Swaras finally said yes to Bollywood

December 30, 2013


Every band in the world claims to be “different” but Swaras certainly is, they are always about the quality while paying attention to the details and never in a rush to release their work. So far every single of theirs is very experimental in nature especially when it comes to the aspect of world fusion.

Swaras working with Glen Drover of Megadeth on their new track

June 14, 2011

Swaras (“The seven notes of the scale (swaras)” in English) is a semi classical pop/rock Pakistani band from Toronto.

Emerging from the genre of “World Fusion”, Swaras‘ music is not just an amalgamation of the Classical Eastern and Rocking Western harmonies but also a synthesis of the world melodies like African Conga drums, Italian Violin, Spanish Guitars, Chinese folk flutes, Punjabi Dhol, Arabic Cello, Persian DAF etc.

Swaras is currently working with Glen Drover, a heavy metal guitarist from Canada who is best known as the former lead guitarist in Megadeth.

Swaras – Kya Khushi (Download Audio)

March 24, 2011

Swaras – Kya Khushi (Download Audio)

Band: Swaras

Song: Kya Khushi

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World Fusion Instrument: Spanish Guitar

Composition: Asad Qizilbash & Talha Syed
Vocals: Asad Qizilbash & Hassan Bokhari
Lead/Rhythm/Bass Guitars: Hassan Bokhari
Drums: Chris Lysiak
Track Arrangements: Hassan Bokhari
Recorded at: Alcatrax Studios, Toronto, Canada
Poetry: Shereen Gul Rana
Support: All the fans, friends, family and The Almighty

5 Minutes With Asad Qizilbash Of Swaras (Interview)

By Hasan

We normally see artists and bands playing a particular niche of music. But if you’re looking for versatility, and a sound that blends world music into one concoction. Look no further.

Swaras (“The seven notes of the scale” in English) is a semi classical pop/rock band from Toronto, Canada, formed in June 2009 by Asad Qizilbash who is also the lead vocalist and composer of the band’s music.

Swaras consists of only two band members Asad Qizilbash and Hassan Bokhari.

I caught up with Asad and asked him a few questions.