Drummer/composer Tarun Balani, from New Delhi, India, brings together a collective of artists/musicians aspiring to create a sound palate beyond limitations. The music of the collective represents Balani's vision as a composer, drawing from a world of influences, finding its expression in the modern jazz idiom.
It is the year 3350. The denizens of Neptune have finally won in their struggle to end the android/human/muffin conflicts on Mars. Looking to celebrate their victory, the Neptunians bring forth their most cherished relic: a 1,340-year-old video file of a concert, salvaged from an old Earth deep-space probe. Hoping to bring happiness to the people once again, they play the video of this concert to the bedraggled survivors, knowing it will restore their lifeforce and bring joy to the planet. The name of the video: "Trevor James Walker's Senior Thingy." What it is: Rock 'n' roll. Electronica. Progressive rock. Arrangements of sci-fi film scores. A musical and cinematic experience utilizing the built-in projector screen. Things to bring: Lightsabers. Air guitars. Things not to bring: Jazz standards. Let the rock begin.