One of the most warmly received acts at Magnetic Fields Festival 2017, Khruangbin are set to come back to India this May fresh off the success of their second album, ‘Con Todo El Mundo’. The Houston-based instrumental trio will play in Mumbai on May 23 and in New Delhi on May 24 as part of an Asia tour that also covers Taipei, Seoul, Bangkok and Singapore.
While their music is often described as ‘world’ for its range of melody, rhythm and overall vibe, the Texas-based trio makes music that commingles Middle Eastern and African influences, ’70s funk and Texas soul, psychedelic rock, disco and dub.
This diverse expanse of geographical influences is a recurring theme for Khruangbin, who have – in the past couple of years – won fans for themselves in all corners of the world, and performed at festivals like Glastonbury, Dimensions and of course Magnetic Fields.
Khruangbin consists of Laura Lee on bass, Mark Speer on guitar, and Donald Johnson on drums, and their ethereal instrumental music is a vast sea of sounds woven into a shared tapestry of influences and cultures.
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