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EP making noise with “SHOR MACHA” | Video Out

EP making noise with “SHOR MACHA” | Video Out

EP started a wave of change in modern music in Pakistan in 2003 with its album – Irtiqa. Striking a chord with the youth, EP rose fast to fame with its hard to match energy, powerful wall of sound and a kind of music that still remains its signature. The band performed a multitude of shows in its 3 year […]

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EP makes some noise for ‘youth revolution’

EP makes some noise for ‘youth revolution’

Rock band EP launched a new patriotic song and music video on August 14 that it hopes will provoke a “youth revolution” in Pakistan. “The message is for people to stop complaining and start acting,” said Fawad Khan, EP’s vocalist, at a crowded launch ceremony at Café Rock near Hussain Chowk in Gulberg on Saturday night. “Young people especially need […]

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EP – Bolo Bolo

EP – Bolo Bolo

What a way to impress your fans.  After singing rock and heavy metal songs, I was not sure if Entity Paradigm would do well in Coke Studios. However,  I did have a feeling Fawad Khan the vocalist of the band can pull it off.  Fawad as we know has sang songs like “Humare Hain” from Khuda Kay Liye and also […]

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Be a part of Ep’s Shor Macha Video Shoot

Be a part of Ep’s Shor Macha Video Shoot

Entity Paradigm [eP] will be shooting the music video of the song “Shor Macha.” All of the EP fans are invited to take part. “Shor Macha” is the voice of the young of Pakistan Please contact Mr. Sikandar (production Manager) on 03224006482 for venue location and other details For More Info – Facebook Event Page

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Catching up with EP: Chapter 2

Catching up with EP: Chapter 2

From their powerhouse music to strong vocals and intense lyrics, EP really knew how to drive concerts into a loud, frantic, head-banging frenzy back in the day. When they broke up after delivering the hugely popular album Irtiqa, they left a trail of disappointed fans eager for more. Seven years later, EP has decided to regroup with two members less. […]

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