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July 18, 2012

A Punk and Disorderly Night at the Verve in Hauz Khas Village

The pogo is certainly going to be high on the list of priorities this Friday (20th July) as the Verve, a new watering hole that has come up in Hauz Khas Village, prepares to host Punk And Disorderly, a  night dedicated to, you guessed it right, Punk and New Wave. This is the inaugural gig at the Verve and accordingly, two of Delhi’s most exciting acts – Indigo Children and The Vinyl Records – have been charged with the responsibility of ensuring that audiences pogo till they drop. Adding another facet of excitement to the evening will be DJ Flexi K (the disc spinning avatar of Stefan Kaye of the Ska Vengers) who will be airing punk gems to complement the spirit of slam dancing.
The Indigo Children is a adrenalin-charged, four-piece outfit that draws its inspiration from punk, garage rock and psychedelia. They have many achievements to their credit, the most recent being their big win at the Hornbill Rock Contest in Nagaland last year. “We make music to shake your body to,” says singer/guitar player/songwriter, Sanchal Malhar. If you don’t believe the man, check out Indigo Children’s super fuzzed-up overdrive here:


The Vinyl Records meanwhile, is an all-girl band that formed an alliance in 2010. The band has racked up numerous concerts across the country and were also featured on MTV F1 Rocks. Spin the Records here:

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