I had obviously arrived early for a Delhi event and gig still had sometime before it could pick up momentum and get the vibe set for the rest of the evening. I get a glass of old monk - the cheapest on the menu at Cheri's beautiful outdoor bar and score a seat to sit down at a small reserved table. I spend time thinking what to ask Delhi Sultanate who had already given a very in-depth interview with Motherland recently. From his early years to influences to struggle, family and performing live at unconventional venues and his Indian / Delhi connection. From that interview I learnt that he is half German and half Indian and now lives and works in Delhi also where his studio is now based. I suddenly decide I shouldn't be interviewing him since I already knew a lot about his music and projects. Instead, we spoke as if we were friends meeting for a drink and some conversations on recent protests at India Gate. Since, I found Taru a bit nervous and also anxious to perform I decided to write this post in a very casual manner and cover the event using the PR's press release.
Here it goes....... STEFAN KAYE, SKA VENGERS - “This is a special moment for me as well as all my band members, as we launched our debut album. I appreciate Cheri to give us this platform, Cheri is the ideal setting and place we were looking for the launch in Delhi."