As one of the original curated properties, Indie March was born to celebrate the newer breed of musicians and artistes from across the country, with the agenda of pushing all things Indie.
Musically speaking, Indie March has no boundaries spanning from the iconic singer songwriter to the hippest electronic music producer. Being four editions old, Indie March has been a huge success; with over thirty two bands taking the stage in front of an audience of over ten thousand people, the festival has received tremendous support.
65DaysofStatic, Colour Haze, Flako, Onra, The Manganiyar Seduction, Dualist Inquiry, Skrat, Parvaaz, Avial, The F16’s, Sky Rabbit, Tetseo Sisters, and more.
There’ll be few who can forget a festival as well-programmed as Indie March. Even the inclusion of The Manganiyar Seduction by Roysten Abel – the spectacle of folk music amidst rock and electronica – found curious takers. Of the new lot, Diarchy and electronic duo Shreyas & Nikhil impressed immediately, which shows there’s still a lot more talent that deserves a stage. With a few relooks at their stage areas, Indie March is definitely on its way to being a must-attend festival.
Being three editions old, Indie March has been a huge success; with over thirty two bands taking stage in front of an audience of over ten thousand people, the festival has received tremendous support.
Fun, romp and music across genres – from stoner doom metal to Hindustani acoustic, from jazz, funk, RnB, trip hop to post punk, psychedelic and progressive rock – Indie March has it all!