Live From The Console at Mehboob Studio, Mumbai

  • Date / Time: 06/07/2014 : 5:45 PM
  • Location: Mehboob Studio
  • Address: Mehboob Studio, Bandra,Mumbai,Maharashtra,India
  • Entry: Rs. 250


The very loud ending of LCD Soundsystem

On April 2nd 2011, LCD Soundsystem played its final show at Madison Square Garden. Documenting this once in a life time performance and an intimate portrait of James Murphy as he navigates the lead-up to the show, the day after, and the personal and professional ramifications of his decision.


SASHA CHETTRI (Dehradun) – Folk/Alt Pop

A mix of Folk and Alternative pop, Sasha composer and singer-songwriter, creates melodies that haunt. Originally from the city of Dehradun, her influences are varied and include Sufi, Punk Rock, Jazz, and Pahadi folk. Growing up listening to a spectrum of artists like Nat King Cole, Toad the Wet Sproket, FooFighters, Korn and Fleetwood Mac, Sasha moved on to the origins of Western & Hindustani classical and Sufi in search of different sounds, her experiments have been eclipsed by the search for perfect sync between emotion and melody – where these 2 meet is where her heart is at peace.

Her music…

NICHOLSON (Mumbai) – Electro-Organic

Nicholson is a singer-songwriter & keyboardist based out of Mumbai who is heavily influenced by jazz, folk and electronic music. His original compositions are a blend of electronic and organic sounds and are a direct reflection of his outlook on life & love. Nicholson’s ensemble is straying away from the traditional ‘band setup’. He aims to create sound sculptures by treating machines as instruments in a very emotive, organic manner. This is an exciting new wave of music, which is focused on achieving the highest levels of production quality in-studio and live on-stage.
The Band consists of electronic duo Dirty Jays, and Producer/Drummer Rohan Ramanna.

His music…


MOSKO (New Delhi) – Garage/Dance

MOSKO is an avant-garde duo from Delhi comprising of Kavya Trehan and Moses Koul. An eclectic mix of posh, groove laden electronica and smooth acoustic jams. They came together to form MOSKO just 10 odd days before their first ever performance at Ragasthan 2014 Music Festival that happens in the middle of the Khuri Dunes. And ever since then there has been no looking back for them. Deriving influences from topics and subjects as diverse as Manga and anime to tea, independent drama and films. An evocative cinematic experience with a hint of ballroom waltz, emotional subversion and copious amounts of noir, this evening also marks the band’s Mumbai debut!