first_imgHoping to foster a more open and interactive culture of electronic music performance, the Border Movement Lounge is a Goethe-Institut funded platform that showcases established and upcoming artists and producers from across South Asia. The lounge is an informal event happening at Hauz Khas Social on 29 October. Each edition of Border Movement Lounge focuses on a different area of the region, partnering acts with local talent and this year’s edition will focus on Bangladesh. This year’s lineup include the Space/Ghost from Bangladesh and Big City Harmonics and When Pandas Attack from India. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Border Movement is a platform that aims to encourage interaction between the electronic music scenes of South Asia and Germany. A common initiative of the Goethe-Instituts in South Asia and a project realised in an alliance with regional partners Wild City.  Performing on Wednesday, Space/Ghost is a Dhaka based solo electronic project. Although a classically trained pianist, French electronica moves him the most. Big City Harmonics is the solo project of Rohan Hastak – a former guitarist turned live electronica act. When Pandas Attack is a Delhi-based graphic designer Ankur Chauhan’s solo project. It started about 3 years ago, with a desire to put down thoughts quickly, a form of creative note keeping. Messing around with recording guitar parts for a while, he progressed to making full tracks without any actual instruments. This experiment gained momentum once he connected electronic music with an organic soundscape.WHERE : Hauz Khas SocialWHEN:  29 Octoberlast_img

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