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Apr 29, 06:13pm

bhane.live, the three day music festival fom the 'House of bhane' is set to be hosted in Meherchand Market from May 2 to 4.

Starting off on May 2, for three days Delhi’s Meherchand Market is going to play host to the bhane.live music festival from the ‘House of bhane.’ bringing some grooved-out musicians your way, to commemorate the opening of the brand’s flagship store, bhane.WIP, and the launch of bhane.fm – a platform for sharing and discovering music. The three day festival flaunts a star studded line up of electronic artists, musicians, and DJs, who’ll be playing at this cool new festival: Delhi’s When Pandas Attack, Mumbai’s eclectic funk/electronic act AlgoRhythm, Nanok, Delhi's Frame/Frame, and Raxit Tewari’s Your Chin are some of the acts included on the bill.

bhane.live is also aimed at promoting bhane.’s new venture, bhane.fm, a platform that will allow users to discover and share music online. The playlists and mixes for bhane.live are curated by the resident ‘House of bhane.’ DJ duo Ase and dubSekhri, part of MadStarBase, an international music crew spanning members from the USA, UK, Jamaica, and India.

Visit the Facebook events page for more information.

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