for Nawed Khan to introduce his fans to his love for a different style of music in comparison to what he's been known for. Backed by over 15 years of experience as a DJ - Browncoat resonates the futuristic sounds from this side of the continent.

  • Calm Chor
    Calm Chor

    Very few have been as closely associated with Indias dance music scene as Ashvin Mani Sharma aka Calm Chor has. Ashvins 17-year long career has seen him storm dancefloors around the globe, from Paradiso in Amsterdam to Blue Frog in Mumbai, first with Jalebee Cartel, and after that under his solo techno avatar Calm Chor.

    In the year 2013, Ashvin co-founded Soupherb records, along with his friend and fellow artist/DJ Ash Roy. In a span of 2, Soupherb records have built a reputation to be Indias finest underground dance music record label. Ashvin is constantly touring India, owing to his distinct sound and enthralling sets. Every summer he tours Germany extensively for over 2 months (for 6 years now), playing at some of the best festivals and clubs in the country.

    2014 saw him visit the USA for the first time, where he got an opportunity to perform at the prestigious Burning Man festival.
    Feb 2015 saw Calm Chor release his massive 8-track EP Dancefloor Sci-Fi, displaying his unique style in full force, on homegrown label Soupherb records. The EP went on to grab multiple spots on various charts on the worlds biggest online music portal, Beatport. It climbed to the #2 spot on the worldwide minimal charts and claimed that spot for a few days, staying in the top 10 for nearly 3 weeks, and even hit the Beatport overall Top 100 releases and stayed there for a long period of time.

    2016 saw Calm Chor release two massive EPs on Ukranian labels extraordinaire Lethal Dose Recordings and Plunk that climbed various charts on Beatport and catapulted his global popularity.
    2017 saw Calm Chor releasing a solo ep on Maksim dark's label Shinocs Music which hit the release charts and went up to 82 on the release charts. He was also part of the Tour de Traum XIII compilation and a compilation on Digital Structures. His most popular EP this year was on Creepy Finger Records called Creepy Groove which climbed to #13 spending 2 weeks on the Minimal release charts and the title track Creepy Groove went on the Minimal singles chart to #67.

    This year also sees the development of Calm Chor's Hybrid DJ/Live set as part of his repertoire.

  • Dossers Urge
    Dossers Urge

    Dossers Urge is known for their electrifying shows & stage presence. Formed in 2011 by David & Gideon, it was later joined by Romeo, youngest of the three brothers. After bagging a winning slot they headed to Converse Rubber Tracks Studio in Brooklyn, NY USA to record an album Honest Rage followed by a five-city tour across India playing festivals/live venues such as Bacardi Nh7 Weekender, Indi earth Exchange, Anti-Social, The Humming Tree.

    The album is well received by followers, online music bloggers & critics as well. Both brothers have been jamming ever since they got introduced to Green Day & Blink182 by a friend. Led Zeppelin & Black Sabbath got stuck as an inspiration. ''The Roots remain but our sound keeps on evolving. At the core, they are Psychedelic/Punk/Pop/Blues/Heavy/garage/Math/Noise rock band. The band Enjoys delivering a good time to the audience with their set which comprises of Nostalgic heavy distorted Guitar/Bass & Drums.

    During the last decade in the music industry, he has had the pleasure of working with many leading artists including Bono, Marky Ramone, Grandmaster Flash, Matt and Kim, The Roots, Mark Foster, and The Hold Steady. He has also worked with brands like Converse, FADER, Cornerstone Agency, Downtown Music Records, Red Hot, Native Instruments, MTV, Sony and Atlantic Records

  • Enrico Sanguiliano
    Enrico Sanguiliano

    Enrico Sangiuliano is a Producer, Performer & Sound Designer born in Reggio Emilia, Italy. Since he was a child, his desire to create noises and sounds from everyday objects was very apparent, with him using all sort of objects which delivered something new and interesting, from pans and pots in the kitchen to the wooden benches in the park.

    In his teenage years, he turned his attention to technology and started to learn how to make music on his computer at home in the 90s. During this time, he started to head to many of the illegal rave parties in Northern Italy as a partygoer, but when a friend listened to one of Enricos sets, he swiftly introduced him to one of the main party organisers where after 10 minutes of listening to him play, they simply said Youre In!.

    From that moment, Enrico spent 10 years playing all over Italy, from small intimate venues to big outdoor raves. Many of his tracks during this period, became party anthems for all fans those who regularly attended every event, and to this day, they are still all unreleased.

    Since 2009, his productions have been signed to a wide variety of world-leading labels including Truesoul, Herzblut, Gem Records, Octopus Recordings and Rhythm Converted. But his international recognition came in August 2015 with his remix of DJ Boriss Can You Hear Me on Alleanza. The track held onto the #1 position on Beatport for 14 weeks, along with featuring in the Beatport overall chart for 5 weeks. The track holds the title of the highest selling track on Beatport of 2015 and was nominated for the IDMA Awards in the Best Techno / Tech-House Track of 2015 category.

    After this success, big things were expected from the Italian producer, and he didn't disappoint. His EP X-Pollination released in March 2016 on Unrilis smashed into the charts to sit at #1 for over 2 months and held onto the #1 position overall of Beatport.

    Leaving his name firmly on the techno radar, and with his previous productions on Truesoul over the years, a release on Drumcode seemed a natural progression for Enrico and this came in the form of Turbulence in 2015, followed by Start Of Madness in 2016 and most recently his record-breaking EP Moon Rocks released in August 2016 where all 4 tracks featured in Beatport's Techno Top10, with the lead track taking #1 for over 6 weeks. Two months after its release date, 3 of the tracks still remain in the Top10.

