In sync with audience pulse

In sync with audience pulse
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In Sync With Audience Pulse. In todays hustle and bustle, where people do not find time for hobbies and passions. Here are a bunch of guys who made sure that their passion for music is heard. Five IT professionals on weekdays are an independent rock music band- Pulse Theory at weekends.

In todays hustle and bustle, where people do not find time for hobbies and passions. Here are a bunch of guys who made sure that their passion for music is heard. Five IT professionals on weekdays are an independent rock music band- Pulse Theory at weekends.

A five piece rock band, hailing from Banglaore, Pulse theory played in sync with audience pulse at Hard Rock Café on Thursday evening.

 Pulse theory performing at Hard Rock Cafe

As the clock struck 9, the band in shorts and tees with faces of theorists printed braced up with their musical weapons to burn the stage. Avishek, the vocalist of the band started off with a bang and his compatriots added to the impulse. Manindra’s guitar was in perfect sync with the Arjun’s keyboard chords as the band performed ‘Alive Today’. Antariksh and Arijit’s groovy music on drums and bass were the soul of the song ‘World Gone’.

In a post-gig interaction with Hyderabad Hans, they spoke about passion, pulse and more. Excerpts:

What is special about the name ‘Pulse Theory’? Even your T-shirts have the faces of theorists like Schrodinger printed on them. Tell us something about it?

We as a band want to make a difference and look forward to make our own theory out of music and give it a new horizon. Somewhere down the line we want to relate to those theorists with the medium of music and that is the reason we have faces of theorists like Aryabhatta, Einstein printed on our tees.

How did you encounter other band members and form the band?

We are all employees at an IT company and didn’t know each other initially. Eventually we got to know each other’s interest in music and the passion for it and hence got along at weekends to sit and started playing, and slowly developed as an independent band.

You have come out with 10-11 own compositions, but haven’t released any album yet. Why so?

One thing which restricts us from releasing an album is our corporate jobs. Carrying two things together is difficult. However, we are now looking forward to work on album and have started working out for the same.

As a rock band, what are your influences?

We all like different bands and genres. If one of us likes metal, the other likes rock or progressive. But when it comes to performance, we all share a common ideology. We share a common aim, to make a difference, perhaps a better difference through our tools of music.

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