Zohaib Kazi – Black Coffee ‘Khwabon Mein’

Zohaib Kazi - Black Coffee - Khwabon Mein

Artists: Zohaib Kazi featuring Abbas Ali Khan, Omran Shafique, Sara Haider, Imam Hamdani, Bradley D’Souza with Gumby

Song: Black Coffee ‘Khwabon Mein’

Download Black Coffee and the first batch of Ismail Ka Urdu Sheher from here!

So, it is finally here. The build up to the album launch of ‘Ismail Ka Urdu Sheher’ which has been inspired from the novella of the same name, written by Zohaib Kazi. This song has been adapted from the 3rd chapter ‘Black Coffee – Khwabon Mein’ of the novella.

Zohaib Kazi – Black Coffee – Khwabon Mein (Video Stills)

August 28, 2013

Check out the stills from Zohaib Kazi‘s next release ‘Black Coffee – Khwabon Mein’ featuring Abbas Ali Khan and Sara Haider on vocals, Omran Shafique on electric, Imam Hamdani on acoustic, Bradley Dsouza on bass along with Louis J. Pinto ‘Gumby‘ on drums and percussions. It’s the 3rd chapter from Zohaib’s album/novella ‘Ismail Ka Urdu Sheher‘. Watch the 6 second preview flash here. Song goes live on Friday August, 30th.

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5 Minutes with Rahim Saranjam Khan [Interview]

We sat down with Rahim Saranjam Khan who recently performed a session for Ufone Uth Records 2.0 and talked about his work, experience with Ufone Uth Records and possible future endeavors.

Q) How did you begin? How do you define your sound?

A) I began playing the guitar 12 years ago when I was in school. My sound is a mixture of rock, blues, Indian classical and jazz. I am still trying to perfect it.

Ufone Uth Records 2.0 Presents Rahim Saranjam Khan with their Final Episode this Season!

April 3, 2012

[Pakistan – 2nd April 2012]: Following the performance of //orangenoise, Ufone Uth Records 2.0 introduce their final artist for this season: Rahim Saranjam Khan. The Ufone Uth Records Season finale with Rahim will be aired on the 7th of April, 2012.

Hailing from the highlands of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Rahim Saranjam Khan is a self-taught musician who plays the guitar, piano, harmonium and the melodeon. As the founding member and vocalist of the band JUM and as a vocalist for the band Above.