Tablatronics Tablatronics is an exciting arts media collaboration between Tokyo Love-In (sound artist and media arts producer) and extraordinary musicians who present a world of sounds, fusing Indian classical music and other South Asian disciplines with contemporary electronic beats and beautifully synchronised visuals.
Tablatronics is set against a cinematic backdrop of stunning imagery by Pete Longworth (photographer) and Christopher Baron (film), reflecting the rich South Asian heritage of the ensemble.
Tokyo Love-In incorporates the latest technology using the iPad as an instrument triggering samples, as DJ turntables, and modern synths, and synchronising visuals through his MacBook Pro.
Tablatronics is available on the iTunes Stores
Tablatronics presenting their signed Apple Event poster to Apple - Sydney, Australia.
(Maharshi Raval, Tokyo Love-In, Ketan Parmar, Janakan Raj)
Tablatronics at the launch of Parramasala
Tokyo Love-In (Michael K. Chin) & Maharshi Raval
Tablatronics - India (Journey Along the Silk Road) by Tokyo Love-In feat. Yama Sarshar on tabla
Available on iTunes search: Tokyo Love-In Tablatronics
Apple Store: Tablatronics feat. Tokyo Love-In on iPad, Maharshi on tabla, Jana on mridingham, Yama on tabla & dholak, Ketan on Djembe & percussion, Bukhu Mongolian throat-singing & horse fiddle.
Thank you everyone for such a great turnout! We ended up filling up the overflow area as well where all the display Macs are! Love u all for making this event a great success!!!
Apple Store: Tablatronics soundcheck. Thanks to the sound engineers from Jands for doing a great job on such a challenging mix ;)
Michelle!!! My ICE Hubster ‘Hub-Star-Sista’!!!
Tablatronics @ the Apple Store! Maharshi, Tokyo Love-In & Ketan!
#Parramasala launch at Riverside Theatre, #Parramatta - Maharshi Ravel & @TokyoLoveIn
Just arrived at Riverside Theatres to set up for my gig as Tablatronics - the opening act for the launch of Parramasala
Mahmood Khan celebrates ‘50 Million Views on YouTube’ with a live performance on Australian National Television - Channel 9’s Kerri-Anne Show.
‘Like the River’
written by Mahmood Khan
Phil Sander (piano)
Shaun Tarring (drums)
Michael K. Chin (guitar)
Mahmood Khan (vocals/guitar)
Maharshi Ravel (Indian tabla)
Tamasin Howard (vocals)
Bethany Heagney (vocals)
Naomi Csoke (vocals)
Joe Manton (bass)