SuperdrySounds: Bengaluru Edition
SuperdrySounds: A platform for emerging artists.
SuperdrySounds is all about discovery. From the rising artist who is about to be on everyone’s party playlist to the aspiring musician who is looking for a platform. Our collective of breakthrough artists has started from the bottom and made it a long way in the local music scene.
SuperdrySounds is going on a tri-city tour across India with emerging talents Zokhuma, NDS, and 8-Bit Culprit and giving them to chance to perform with the best in the industry including Kohra in Bengaluru, Nikhil Chinapa in Mumbai and Sandunes in New Delhi. Prepare for one hell of a night!
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ZOKHUMA: At the bleeding edge of his own future, Zokhuma (Arman Menzies) represents the end of old things, the beginning of new ones, and a forged alliance with those making alternative electronic music in previously uncharted territories. Unafraid to criss-cross between soundscapes you’ve never heard—think frantic, chopped-up African beats or moodier, experimental electronica—and soundscapes that are all too familiar, his sensibilities have a way of putting any audience at ease. As does his infectious energy behind the console. The producer has a mask for every occasion too. Well known in cult progressive metal circles in India for his earlier work song-writing and playing guitar for Goddess Gagged before moving on to study music production in the London, UK, he’s already performed in places like Croatia, Netherlands, and Sri Lanka under his new moniker while cherry-picking his way through local gigs as well.
NDS: NDS has played along Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, Avicii, Axwell^Ingrosso, Yves, Quintino and many other international artists. He has already released his tracks on such labels as Alter Ego,
Colourful, Enhanced and Lange. Performed nationally at Sunburn Goa and internationally at Marenostrom Festival Spain, NDS is surely here to change the game of Indian music artists. He adds, “I don’t want to be the flag bearer for any genre. I don’t want to change the game,” he says. “I really just want to have my own signature, my own sound. I know it sounds crazy, but I want to start my legacy.”
Kohra ( رہ()ک Urdu – fog or mist) is a versatile and forward-thinking dj / producer. He expresses his visual and aural sensibilities via Qilla ( قلعه Urdu – fort or castle) Records which he set up in 2009 to promote a wide range of underground music from India and across the world.