SKAZI LIVE
Pebble - The Jungle Lounge, Palace Grounds

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What we like

Massive Line up, Best Sound in the country, New Decor setup and Countries only distance & direction controlled sound system

Highlights
  • Electro Punk Music
  • Various Artists
  • Distance & Direction Controlled Sound

Contact

9916233334, 9663938456, 8904195859

About

Skazi was formed in 1998 by Asher Swissa and Assaf B-Bass, to form a duo producing Soft Psy-Trance Electro Punk music.
Swissa began his musical career as a punk rocker in 1990, when he formed a group called Sartan Hashad together with three friends. The band played in small venues in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, and enjoyed limited success in the Israeli punk scene. In 1996 Asher left the band to develop his career and to write and perform music which would appeal to larger audiences. He started making Trance music, but still kept a Hard Rock sound, playing electric guitar riffs in many of his tracks. In 1998 he adopted the stage name DJ Skazi.
Featuring:
GROOVE ADDICT (Nano Records) India
OZZY (Tribeadelic) Australia
NITIN (Hill Top Records) India
STARLING (Hill Top records) India

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Pebble - The Jungle Lounge

3, Palace Ground, Ramana Maharishi Road, Bellary Rd, Military Compound, Jayamahal, Bangalore

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