Roxen COPIED Omer Nadeem

January 29, 2009

Omar Nadeem and Haider used to play for Jal initially. Jal didn’t give any credit to them for their work. They started working with Atif then in his live sessions. After Atif released his album he said goodbye to them. They started two projects then one with Roxen and other was their solo project Sifaar. […]

Guns N’ Roses of Hyderabad

January 27, 2009

A great part of my heart, soul and this site is dedicated to what i refer as “Guns N’ Roses of Hyderabad”. Yes, there was a Guns N’ Roses in Hyderabad, Pakistan called “Positive“. Unfortunately we kicked them away. When I listen to the bands currently playing for Pakistan, I don’t see a single band […]

Dawn Images – Reading into Songs

January 25, 2009

Source: Dawn Images FIRST PERSON: Reading into songs By Halima Mansoor Photography: Waheed Khalid Over a year ago, Co-VEN came out with Volume One and Two (in one edition) and now their third album is almost ready to be released. Untitled as yet, the album is bolder in terms of arrangements, compositions and once released, […]

Tribute to Vital Signs: Abbas Ali khan

January 23, 2009

“Vital Signs” was the best damn thing that happened to Pakistan. Every time I listen to them I realize Junaid Jamshed was the best vocalist we ever had. Extremely talented and creative musicians like Amir Zaki and Rohail Hyatt played for the band and what hurts me the most is that they are gone. It […]

Ganda Banda and 3D Cats

January 21, 2009

Ganda Banda and 3D (3 Dead) cats was formed in 1996 by Ali, Babar, Ahmed and Rizwan, students of Indus Valley School of Arts-Karachi. The band released album in 2005 which had 4 original and 5 cover tracks. Later the band broke up and Ali went solo. He did a song “Kachwa Bachao” for WWF […]

Ali Noor’s Diary

January 2, 2009

The post is taken from Ali Noor’s (Noori) diary. He has been a father recently and this is his first love poem The Love of my life…a few hours away I never thought I’d do this That I write for someone I love.. Always considered it an injustice to the emotion… But I can’t help […]