Daksha – Live @ Cheers Crossroads | Gig Review

Bhaskar J. Das
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Daksha_Live1Attended a pub show after a very long time and to be very frank, it was much needed. Live music and booze are an orgasmic combo which I had been missing for a good amount of time. I went to Cheers Crossroads, a live music lounge and there I was delighted to see the interiors filled with posters of classic rock bands. The band that was playing that evening was Daksha, a Guwahati based five piece outfit. Much to my delight, they started the show with ‘Yellow’ by Coldplay, a song very much close to my heart. They carried on with some of their original numbers in Assamese and suddenly I along with many others were drifted back in time by a cover song of Arun Das. Then followed a few original numbers and then ‘Cocaine’. The crowd danced all the way through the song. The show ended along with my Vodka. And I was drunk more on music than on alcohol.

 

Rating: ★★★★☆

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Bhaskar J. Das

An electrical engineer by profession, he likes to spend most of his time amidst music and musicians and write for the scene.
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