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This month, boxout.fm hosts artists participating in 'Delhi to Derry: Together In Sound' for hometown kick-off gigs at Boxout Wednesdays before they head out to the UK to perform at Celtronic Festival for the second round of Connections Through Culture, a prestigious grant from the British Council.
On June 15, two boxout.fm artists - Stain and Lush Lata - curate a particularly stacked art and music experience featuring homegrown artists from New Delhi and beyond. Stain hits the decks for a collaborative set with Mumbai-based emcee and Swadesi Movement member, Bamboy, along with Lush Lata's typically stacked set and opening duties by Czetan and Shortsell. On the terrace, we've got Abhinav, Alpha's World and Ramitajogi to keep people grooving all night, as well as live graffiti from New Delhi artist Zero.
Don't miss our last send-off gig for these artists this month before they head to Derry to perform at Celtronic Festival!
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- Patrons have to get their temperature checked, wear a mask and have no symptoms such as cough, breathlessness etc.
- Patrons are to wear their mask at all times, except when eating and drinking at their table.
- Contactless payment will be the preferred mode of payment.
Previous Boxout Wednesdays headliners include: as Flava D, Soulection, Channel One Soundsystem, Nina Las Vegas, Johnny Osbourne, Djrum, Nick Hook, Nathan Fake, Daedelus, Eclair Fifi, Madam X, Flowdan and more. All this with 400+ attendees a week.
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Aurbindo Market, Hauz Khas, New Delhi, Delhi - 110016
boxout.fm is an online radio focusing on alternative music and culture in India. In order to serve the community’s needs and help it thrive, it offers a carefully-mined perspective on India’s emergent musical and cultural scenes, both on and off the Internet.