Delhi 2 Dublin + Copal rocked the Middle East Up!

Wednesday’s show at the Middle East Up was off the chain. Seriously. Such amazing energy and vibrance. Packed house. Awesome energy. We could have gone on for hours at that rate. DELHI 2 DUBLIN, Copal, Vadalna, Brian Carpenter & the Confessions. A night to remember. Thank you to everyone who came out to support and partake! We LOVE Delhi 2 Dublin!!! Let’s bring them back to Boston soon..

Delhi 2 Dublin + Copal are coming to Boston!

Delhi 2 Dublin, international touring act, returns to Boston on WEDNESDAY, May 4, 2011 at Middle East Upstairs, Cambridge, MA. As Hour Magazine so aptly stated, “Delhi 2 Dublin is the United Nations of rock ‘n’ roll”. They’ve created their own niche at the intersection of gritty hip hop and electronic beats, traditional Indian influences and that raw Celtic sound that packs a punch – all of which make you want to get up and dance. (Evolving Music)

Also on the bill: Copal, NYC-based evocative orchestral experience brings a touch of vintage class to strings that rock, featuring tribal dancing fierceness from Vadalna Tribal Dance Co; and Brian Carpenter (founder of Beat Circus and Ghost Train Orchestra), Boston’s own carries the alternative vibe with his new project The Confessions in the show! Expect to see violins in every act.

Wednesday, May 4
Delhi 2 Dublin + Copal feat. Vadalna + Brian Carpenter & The Confessions

@Middle East Upstairs
472 Mass Ave; Cambridge, MA 02139
7:45p doors | 8p-12a
18+ | $8/adv, $12/door

Advance tix:
(also purchase advance tix at the Middle East Club’s box office, no fees)


And so the process begins again. Or rather it is a continuous process, the writing and curating and developing of new music. My phone is actually a great tool for capturing melodies that come to me out of the blue. Sometimes accompanied by gusts of wind and other extraneous noise, which I guess only adds to the ambiance and place-setting to trip my memory back to that time/place of the melody emergence. Excited to write some really energetic dance-compelling music. I tend towards the more melancholy and down-tempo, but I can set that aside, I think. Yes, yes, I can. We can. Looking forward to sharing new music with you…