    His remix collaborations have been with a selection of the best in the industry including Mark Reeve, Mauro Picotto, Secret Cinema, Paride Saraceni, Armand Van Helden and Dusty Kid. Not forgetting to mention his upcoming landmark release on Drumcode, with his remix of Mobys Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad out on the 14th November.

    International support has come from industry heavyweights including Sven Vath, Adam Beyer, Joseph Capriati, Karotte, Gregor Tresher, Alan Fitzpatrick, Pan-Pot, Stephan Bodzin, Sam Paganini and Secret Cinema. This continued success and support, lead Enrico to earn the No.8 spot of the best-selling techno artists back in 2015, which he then managed to better once again by landing the No.1 spot in 2016.

    With his next release on Drumcode due on the 14th November, we can expect many more exciting collaborations to come in early 2017. His global recognition and demand have grown at a substantial rate, so we can be sure to see him touring more than ever, heading out to South Africa, Australia, USA and South America.

  • EZ Riser
    EZ Riser

    Launched in Oct 2012, EZ Riser is the solo project of Sohail Arora pushing cutting-edge electronic music with a heavy emphasis on bass.

    Sohail Arora got exposed to Bass music during his days of working with Blue Frog & Zenzi, the iconic music venues of Mumbai. By 2008, Sohail had co-founded Bay Beat Collective, one of India's most inuential Bass crews, dabbling in styles ranging from drum n bass to dubstep with a partiality to 'phat basslines'. BBC went on to play some of the most important bass gigs in the country including support for The Prodigy, Chase & Status, Pendulum, London Elektricity, Concord Dawn, and many more.

    EZ Riser aims to showcase newer forms of electronic music with particular focus on beats, footwork, drum & bass, half-time, trap, hip-hop and global bass. A self-confessed music geek and heavily inuenced by artists such as DJ Rashad, Clap Clap, Zinc, Machinedrum, Addison Groove, Om Unit, Stray, Romare, Four Tet, Flako, J Dilla, Kendrick Lamar, Dengue Dengue Dengue, Egoless and many more, EZ Risers spectrum of music is highly versatile.

    As the founder of KRUNK, India's foremost alternative booking agency and events crew, Sohail & KRUNK have been instrumental in producing and elevating some of the biggest and most prolic talent in India. So- hail also runs India's only dedicated bass festival called Bass Camp Festival. Bass Camp has expanded to 10 Cities of India by 2017.

    EZ Riser has played at India's top venues like antiSOCIAL (Mumbai), Raasta Cafe (Delhi), High Spirits Cafe (Pune), The Humming Tree(Bangalore) and has also performed at renowned festivals like Magnetic

    Fields, NH7 Weekender, VH1 Supersonic, Amsterdam Dance Event, Goa Sunsplash Festival & Appa Art Festival to name a few.

    Also, he has toured all across the world performing in places such as Bar-a Bar (UK) , Rosis Berlin (Ger- many), TheVilla (Norway) , Winston Kingdom (Netherland), Canvas Club (Singapore), Cross Club (Czech Republic), Anilana (Srilanka), Jamrock (Malta), Under 9 (Malaysia),Heavy Hongkong (Hong Kong) and has also played at Europes leading festivals like Jungle Flash Festival (Slovenia) Mela Festival (Norway),Modern Sky Festival (Finland), Outlook Festival & Dimensions Festival (Croatia).

    Ultimately, it's EZ Riser's delity to the low end that ties his sound (and most probably life) together.

  • Jitter

    Talent speaks for itself. It doesn't scream or shout, it settles in quietly and rages a storm for the world to see. And nobody embodies that degree of talent better than Jayant. A DJ, producer and music composer who has been in the industry for over 15 years, Jayant is a multi-faceted artist. Undeniably identified as India's most versatile DJ, Jayant's obsession with creating music started at an early age. His curiosity and eagerness have not waned ever since the first time he manipulated sounds to his whim. Jayant began producing music in 2003 and has done numerous projects since then, working with internationally acclaimed artists such as Anoushka Shankar, Cheb-i Sabah, Karsh Kale and Midival Punditz to name a few. Effortlessly moving from Breaks to Techno, his pet project - Jitter has a LIVE/DJ techno identity. He has also produced movie and TV show scores - all this despite having no formal training in music theory.

    His boundaries as an artist are practically limitless, and that ethos reflects in all his work. His influences come from a wide spectrum of artists and musicians ranging from Indian classical,
    electronica, rock, techno and ambient and Jayant has fused all of them to develop a unique style of music, all his own. Even though these genres lay a fundamental base for his work, one cant characterize what you really experience and feel at his live shows. As Jitter, his sound is very edgy, experimental and
    almost psychedelic bridging the gap between the outdoor vibe and a club.

    Alongside Jitter, he is also a part of Karsh Kales band and has been touring with him since early 2012, the same year he was voted as the No.2 Dj in a DJ Mag India poll. But Indias most versatile DJ/Producer doesnt need all of that to his credit all he needs is one evening and one gig, for you to realize all of this on your own.

  • DJ Murthovic
    DJ Murthovic

    If in some date in the future, someone were to study the evolution of music in Hyderabad and look for its chief influencers, one name would come up again and again. Murthovic - Author, fuser, educator, creator, he has over a decade's experience in the industry. His abiding passion has seen him evolve his own celebrated brand of music, a variant of tech-house, progressive and techno with influences found in the rhythmic beats of soul, funk, disco and crossover sounds.

