REProduce Rinse at The Junction
Thursday, 15th February 2017, 9PM-??
On Thursday, February 15th, New Delhi based music collective REProduce Artists will showcase a number of acts that we’ve had perform at our Listening Room series in a new venue for us, The Junction in Green Park.
On Friday, January 12th, New Delhi based music collective REProduce Artists will return to a new series focused on the vagaries of an evening in Delhi - REProduce Rinse. This weekly aims to give producers a window to rinse out his or her take on the music they love over the course of a longer exploratory set.
The series that inspires this intervention aims to fill a gap in the ever iterating and increasingly varied community of live music in India by showcasing talent that might not get heard in the more mainstream oriented venues. REProduce Listening Room focuses purely on the music – in a space where an audience can absorb sound on their own terms.
For this event, we will be presenting three of Delhi’s finest, taking over this space in the way that we do.
Jamblu (New Delhi, India)
“Kartik’s solo project as Jamblu can be traced back to his adolescence, but we’ve only had the good fortune of coming to grips with it for just over three years. Over three releases, his take on production reveals what the benefits of never compromising to suit anyone but yourself can mean in practice. His live performances, however, often present something else entirely. It is rare that any of his two sets will resemble one another, ranging from exercises in sub sonic frequencies, collaborations with harpists, cellists, and most recently, his own voice.”
he’s going to come in with a microphone and use his voice and also he has other instruments and he’s gonna do some stuff kinda like what he did at a bedlam taping once and then he’ll probably DJ whatever he likes
D80 (New Delhi, India)
“Anubhav Sharma has spent years on a certain unwavering vision - to bring his vision of disco to a public. Equally inspired equally by the likes of Lindstrøm on one hand and Sapan Jagmohan on the other, his DJ sets showcase recordings that span eras of disco across different geographies and contexts, while his live production sets focus on his own explorations of the form using synthesisers and analogue equipment. Having grown up in Delhi with a stint in Los Angeles, his recent return to Delhi has seen him bringing this body of work back to India.”
i think last time he used a table fan? i haven’t been around in a while i have no idea whats going on. once i saw this video of him in leh and i felt like i was looking at this hun type character because he had a big beard and a hun laugh.
Hashback Hashish (New Delhi, India)
“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. 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.”
i’ve heard so many observers suggest that ashish is terribly intimidating in his live presence over the years that I now assume I am qualified to write an academic article about how there is an inverse relationship between the perceived threat of sideways head jerking on the 4th bar of every 16, and the scale of grace and calm that is expressed amongst men from lucknow - i am absolutely not qualified to write this article - what can I say; listen to all the Circuit releases, attempt to imitate the sideways head jerk, you won’t be able to, and you’ll just look like an idiot who is fundamentally lying to him or herself.
Visuals for the evening will be produced and conceived of by Saagar Gavri AKA Si.ine. For more information please visit:
The Junction: lbb.in/delhi/junction-hauz-khas-foodgasm
REProduce Artists: instagram.com/reproduceartists
Listening Room: win.gs/2iqDjpX