Soho Mojo: 20 July 2011


on Wednesday 20 July 2011 ~

at 8:30 pm ~



performing heritage Indian music in the sound of today



with their distinctive world-folk set ranging from Bluegrass to Afro and Celtic music


About Soho Mojo:

Soho Mojo features the best of Kolkata’s live music in a setting that showcases our vibrant community. We combine the hospitality of private event, the production aesthetic of a studio performance and the familiarity of a gathering of friends in a first time format.

The sounds span world music, jazz and blues. The food and beverages compliment the music with global cuisine prepared by Soho’s top chefs. The promotion and production includes custom design, guest bartenders, live visuals, art and dance.


[standard club rules apply]

Friends Of Fusion’s debut album review
Posted: The Telegraph, Jan 22, 2010 at 1213 hrs IST

Saregama India Ltd. releases the debut album of Friends Of Fusion. They perform Hindustani Classical songs with a contemporary approach and sound, treating it with ingredients of Jazz, Rock, Country, Hip-hop, Latin and a variety of other genres from the West. Their repertoire includes Raags, Bandishein, Thumris, folk music from the entire sub-continent, Bhajans, Bhatiyalis, Rabindra Sangeet and other forms. It is a unique space where strains of melodic blues guitar riffs, timbales and congas from the streets of Latin America find their way into the soul of a Raag Bhairavi. FOF comprises of Rajkumar Sengupta -Electric Guitar & Dotara, Neel Dutt – Acoustic Guitar & Nylon String Guitar, Arko – Vocals, Deboprotim – Drums & Percussions and Bijit – Bass. Rajkumar was the lead guitar player in the Latin band Orient Express. He is also a guitar player with Anjan Dutt and The Music Folk, teaches music in a city school and has composed for television programmes. Neel Dutt composed music for Bow Barracks Forever, The Bong Connection and other films. Arko is a formally-trained classical singer equally at home with Rock, Blues and Indian folk. He also teaches music. Debopratim is also an exponent of Latin Percussion including the Congas, Bongos, Darabuka and Timbales. A self-taught drummer, he used to perform drums and percussion with the Latin band Orient Express. Bijit is the bass guitarist. The album is priced at Rs 150.