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NIFT, New Delhi's Annual Fest, Spectrum, to be Held between Feb 25-27

Feb 25, 03:25pm

Spectrum, the annual cultural fest hosted by NIFT, will be held between Feb 25-27, also featuring Demiurge: The Battle of The Bands. 

Spectrum, the annual cultural fest hosted by the National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), New Delhi, returns this year for a three-day extravaganza between February 25-27. For people who have been regular attendees, the festival claims to hit back harder in 2014, flaunting a plethora of events including, body painting, street play, solo and group dance, food eating, poetry writing as well as its annual fashion show. There is a little bit of everything for everyone.

And apart from all of this, Spectrum 2014 will host Demiurge: The Battle Of The Bands, on Tuesday, February 26, headlined by Delhi’s electro-hardcore metal band, Phobia and boasting a bigger and better show this year. With a line-up which includes bands like indie acoustic band, L for Vendetta; progressive heavy metal outfit Trigger; blues/funk rock band Red Shorts; hardcore metal act Alien Sky Cult; world fusion setup The Hans Raj Projekt, The Glass Elevator and hardcore/melodic metal band, Dark Moon Eternity, this edition of Demiurge might turn out to be better than anticipated. Hold up, that’s not all, the fest will also host their solo music events on February 27 including western acoustic singing, Indian classical singing and instrumental solo contests. Capping off the night with their performances will be bands including psychedelic rock band, The Urban Earlymen; the ever-so popular Delhi-based electronic act, DJ Nucleya and Delhi’s experimental fusion duo, Adi & Suhail. All those in favour of spending three days of unmitigated fun, be sure not to miss it.

 

 

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