The name itself suggests a travel apart from the typical musical mindset. From the heart of Baltimore, the standout quartet known as The Bangladesh Project lays out an impressive and diversified array of melodic expression from Hip Hop to Neo-Soul to Funk-infused Jazz. Challenging the trends of rigid industry standards, this band jams out with no qualms about ripping a re-vamped cover of Henrix’s "Hey Joe" or sliding back into the mellow groove of a Jill Scott melody such as “Crown Royal”. The Bangladesh Project has taken the local scene by storm. They have performed in some of the DMV’s premiere venues; including Club Reality, Joe Squared, and Bohemian Caverns. Original songs like “Snazzy” and “I Want You (Moscato Mix)” are trademarks of the group’s signature sound. A notable facet of the The Project’s flexibility is the likelihood that you’ll find them playing behind some of most talented artists in the area at any given time. They’ve teamed up on multiple occasions with the likes of Slick Vic Low, Brownfish, Sean Toure and JSoul to drive a powerful line-up of Hip Hop covers. The highly anticipated & self-titled EP is expected to drop in March 2011. The Bangladesh Project is made up of Bangla Keene-El-Keyboard/Lyricist, Steve Herring-Drums/Percussion, Rob "Big Ace" Clark-Lead/Rhythm Guitar and often features Anonamas-Lead Vocals.