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News |  10 Feb 2017 18:59 |  By RnMTeam

Lost Stories to feature on India's longest party marathon

MUMBAI: Conceptualised with the goal of redefining nightlife in India, Baleno Wicked Weekends presents to Pune the electrifying dance music duo Lost Stories on 18 February.

With hopes of becoming the one-stop nightlife solution, Baleno Wicked Weekends, a multi-city campaign spread over 40 weeks, has featured indie acts like Raghu Dixit, Parekh & Singh, Junkyard Groove, and bass music producers like Sound Avtar and Mojo Jojo among others. Now, they rope in Lost Stories.

Lost Stories were the first Indian act to play at Tomorrowland in Belgium. They have a rigid fanbase all around the country, and even in Asia which was evident in their recent China tour. Their flute-heavy remix for Alan Walker’s ‘Faded’ was their claim to fame. The overwhelming global response enabled Lost Stories to establish a reputation for themselves as international artistes with Indian sensibilities.

These globetrotting producers - Rishab Joshi and Prayag Mehta - haven’t forgotten their Indian fans, and regularly share their knowledge and experience with young budding producers through master classes at their music school, Lost Stories Academy where aspiring DJs and producers can learn tricks of the trade.

Baleno Wicked Weekends featuring Lost Stories will take place at Local Gastro Bar, Pune on 18 February 2017.

India’s longest party marathon, Baleno Wicked Weekends – a collaboration between Maruti Suzuki - NEXA and Zee Live – has put on 12 shows so far and looks to feature some of the most exciting independent music talent from India.