September 8, 2018

Coke Studio releases the fifth episode from Season 11 titled ‘MAUJ’

Episode Five features Sahir Ali Bhagga, Aima Baig, The Sketches, Faqir Zulfiqar, Bhagat Bhooro Laal, Mangal, Darehan Khan, Shayan Khan and Ali Azmat.

[Lahore, 8 September 2018]: Coke Studio proudly released the fifth episode from Season 11 titled ‘MAUJ’ featuring “Malang” by Sahir Ali Bagga and Aima Baig, Daastan-e-Moomal Ranoby The Sketches featuring Faqir Zulfiqar and Bhagat Bhooro Laal, and “Dil Hai Pakistani” by Mangal, Darehan, Shayan and Ali Azmat. Produced by Zohaib Kazi and Ali Hamza, episode five of Coke Studio’s eleventh chapter will be aired on all major television channels, radio stations and will be available online at 

Much like the name suggests, “Malang” raves about passion as the ultimate expression of love. The complimentary energies of Sahir Ali Bagga and Aima Baig in this track give a whole new dimension to the momentum at play. Coupled with the mirthful claps, the song welcomes you to its relentlessly upbeat soundscape. As the sonic build-up swings with the vocal harmonies and its arrangement, it casts the net even wider with the Bansuri and its sporadic Banjo beats. A modern adaption of Saraiki folk classic, “Malang's” diverse musical elements and the zesty groove makes for a spellbinding festive mix. YouTube link:

Dastaan-e-Moomal Rano is a dauntless statement on modern folk-music experience from the poetic journal of Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai. Like Moomal Rano's romantic tragedy, the track's composition mirrors a theatrical tale filled with rich soulful vocals of Saif Samejo and Bhooro Laal's Bhagati (devotee) trill. The musical landscape is explored in depth, capturing the true essence of Sindhi folk with the sound of Narr and the chanting beats of Kartal. “Dastaan-e-Moomal Rano” engages one with the folklore of Moomal and Rano and the enticing yet, complicated side of desire.

“Dil Hai Pakistani” is a tribute to the simplicity of native Balochis. It opens with the deep, cyclic overtone vocals of Mangal spread on the rhythmic beat of the Damboora as he describes the universal emotions of beauty and love. The sound fades only to soar again with Ali Azmat's composition that has been inspired by the Balochi compositions. As the anthem-like rhythm builds up against the jagged guitar riff, the shifting tempos bust open a parallel musical world. Penned by Ali Azmat and one of the most respected lyricists of the last decade, Sabir Zafar, Dil Hai Pakistani” is an homage to the passion of Pakistanis. YouTube link:

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