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What an exciting debut! Hennessy Artistry’s debut gig in Chennai was
testament to the fact that it’s worth the risk to venture into new territories and explore fresh audiences. ITC Hotel’s Dublin played host to two fantastic live acts – the intercontinental bass fusion magic of Gods Robots and Indian breaks and beats behemoth, Bandish Projekt (Mayur Narvekar).

The weekend concert in Chennai kicked off early with Gods Robots duo, Janaka Atugoda and Shridevi Kesavan, entertaining the audience with their modern, bass-heavy take on Indian classical music, mashing up ragas and vocals with western song writing technique. Clubbers showed
up well in advance to catch a glimpse of the musicians, motivated by Hennessy Artistry’s unique music event in Chennai. Gods Robots was ably supported by the venue’s superb two-tier set-up and complemented by excellent visuals too.

Not long after, Bandish Projekt took the stage to smash home another winning performance. The crowd in Chennai responded with more than just their enthusiasm. Clubbers pulled out their best party moves, popping and grooving, snaking and throwing themselves about with abandon. In particular, Narvekar’s tabla bols and live percussion along with his original tracks was a big hit. Hennessy Artistry’s VIP audience loved the gig as much as the regulars on the dance floor below and there’s no about that there will be more weekend events in Chennai, which will be even bigger and better in scale in the coming