    Held Residencies at clubs across Hyderabad including Passport, Sparks, Ahala and Bottles & Chimney while also playing his patented sounds for some of the largest chains in India including F-Bar (Hyderabad / Delhi) and 10 Downing Street. His travels have taken him outside the country to Italy, Germany, Bangkok where he's performed to packed audiences at places like the Coco Rico, Weekend and Bed Supper Lounge. Murthovic has also opened and played alongside some of his more famous global peers; Tiesto, Dave Seaman, Stephan K, Graham Gold, Dale Anderson, Jerome Isma-ae, Freaky Disco, Jody Wisternoff (WAY OUT WEST), Infected Mushroom and Djuma Sound system to name a few.

    But Murthovic's tryst with music goes beyond the console, oftentimes behind the scenes. He is also founder/partner of Frequency, a growing underground dance movement born in Hyderabad. Under its umbrella, he hopes to unite lovers of dance music with its more enthusiastic proponents, bringing big-ticket artistes to Indian shores and giving people here the chance to experience evolving global sounds.

  • Oliver Smith
    Oliver Smith

    Oliver Smith has been described as ''an excellent DJ'' by Armin van Buuren, ''the best thing to happen in trance'' by Mixmag and ''sensational'' by DJ Magazine. In recent years the popular UK-based DJ and dance music producer have released scores of records and performed in some of the biggest clubs in the world.

    Olivers forward-thinking music is regularly played by leading DJs such as Above & Beyond, Eric Prydz, and Paul van Dyk. He is one of the longest established and best-regarded artists on the Anjunabeats record label and is the only producer (other than label bosses Above & Beyond) to have featured on all 13 Anjunabeats Volume compilations to date. Oliver has also been highly successful with remixes for the likes of Arty, Mat Zo, Andrew Bayer, Maor Levi and Above & Beyond - all featuring on leading radio and club playlists and flying high in the iTunes and Beatport charts.

    As a DJ, Oliver has played at legendary UK venues such as Ministry of Sound, The Warehouse Project and Brixton Academy; and at far-flung locations worldwide including America, Japan, and Ibiza. His 2017 performance at ABGT250 in Washington State has had over 800,000 views on YouTube to date. He also features on international radio shows and is a regular presenter of Anjunabeats Worldwide, which is broadcast on over 100 FM stations across the planet.

  • Praveen Achary
    Praveen Achary

    Only a few artists in the country can be as effective through their musicality diversity and unpredictability and still be well recognized and respected. With a unique combination of 'Deep, Tech and Progressive House', Praveen Achary's style has always gained him a lot of appreciation by fellow artists and fans alike. Praveen's mix-sets are a testament to his adaptability and cohesion of his musical influences, all weaved together in a seamless manner. A regular host with his own show 'Juicebox', an extension of the label, on the world's leading progressive house station - friskyRadio, he has been part of the 'friskyLovesIndia' series twice, as well as being featured as friskyRadio's 'Artist Of The Week', a feat achieved by few. In addition to his strong online presence, he has played at many club nights and festivals around the nation, the highlights of which being: Asia's biggest and premier dance music festival - Sunburn, Bangalore's biggest musical festival owned by Nikhil Chinapa - Submerge Supernova, the historic worldwide launch of Above and Beyond's Radio - Group Therapy, Indivibe's annual underground festival in Goa - Krank, Chennai's sole annual music property - Go: Madras and many more.

  • SHFT

    A sound that defines SHFT would be best described as boundless,
    clean and effervescent. He's been an integral part of the underground music community in India and has always kept his head down and kept all his focus on the 'music'. Having played at countless clubs and festivals over the last decade, his knowledge has evolved into a now risk-taking, bold and sincere artist, both behind the decks and in the studio.

    His music has been published on reputed labels like Parquet, Traum, Perspectives Digital, Tulipa, In Minimax and on Qilla Records for which he also works as an A&R. Many in the international scene have been supporting his tracks in recent times.

  • DJ Skip
    DJ Skip

    The turntablist, DJ and Sound Designer

    Having played at some of the biggest festivals in the country including Sunburn Asias biggest dance festival and Supersonic, Skip has also left his mark on NH7, EVC, Go: Madras, IBW, Fete de la Music (Chennai) and many more places.

    DJ Skip possesses a skill set unlike any other, mixing his own signature sound, with his unique trickery on the decks he is a DJ who thinks on his feet. He fuses his innovative scratching techniques with diverse genres.

  • The Fanculos
    The Fanculos

    The Fanculos was dreamt up by half-Italian, half-Guyanese, British-born musician Ramon Ibrahim. Ramon was heavily influenced at an early age by British SKA bands such as The Specials, The Beat, Madness, etc. and set about writing an original set based on his own interpretation of SKA and other things.
    The Fanculos set is a mixture of high energy SKA, dub, reggae, funk and even more high-energy SKA! The main focus of this 5-piece band is live performance, audience interaction, good times and just general fanculery.

    The Fanculos are:
    JJ - Drums
    Saurab Suman - Bass
    Ryan Sadri - Tenor Sax
    Apurv Lala Isaac - Guitars, Backing Vocals
    Ramon Ibrahim - Vocals, Keys, Trombone

  • VinayakA

    Vinayak^A is the artist form of Vinayak Karthikeyan. Weaving his inner journey into a medley of sounds, Vinayak's compositions are a reflection of his true self. His music is a celebration of divinity in human spirit, of intensity in passion and ecstasy in silence. Through complex layers and textures, he constantly attempts to translate the serenading tones of human expression be it angst or joy, lust or desire into sounds and vibrations.

