Har Ik Zehr
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Har Ik Zehr

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"Brides and Grooms Vow the Crowd"

Review of Har Ik Zehr’s performance on November 19, 2006 at Stony Brook University’s Club Om’s ‘Dulha Dulhan’ Fashion Show.

“After all of the formal introductions and explanations were taken care of, the real event began, first with a musical guest, “Har Ik Zehr”, which in Urdu, means “Every Single Poison”. Their music was a blend of Pakistani and American Rock, the classic “East meets West” fusion. Lead singer Amish Dar captivated the audience with his unique sound and hypnotic guitar.”

Shanza Malik
The Stony Brook Statesman, Issue Date: 11/30/06 - The Stony Brook Statesman

"Students glimpse Indian glamour"

Review of Har Ik Zehr’s performance on February 6th, 2008 at New York University’s Jhalak Fashion Show.

“Har Ik Zehr, a band that called their style a "multicultural, musical experiment," rocked out between fashion shows. They played an unconventional love song, rock style tunes and a powerful spoken word piece that tried to send a message of peace to everyone, regardless of religion and race.”

Lindsey Mueller
Washington Square News, Issue date: 2/7/08 - Washington Square News


Har Ik Zehr EP (2006)



Har Ik Zehr, which means “Every Single Poison” in Urdu, is a world/fusion alternative rock band comprised of Pakistani born guitarist/vocalist Dar, Chinese-American bassist Timothy Leung, and Colombian-American drummer Richard Orjuela.

Their music combines Eastern style melodies and rhythms mixed with Latin beats, bluesy guitar, and driving bass… From angelic and hymn-like to aggressive spoken word, from bluesy ballads and “feel good pop” to driving hard rock… Thoughtful and thought provoking lyrics in English and Urdu that takes you on a voyage through the human experience: from love to heartbreak, sadness to happiness, from anger and self-doubt to faith…

Har Ik Zehr is based in New York City. They have also opened for Pakistani rock bands such as Jal, Junoon, and Atif Aslam. Their music has been played on Radio 1 FM91 in Karachi, Pakistan, Harris Radio in Brooklyn, NY, PBS 106.7FM in Melbourne, Australia, and the BBC’s Asian Network in the UK. They have also been featured on “The Beat” on Bridges TV.

Har Ik Zehr actively supports micro-finance by lending a portion of their earnings from each performance to entrepreneurs in developing countries through Kiva.org. Please visit their lender profile at http://kiva.org/lender/harikzehr.

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