Donn Bhat + Passenger Revelator; SAPTA | Supported by Nush Lewis

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Donn Bhat + Passenger Revelator

Donn Bhat is a genre-defying, live experimental electronica producer and composer. His music has been featured on various platforms, including the MTV television series Bring On The Night and as the BBC Artist of the Month on the Bobby Friction show aired in the UK.

His first ever music video released for the song Disco Disco, off his sophomore album Passenger Revelator, was nominated at the prestigious South By South West (SXSW) Festival in the Music Video category.

Within his 2nd year of performing his music live he was invited to perform internationally at IOMMA, a music conference hosted in the French territory – Reunion Island and at the biggest music festival in the world – Glastonbury.

His music has been universally appreciated for the lack of being restricted to specific genres. He blends Indian and International electronic sounds to give the songs he produces a unique identity. Having released 2 albums, he is currently finishing work on his next 4 track EP titled – Connected

Line up: Ashhar Farooqui (vocals), Anand Bhagat (percussion) & Donn Bhat (samples/guitars/vocals)

Disco Disco (official music video):


Conceived by Marti Bharath in 2007, SAPTA is a groundbreaking independent electronic music act that seamlessly blends influences from India and the West to produce an energetic and compelling live act, with a global following.
Band Line Up : Marti Bharath (Synths & Vocals) + Tapass Naresh (Drums)

Nush Lewis

Nush Lewis is a harpist-singer-songwriter. Her act comprises of her and producer, Ayan De a.k.a. Paralights. Nush’s pensive, moody compositions were left mostly acoustic until Ayan began breathing his own slice of sonic life into the music early last year. The duo released their debut EP “Fused” online to much acclaim.
Their live setup comprises of Nush Lewis on harp and vocals, Ayan on synths and samples and Harsh Karangale (Sky Rabbit) on drums.