Festival of
Contemporary
Music & Arts

Alsisar Mahal, Rajasthan, India

28.3036° N, 75.2853° E

Fopchu

Through tales of comical characters, tight grooves and catchy melodies, Fopchu traverses DipHop, Squiddle Rock, and Gufunktry Chants with ease and charisma.

Fopchu is a three piece electronic band from Delhi. Friendship and freaky experiences put them together. Previously shy, they preferred their lil’ nooks, but their mutual love for bad puns and infectious laughter instilled a verve to go out and explore the ominous world outside.

Their sound is a vivacious, loopy ride through time. The synthesiser and sampler set the groove, with guitars n’ bass enforcing a rhythmic tyranny. Sprinkled with twinkle toe-esq vocals, they create a sound that harks back to old soulful blues and jazz of yore. Through tales of comical characters, tight grooves and catchy melodies, Fopchu traverses DipHop, Squiddle Rock, and Gufunktry Chants with ease, and dare we say, charisma.

Live, they’re awkward and relatable. Their set is a frivolous mix of moods, ranging from broody ballads, to knee-bending ditties, all riddled with a contagious bop. Their songs are edible for all ages, but still an acquired taste for some. So whether you’re a stand-alone-and-nod, or a lose-a-shoe-dancing kinda person, Fopchu will deliver.

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