    His existence is defined by the ricocheting sounds of melody and rhythm. His identity is conjoined with the fabric of music. It is the only thing that binds him with his soul and helps him establish an intimate connection with humankind. Music, inevitably, has become his medium of expression today. Through unconventional time signatures, beat patterns and groovy melodies, his sounds envelop your senses by building a sense of mystery and depth.

    Traversing through human emotions, the timelessness in his tunes captures the depth of his soul. Layered with warmth and melancholy, most of his melodies are composed with love. There is serenity in his music. And, as the atmospheric ambiance in his compositions ebbs and wanes, the true sound of his humanity emerges. A sound that penetrates through the core of our soul; a sound that resurrects the spirit of mankind; a sound that connects us all

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Terms & Conditions

  1. Offer available to the customer who purchase season pass only.
  2. Supersonic festival 2018 ("Event") is being held at Pune (Venue) tentatively on the 9th 10th and 11th February 2018 (Event Dates) and is being organized by Viacom 18 Media Private Limited or its affiliates, licensees or service providers ("Organizers"). Dates of Event are tentative and can be rescheduled at the discretion of the Organizers.
  3. Each ticket admits one person only unless otherwise specified on the ticket.
  4. All offer TnCs are Subject to respective third party terms and conditions.
  5. Anyone born on or after 1st January 1995 is eligible to buy the Under 21 category pass.
  6. No entry into the Venue for patrons post 4:30 p.m. who have bought Tickets that states Early Entry.
  7. All Under 21 tickets category is Early Entry, no entry into the venue for patrons post 4:30 PM.
  8. All guest with Under 21 passes will have to present their valid College ID cards at the Box Office while exchanging their tickets for Wrist Bands
  9. Age limit for Under 21 tickets is from 16 to 21 only.
  10. Patrons are urged to buy tickets from legitimate sources only and are advised to check and ensure that their tickets are not fake or photocopied. Original tickets include a barcode or hologram. In case the hologram or the barcode are tampered/damaged with in any manner whatsoever, such tickets may not be accepted and the decision of the Organizers in this regard shall be final.
  11. Patrons must mandatorily carry an original valid government issued identity proof (with the date of birth etc. of the patron) (ID Proof).
  12. Re-entry to the Event shall not be permitted under any circumstances.
  13. Tickets will be handed over to patrons at the box office on producing a valid invoice / booking id and original ID Proof.
  14. Entry shall be permitted to patrons only above the age of 16 years as at the date of buying the Tickets. In this regard, Organizers reserve the right to check ID Proof of the patron referred to above for proof of age. In the event any patron is below 18 years of age (or age of majority in the country of patrons country of dominion), the patrons shall seek prior approval of their parent and guardian.
  15. In case the Event is cancelled for any reasons, a full refund shall be issued to all patrons within reasonable time. No request for refund in any event or situation, except as mentioned above, shall be entertained, including in case of any rescheduling and change in details of Event.
  16. The Organizers reserve the rights of admission, even to valid ticket holders for reasons of security, and any other reasons in its sole discretion.
  17. The Organizers may include RFID wristbands at the Event. If wristbands are used by the Organizers (whether or not RFID enabled), such RFID wristbands would be delivered via home delivery / issued at the box office and will enable access to the Event Venue for the Event Dates. Patrons need to keep/wear their wristband for all days of the Event for which the tickets have been purchased. Patrons are required to retain their wristband and ticket with them at all times during the Event. If a patron is unable to provide the wristband and the ticket on the Organizers request, the Organizers reserve the right to remove the patron from the Event Venue.
  18. Organizers reserve the right to randomly check patrons for tickets and wristbands.
  19. Patrons need to ensure not to lose/damage their tickets/wristbands. In case tickets/wristbands are lost/stolen/damaged, no replacements shall be issued. Wristbands removed or tampered with will be rendered invalid and WILL NOT be replaced, irrespective of the patron having a ticket.
  20. No access shall be allowed to the Event Venue without a wristband and the corresponding ticket (both to be carried at all times by the Patrons). Duplicate tickets or wristbands will not be issued for lost or stolen tickets and/or wristbands as the case maybe.
  21. Unlawful resale (or attempted unlawful resale) of a ticket would lead to seizure or cancellation of that ticket without refund or other compensation aside from other remedies/recourse (civil and/or criminal) that the Organizers may have in law or otherwise.
  22. Organizers shall not be responsible for any loss, damage or theft of any personal belongings or any injury/damage that the patron may incur at or around the Event.
  23. Organizers reserve the right to perform security check on invitees/member of audience/patrons at the entry point of the Event Venue for security reasons or within the premises of the Event Venue and on denial for any reasons have the right to ask the Patron to leave the Venue.
  24. Patrons shall not be allowed to carry the following items inside the Venue or parking lots etc. (Restricted Articles):
  25. Cameras, video camcorders, any recording devices.
  26. Travel Bags and Strollers
  27. Any kind of arms and ammunitions
  28. Any sharp items or any object that may harm others
  29. Any illegal substances
  30. Food and beverages (including alcohol or other beverages)
  31. Cigarettes/cigars (lighters, matches etc.)
  32. Helmets.
  33. Organizers are under no obligation to keep or ensure any storage section or lockers etc. or otherwise accept any articles for safekeeping and in the event Organizers do provide for a storage for some articles carried by the patron (not being the above Restricted Articles), the patron shall deposit such items with the Organizers/their service providers at their sole risk. Organizers shall not be responsible for any loss or damage to any such items. Patrons are requested to not carry any Restricted Articles to the Event/Venue.
