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Blunderware / About This Artist

Artist Details and Stats:

Hometown: Dhaka, BD

Label: Unsigned

Management: Moktadir Dewan Shanto

Website: www.facebook.com

Sounds Like: Loco Motive, Circus Police, Radiohead, Alice in Chains, Incubus

Genre: Rock

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Rock charts for Dhaka, BD
  • 9,274
    Total Fans
  • 14,437
    Profile Views
  • 11
    Recent Plays
  • 563
    Widget Hits

Biography:

We. Are. Blunderware. Hello. Stop.

For more information about us, visit - www.facebook.com/Blunderware

Press:

"...that’s how they are different. They are like children in an amusement park. They have fun with the music; they don’t race or compete. They blunder along and we go along with them on this great journey."
Kashfia Kayes - The Independent (DhakaLive)

“Live from the scene of rhyme - "Mushfiq just let out a dim pada (literally: egg fart, also known as Hridoy Bhuna Khichuri Mix) in the lift with all five of us inside, as we were descending from his flat in Chittagong. We nearly died in the process, but as we lived to tell the tale, we also realized that we were in this together, and together, we would survive millions more of Mushfiq's breakfast egg tinged gas leaks. From that blunder onwards, Blunderware came into being. We promise you that we will make you wet your underpants with our awesome music. No, that didn't come out right. Ah well, always remember, it is you who wears the pants, not the other way around. Stay safe, and please, don't try this at home. With monkeys, or women. Please."”
Odd Bhoot - The Daily Blunder

“Blunderware, who has become this writer's new favourite local band, took the stage next and did "Semi Charmed Life" by Third Eye Blind, "What Time Is It" by The Spin Doctors and two originals titled "Moshari'r Ei Din Raatri" and "Afim Chaash". They kept saying that this was one of their worst shows, but to the audience it seemed pretty gosh darn fantastic making us wonder what their good shows are really like. Here's hoping we get to find out soon enough.”
Musarrat Rahman - The Daily Star (Rising Stars)

“Even though the band is now content with just 'smelling the roses' and having fun playing the local music scene, their fame is inevitable.”
Musarrat Rahman - The Daily Star (Rising Stars)

“...the mad and powerful vocals of Blunderware singing "Afim Chaash" speaks of a band with huge potential to create engaging and atmospheric sounds.”
The Independent (DhakaLive)