Underground Authority

Underground Authority
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Background information
Origin Kolkata, West Bengal, India
Genres Rap rock, alternative rock, protest poetry
Years active 2010 (2010)–present
Associated acts !Banned, Skydive
Website Underground Authority on ReverbNation
Members Santhanam Srinivasan Iyer (EPR)
Adil Rashid
Soumyadeep Bhattacharya
Sourish Kumar

Underground Authority (Bengali: আন্ডারগ্রাউন্ড অথরিটি,Tamil: ஆண்டெர்க்ரௌண்ட் ஆதோரிட்டி,Hindi: अंडरग्राउंड अथॉरिटी) is an alternative rock / rap rock band from India. Formed in early 2010, in Kolkata, their music is flavoured by a blend of protest poetry, reggae, alternative rock, rap rock and hard rock. The band is noted for their socio-political messages / Anti-capitalism agenda in their song lyrics and also for their Music to express and not impress quote.

The current line-up includes Santhanam Srinivasan Iyer (EPR), Adil Rashid, Soumyadeep Bhattacharya and Sourish Kumar.


Formation / early years / pre India's Got Talent

Underground Authority was formed in early 2010, when two of the previously existing acts from Kolkata, !Banned and Skydive collaborated to put forth a new act together. They primarily started off performing in the premier pubs of Kolkata and participated in major music events, including the Closed Mic / Best of open mic at Someplace Else and Tuborg Unseen Underground Pub Rock festival.[1] They were also the runners up at a national rock band competition, Yamaha Asian Beat 2010, held at Hard Rock Cafe in Mumbai.[2]

If not rivalry, then we would surely prefer the term 'fierce competitors' to describe us in the past, when we used to face off and compete as a band at the national / local music circuit. But then again, we always had this dream of coming together as a unit at some point of time and fortunately, it happened on the pleasant evening of April 3, 2010. We figured that all five of us wanted to experiment and come up with something new and unique; so when the idea of Underground Authority came up, we straight away went for it as we all had a gut feeling that it would result in something fresh and inviting.
— Underground Authority at an interview for Eight Octaves, Music news and services in India.[3]

On 17 May 2010 – They had performed at a concert in Kolkata organised by Power 107.8 FM to help promote mass awareness on the extinction on tigers in the country. [4]

On 16 July 2010 – They had also been a part of a special night organised by popular city bands and individuals to offer a tribute to the Indian film music directors at the pub, 'Basement' at 'Samilton Hotel' in Kolkata. They performed A.R.Rahman directed songs, 'Rukmini' and 'Humma Humma' in their own versions as a tribute to the former. [5]


!Banned was a rap-metal band from the city, composed of Santhanam Srinivasan Iyer on the vocals, Kuntal De on the rhythm guitar, Roheet Mukhejee on the bass guitar and Anup Hela on the drums.

They were mostly active from time period January 2009– March 2010 and had won many rock band competitions held at the cultural festivals of colleges. Some of the notable are named below,

  • 'Sanskriti 2010' – Jadavpur university, Cultural Festival organised by the students of the Engineering Department- Band competition Winners.
  • 'Spunkz' 2010 – Pailan College of Management and Technology, Annual Cultural Festival – Band competition winners.
  • 'Sanskriti 2010' – Jadavpur university, Cultural Festival organised by the students of the Arts Department – Band Competition winners.

On 23 January 2010, Kolkata, they had opened for Krishnakumar Kunnath, a famous Bollywood playback singer and were also awarded by him on stage, as the band had won the 'Times of Youth Challenge 2010' rock band competition organised by the Times of India and the Times group.[6][7]

The band discontinued in April 2010, as the bass guitarist, Roheet Mukherjee left the band to join another city band Five Little Indians.


Skydive started as a rap-rock side project that included Santhanam Srinivasan Iyer on the vocals/rap, Adil Rashid on the lead guitar, Soumyadeep Bhattacharya on the bass guitar, Bhaveen Juthani on the rhythm guitar and Sourish Kumar on the drums.