  34. Parking near or at the Event Venue is subject to availability and is at the sole risk of the vehicle owner.
  35. Organizers will not be held responsible for any damage or theft of any goods/vehicles within the stipulated parking premises of the Event Venue.
  36. Consumption and sale of illegal substances at the Venue/Event is strictly prohibited.
  37. Consumables (food/drinks/alcohol) from outside of the Event are not allowed and will be confiscated.
  38. Food and beverages will be available inside the Event Venue by independent third party food stalls for purchase in exchange for coupons/through RFID wristbands/RFID solutions (Coupons/Digital Coupons). Patrons may purchase food and beverage coupons at the Event Venue on a non-refundable basis. Organizers are not responsible for the quality/availability of the foods, beverages., drinks etc. at such stalls and Patrons are requested to exercise discretion.
  39. Smoking in the Event Venue/parking lots is strictly prohibited (except inside the smoking area designated by the Organizers at their sole discretion), any patron caught smoking outside the designated area may be asked to leave the Event Venue immediately and the decision of the Organizers in this regard shall be final.
  40. Food and beverage Coupons/value in RFID bands/Digital Coupons can be used for purchases only at the Event Venue and the same will not be refundable. After the Event, the Coupons/value in Digital Coupons/value in RFID bands etc. will expire and deemed to have been utilized by the patrons. No such amounts paid will be refundable.
  41. If any alcohol is made available by any third party stalls on the Venue, Patrons shall be required to obtain legal drinking age bands (LDA) which will only be made available to patrons above the legally permissible drinking age in Pune after displaying ID Proof. Patrons are mandatorily required to display their LDA bands while purchasing alcoholic beverages at the Event.
  42. The Patrons are requested to drink responsibly and in moderation.
  43. Any inappropriate behavior by any patron shall lead to eviction of the patron from the Event Venue and the decision of the Organizers in this regard shall be final.
  44. At the Event Venue, the Patrons shall not display or endorse any sponsorships, promotional or marketing materials unless authorized by the Organizers in writing.
  45. The ticket permits entry to the Event Venue only and does not include any other benefits, after party, meet and greet, etc., whatsoever.
  46. Patrons shall take care and not damage any stage, installation at the Venue of the Organizers, their sponsors or other stall operators etc. and shall be liable to indemnify such parties.
  47. In the event any promotional or other parties are in fact planned/organized, access to such promotional parties or after parties, shall be separate and may have other ticketing requirements and shall be purchased by the patron separately or might be on invitation only basis.
  48. Patrons with history of epilepsy or any health condition that would be of concern must take adequate precautions. Patrons who have heart, back or neck trouble or conditions, pregnant women, people who have had recent surgery or an illness, people with casts, braces, restrictive devices or certain disabilities are advised to avoid attending the Event. Event Venue would have Strobe lighting patrons are advised to consider effects of the same.
  49. The Event also uses amplified sound, wearing hearing protection at the Event may be helpful.
  50. First aid/medical facilities will be provided, however, the Organizers shall not be responsible for any medical problems that any Patron may face at the Event.
  51. Patrons acknowledge that the Organizers shall not be liable for any mishap, injury, accident, untoward incident, physical harm of any nature, death, loss of life or limb, etc., caused to him/her, at the Event Venue/parking lots, either before, during or after the Event; or while traveling to the Event; and the same will not be attributed to the Organizers, neither shall the Organizers be held responsible towards the same or be liable to indemnify or make good any claim being raised against it, for whatsoever nature.
  52. The Event is subject to force majeure conditions and including, without limitation, government permissions and regulations.
  53. The Event may be re scheduled or cancelled at the sole discretion of Organizers.
  54. Artist lineup and billed attractions may be subject change at the Organizer`s sole discretion.
  55. Patrons carrying or suspected of carrying items that may be used in an offensive or dangerous manner, or carrying out illegal activities within the Venue or at the entry of the Event shall be searched and their entry to the Event shall be restricted.
  56. Patrons hereby grant the Organizers the right to use, in perpetuity, all or any part of the images and/or recording of any tape made with the Patron`s appearance on any mode/medium of broadcast and/or exhibition anywhere in the world and for any purposes whatsoever including, without limitation, audio visual movies/after movies, clips, advertising, publicity and promotion etc.
  57. The Organizers reserve the right, without refund or other recourse, to refuse admission to Patrons found in breach of any of these terms and conditions including, if necessary, to evict the patrons from the venue aside from their rights/remedies (civil/criminal) in law or otherwise.
  58. Patrons waive any and all rights to seek any equitable/injunctive relief and acknowledge that no irreparable harm would be caused to the Patron and any breach by the Organizers would be compensable in damages not exceeding ticket value.
  59. All disputes to be settled under the exclusive jurisdiction of Mumbai courts only
  60. Organizers reserve the right to modify or revise the terms and conditions at any time in their sole discretion. Patrons are advised to check the terms and conditions on this website/app immediately before the Event and strictly comply with the same.
  61. Patrons undertake to fully indemnify and shall keep indemnified and hold harmless the Organizers, their sponsors and services providers in the event of breach or alleged breach by the patron of any of their representations, warranties, undertakings or any of the terms and conditions hereunder.

