Premier (1983 - 1987)
The first band I put together with two secondary school buddies.
Art Asia band (>1983 - 2001<)
Asia arts organisation who also have their own part-time band consisting of an ever changing line-up of local singers and musicians performing classic hindi, traditional and bollywood songs.
Manzil (1984 - 1986)
Asian pop outfit formed with secondary school buddies.
Asian pop outfit.
Inaam (1988 - 2003, 2020 - to date)
Southamptons longest running bhangra band playing the classic tracks of the 80s and 90s bhangra scene.
Fixer (>1997 - 1999)
Eclectic indie rock band influenced by Yes, The Rolling Stones, The Doors and others.
Eastern Reign (1997 - 2000)
Pop/punk band that rocked!
Specifically formed for the 'JarreCon98' Jean Michel Jarre Convention held on Sun 23 Aug 1998 at the Guildhall, Aston University, Birmingham, UK. The band performed a fantastic live collection of Jarre’s music to a spectacular backdrop of lights and specially-designed graphics. The six-piece band began rehearsing in October '97.
Short lived bhangra band that won 'Best Bhangra band' at the 2002 Asian Song Contest, Birmingham Symphony Hall, UK.
The Wild Things (>2000 - 2008)
The best 60's music tribute band in the south fronted by the former original bass player of the legendary Troggs, Pete Staples.
Kinesis 4 (2000 - to date)
Hybrid 6.0 (>Jun 2012 - Dec 2014)
Industrial punk band incorporating guitars and synthesiers.
Zen Juddhism (2015 - to date)
South Coast Beats (2017)
Short lived bhangra band whichincluded some members of bhangra band Inaam. Performed at the 2017 Southampton Mela.
Bateria BraSoc samba drummers (>Oct 2018 - to date)
Playing the traditional Rio style samba grooves at local festivals. Also performing with the reknowned Paraiso troup at national festivals.
The Sinking Brass Band (>Jan 2019 - to date)
Funky brass, wind and percussion street band playing original material and groovey covers.