Designer Hippies is the music venture of brothers Romeo and Deepesh Sharma. They have performed nationally and internationally with various acclaimed artists
A performance by Designer Hippies guarantees:
A show, a concert, a magical journey, a musical extravaganza and heart throbbing beats mixed with some of the most insane sounds which will stay with you till the end.
Most memorable performance so far:
Deepesh: Seoul, Korea, as no one there spoke English. The only thing that kept us all connected was music
Romeo: In 2001, when I shifted from DAT to CD for the first time
Describe your music in 3 words:
Entertaining, melodic and groovy
A song you’d like to remix:
Deepesh: I’’m Shipping Up to Boston by Dropkick Murphys
Romeo: Sweet Child O’ Mine by Guns N’’ Roses
The most happening music festival in India:
Not because we’ve performed there, but it would be Sunburn.
Your next album will be:
We have already started work on our next EP, Designer Hippies & Family Part 2. Hopefully it will be loved as much, or more, than the
last one (Part 1).
Advice for aspiring DJs:
Deepesh: If you have love for music, perseverance and enthusiasm, then you are definitely on the right track.
Romeo: Clean your ears, wash your eyes, tune your brain and believe in your sound.
Your favourite party track:
Deepesh: GMS and Designer Hippies – We Robot
Deepesh: My brother Romeo
Biggest achievement till date:
Deepesh: Every time I’’m behind the DJ console is like my biggest achievement. Also, my new project called `Mr. Right’.
Romeo: My EP which released in December 2012 called Designer Hippies and Family Part 1.
Celebrities you would like to see at your gig:
Deepesh: Leonardo DiCaprio, Angelina Jolie and Scarlett Johansson
Romeo: Madonna, Steven Tyler and Axl Rose
Your dream performance would be at:
Deepesh: Tomorrowland – Main Stage
Romeo: Wembley Stadium, London
An artist you would like to collaborate with:
Deepesh: Someone who we would like to actually try out something new with that would cause a sensation is Guns N’ Roses
Romeo: Madonna, Steven Tyler and Aerosmith
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