April 05, 2018

From a college band in 1996, through thick and thin. Thermal and A Quarter is back with a Bangalore gig in exciting Koramangala.  Tony Das seemed excited as I went through my newsfeed this week. 

Bruce has recently come into possession of this beast of an amplifier, and you've got to hear this thing.

( Details at the gig! )
I mean, come on.
The other day, I plugged the Strat straight in, like this : 
Strat (single coils only!) -> Cable -> Amp -> Marshall 4x12 

See you at the gig, folks!

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Fandom presents WHAT THE TAAQ and other such important matters

Time: Gates 8pm onwards 
Date: 6th April 
Ticket: Rs. 300 (Entry) 
Tickets available on bookmyshow. 

About the band:
Thermal and a Quarter (TAAQ) is a path-breaking band from Bangalore, India. TAAQ describes its music as ‘Bangalore Rock’; an eclectic mix of genres with a sensibility that is uniquely global while retaining the essence of this South Indian city that is now on the world map of culture and technology.

Through the last decade, TAAQ has played all over India, toured across London, Bonn, Glasgow, Dublin, Galway, Kilkenny, New York, Dallas, Seattle, Hong Kong, Dubai, Bahrain, Jakarta, Singapore, Maldives and more; released seven studio albums, opened for acts like Guns N’ Roses, Deep Purple and Jethro Tull, and won several awards for individual musicianship as well as overall contribution to Indian Rock.

Live, TAAQ delivers an unforgettable, immersive musical experience. From packed clubs to arena-size venues, TAAQ’s stellar musicianship, hard-hitting lyrics, and fluid improvised style make every gig unique.

 

 

I remember the lyrics from Paper Puli and quote

Just met this funny man
From the funny papers
Is there any other kind
Said he hadn't heard much
About my rock n'roll band
Sure hoped he had a story in mind
He seemed indolent and carefree
Lit up a cigarette offhandedly
And then he asked me if I wanted
Some good publicity