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Political music: Rousing the masses

KARACHI: “Bum Bum Phatta, Bum Bum Phatta , Kadi Lahore, Karachi tae Kadi Fata” (Bomb explodes, bomb explodes, sometimes in Lahore, sometimes in Karachi, sometimes in Fata). These are the hilariously ironic lyrics of Ali Azmat’s latest offering “Bum Phatta”, ...

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Interview: Salman Ahmad – Sufi on a mission

KARACHI: Salman Ahmad is unstoppable. The talented guitarist released his much hyped memoir last year, titled Rock’n’Roll Jihad (RRJ), in which he narrates his ‘junoon’ (pun intended) for rock music, harmony and world peace. This year, the self-professed Sufi’s song ...

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World Music Day: A night to remember

LAHORE: A night dedicated to cultural music of Pakistan was held to celebrate World Music Day at the Rafi Peer Cultural Center, Lahore, on June 21. Organised by Rafi Peer Theatre in collaboration with Alliance de Lahore, the event brought ...

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