Offer Terms & Conditions

For Le Meridien Mahabaleshwar Resort & Spa
  1. VIP: INR 2000 off the online rates (Preferred rates on www.lemeridienmahabaleshwar.com)
  2. Remaining: INR 1000 off the online rates (Preferred rates on www.lemeridienmahabaleshwar.com)
  3. Validity: Valid from 1st February – 30th April 2018 (blackout dates applicable)

Terms & Conditions:

  1. This offer is not valid on blackout dates.
  2. Any additional person in the room shall be charged extra.
  3. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer/ promotion.
  4. Any other charges beyond the offer need to be settled directly. This offer is non-renewable and non-encashable.
  5. The offer is subject to reservation in advance and subject to availability.
  6. Please note that the stay is complimentary for a child below 5 years
  7. Children between the age of 5-12 years will be charged INR 2500 per day/ per child
  8. Children above 12 years will be charged as adults
  9. offer is subject to Le Meridien Management terms and conditions
For Sheraton Grand Pune
  1. INR 1000 off the Sheraton Grand Pune Website online rates with a 15% discount at all Food & Beverage venues (excluding banquets)
  2. Validity: 10 days (starting from 4 days prior to Supersonic dates)

Terms & Conditions:

  1. The offer is not valid on blackout dates
  2. Any additional person in the room shall be charged extra
  3. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer/ promotion
  4. The 15% F & B discount is applicable at all Food & Beverage venues
  5. The F & B Discount is not applicable at Banqueting venue
  6. Any other charges beyond the offer need to be settled directly. This offer is non-renewable and non-encashable
  7. The offer is subject to reservation in advance and subject to availability
  8. offer is subject to Sheraton Grand Management terms and conditions
  1. Rs.500 OFF on 10 rides
  2. Valid in Pune and Mumbai.
  3. Valid on uberGO, uberX or PREMIER rides only
  4. Valid till 4th February 2018
  5. offer is subject to UBER Management terms and conditions
Golds Gym
  1. Cash discount code of ₹ 1000/- on yearly membership.

Terms & Conditions:

  1. This offer is valid till 31st March 2018 only
  2. Offer valid on New Annual Membership only.
  3. The user must be 13 years of age and above.
  4. The user should be in sound state of health.
  5. Contact the Gym to fix appointments where required.
  6. Kindly carry your photo ID proof.
  7. Gym rules and regulations apply
  8. Rights of Admission reserved.
  9. The gym has the right to cancel this facility if deemed necessary.
  10. The offer is valid only at the Gold’s gym locations mentioned Below.
  11. offer is subject to Gold’s Gym Management terms and conditions

Mumbai: Lower Parel, Bandra, Vashi, Andheri (E), Kandivali (W) & Kandivali (E)
Delhi: Dayanand Vihar, Maharani Bagh Noida: Sec 30, Ghaziabad: Indirapuram
Bengaluru: Indiranagar, Koramangala
Pune: Kalyani Nagar, Hadapsar
Jaipur: Malviya Nagar

The Westin, Pune
  1. INR 500 voucher.

Terms & Conditions:

  1. One can avail the same at Kangan, [email protected], Seasonal Tastes, The House of Medici and Daily Treats.
  2. Minimum spend INR 1500 for each voucher.
  3. Valid for a 10 days. (9th - 18th Feb)
  4. Offer is subject to The Westin Management terms and conditions
Jean Claude Beguine
  1. Rs.500 off on service worth 1500 and above

Terms & Conditions:

  1. Valid between Monday to Thursday
  2. Valid on display of Ticket or wrist band
  3. One time use only
  4. Prior appointment necessary and offer to be mentioned
  5. Cannot be clubbed with any other offer or promotion
  6. Valid only on Jean claude biguine Service
  7. Cannot be redeemed if unauthorized
  8. Cannot be exchanged in form of cash
  9. Partial redemptions not allowed
  10. In case of dispute, the final decision lies at the discretion of salon manager
  11. Valid till 22nd March 2018
  12. Offer is subject to JCB Management terms and conditions
Seasons MALL
  1. Offer: Get 4 vouchers of flat Rs 250/- off on purchases worth Rs 500 and above.
  2. The voucher is valid on 9th, 10th and 11th February 2018.
  3. The voucher shall be valid only at Seasons Mall
  4. Entry shall be free and privileges applicable to all members with Supersonic Bands only
  5. No two offers can be combined in the same invoice.
  6. Offer is valid for only one person and is non transferable 
  7. Offer cannot be converted into any alternative mode.
  8. GST shall be applicable on each transaction as per the invoice only.
  9. Offer is subject to Seasons Mall Management terms and conditions
  10. Participating brands - Flyhigh, High Octane, Cuba Libre, Bottle Street.
  1. The Indian customer will be eligible for this offer by purchasing their flash sale tickets for Vh1 Supersonic- 2018 through BookMyShow.
  2. MakeMyTrip unique offer code will be sent to the customer through an email/SMS from BookMyShow

What do you get?

