Festival of India featuring SADUBAS
Jan 7, 2018

Bowers Museum (Santa Ana, CA) is proud to present Sadubas, aka The Sadhus of Bass. The duo converges classical Indian rhythms with 70s Bollywood vibes to create psychedelic soundscapes that are one part trip hop and two parts cinematic south Asia. Electronic artists Robin Sukhadia (MFA ’07) and Ameet Mehta bring a wide range of contemporary influences to their compositions, including media samples, Bollywood grooves, and classical Indian rhythm and raga.

The Resistance Sessions

August 25, 2017

SADUBAS, aka The Sadhus of Bass invite you for an intimate evening of audio visual delight converging classical Indian rhythms with 70’s Bollywood vibes and modern day electronics to create psychedelic soundscapes that examines the current state of the Union. Kicking off the sessions is special guest artist and beat conductor extraordinaire, Roarkyd.


LACMA presents Bollywood & the Mughals
October 5, 2015

SADUBAS Remixes AR Rahman’s film score to Jodhaa Akbar and Naushad’s film score to Mughal e Azam. Featuring Clinton Paterson (trumpet)


LACMA presents Lagaan and the rise of Global Bollywood
September 16, 2014

SADUBAS Remixes AR Rahman’s film score to Lagaan. Featuring Sheela Bringi (Bansuri)

BandishProjekt CFAER April 25

Eagle Rock Center for the Arts
April 25, 2014

Bandish Projekt & SADUBAS Ableton Set


Eagle Rock Center for the Arts
March 27, 2014

Mughal E Azam Lecture & Performance with special guest Jason Abraham Roberts (Guitar)


Family Dance Jam
January 26, 2014

Los Angeles based family friendly dance and motion event



Subcontinental Scare @ Machine Project
October 26, 2013


Sadubas featured at Tasuni Mak Summer World Music Series
July 9, 2013


SADUBAS @ Lament in the Night Book Launch by Kaya Press USC
February 23, 2013

Take a journey into the hidden history of 1920s Little Tokyo, with this day of celebrating the Kaya Press release of LAMENT IN THE NIGHT, originally written in 1925 by writer Shoson Nagahara and translated into English for the first time by Andrew Leong. Actors Tamlyn Tomita and Gedde Watanabe will read excerpts from the book, followed by a discussion and Q&A with LA Times Book Critic David Ulin and translator Andrew Leong.


Music & Art Exhibition by Adnan Hussain
February 22, 2013

@ Levantine Cultural Center @ 7 pm


Craft & Folk Art Museum
November 17, 2012

5814 Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90036-4597
Featuring special guests bansuri flautist Sheela Bringi and Mandeep Sethi


T A B L A C E N T R I C @ The Hammer Museum
April 2010

Week long Artist Residency


LACMA Family Sundays
January 18, 2010

Featuring special guests Meena and Megha of Taal Collective & bansuri flautist Sheela Bringi
Sponsored by Target.


T A B L A C E N T R I C @ The Machine Project
February 2008