CityFM89 celebrates World Music Day across the country (Pictures)

On Friday, the 22nd of June 2012, CityFM89 celebrated World Music Day in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad simultaneously. 20 up and coming Pakistani bands performed in the three cities.

The Karachi event took place at Port Grand. Khalid Malik of The Breakfast Show on CityFM89 hosted the evening. The show started off with Hassan Hussain performing Pakistani pop classics and his original single “Rangeen Raat” Up next was 7 on 3rd, fronted by Gibran Nasir, who performed covers of popular songs such as Adele’s Rolling In The Deep and Vital Signs’ ‘Dil Dil Pakistan.’

Positive – Alif Allah, Meem Mohammad, Aen Ali (Download Audio)

Positive – Alif Allah, Meem Mohammad, Aen Ali (Download Audio)

Band: Positive

Song: Alif Allah, Meem Mohammad, Aen Ali

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Alif Allah, a Sufi Kalam by Bulleh Shah, is from Positive’s upcoming album. The track has already been taken by Mobilink Jazz for their Ramadan TV commercial.


Alif Allah Meem Mohammad Aein Ali Keh Jana,
Baqi sab annr binnr unnr bunrr kya?
Aey Maula rehm da meenh wasavey,
baqi sab kanr kinrr kunrr kunrr kya?
aey Bullehya yaar da mela howay,
deenh uho, baqi jumo chanchar chun chun kia?

Guns N’ Roses’ Bumblefoot Appreciates “Positive the Band” for “House of Lords”?

January 14, 2011

Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal is an American guitarist, songwriter and producer best known for being one of two current lead guitarists in the hard rock band Guns N’ Roses.

Earlier this week, Positive the band (also known as the Guns N’ Roses of Hyderabad) performed their track “House of Lords” at Base Rock Cafe. The recording of the track then made it’s way to the bumblefoot who then appreciated the song and the band in a personal message, reported Base Rock Cafe.

The excerpt from the personal message can be read below:

Fashion surrenders to Sufism

January 31, 2010

By Madeeha Syed

The venue has played host to some of the greatest music projects in the history of Pakistani pop. Image-maker extraordinaire Nabila had hosted a show that was an eclectic mix of art, fashion, folk and rock ‘n’ roll and had the audience seated in a circular seating arrangement with the band right in the center of the performance area. Making a formidable team with Ather Hafeez designing the costumes, Zain Mustafa for art direction, some of the best musicians in the country contributing to the music – Emu (keyboards), Shallum (lead guitars), Khalid (bass guitar) and Gumby (drums) – along with vocal talent in the form of Positive (Nazar and Yousuf), Saieen Tufail and Shehryar Tariq, Nabila made sure that the event was an experience that appeased and excited both the visual and the sound sensibilities of those present.

Positive Making a Come Back with “The Fire & The Spirit”



One of my all time favorite bands Positive (I refer them as Guns n’ Roses of Pakistan) is going to make a come back now with their debut album “The Fire & The Spirit”. I got in to contact with Nazr (vocalist) a while back and he told me that the band was in berlin (Germany) for a while playing for “Black Box”. For now the band has posted its track list. KoolMuzone will be keeping you posted about more updates from the band.

The Fire & The Spirit – Track list

The Spirit
1. khatay hoon na peetay hoon
2. Taar
3. Awaaz Aya Hik Alasti
4. Hith Naheen
5. Moujood
6. House Of Lord

The Fire
1. Roz e Azal
2. Zarkhareed
3. Umeed
4. Awazain
5. Raston Pay Bikhray
6. Khoon e Hayat