  1. The Customer will receive Rs.1500 credit to MakeMyTrip MyWallet on application of the unique coupon code without having to make any prior travel booking. The amount thus earned will be visible in the Bonus Cash section in MyWallet

Details for MyWallet Bonus Cash Usage

  1. You may redeem the MyWallet Bonus Cash earned during this promotion on subsequent bookings made for Flights, Hotels, Bus, Rail & Holidays on MakeMyTrip.
  2. More details in regards to MyWallet Bonus Cash usage limits on Domestic Flights, Hotels and other bookings can be checked at http://www.makemytrip.com/mywallet/
  3. The MyWallet Bonus Cash credited through this promotion is valid for usage till 1 month from the date this credit has been made. If unutilized, it will cease to exist and will not be renewed under any circumstances.
  4. In case the Bonus Cash is not credited to your MakeMyTrip Wallet please write to [email protected]
  5. Any query in relation to the delivery of the MMT Codes should be addressed directly to BookMyShow at <> and any query in relation to the functioning of MMT Codes should be addressed directly to MMT at [email protected]

Steps for redemption and other terms for the MakeMyTrip Unique Code

  1. The Unique Coupon Code can be redeemed only till 23:59 hours IST on Febuary 28, 2018.
  2. The Unique Coupon Code is valid for redemption only on latest MakeMyTrip’s Android and iOS App. Please update your app to the latest version before availing this offer. Version 7.1.1 and above for Android , and Version 5.8.5 and above for iOS
  3. To redeem the Unique Coupon Code, the customer must follow the below steps:
    i) Go to “My” tab on the App home page & select “Redeem Coupon” option
    ii) Enter the unique coupon code as received from BookMyShow in the text box and click Apply
    iii) The coupon would thus get applied and amount will be credited to the MakeMyTrip MyWallet balance as Bonus Cash.
  4. The Unique Coupon Code is for one time usage only and can be applied only once per MakeMyTrip Platform Login Account ID on or before the above time line.
  5. No two or more coupons from the same campaign can be clubbed per MakeMyTrip Platform Login Account ID
MMT Terms and Conditions
  1. When a customer makes a booking using their MyWallet Bonus Cash, in the event of cancellation of the booking, the Bonus Cash used shall be credited back to his MakeMyTrip MyWallet
  2. MyWallet Bonus Cash cannot be transferred to your bank account. Additionally, Bonus Cash across multiple MakeMyTrip accounts cannot be combined into a single account
  3. Usage conditions of MyWallet Bonus Cash may change at the discretion of MakeMyTrip, at any point in time
  4. The device on which you download the MakeMyTrip app to claim the MyWallet Bonus Cash should not be rooted or jail-broken
  5. MakeMyTrip app should not be installed using App runtime for Chrome, emulators or simulators
  6. MakeMyTrip reserves the right, at any time, without prior notice and liability and without assigning any reason whatsoever, to add/alter/modify/change or vary all of these terms and conditions or to replace, wholly or in part, this offer by another offer, whether similar to this Offer or not, or to extend or withdraw it altogether
  7. MakeMyTrip holds the exclusive right at its sole discretion to refuse, or withdraw, deny and/or alter the offer to any customer
  8. MakeMyTrip reserves the right to disqualify any customer from the benefits of the Offer, if any fraudulent activity is identified as being carried out by the customer for the purpose of availing the benefits under the Offer or otherwise by use of the MakeMyTrip Platform
  9. For any debit or credit card related issues including net banking or such other modes of payment, the Customer shall approach the authorized Bank and MakeMyTrip shall not entertain any such claims
  10. MakeMyTrip is the sole authority for interpretation of these terms.
  11. MakeMyTrip shall not be liable for any loss or damage arising due to force majeure event
  12. In the event of any misuse or abuse of the offer by the customer or travel agent, MakeMyTrip reserves the right to deny the offer or cancel the booking
  13. In no event the entire liability of MakeMyTrip under this offer shall exceed the amount of promotional cashback under this offer
  14. MakeMyTrip shall not be liable to for any indirect, punitive, special, incidental or consequential damages arising out of or in connection with the offer
  15. Disputes, if any, arising out of or in connection with this offer shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the competent courts in Delhi.
  16. User Agreement and Privacy Policy available at MakeMyTrip website shall apply
  17. Customers, who are travel agents by occupation, are barred from making bookings for their customers and MakeMyTrip reserves the right to deny the offer against such bookings or to cancel such bookings. For such cases, MakeMyTrip shall not refund the booking amount
  1. FLAT RS.2000 off on purchase above 5000 on www.growfitter.com

Terms & Conditions:

  1. Valid till 28 th February 2018


1) What are the dates and location for Vh1 Supersonic 2018?

Ans: Vh1 Supersonic will take place on 9-10-11 February 2018 at Laxmi Lawns, Magarpatta city, 133 Hadapsar, Pune

2) Is there an age limit for the festival?

Ans: Vh1 Supersonic is strictly for over 16 year olds. Purchase and consumption of alcohol and tobacco products will be strictly controlled at all times. We will require any government photo ID proof, which will be checked when entering the event as well as at any time on venue grounds.

3) How and where do I collect my tickets/wrist bands?

Ans: All Tickets are to be collected from the Ticket Booth/Box Office at the venue over the period of the festival (9-10-11 February). You will need photo ID proof, print out of the confirmation email from BookMyShow & a letter of authorization, BOTH from the cardholder (if the card used to purchase the ticket is not yours). Entry / Wrist bands will be given upon handover of the ticket. We would also need a bank transaction receipt if you have booked the tickets through `Online Banking`.

4) What can i bring into the festival?

