Basement gets Alive

As many of you would relate to me, life in an engineering school gets more and more tough and exhausting as the semester approaches the mid. Any extra curricular activity during it really releases your work tensions, but of course for a very short period of time.

Few days back, I got a call from Nestle and they invited me to an event which was basically a live concert of Nescafe Basement showcasing the whole new younger lot of Pakistani music scene mentored by Zulfiqar Jabbar Khan a.k.a Xulfi.

What is brewing in the Basement?

September 22, 2012

With the advent of Coke Studio, we were introduced to a whole brand new idea of presenting the musical acts which instantly got popularized with the audience. It was the element of ‘renewal’ which made even old songs, a treat to listen. More over due to the uncertain security conditions prevailing around the country, the number of live concerts has ceased to a considerable low amount and this has paved way to the opening of other alternative live platforms or sessions where artists can experiment with their own sound and the audience too can have the taste and chance to catch up with the live and un-plugged performances of their favorite stars by merely sitting in front of internet or TV screens.