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An album launch, neon lights and more opinions on nightclubs vs house party — at Someplace Else on Saturday night

The night was still young as Zoo launched their music album The Attic Sessions at Someplace Else on Saturday. The party warmed up with the band’s second song Abusable Reusable and the crowd grooved with their fave accessory in hand — beer! “I wanted to hear the band perform live and that’s the reason I’m here,” said SPE regular Amyt Datta (extreme right) with Zoo members. The guitar guru signed off with the promise that we’ll get to see him in a gig soon.

 

“I find house parties much safer these days. And given a choice, I would like to strike a balance between house parties and nightclubs,” said young graduate Reshmi Ghosh as she posed at the TT Photobooth. No, this isn’t photoshopped! Kudos to Tanya Sen for jazzing up the band with this funky neon look complete with neon eyelashes! “We’re selling our album in a pen drive since people prefer to listen to songs on their MP3 player, computer or in the car and CDs are a little obsolete,” said Tanya. “The pen drive also includes song lyrics and information about the band,” added the PYT who also keeps herself busy with her junk jewellery online business. “House parties are safer but we should make sure that nightclubs turn out to be safe places to party as well,” felt singer-songmaker Anupam Roy.

 


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