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Sound and style

Sound and style
Friends of Music are back with their August edition and this time it will feature Hindi Rock band Punkh. The band incorporates distinct Indian elements with their metal and rock influence. They will be releasing their album Karmah at the Friends of Music platform.

Trizya, a six-member fusion band from Delhi will be opening the stage for the evening. The band utilizes elements from jazz, Indian classical, rock and pop. Friends of Music are also bringing a cluster of musicians from Delhi to join Punkh on stage and make the evening a special one.

The list includes - Edwin Fernandes from Goatronikk, Karan Sharma, Indraneel Hariharan, Gyaan Singh and Sharat Chandra Srivastava from Mrigya, Rohit Menon from Vishnu, Ashwani Verma from Euphoria, Dilip Ramachandran from That 80’s Project, Surojit Dev, Prithvish Dev from Themclones, Amit Kilam, Himanshu Joshi and Rahul Ram from Indian Ocean, Chintan Kalra from Contraband and Manvi Gupta from Karwaah.

Punkh’s new album Karmah comprises seven tracks with the title track setting the tone for the band’s new musical statement. Maahia with a sludgy guitar sound, Ghoom Le with its sitar-like drone in the beginning which is an instantly accessible slice of hook-laden modern rock and Insaan that rides on an insistent guitar riff are some of the band’s composition to watch out for. The album also features two heart touching ballads Tanhaa and Nasha.

When: 22 August
Where: Blue frog, Mehrauli
Timing: 7.30 pm
Ticket Price: Rs 350
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