Tuesday February 20, 2018

British band Rudimental to perform in India at VH1Supersonic Club Nights



By NewsGram Staff Writer

After enthralling audiences the world over with its music, Britain-based drum n’ bass quartet Rudimental is again gearing up to mesmerise their fans in India in June.

The band, which had performed at Live Viacom 18’s Emerge Music Festival in Bengaluru and Gurgaon earlier this year, will now perform at the Kitty Su in Mumbai and New Delhi on June 19 and 20 for VH1 Supersonic Club Nights.

“It’s been a busy couple of months but we’re so pleased to be back. The crowd has always been amazing here and we can’t wait to play you some of our new material”, the band said in a statement about their forthcoming shows in India.

Signed to Asylum Records and independent label Black Butter, Rudimental has achieved multiple platinum awards for record sales in several countries including Britain and Australia, said a statement.

The band has also won several awards including the Brit Award and the Mobo Award for their album “Home”. It received nominations at the MTV Europe Music Awards for Best New Act, Best UK and Ireland act.

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Rannvijay to host “Troll Police” and create awareness on cyber-bullying

Rannvijay to host
Rannvijay to host "Troll Police" and create awareness on cyber-bullying. wikimedia common

Mumbai, Dec 30, 2017: Actor-presenter Rannvijay Singh will be the face and host of the upcoming season of “Troll Police”, which will bring celebrities and their trolls face-to-face.

The objective of the show is to showcase how in today’s day and age it is no big deal for one to log on to any social media platform and make obscene comments on a person’s physical appearance or the kind of attire they opt for.

MTV has roped in investigators and a cyber team that traces these trolls and the faces behind the acts and Bollywood celebrities will then confront the faces behind these trolls.

Rannvijay will educate the youth, create awareness and highlight the issue of cyber bullying.

“As they say with great power comes great responsibility, I really feel that while internet has given us the power to voice our opinion, there are a lot of people who do not use this boon wisely,” Rannvijay said in a statement.

Trolling is common nowadays and one of the major reasons for it is the “need for attention”.

“But if one feels that one can hide his or her identity and use it as a platform to send inflammatory and off-topic messages and get away with it, it is absolutely wrong.

“It is a sign of cowardice. I hope ‘Troll Police’ enables a lot of people out there to voice their issues if they are being trolled, because trolling someone is a serious offence,” he added.

“Troll Police” will premiere on MTV in January 2018. (IANS)

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