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The Global Music Festival 2015 at NUALS, Kochi


The Great Indian Octoberfest 2013 – Complete Lineup


The 9th edition of “Kingfisher The Great Indian October fest” is scheduled on 18th 19th & 20th October . Let the good times begin!

18th October

Kingfisher Premium Kingsland Stage: Arijit Singh, Point of View, Core 304, All The Fat Children

Common Colors World Stage: Exist Immortal, Inner Sanctum

Nocturnal Cell – DJ Clement, DJ Rohan Kapoor

19th October

Kingsland Stage: Hoobastank, Indus Creed, One Nite Stand, Skrat, Slapdash Tavern

World Stage: Avial, Shankar Tucker, Aabha Hanjura, Beat Gurus

Nocturnal Cell: DJ NDS and Blue, DJ Ajit Pai, DJ Inferno

20th October

Kingsland Stage: Mika Singh, Raghu Dixit, Laetitia Zonzambe, Lagori, Machas With Attitude

World Stage: Baiju Dharmajan, Girish and The Chronicles, Slain + Choral Riff, Clown With A Frown

Nocturnal Cell: DJ Joshen Miller, Ash Roy, DJ Jasmeet, Twokid Wickid

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Grey Matter + All The Fat Children at Hard Rock Cafe, Bangalore


Opening Act

Formed in early July of 2011 to compete in the college fest , Grey Matter was formed with the idea of playing rock.

Joshua – Vocals
Sidharth -Drums
Abhi – Bass
Raghu-Rhythm Guitar
Himanshu- Lead Guitar

So.. (somewhere near June 2008 I think) Eben Johnson tired of the Page 3 way of life, decided that enough was enough and decided to do something concrete with his life which included some religion if you may. So he decided to form a band!! WooHoo…Not quite!! He called upon the services of Jerry “The Orphan” to play drums and soon found Vicky who was at the time in spitfire. After some persuasion with a little food and drink from the cafeteria and Food court, he convinced Vicky to join as The Bass Player!! After a few days of jamming, Jerry started losing interest (apparently the band outranked him in terms of fatness!!).

We decided to call ourselves All The Fat Children, Jerry left soon after!! Sam was found at a gig through a band we knew, which would be Slain (Bless their Souls)!! And within a week and a half, we jammed and jammed and jammed……etc etc…Till we thought our limbs would drop, praying to the lord that we get to keep them after the gig as well!! After a few rehearsals, the band played their debut show. Since then, the band has been playing at all available shows in bangalore and the rest of India!! Recently Sachin has replaced Sam on drums, as Sam pursues further studies.

Not bad, currently the band members are extremely lazy to do anything and therefore, we call upon the Services of the Vineeth “The Slave” Vincent (Our Beloved Manager who is Black – to facilitate and help us through the laziness as well as gigs!!


All the Fat Children at The Bflat Bar, Bangalore

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Justin Jaideep Xavier

Justin Jaideep Xavier is an Automotive Design Engineer, Metal Head, Bullet, Beer & Old Monk Enthusiast, Dog Lover and Photographer. When he's not frequenting the regular watering holes over weekends he can be found shooting gigs and concerts in and around namma Bengaluru! You can check out more of his work on his website: www.JustinJaideep.in


All The Fat Children at Hard Rock Cafe, Bangalore

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Dev Ambardekar

Dev is a music photographer based out of Bangalore. He has been documenting the music scene actively for almost two years during which he has shot several Indian bands and a handful international acts. His expertise ranges from multi-day music festivals to pub shows. While he is not behind the camera, Dev is an Architect and occasional writer. You can follow him at @DevAmbardekar.


Autumn Muse feat. All The Fat Children, Motherjane and Pentagram at St. Johns,Bangalore

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Romel Dutta

Romel Dutta is a freelance photographer based in Bangalore who has three passions in life - running, music and photography. He has always been visually inclined and loves to click moments with great angles and believes that fast lenses, proper technique, and good timing go a long way toward producing crisp shots, even in low light.