Pentagram sets Delhiites jiving on electro rock beats

Delhiites were seen having a blast on the electro rock beats of the band Pentagram who recently performed in the capital on the launch of Bavarian Microbrewery and kitchen restaurant in Gurgaon.

Led by Singer-Music composer Vishal Dadlani, with Randolph Correia on guitars, Papal Mane on bass and Shiraz Bhattacharya on drums, Pentagram is a four piece Indian electro rock band that started in 1994 in mumbai. Regarded as one of the pioneers of original Indian independent music, the band has received much recognition and has played in venues around the world including the Glastonbury festival in the UK in 2005.

The venue was packed to the full capacity and the crowd was super excited to see the band perform. “Its not regular for the band to perform here in Delhi. And being one of my favourite bands, I have come all the way from Rajouri to attend their performance. The music they are playing tonight is just out of the world. Its just amazing. I am so glad I came.” said Rajiv Bhatt, who attended the concert with his college friends.

Pentagram kept the audience captivated with their songs treat me right, dying world, voice, today and people could not stop asking for more with the song world is mine. Also seen enjoying the concert was playback singer Aditi Singh Sharma.

Judging by the enthusiasm of the band, it was quite evident that they were enjoying every bit of the evening. “There is no dearth of music lovers here tonight.  and with pentagram performing, I have goosebumps! tonight is nothing less than mind boggling!” said Ajitesh Khurana, the audience.

The band that has a large fan following all over India, mesmerised the audience with the magic of their music from their latest album Bloodywood that contains more electro-beats and heavy funk driven Guitar & Synth Layers than their previous albums. Lyrically, it is more personal and candid than their earlier work. The audience were seen enjoying every bit of music they played.

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