Archana Prasad is a poet, painter and video artist from Bangalore, India. From a past firmly entrenched in advanced technology as a researcher at Microsoft Research India, she brings the traditional painting medium into the electronic performance Video Art arena using some of the latest video and live performance technology. She has been collaborating with Lounge Piranha since 2005. Archana’s constantly evolving visual tool-kit includes Midi controllers, DVCams, Wacom tablets and a Mac Powerbook. With these, Archana generates live hand-drawn digital art and video feeds that blend with cel-animation and video loops that are mixed and projected live and in sync with Nameless Now’s audio motifs.
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Samrat Bharadwaj who goes by the moniker Audio Pervert, is the founder member of Teddy Boy Kill and the Sahi Bol compilation. He has collaborated with bands such as Da Saz, Envision, Func Internationl and various singers and bands as producer and sound designer. Samrat's music is powered by the Monomachine, the Nord Lead, Novation and maxes the potential of Ableton Live & Digital Performer.. Currently involved in various remix projects with artists and bands across the world.
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Varun Desai a.k.a Yidam has been a traveller, DJ and visual artist within the downtempo music world since 2002. His love for synthesized psychedelic dub, ambient, chillout and breaks put him in the midst of the newly growing psytrance community in the midwest USA as well as at the helm of Divine Balance Records in Chicago. Mysterious energies at the Burning Man festival in 2007 sent him back East to incorporate the ideals of electronica with lesser exposed ethnic music from obscure origins. He is now based out of Kolkata, India, creating the sounds from his travels while pushing underground electronic moment with the Bengaliens and creating overground events via his brand - Littlei.

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Rahul Giri aka DJ Neuroresque all the way from Nepal, to America then India, is a soundscape artist of the highest order. Working his midi blues down-tempo mixes with sounds from the Indo-Nepal subcontinent and live samples,his loops and textures create ambiances and moods that transport the listener to new realms. He comes from a diverse range of influences such as Coltrane, Sneaker Pimps and Husker du.
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Prashant Pallemoni has been making music since 1998, fusing house with jazz and Indian influences. His academic stint in the UK (sound engineering at the Manchester-based School of Sound Recording) also led to a production stint with the likes of Angolan singer/guitarist Carlos Nascimento. Prashant set up Grey Soul Records this year and is all primed to take over the live electronica scene in Hyderabad, India.
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Randhir Witana, a rap regular with the popular Sri Lankan outfit Bathiya & Santhush, brings his spirited RnB style vocals to Nameless Now with Sinhalese hip-hop and spoken word that adds a whole new dimension to this project. Having served his time in Australia for for the past 3 year, he has now returned to the Sri Lanka music scene just in time to release his new solo album.
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Harmony Siganporia is a musician, journalist and educator. Part of Purple Flower, Ahmedabad's oldest rock band, she writes for DNA and teaches at DA-IICT. She spent a couple of years in England working on a Master's degree in Literature and Cultural studies. While there, she had occasion to jam with some brilliant musicians, among whom are Marcus McInerney (of The Sofajunkies fame) and singer-songwriter Daz Cooke. Her gurus range from Janis Joplin and Ella Fitzgerald to Led Zeppelin, CCR and others of their ilk. Coming as she does from a classic rock/bluesy-end-of-jazz background, she looks forward to whetting her appetite for the inventive in Nameless Now.
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