Frame/Frame ‘Swimmers’ EP Launch with Moniker at The Humming Tree, Bangalore

  • Date / Time: 10/05/2013 : 7:00 PM
  • Location: The Humming Tree
  • Address: Humming Tree, Indiranagar,Bangalore,Karnataka,India
  • Entry: Free Entry

To mark the beginning of a new monthly night hosted by Wild City at Bangalore’s every-consistent ‘The Humming Tree’, we’re proud to present the EP launch for one of the most exciting acts within India’s burgeoning electronica scene.

New Delhi based Frame/Frame will be presenting his unique sonic vision live, off the back of one of this years most highly anticipated EP releases, ‘Swimmers’ – a project that truly encompasses years of electronic influences from across the globe, be it the heaving sub bass of modern day glitch-hop or his strange yet fascinating take on electronic pop.

There are few producers who can meld such contrasting elements into something so compelling and no doubt this will be transformed into a gripping live set.

In support is Wild City’s very own selector ‘Moniker’ who will be getting the floor moving with his deep, groovy and bass fuelled selections.

Let the aural onslaught ensue.


Frame/Frame brings a fresh innovation to the sound, combining a kaleidoscopic arsenal of the smooth, crunchy, melodic, synthy, dirty and raw, channeling hip-hop, drum and bass and bass music sensibilities into a pedigree all of his own.

In a huge stride forward, he’s set to release his debut ‘Swimmers’ EP and it may not be, quite what you’re expecting:

“The first single is actually going to be a bit of surprise – it’s the first time I’ve ever sung on a Frame/Frame tune. It’s also produced in a very “un-electronic” way – there are guitar and electric bass parts, which are un-quantized, and there is no auto-tune on the vocals. The idea was to give the song a natural vibe, as if you’re listening to the song being played live. In fact, that was a general theme throughout the EP, to try and find the organic within the electronic.” – Frame/Frame

As the nation waits with bated breath he’s already been picked as ‘artist of the week’ by, has been listed as one of the top 5 producers to watch out for in by, and is one of the 4 new electronica acts to watch out for this year, according to Rock Street Journal.