Mixing Pop and Electronics

Published: 02nd May 2015 06:03 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd May 2015 06:03 AM   |  A+A-

During the last few days, music lovers have had so much of gala time with annual musical events, clubbing, Electronic Dance Music, and other genres of live acts in the city. And IndiEarth at The Park’s latest stage outing is another reason to step out of your house, dancing shoes ready to go.

mixing pop.jpgThe performance happening this Saturday will feature Nischay Parekh, a student of the Berklee College of Music. He is known for his songs ‘I love you Baby,’ ‘I Love you Doll’, ‘Ocean’ and others. His music is sublime as it is representative of something lyrical, lucid and playfully imaginative with a mix of classic pop sensibilities and kindergarten electronics. His musical genius is such that none of his songs is recorded in studios, as most of  them were recorded in parks, hallways and other places, while at the same time not compromising on the quality of music.

The Sleepwalker, another talented act in the alternative dance music arena in the country, will also take the stage the same evening. His sets are a hybrid of various forms of minimal Techno, Progressive, Breaks & Nu Disco, among others. EDM and ADM fans can get their seats booked for an energetic performance, as Nischay Parekh will be performing at Aqua from 9 pm  and The Sleepwalker performing at The Leather Bar post 10.15 pm.

IndiEarth at The Park will take place on May 2. For details, call 9884493601.

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