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MUSIC : Untitled 002 with Chrms, Ezzyland and Azadi Records Live at antiSOCIAL, 9A & 12A, Hauz Khas Village > 8:30pm on 27th July 2017

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Time : 8:30 pm Add to Calendar 27/07/2017 20:30 27/07/2017 23:30 Asia/Kolkata MUSIC : Untitled 002 with Chrms, Ezzyland and Azadi Records Live Event Page : http://www.delhievents.com/2017/07/music-untitled-002-with-chrms-ezzyland.html antiSOCIAL, 9A & 12A, Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi -110016 DD/MM/YYYY

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Venue : antiSOCIAL, 9A & 12A, Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi -110016

Venue Info : www.socialoffline.in | Map | Nearest Metro Station - 'Green Park(Yellow Line) Exit Gate - Gautam Nagar'
Area : Hauz Khas

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MUSIC : Untitled 002 with Chrms, Ezzyland and Azadi Records Live
Explore untapped homegrown music

Untitled 002 is the second edition of a series of musical acts that take place at antiSOCIAL every month. An initiative conceptualised in collaboration with UnMute, it’s aim is to support and provide a platform for homegrown artists and keep the underground music culture ingrained.

On Thursday, July 27th, three artists across cities come together to give you a glimpse into the divergent and experimental renditions of chill-hop, RnB, future-bass and electronic music genres at antiSOCIAL. So, head over and delve in to some nifty tunes.

About the artists:

Chrms aka Veer Kowli is a young electronic producer based in Mumbai, India. Inspired by the likes of Flume, Porter Robinson, Oshi and Mr. Carmack. Veer has loved experimenting with design, film and music and has been producing music since the age of 9. He likes to make sounds that have never been heard before without restricting himself to any particular genre, making everything from super-chill, ethereal and feel good tracks to heavy, RnB inspired bangers.
Music : soundcloud.com/chrmsmusic

Azadi Records is a Delhi-based independent record label. Established in 2017 and founded by Uday Kapur, the label seeks to provide a platform for South Asian artists to release forward-thinking, politically conscious music that critically engages with (and comments on) the pressing issues of our time. Their aim is not being underground, but to highlight pertinent stories that are often ignored by the mainstream. They are the label of the culturally conscious, the creators of stories, the explorers of new sounds, new visuals and new mediums that initiate dialogue between different communities around the world.
Music : youtu.be/qIxZzEf-YDc

Sidharth Ezhilan makes music under the name “Ezzyland”. Born in Salem, Tamil Nadu, he was a resident of Dubai for over a decade before returning to Chennai earlier this year. In 2008, he started off making hip-hop beats after being heavily inspired by exposure to an unhealthy amount of rap music at an early age. Two years later, the soundcloud subculture moved him onto electronic and more experimental sounds, giving rise to the "Alien Brown” and "STRVNGELXXPS2" EPs. His "Flavawaves" EP landed him a second interview with RollingStone India, that later led him to fused some of these elements in his first foray into dance music thus birthing ''Comfort Zone".
Three months later, he dropped “Trap Machi”. This project fuses ambient and trip-hop elements with basic trap elements. The track “Deploy Emoji” is the first future-bass track Ezzy ever produced.

His latest EP “Neon Grafx 3k9” is future themed. It draws alternative, ambient and jazz influences. Lowkey, he plans to break barriers between the mainstream garbage and the indie scene thus changing the sounds coming out of India and bridging his homeland with the rest of the world.

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MUSIC : Untitled 002 with Chrms, Ezzyland and Azadi Records Live at antiSOCIAL, 9A & 12A, Hauz Khas Village > 8:30pm on 27th July 2017 MUSIC : Untitled 002 with Chrms, Ezzyland and Azadi Records Live at antiSOCIAL, 9A & 12A, Hauz Khas Village > 8:30pm on 27th July 2017 Reviewed by Rohit Malik on 18:56 Rating: 5

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