Poetry rock

The band has chosen to perform literary work in an unusually engaging way

The band has chosen to perform literary work in an unusually engaging way

The music that poetry makes.

Gyaan Aab hosted an engaging performance by the young talented band Radiorocka, a pop-rock act with their roots based in alternative rock, experimenting with mixed genres like poetry, RnB and Edm. This three piece band performed literary work in an unusually engaging musical idiom that kept the audience tapping their feet. They band perfomed poems of Randhir Khare which they had set to captivating music. Dominated by vocals, the compositions were enhanced by rhythmic progression of guitars, drums and keyboard. They also performed an original piece written by the vocalist of the band.
The band which came to life on 25th November 2012, consists of Joel D’Silva (Guitar and lead vocals), Alan Samuel (Drums & vocals) and Emmanuel Samms (Keyboard & vocals).
The young musicians also shared their musical aspirations and inspirations with the audience in a short Q and A.

The band which came to life on 25th November 2012, consists of Joel D’Silva (Rhythm guitar and lead vocals), Alan Samuel (Drums & vocals) and Emmanuel Samms (Keyboard & vocals).

The band which came to life on 25th November 2012, consists of Joel D’Silva (Rhythm guitar and lead vocals), Alan Samuel (Drums & vocals) and Emmanuel Samms (Keyboard & vocals).

Alan Samuel – Drums

Alan Samuel – Drums

Gyaan Adab lived up to its mandate of encouraging Young Talent

Gyaan Adab lived up to its mandate of encouraging Young Talent