Krunk Presents: Daisuke Tanabe (Japan) & Kumail| Bangalore

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Krunk Presents Daisuke Tanabe India Tour, Bangalore


Support: Kumail
Venue: Foxtrot - House of Subculture
Date: 15th September '18 (Saturday)
Time: 10 PM Onwards
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Artwork by Nikhil Acquilla


About Daisuke Tanabe
Daisuke Tanabe is an electronic musician and producer based in Chiba, Japan. A former art student who spent some time living in London, Tanabe originally came from a techno/breakbeat background before developing the unique experimental compositions he's become known for. While still living in London, he released his 2006 debut EP, Gas, which brought him to the attention of well-known British DJs like Gilles Peterson and many. He continued to develop his unusual mix of hip-hop, electronica, jazz, and folk through various EPs and singles, all leading up to his debut album, 2010's Before I Forget. A collaboration with Britain's Kidkanevil under the name Kidsuke followed in 2012. Two years later in 2014, he released his second album, the intricately detailed “Floating Underwater”.


About Kumail
Kumail is a musician from Mumbai who has been experimenting with music that can be classified under the ambiguous label of electronic music. His music comes from a myriad of influences, particularly Jazz & Hip-Hop, while exploring the more ethereal regions of sound.
Heavy manipulated live recordings with atmospheric synths, meticulously panned rhythm sections and vocals form
the fundamental characteristics of his live performances.
Kumail has played at India’s major festivals such as Magnetic Fields, Goat Festival Goa, Bass Camp Festival, Echoes of Earth Festival and more where he’s shared the stage with acts like Shigeto, Four Tet, DJ Koze, Teebs, Ratatat, Kutmah, Garden City Movement, Jordan Rakei, Om Unit & Eprom.
Over the last two years he’s played India’s second edition of Boiler Room and has opened for Lapalux, FKJ, Emancipator & Khruangbin.


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