127 (band)

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127
Origin Iran Tehran, Iran
Genres Gypsy punk, jazz, rock
Website www.127band.com
Members Sohrab Mohebbi (guitar/vocals)
Sardar Sarmast (piano)
Salmak Khaledi (trombone)
Alireza Pourassad (bass)
Yayha Alkhansa (drums)
Shervin Shahamipour (back vocals, setar)

127 (Persian: ١٢٧) is an Iranian five piece band[1][2] – guitar, piano, trombone, bass and drums – with roots in Iranian melodies and jazz with an alternative sound.

Members include Sohrab Mohebbi (guitar/vocals), Sardar Sarmast (piano), Salmak Khaledi (trombone), Alireza Pourassad (bass), Yayha Alkhansa (drums) and Shervin Shahamipour (back vocals, setar).

Discography[edit]

  • Coming around (2005)
  • The Full time job (2006)
  • Khal Punk (2008)
  • Pop Emergency' (2011)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rockin' hard, rockin' risky". Chicago Tribune. 20 June 2005. Retrieved 25 November 2010. 
  2. ^ "Iran's 127 uses Net to beat repression". Fort Worth Star-Telegram. 16 March 2006. Retrieved 25 November 2010. 

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