Vande Mataram (Rock Version) Live at IIM Rohtak

Hindi Rock Song Na Jaane Free Download

As we’ve said many a times – we just love covering songs that have a huge and wide rock chorus. Looking for a new song to cover and after going through a bunch of songs, we decided to pick up the beautiful, patriotic, and the ever-so-legendary-tune, ‘Vande Mataram’, and created our own version of the song. Although, still a WIP piece, we thought of playing the song live to gauge audience’s response, and we need not even say how fantastic it was. Here’s us playing for the first time, our rendition of the popular AR Rahman tune, ‘Vande Mataram’ at IIM Rohtak’s Pro Nite: Vande Mataram (Rock Version) by Antariksh…

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Dil Chahta Hai Rock Version Live at IIM Rohtak

2014, so far has certainly been a fantastic year for us. Of all the gigs we played in January, the ones at TEDx SGGSCC, IIM Rohtak, and IIIT Delhi have been the most amazing ones. And one song that undoubtedly makes the audience go crazy at every concert is our version of Dil Chahta Hai (Title Track). A groovy song with a really wide chorus, nice chords, groovy bass lines, and an edgy, bluesy solo, if we were to define the genre, ‘Hindi Rock’ in one song, Dil Chahta Hai would be that song. Here’s a live video of our version of Dil Chahta Hai from one of our gigs…

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AAP effect and Tour Diaries: A surprisingly pleasant incident on our way to a show at IIM Rohtak

Let us tell you about a really funny and a surprisingly pleasant incident that happened a few days ago. Comfortably seated in a cab, on a pleasant winter afternoon, were headed to IIM Rohtak to play at gig their Pro Night event on January 19th. Somewhere near Bahadurgarh, a few cops dressed in Khakhis signalled our driver to stop the cab. We were a little surprised as the driver had committed no offense. We were not speeding, we had our seat belts – nothing was out of place. We asked the driver, “kya hua bhaiyya” and he was like “kuch nahi sir, 100-50 rupaye lene hain inko”. No surprises, the cops started…

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