5 Bands from Bengaluru you HAVE to look out for!

The bustling metropolis of Bengaluru is home to more than just IT firms and startups. It is also home to a number of quality bands that produce good, soulful music are nestled in the city and definitely justify Bengaluru being called the Music Capital of India. Let’s take a look at 5 such eclectic young bands that are taking Bengaluru’s music scene by storm.


Aathma, literally meaning soul, is a rock band whose members pride over having great stage presence and their ability to provide an enthralling experience to their audience with every performance. Having started as recently as 2014, Aathma is already making its presence felt with its engaging music.

Take a look at what they had to say at TEDxBangalore 2015 here.

The Void

The Void is a four-piece Rock band from the city. Their music is inspired by Hozier, Coldplay, Nirvana and OneRepublic among other music giants. They started off as a college band and have since then grown into a prominent name in the music of the city, with regular gigs throughout Bengaluru and a steady following. Listen to The Void here!

Space Behind The Yellow Room

This four year-old Post Rock band from Bangalore is mainly instrumental and uses minimal vocals. The members strongly believe in experimenting with their music and have been praised highly for their creative tunes. Take a look here to be a part of their journey.


Pinch is an alternative rock band that is focused on bring together different sounds to produce great music for people. The band draws influences from Radiohead, Submotion Orchestra, Arctic Monkeys and others and has been around for three years now.

Don’t just take our word. Go see for yourself!

One Girl Shy

One Girl Shy is the result of the coming together of a number of diverse city based artists. It is an alternative folk rock band that merges contemporary sounds with some soulful folk flavor to produce music that is a treat to its audience. Listen to some of their music here.

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