Tarana (NYC)

Asia Tour in October 2017


We performed at a broad range of events, undertook  community-based workshops and collaborated with local musicians as well.
Oct 13 LaSalle College (workshop/afternoon), Singapore
Oct 13 Artistry Space (evening), Singapore (presented by Ujikaji Records) with special guest Timothy O’Dwyer

Oct 14 Raw Space (workshop/afternoon), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Oct 14 FONO, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (presented by Public School/Resonance)
Oct 15 LiveFact, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (presented by Soundscape KL)

Oct 16 Radio Brava (afternoon), Jakarta, Indonesia
Oct 17 Sjuman School of Music(workshop/afternoon),, Jakarta, Indonesia
Oct 18 Kedai Kebun Forum, Yogyakarta, Indonesia (presented by YesNoWave)
Oct 20 Bandung Digital Arts Festival (BIDAF), Bandung, Indonesia
Oct 21 @America, Jakarta, Indonesia (US Embassy sponsored/presented by ChicoIraAsa Productions) with special guest Reza Ryan
Oct 22 Reyog Jazz Festival, East Java, Indonesia


Pioneer Works Residency in Sept 2017


We undertook at music studio residency at Pioneer Works in Brooklyn, NY in September 2017, with with guest musicians Val-Inc, Muyassar Kurdi, Jaryd Kala Velez, Luke Stewart, Kamyar Arsani, Taji Nahl, Brian Prunka, Thollem, Manuel Avila Ochoa and Laura Boland.

Video for “Keherwa” (Feb. 2017)

“A Fire of Flowers Grows Around Us” was released on Wondermachine Records a little over a year ago. We are pleased to share the newly made video for our tracks “Keherwa”  Arrebol Films (MX) which had an audio premiere in THUMP.

Tarana: Live at the Millennium Stage, Kennedy Center, May 1, 2016

Excited to share this beautifully shot video from our performance at Millennium Stage (Kennedy Center) on May 1, 2016.
Live blend of *beat-based* electronics in an improvised setting with global musical influences.. Mile Davis meets Sigur Ros in Bollywood 🙂

FACTmag Premiered Tarana’s 1st Video

Tarana blend genres, distort realities in the video for ‘Myvatn’

Flyer for Feb. 4th


Future Beats & Electronic Explorations

Hope all is well with you in the new year!
I was asked to curate a night at this amazing yearly festival at South Street Seaport, on Feb. 4th. For my first ever self-produced event in NYC, I’ve put together a bill of innovative musicians and producers who focus on blurring the lines between performance, live set and DJ sets.  As a collective, these artists draw inspiration from familiar American musical influences like Jazz, R&B, Hip-Hop, & Disco, as well as from  Juke/Footwork from Chicago, Jersey Club, G’com from Durban, South Africa, Haitian Music, Indian Music and far beyond! Featuring:


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