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4 Events to Put on Your Agenda for World Music Day

Here’s a list of programs happening across the country tomorrow

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Rolling Stone India Jun 20, 2019

Bhrigu Sahni will perform at Mumbai's Flea Bazaar Cafe on World Music Day. Photo: Courtesy of the artist

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Vh1 India and MTV Beats

TV music channel Vh1 India has been regularly hosting live stream performances online to mark World Music Day, but this time they’re joined by MTV Beats so that the multicultural aspect is covered. The day-long live broadcasts of performances include Hindi/Punjabi musicians such as Aparshakti Khurana, Darshan Raval, Aastha Gill, Amit Mishra and more, while producer-DJs such as Zaeden, Sickflip and Su Real also join in on the fun. Stay tuned to their social media for round the clock updates.

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Raga Garage and Aditi Ramesh

Technically taking place a day after World Music Day (on June 22nd), Hyderabad event company The Whole Shebang has put together renowned and newly established artists on the same stage at Olive Bar and Kitchen. Carnatic/fusion violinist Jyotsna Srikanth, who set up base in London and quickly became one of Europe’s well-known fusion artists, joins her British counterpart, violinist Robert Atchison. Their set will cross between European classical as well as Carnatic, featuring percussionist-drummer Karthik Mani and keyboardist Shadrach Solomon. Also blurring the lines of Western-origin music and Indian strains, Mumbai-based singer-songwriter and keyboardist Aditi Ramesh and her band will perform a supporting set, just as they prep for their new EP.

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Bhrigu Sahni, Ape Echoes and Dark Circle Factory

Mumbai’s Flea Bazaar Café has put together a stellar lineup of musicians to celebrate World Music Day. The bill includes acoustic finger-style guitarist and Berklee College of Music graduate Bhrigu Sahni who will showcase his ethereal soundscapes while city-based Ape Echoes bring their eclectic electronica sound to the table. Also, multi-city group Dark Circle Factory aka DCF_Shapes are set to present their sonic amalgamation of electronica, funk, rock, jazz and more.

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 Anand Bhaskar Collective

Currently on their Shukraguzaar Tour, Mumbai-based alt-rock/fusion band Anand Bhaskar Collective will stopover at Bengaluru’s Bflat Bar on World Music Day. The band’s setlist will include material off their albums Samsara (2012) and 2017’s Excuse Me as well as unreleased songs.

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