Easy Wanderlings is a musical journal of their cherished memories about soulful conversations, escapades into the majestic wilderness, and of the feelings felt when spending quiet evenings at home.
Their music is an amalgamation of ambient soul, pop,and folk. In August 2017, their debut album, As Written in the Stars, was launched globally on all major music platforms. A Humming Heart ranked it at #5 in the list of Top 20 Indie Albums of 2017.
A music video of their acclaimed single, 'Enjoy It While It Lasts’ can be viewed at .
They have performed extensively across diverse spaces, from small intimate cafes, art galleries to Sofar Sessions, from venues like The Piano Man Jazz Club, AntiSocial Khar, big flea markets to major music festivals in India such as Bacardi NH7 Weekender in 2016 and 2017.
Post Office Town
'Post Office Town' are made of three people who are very good at playing out their stories in solo, yet making it sound like a single tale of woes. They say woes not to give it a pathological bias, but, to specify the redistribution of it's creative energies in shades of blue. Their singular obsession with letters as a medium to express, probably, explains the name. They try to travel through language and find it necessary to express the need to break the stereotypes on linking language and genres, when it can in actual be a more active experiment on music as art.
About the band members:
Sanjay Purohit: Lead Guitarist/Bass.
Arnab Barua: Rhythm guitar/Vocal
Aparupa Gupta: Lead vocals.
Their music, encouraged by listeners from all walks of life, Post Office Town was featured in The Hindu for World Music Day on their very first gig, giving elaborate details on the band and the genre explored along with a picture of them performing at the event.
The Humming Tree
Open since June 2013, The Humming Tree is an arts, music and performance venue based in Bangalore, India. We’re built on a foundation of passion and love for the arts. We provide a nurturing environment for both artists and audiences to explore the varied creative resources we have access to in the world around us. Over the last four years, we’ve been the kind of space that positively preserves, sustains and changes creative discourse for the future thus becoming the city's go-to creative incubator. Each one of you contribute to making this possible.
We’re currently curating 20+ programmes a month panning across not only music but also film, culture, education, comedy, theatre, poetry, storytelling, fundraisers, conversations on the environment and sustainability and supporting social change and awareness through our various projects.