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Best Gigs in Delhi NCR

Jitter: Jitter aka Jayant’s musical boundaries are limitless with influences that come from a wide spectrum of artists and musicians ranging from Indian classical, electronica, rock, techno and ambient fused together to create something unique. Catch him live at Raise the Bar in Gurgaon on the 8th.  

9Lives: Ricky Teja seamlessly blends Deep, Melodic House & Techno to get you grooving on the dance floor. He brings his signature brand of mayhem to Auro Kitchen and Bar in New Delhi on the 8th.  

Doctor Dru: One of the key proponents of contemporary house, Doctor Dru’s melodies and beats carry that “funk oomph” to put you in the mood. With his experience as a drummer and years of producing music under his belt, he knows how to get a party groovin’. He brings the funk to LIT in Delhi on the 8th.  

Ben Böhmer: Honing his musical stylings on a piano and trumpet before discovering the synthesizer, Ben Bohmer’s music ebbs and flows to the heart of the dance floor while maintaining a compositional brilliance that sparks uncanny melodies and rhythms. He creates magic at Auro Kitchen and Bar in Delhi on the 9th.    

Best Gigs outside Delhi NCR

Ben Bohmer Live in Mumbai: Before laying the smackdown on Delhi with his signature grooves, Ben Bohmer visits Mumbai for an appetizer. Catch him at Kitty Su on the 6th.  

Jonas Rathsman, Anish Sood and Ashes: Jonas Rathsman is an experienced artist with releases on many respected labels and creates music that leans on house music’s fundamentals but tapers off into different tangents. Anish Sood plays a versatile mix of house, techno and electro while Ashes’ mix of house and electro is peppered with unique sonic landscapes. They hit antiSOCIAL in Mumbai on the 6th. 

ElectroPhazz: ElectroPhazz’s mix of Neo-Soul Jazz and Hip-Hop is blended with infectious grooves that promise to groove even the most left-footed among us. They perform at The BlueBop Cafe in Mumbai on the 6th.  

Tama Sumo and Lakuti: Over the years, Tama sumo’s sets have developed to cover House, Techno, Jazz, Disco, Broken Beat, Soul, Funk and Afro Beat. The Berlin-based DJ spins a wide spectrum of sounds, almost as diverse as her discography. Lakuti is a singer and producer from South Africa that blends her love for Jazz with House. They bring the house down at antiSOCIAL in Mumbai on the 7th. 

VH1 Supersonic Festival 2020: From energetic electronic artists to global pioneers of hip-hop music and the best indie rock artists, this edition of the VH1 Supersonic Festival is going to be bigger than ever. Prateek Kuhad, Machine Gun Kelly, Chon and Divine are just some of the musical treats waiting for you starting on the 7th at the Mahalaxmi Lawns in Pune. 

Sampa The Great: The Zambian-born, Botswana-raised and now Melbourne based artist Sampa The Great’s musical sees her mix hip-hop, neo-soul, gospel, afrobeat and jazz to create something new. She’s live at Fandom at Gilly’s Redefined in Bengaluru on the 7th. 

Karsh Kale (DJ Set): Karsh Kale is widely regarded as a pioneer of global fusion and electronica. Be it with his live ensembles, or as a world-renowned producer, Karsh Kale continues to push the boundaries of music in many directions. He is the party starter at Foxtrot in Kormangla on the 7th with a special DJ Set. 

PAJI: A violinist, composer and producer, Paji is known to employ a wide array of instruments to blend with synthesizers and electronica. His unique concoction is a sip away on the 7th at Nazaara in Bengaluru. 

Tama Sumo and Lakuti in Bengaluru: After showing Mumbai their honed chops, Tama Sumo and Lakuti head to Bengaluru on the 8th, performing live at Pebble.  

Man With No Shadow: With legendary raves and sick dance floor grooves, The Man with No Shadow is an icon of the Dutch club scene. Supporting him with a strong undercurrent of Melodic House and techno, Seventh Sea has been around for over a decade. Together, they burn the house down at Aqua The Park in Bengaluru on the 9th.