For their session at Patio Unplugged, Wilfire performed two songs, You Called and Shadows
For their session with Patio Unplugged, The Pinestone Project played Float Through To You, a song about healing scars after a battle with one's inner demons
For his Patio Unplugged session, Rajesh Ravi presented a song titled Jaageer, about Mumbai's auto rickshaw drivers
At its session for Patio Unplugged, Corner Cafe Chronicles played originals Sunday Nights With Rosie and Rochelle
With the advent and increased use of expensive gadgets, turntables and processors, music in the social media epoch is more of an extension of all that is man-controlled. But Tejas’ music is a sweet escape to the time when melody and words were the real players.
StringyCheese & CrackerJack play some of their original compositions, and re-imagine some well-known rock tracks for their performance at Patio Unplugged
Nathanael Mookhtiar's band was originally formed as a classic blues rock 'n roll act, but now performs as a modern blues, funk and jazz band
Mohit Mukhi, Mumbai based singer-songwriter, performed for Patio Unplugged with his band at The Habitat, Mumbai
Tapas incorporates various genres into its rock songs, along with a touch of familiar Indian-ness
On Patio Unplugged, Kenneth Soares performs two songs, 'O Violet', and 'One Call Away', where his vocals are beautifully measured and his lyrics flow like a poem
HOOK is a delight for anyone who has grown up listening to Alice in Chains, Soundgarden, Pearl Jam and Nirvana.
Patio Unplugged: The Bassic sing of teenage suffering and are reminiscent of your favorite pop-rock groups
The Bassic, a four-piece all-girl group from Mumbai, will remind you of a number of pop-rock sensations.
"It's kind of depressing," is how Ramya Pothuri describes the second single 'Keep You Here'. The track moves at a pace that lets your mind takes its own course. The subdued melody of the guitar that lingers under Ramya's mournful, reflective voice takes you back to a familiar feeling. 'Keep You Here' deals with a person's inevitable longing to find an identity, and a home.
Patio Unplugged: Indie electronic rock duo Perfect Blunder find beauty in the debris of love, life and loss
Perfect Blunder sound like a crossover between Plain White T's and Owl City, but with just a touch of an indelible sadness.
Tanisha Serrao wants to dispel all the tiny annoyances, and the big difficulties from the lives of her listeners, even if it's for one tiny minute.
Umang S Mehta (aka USM) is a Mumbai-based musician who quit his thriving law career to play some good ol' blues music.