Ans: The organizers reserve the right to refuse admission to the festival site at any time. Also, any bags brought into the event will be searched upon entry. The following items are prohibited and will not be allowed into the venue. Weapons, explosives, firearms, glass bottles, aluminum cans, hazardous and breakable materials Fireworks, lasers, flashlights and anything else that can interfere with the artists Professional DSLR, recording devices, video equipment that have not been pre-approved At the artists request, all unauthorized recording will be prohibited. (Illegal filming and/or recording will result in legal actions.) Illegal items will be confiscated at the door Alcohol, food, bottles, cans, glass, animals and sound systems may NOT be brought onto the festival site. No camping gear of any kind will be allowed into the venue Flags that are used to identify your group may be brought in, but discretion is advised when constructing or designing these items, as they may sometimes be considered dangerous. No Helmets will be allowed inside the festival .

5) What documents should I bring if I have booked a ticket through a friends or parents debit or credit card?

Ans: Printout of the confirmation email from Book My Show, Photo copy of Debit/Credit card used. Photocopy of Valid Photo ID of the debit/credit card holder Valid Photo ID of the person using the ticket.

6) Is re-entry allowed once on the festival premises?

Ans: You may re-enter the festival if you have the legitimate festival band on your wrist every time you re-enter the festival. Day pass holders will not be allowed re-entry Flash Sale pass holders will be allowed re-entry only if they have entered the event before 4:00PM.

7) Will festival goers be allowed to stay overnight at the event?

Ans: No, festival goers will not be allowed to stay at the venue overnight. Once the festival comes to a close, the grounds are cleared.

8) What does a cashless festival mean?

Ans: Vh1 Supersonic will be a cashless festival, & will accept electronic payment at all bars, food and merchandise outlets. We will also accept cash at selected counters.

9) What kind of services does vh1 supersonic provide at the festival?

Ans: Friendly security staff; clean and safe environment; information booths; parking; on-site ATMs; First Aid / Medical services and more.

10) Will I be able to purchase food and beverages at the festival?

Ans: A wide variety of food and beverages will be available for the duration of the event, supplied by various vendors at the festival.
PLEASE NOTE: You may NOT bring your own food or beverages into the festival area.

11) Are there restroom facilities on site at the festival?

Ans: Yes, there will be sufficient restrooms for both men and women on the festival grounds.

12) What is meant by phase line-up?

Ans: The terms Phase 1 and Phase 2 line-up represent the waves of announcements regarding which artists will perform at the festival. Each phase will be announced through the various Vh1 Supersonic online channels.

13) Do the facilities cater for disabled attendees?

Ans: Yes, the festival are wheelchair friendly and toilet facilities cater accordingly.

14) Will there be ATM facilities available?

Ans: Yes, however its strongly suggested that attendees come prepared to avoid any inconvenience or disappointment due to technical issues or queuing.

15) What are the ticket options and information?

Ans: All tickets are sold exclusively through www.bookmyshow.com A bar coded ticket (printed or correctly displayed on your phone) will need to be presented Along with identification upon entering the event.
Please note: booking fees apply to all tickets

16) What is included in VIP and VVIP tickets?

Ans: Vh1 Supersonic VIP ticket holders will receive express entry through the VIP entrance; an exclusive and elevated dance floor; seating area with a scenic view of the Main Stage, dance floor as well as private bars and toilet facilities and free WIFI The additional option of a table and bottle service will be available exclusively at extra costs. PLEASE NOTE: VIP ticket holders will have access to all areas except VVIP, service areas and backstage. The exclusive VVIP area will provide guests with complimentary bar services and food throughout the event, as well as a raised dance floor and lounge areas. These areas will overlook the magic of the festival with great views of Main Stage.
PLEASE NOTE: V-VIP ticket holders will have access to all areas except backstage and service areas.

17) Can I swap/upgrade a G.A. ticket to VIP ticket?

Ans: Once bought, tickets cannot be swapped or upgraded.

18) Will I have to be present at the venue when the tickets are being collected?

Ans: Yes, you will have to be present at the venue when collecting your ticket. The only exception will be made if you have used someone else`s credit card to make the purchase - you will need an authorized letter from the credit cardholder.

19) Can I buy tickets using cash?

Ans: Yes, you can buy your tickets in cash from our authorized ticketing partners. List of Authorized Ticketing Partners will be out soon on Vh1 Supersonic online channels.

20) Can I buy tickets for friends?

Ans: Yes, but please ensure you have your friends email address ready when purchasing tickets. Ticket orders will only be completed once every ticket holders details are complete; this ensures the authenticity of your tickets as well as improves the security of the festival.

21) Can I transfer my ticket to a friend?

Ans: All tickets purchased are strictly non-transferable

22) How can I pay for my tickets?

Ans: Via Debit/Credit card or various other services available at Bookmyshow. Dont forget to print a proof of payment in case we need to track the payment and use the correct reference as provided.

23) What do I do in case of duplicate payment taken?

Ans: Duplicate payments have occurred, usually as a result of the buyer refreshing the payment page during the payment process. If this happens please email bookmyshow.com with a copy of your bank statement showing both transactions and the refund will be processed.

24) What is the ticket cancellation/refund policy?

Ans: No refunds will be given once the tickets have been booked.

25) Are there any travel packages available for Vh1 Supersonic 2018?

Ans: Yes, we will have travel packages which will be released soon. Stay tuned for more details.

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        3. BEPL may at its discretion either (i) donate the proceeds collected to entities, persons, organisations, trusts engaged in activities directly related in the furtherance of the Purpose (ii) by directly undertaking/engaging in activities which are related to the Purpose .

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