warpcore weekend guide 1.5


As they say, there is no rest for the wicked, similarly, India’s nightlife scene never ceases to amaze as a litany of fantastic artists are touring India across the weekend to the delight of musically conscious audiences all across the country.

Soul Space: Easily one of the most gifted producers in the indie music circuit, Soul Space has crafted a niche for himself being known for an eccentric sound that’s an amalgamation of electro, house, indie and techno. His recent track “Lotus Eater” has also been featured on the Get Physical India compilation. He playing in Calcutta on Saturday as a part of the Bleep turns 2 celebrations at TopCat.

Parra for Cuva: Nicolas Demuth returns to New Delhi for the second time in four years this Thursday as his alter ego Parra for Cuva where he will mesmerise the crowd at Auro Kitchen & Bar in a swirl of electronica. This time around he comes off the heels of his latest album “Paspatou” which has been making waves sweeping people in electronica which is melancholic, euphoric — transcending mainstream music.

Wild City record store day: The team behind India’s quintessential alternative music guide and most forward looking electronic music festival, WildCity, are celebrating record store day with a BBQ at Delhi’s infamous Auro Kitchen & Bar on Saturday. What’s unique about this day long event is that there will be people who’ve never before tried their hands on the console including UnMute agency co-founder Dev Bhatia.

Ryan Davis: Anjunadeep bigwig, Ryan Davies will be performing live at Delhi’s Summer House Cafe bringing his distinct house influenced sound to partygoers.

Jeremy Underground: Coming to Bangalore’s dreamy Kitty Ko rooftop bar and Bombay’s techo heaven Kitty Su over the weekend, Jeremy Underground promises to bring his underground vibes to audiences in these two cities mixing elements of electro, house and techno giving out true warehouse vibes. Another one for the books.