Based out of Lahore, RamLal is a contemporary band that works with a diversity of eclectic sounds and influences to produce unique compositions.
Consisting of musician Mohammad Fazli on Lead Vocals & Guitar, musician and audio engineer Muhammad Agha on Guitar & backing vocals, the band members are currently in the process of recording their first album.
Speaking about their experience on the Ufone Uth Records platform and on their interaction with the producers the band has said "Ufone Uth Records producers are skilled individuals; working alongside them has been a great experience and was a lot of fun."
RamLal are looking forward to make their musical mark with their original and unconventional song, 'Naughty Boy'.
A contemporary folk music group from Peshawar, having initially formed the band in 2008, Yasir Rehman and Jawad Iqbal added a third musician to the Y&J band in 2010, Abdul Wali Orakzai . With Yasir on the traditional instrument, the Rubaab, Jawad on Rhythm Guitar and Wali as lead vocalist, the band recently recorded a single, yet to be released with Zeeshan Parwez of Zeepar Studios.
The band has enjoyed developing compositions and structures with the Uth Records and team and to this end, Yasir, Jawad and Wali have said "It was our first experience working with such great artists of Pakistan. They are highly talented and really hard working. In fact recording was a tough procedure as they pushed us to strive for perfection which transformed our simple melody into something exceptional".
Traditional Pashto folk melodies with a contemporary feel are to be expected from this dynamic trio, on the Uth Records stage.
Ufone Uth Records announcing Ather Sani. Ather Sani is a Karachi based, primarily self taught musician. In addition to his sheer passion and talent for signing, Ather also plays the keyboard and guitar.
Equally comfortable in the genres of rock and pop as he is with folk and ghazal, Ather Sani was selected as a session stand in vocalist for Coke Studio's Season 1. Speaking about his experience at Ufone's Uth Records, Ather has said "It was very constructive...I hope that this will help me put myself out in the music industry. The producers and Ufone team members have put a lot of work into this project".