Well it has been one month and one day since the Earthquake and Tsunami hit Japan causing devastation. I remember tweeting that very day saying:
“Regardless of how much control, power and ego we have. Every now and then, the universe reminds us how truly powerless we really are.”
The universe provided a reminder of who is really in control of the world. Out of something negative … positives are bound to come out. A friend of mine, Rekesh Chauhan who believes that “music has the power to cause change” got together with musicians from all around the UK and composed a special musical piece – here is the music video …
Multi Award Winning Shaanti Hosts Eastern Electronic Festival’s After Party, Saturday 2 April at The Hockley.
Shaanti returns back to Birmingham after a one-year hiatus, having rocked London at venues like Cargo, and festivals like The Big Chill with artists such as Asian Dub Foundation, Nitin Sawhney and Engine Earz Experiment.
The night will feature Shammi Pithia and Flux, Juttla Live, Rekesh Chauhan and many more on the night plus surprise guests.
FLUX Live featuring Shammi Pithia on Flute, Drum Percussion, Keyboards, Synth. Flux whose hybrid of sounds includes Western and Indian Classical/Folk, and Jazz. These guys rocked the Eastern Electronic Festival, and are back by shear public demand).
Juttla Live latest performance at the Eastern Electronic Festival.
REKESH CHAUHAN Live on Piano, featuring Rishi Chowdury on Tabla and Guest performers perform some amazing “Cinematic Drum n Bass” to Shaanti.
£5.00 before 12. More After, £5.00 tickets available from
(Only 100 tickets have been allocated, so don’t delay and book them now!
Time: 9.00pm – 4.00am, Bands On Stage from 10.00pm
Venue: The Hockley Bar & Club, Underneath The Big Peg,120 Vyse Street, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham, B16 6NF.
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