FLUX · Natasha Noorani Unplugged: "Choro"
A musical performance by Natasha Noorani in the live event FLUX: An Evening in Dissent
FLUX: An Evening in Dissent
A pre-release, unplugged version of Natasha Noorani's as-yet-unreleased single "Choro." The official music video followed by a Q&A on the video's aesthetic was subsequently featured in our 2021 event "In Grief, In Solidarity."
Jaishri Abichandani's Art Studio Tour
Kshama Sawant & Nikil Saval: A panel on US left electoralism, COVID19, recent victories, & lasting problems.
Tarfia Faizullah: Poetry Reading
Bhavik Lathia & Jaya Sundaresh: A panel on the US Left & its relationship with media in the wake of Bernie Sanders' loss.
Rajiv Mohabir: Poetry Reading
SAAG, So Far: A Panel with the Editors
DJ Kiran: A Celebratory Set
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Watch the event in full on IGTV.
Women Singers of Pakistan
NATASHA NOORANI is a musician, festival director and ethnomusicologist from Lahore.
Noorani has a diverse range as a singer-songwriter, playback singer and voice-over artist. While pursuing contemporary Pakistani pop music, she has also been training in khayal gayaki, and was awarded the Goethe Talents Scholarship in 2019. Her solo EP Munaasib is inspired by r’n’b, neo-soul, and prog rock. Noorani is part of the band Biryani Brothers, and has collaborated on recordings with Strings, Abdullah Siddiqui, Sikandar Ka Mandar, Talal Qureshi, Gentle Robot & Jamal Rahman. Noorani was featured on Velo Sound Station (2020), and has also recorded on soundtracks for the films Baaji (2019) and Chalay Thay Saath (2017).