July 11, 2009 4:22:35 am
Music aficionados can rejoice as the Deaf Bass Twins will be performing for the first time in Pune at The Loop Lounge tomorrow. The twins are Prashant Bhatnagar aka Parsh and Piyush Bhatnagar aka Sound Avtar. Wicked yet cultural,their music revolves around blending of souls,sampling Indian elements and layering the numbers with various Western percussions,lending the song an influence all of their own. Piyush derives his music from Electronica,Asian Underground,leaving you awe-struck with some innovative sounds. Not just that,this dirty dub-step lover,producer and sound engineer gained expertise for his peculiar style by pursuing a diploma in sound engineering from the School of Audio Engineering (SAE),Mumbai. Hes been producing phenomenal tunes for a long time now and at the age of 18,has been recognised and appreciated by most electronica artists in India as well as abroad.
A model life
Mumbai-based Saffron Events is all set to organise the Saffron Maharashtra Princess and Prince 2010. Announcing the audition for the regional round of Pune Prince and Princess 2010,to be held on July 15 at Gold Gym,Kalyani Nagar and of the finals on August 19 at Ishanya Mall,CEO,Saffron Events Vijay G Kalose said,Our aim is to provide a platform to talented young boys and girls of Maharashtra who aspire to build a career in modelling. Our shows are organised keeping in mind the Indian tradition and culture.” The regional rounds of the event will be held in Satara,Kolhapur,Nashik and Mumbai and the top three winners of the regional event will finally compete for the coveted title of Saffron Maharashtra Princess and Prince 2010,which will be held on July 25,2010 in Pune. Anyone above the age of 18,who is a resident of Maharashtra and unmarried,is eligible to participate. If a contestant below the age of 18 years wants to participate,he/she can do so by getting a consent letter from their parents. Forms for the audition of the regional round of Pune Prince and Princess 2010 are available at all VLCC centres.
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