at Radio Bar, Bandra West,
on 27th July.
Kumail Hamid is a young music producer, who has been experimenting with music that can only be classified under the ambiguous label of “electronic music”. His music boldly pushes the level of experimentation of the current “scene” beyond its club friendly confines, exploring the more ethereal regions of sound. Heavily manipulated live recordings coupled with atmospheric synths and meticulously panned rhythm sections form the fundamental characteristics of his music.
His live act ranges from ambient soundscapes to his more recent, Hip-Hop influenced beats. So far, Kumail has released two well received EP’s and his most recent, very colourful full length album titled ‘Links’.
At the bleeding edge of his own future, Zokhuma (Arman Menzies) represents the end of old things, the beginning of new ones, and a forged alliance with those making alternative electronic music in previously uncharted territories. Unafraid to criss-cross between soundscapes you’ve never heard—think frantic, chopped-up African beats or moodier, experimental electronica—and soundscapes that are all too familiar, his
sensibilities have a way of putting any audience at ease. As does his infectious energy behind the console.
Unpredictable, experimental Electronic music.
Kumail and Zokhuma pushing the boundries of the known.
Going Underground at Radio bar.
WHAT’S NU ABOUT THIS?
These artists aren’t shy to blow your mind with their extraterrestrial tunes.