Dee En's live set up is marked by an overall production aesthetic, amplified by an elaborate light and set design, allowing them to surpass the traditional notion of live playing and explore new directions of art form.
Dee En’s music has been able to reach the listeners’ attention over the last few months ever since the release of their debut EP ‘Whoopsie Daisy’. The record was a 7-track compilation of their synth-based psychedelic pop sound which gained great reviews across multiple platforms like Rolling Stone India, Wild City, Scoopwhoop and the likes.
Following the record, the act also released several videos over this course in collaborations including a single called ‘The Cat’ which were positively reviewed as “adding a visual frame to the band’s atmospheric sound”.
Dee En’s live sets in general are marked by their remarkable sense of production aesthetic, amplified by an elaborate set and light design, which allows them to surpass the traditional notion of live playing and explore new directions of art form. The live band is selective with their shows and recently added the 2018 edition of Ziro Festival of Music to their list.