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REProduce ADE x RBMA Listening Showcase Feat. Spryk, Sid Vashi & more

26 February 2017
Mumbai
The Mumbai Assembly

Hashback Hashish
Over multiple tours across Europe, the US, China, and of course India, Ashish Sachan has been producing electronic music for over five years, showcasing unrelenting minimal techno DJ sets and live production sets that swell, rise, and fall, sometimes over hours. His last live set in Bombay was at Coral Studios in Bandra last summer, and this will be his second live production set in this city. Aside from making his own music, he also runs CIRCUIT, a label that has had releases from producers such as Jamblu, 5volts, Perc, and _RHL.
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Spryk
Tejas Nair has been making music under the aegis of Spryk for just over the past three years. Post his training as a sound engineer, he has spent most of his time developing scores for video games, VR experiences, and apps; spatial audio, binaural sound, and more broadly speaking, the world of electronic music production is the context of his exploration. Having done a number of DJ sets over the years, this performance will mark his first live production set to a public.
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Fuzzy Logic
Arfaaz Kagalwala’s work spans over ten years - initially as a drummer in Slowdown Clown, then as half of Tempo Tantrick, and finally as solo project Fuzzy Logic. Showcasing his innate skill for percussion with his own vocals, the project has grown and evolved over the years, sometimes incorporating drum kits, sometimes his vocals, and sometimes, just a rinse of analogue gear. This session will showcase the latter.
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Sid Vashi
Hailing from the suburbs of Detroit, Sid grew up with a deep love for 'Bombay' (Rahman's album as well as the city), Bollywood music and saxophone. His work to date has showcased a mix of jazz, electronica, minimal lyrics, field recording from different parts of the country along with Hindi songs stealthily sliding somewhere. For this session he aims to present a body of work that he has yet to anywhere else.
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Colin Benders
As a 17 year old trumpet player Colin Benders had already toured Europe, South Africa and Indonesia. Post that, The Kyteman Orchestra - a series of completely improvised concerts with no prepared scores, scheme or key aside from a sort of sign language to direct the musicians - showcased a more classical approach, one that would often incorporate more than 50 people on stage for every concert. This session will compact these experiences into a couple of boxes filled with (mainly analogue) synthesizer modules, presenting a polyphonic/harmonic approach.
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Sawhorse
Trained as a medical engineer, Aditya Nandwana has spent the past three years working towards bringing a different side of his technical skill to a public - he directs and runs Animal Factory Amplification, a firm that specialises in making fuzz guitar pedals. Over the course of doing so, and having luminaries such as Mogwai and Alan Moulder appreciate and use his work, in 2016 he began to produce his own music as Sawhorse. 2017 will see him broaden his product line - an affordable, bespoke, and completely unique take on a modular synthesizer, the first of its kind to be made and sold in India.
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Madboy
As half of Madboy/Mink, and prior to that, as frontman for The Pulp Society, Imaad Shah’s career to date has spanned film, theatre, and of course, music. In in 2016, he began to explore a slightly different musical experiment under his solo project as Madboy, one that explores live sequencing, analog gear, his guitar, and lyrics sung in both Hindi and English.
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DISQUIET
20 year old Brij Dalvi’s music as DISQUIET reflects a distinct side of his pedigree. While Three Oscillators explores more dance floor friendly tropes, DISQUIET pushes more into the realm of drone and noise, slightly paranoid, yet tightly controlled. This short set will mark his second performance to date.

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sparkle & fade
19, based in Bombay, and possessing a talent that belies his age, Palash Kothari’s pedigree straddles something between the bizarre and the telling. After winning a Sunburn DJ competition (while DJing for the first time ever), then getting signed to a label in Italy, and then dropping out under the assumption that the industry must indeed be patently absurd - all by the ripe old age of 17 - he has resurfaced in 2016 under two aliases; particlestorm, and the project that this session will showcase: sparkle & fade.
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Time: 4pm

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