Indo-UK musical collaboration at Bonobo
Snareophobe, a forward thinking musical collaboration between Chris Pope and Pete Cadney from the UK, will be performing at Bonobo this Saturday along with a host of other Indian performances. Snareophobe started as an experiment into the deeper side of bass music, spiralling into a live 2 man mashup of sub-low frequencies, diverse drum patterns and dubbed out atmospherics.
On the Indian front, the night will see performances from Sabir Khan, Mental Martians and RagG. Sabir is the son of Padma Bhushan winner Ustad Sultan Khan and is well known for his delicate mastery of sarangi. Mental Martians on the other hand have taken the Indian bass scene by storm by bringing onto the stage a never used before Indian percussion with dubstep, breaks and drum n bass. The third Indian presence on the stage will be given by RayG who earned the Resident DJ title at Bonobo in 2011.
Bonobo owner tells us “The event is about trying to collaborate western electronic and Indian classical sounds. It’s about giving the public something interesting.”
When: October 1, 9.30 pm.
Where: Bonobo, Kenilworth mall, Off Linking Road, Bandra (W)