- Date / Time: 09/21/2014 : 2:00 PM
- Location: The High Spirits
- Address: The High Spirits, Koregaon Park,Pune,Maharashtra,India
Time to get your energy levels pumping with two big acts at this Cookout! Skrat and Pinnochio’s Moment of Clarity are going to be killing it on stage and we want you to join us!
Skrat (intentionally misspelt to avoid copyright issues) is a creature so resolute that unfazed by its multiple near death experiences, goes after what it wants without a moments hesitation. But its not why were called Skrat. The name occurred to our drummer years ago during one of his many moments of whimsy.
A debut album, several live gigs, a few hiatuses, personnel alterations and a partial reinvention
later, Skrat is all geared up for the next adven- ture, and with our sophomore album Bring Out The Big Guns we intend to travel to the ends of the earth looking for it.
The trio of Skrat consisting of T.T. Sriram on gui- tars and lead vocals, Tapass Naresh on the drums and Satish Narayanan on bass guitar – both pro- viding backup vocals that provide a simple, raw, homegrown perspective to loud guitars, catchy hooks and a whole lot of energy on and off stage.
Pinnochios Moment of Clarity
PMOC is an Experimental Art Project from Mumbai. It features Aditya Virmani on Guitars and Samples, Shashank Chandak on Vocals
and Samples, Anjo John on Bass and Gautam Deb on Drums.
The music can defined as one big experiment and fuses various Electronica, Progressive Rock, Industrial Rock and Post rock influences together.
The project had its debut performance in October 2013 at BlueFrog, Mumbai.
The project had been invited by Rolling Stones India in Association with Jack Daniels Rock Awards to play for their showcase event as one of the Best Emerging Artists from India.
PMOC has played at places such as KINO 108- Mumbai, The Humming Tree- Bangalore, Swig Cafe- Pune, Hard Rock Cafe-Pune and was invited to play at the Ragasthan Festival- Jaiselmer which showcased some of the best
Indian and International Acts. The project has been covered by the leading Independent Music Magazines and Internet magazines such as Rolling Stones, Rock Street Journal, PopSplat and was RedBull Band on the Bus!