DanceOKPlease with FUNC, Pulpy Shilpy & Three Oscillators at Khar Social


About Dance Ok Please

A new mid-week property brought to you by Social x Krunk which will focus on showcasing local talent pushing Hip Hop, Reggae, Funk, Disco, House and Bass.

About FUNC

Guitar hero, electronic producer, dub pioneer, graphic artist; Randolph Correia has a long line of credits to his name, but the genre-bending niche he has carved remains his most iconic achievement. As Func, the guitarist and producer have dabbled in genres ranging from glitch & funk to dub, alternative rock & drum and bass, while all his live shows take place exclusively under his moniker Func Live.

Pentagram was no doubt a revolution in independent Indian music; starting off as their guitarist and producer over two decades ago. They made history as the first Indian outfit to be invited to perform at Glastonbury Festival
in 2005, along with the likes of Chemical Brothers, Tori Amos and Fatboy Slim.

Shaa’ir + Func, formed with Monica Dogra in 2005, is another musical phenomenon with Randolph on guitar/production duties. Their East-meets- West electronic music laden with glitch and funk — coupled with their explosive performances and head-turning get-ups — had them shooting to wild popularity, becoming a gateway band into the Indian indie gig scene for scores of fans.

2003 had him forming FUNCInternational, a solo moniker to best reflect him musically, through which he has released 3 albums including ‘Dubba’ and ‘Mushroom Maratha’, bringing dub to Indian shores for the first time. He also performs as FUNC live, his moniker for his live gigs.

Randolph was one of the heavyweights to kick off WOBBLE! nights at Bonobo, Bandra — Bombay’s premier bass-heavy night, where the freshest sounds ranging from hip hop to glitch house, dubstep, drumstep and drum N bass were to be found.

About Pulpy Shilpy

When poetess and producer Pulpy Shilpy released her first single “Kaadal Mannan” – a plea to break away from the medieval marital habits of her ancestors – Rolling Stone said she was at her “feminist fiercest”. A year afer, the feisty songstress has dropped her brand new gritty electro EP SLOUGH: “A wonderful sonic experiment that provokes a mind-bending, cathartic journey woven by glitchy sounds, 8-bit effects, and provocative wordplay and storytelling,” says Wild City!

For Dance OK Please, she will perform a unique disco-inspired journey with songs from her EP as well as new work in progress.

About Three Oscillators

Formed in 2015, three oscillators is a project that consists of Brij Dalvi and Avit Rane. The sound that Three oscillators strives to follow falls under the realm of glitch, sci-fi influences and the future. Seamlessly shifting through genres within these attributes, three oscillators is a diverse mix of otherworldly samples and dreamy sounds. Under this project, TO narrates stories through this wonderful, limitless medium we call electronic music. 2017 saw three oscillators play their first few gigs in places like antiSOCIAL Mumbai, Raasta, Bombay and Bonobo among others. They’re also a part of jwala, a newly formed artist collective based out of Mumbai where they put out some
tunes intermittently on jwala’s monthly compilations.

The duo has since opened for reputed international acts like Parra For Cuva and The Micronaut, and have been featured on COLORSXSTUDIOS, Rolling Stone India and Platform Magazine among others. They’ve released two EPs and a handful of singles and have a lot of upcoming music that they hope will find a home in playlists around the world.

Date: Thursday, 27th June 2019

Time: 10 pm Onward

Entry: Free

Contact:075063 94243

Venue: Khar Social, Rohan Plaza, 5th Road, Ram Krishna Nagar, Ram Krishna Nagar, Khar West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400052