The Evolution of Coke Studio Pakistan

July 2, 2012

By Ahmad Uzair

Coke Studio is one of the biggest musical phenomenon of the past decade and five years on, it is still successfully running and much appreciated by a wide audience all across the globe. It all started in 2008 when Rohail Hyatt of Vital Signs fame came up with his brain child and an idea that instantly clicked. Although the first season was quite a big hit and introduced a new dimension to the local music scene, but many people were still not really aware of this project and it took some time for them to digest it.

Noori Get Their Voice Heard On BBC 5

June 19, 2012

By Hasan Faridi

Legendary Pakistani rock group Noori flew on a long journey to the U.S prior to their gig at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Who knew they’d also fly through the airwaves in the UK too?

Likewise, Noori scored an interview with presenter Giles Dilnot in BBC 5’s “Up all Night” show.

Even though the interview was less than 5 minutes in length, Ali Noor had a good chance to speak out about the current climate of the Pakistani music industry and the event itself.

Noori ‘Live At The Rock Musicarium’ Released

May 19, 2012

As you may already know, Noori had been working on to release a new album, “Live At The Rock Musicarium,” which would be Pakistan’s first Live Concert CD.

Today on May 19th, 2012, the band officially launched their album under its own label “BIY Records,” under which they previously released the album “Uss Paar” by Qayaas.

The album, which consists of 11 live tracks, can be purchased from iTunes for $9.99 and Amazon for $8.99. It is also available in some of the major cities in Pakistan.

Click here to listen to the demos.

Below is a list of locations where the CD is available! More coming soon!