Though the activity of the band didn't span for more than three months, from January to March 2010, the band had an unbeatable record of winning all the band competitions it had taken part in at cultural festivals of colleges. The following are the competitions they took part in,

On 28 January 2010 they took part and had won the band competition event at 'Caledonia 2010' – the annual cultural fest of Scottish Church College, Calcutta. Their original composition Private investigation of a microphone in Jerusalem was an instant hit among the audience and the judge, Radio Jockey Vineet of Red FM 93.5. [8]

Band members

Santhanam Srinivasan Iyer (Epr) performing at an Underground Authority Concert held in Nazul Mancha, Kolkata

Santhanam Srinivasan Iyer (EPR)

Also known as E.P.R (emcee/ poet/rapper), Santhanam Srinivasan Iyer is the frontman / emcee of the band, he's one of the first emcees / rappers in the city to make a mark. He is noted for his stage presence and passionate delivery of vocals. He's also the lyricist of the band and is a follower of Anarchist Communism, which can be seen in his works. Previously he used to often rap / perform at open mic sessions at Someplace Else, Park Hotel, Kolkata and was a very popular performer since then.[9] His interactions with the audience are powerful and he frequently crowd surfs / stage dives at his performances.

There is very little space to jump. If I jump over you guys, will you hold me?
— Santhanam Srinivasan Iyer at a performance, Unseen Underground Pub Rock Festival.[10]
Adil Rashid

Adil Rashid

He is the lead guitarist of the band and is a Gibson supported artist from Gibson Guitar Corporation. He specialises in jazz, blues, funk, rock and metal. His inspirations are Paul Gilbert (Mr Big), Yngwie Malmsteen, Slash (Guns N' Roses), Vito Brata, to name a few. He is also the grandson of Mohammed Salim, who was the first Indian footballer to play overseas, in 1936 for the Scottish club Celtic FC 1st division.

Soumyadeep Bhattacharya
Sourish Kumar

Soumyadeep Bhattacharya

Soumyadeep Bhattacharya alias 'Bubbla' is the bassist in the band. He states that he fell in love with the instrument called the bass guitar when he first saw it in a shop.

Sourish Kumar

Sourish is the drummer of the band .He is extremely versatile and received the best drummer award at Hornbill International Rock Contest 2013.He is one of the best drummer from Kolkata

Musical influences

A 29-second sample of the song "You Can't Stop", one of the singles recorded by Underground Authority in the year 2010 just after India's Got Talent (Season 2).

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Underground Authority is known for its original compositions, which always tend to portray a political message which they term it as "Protest Poetry". Some of their popular original songs include,

  • "Microphone" (a tribute to the song Handlebars by Flobots)
  • "Realize" (a song which is completely based on the establishment of a classless society and Communism),
  • "You Can't Stop Us" (a song which speaks against Racism),
  • "We Kill G.I. Joes" (a song which addresses the stereotypical society being dominated by the ideals of materialism)[11]

Apart from their originals their acts also include the rap-rock remixed versions of A R Rahman's songs –

The band cites Rage Against The Machine, KRS-One, Cypress Hill, Living Colour, Public Enemy and The Roots as their biggest musical influences.[citation needed]

India's Got Talent – Khoj −2

Underground Authority tried their luck at the auditions of the second season of India's Got Talent, which is a large-scale televised entertainment variety show created by Simon Cowell and Syco TV. The show presents India's best unknown acts and talents, and made their maiden appearance on national television through Colors TV.

Underground Authority in the audition round of India's Got Talent

During the nationwide talent competition, the band covered A. R. Rahman's hits in their own style, which secured their position as one of the nine finalists in the show, earning them a huge fan following. During the competition, the band performed a song from the soundtrack of the Hindi action film Dabangg, which starred guest judge Salman Khan.[13]

The band received an overwhelming response from the Indian audience, winning the hearts of Indian celebrities, including Salman Khan,[14] Sonali Bendre, Nikhil Chinapa, Ayushmann Khurrana and Kiron Kher. Salman Khan requested them to remix the whole Dabangg soundtrack album, in their own unique style. After India's Got Talent, the band became known for twisting Bollywood retro songs and presenting them in their own style of music.

During the television shoot for the auditions of India's Got Talent, in Kolkata, Nikhil Chinapa had liked their performance so much that he had instantly uploaded a status message on them on his account on the social networking site, Twitter.[15]

In all my years of listening to Indian bands, this was one group that gave me goosebumps!
— Nikhil Chinapa on Underground Authority.[16]

Hornbill International Rock Competition 2013

Hornbill International Rock Competition (HIRC 2013) was a part of the annual cultural extravaganza, Hornbill Festival, which showcases the rich Naga culture and is organised by the state government of Nagaland's Music Task Force (MTF), department of Youth Resources and Sports.[17]

Hornbill International (formerly National) Rock Contest is also the longest music festival in the country, it being a seven-day-long festival. India’s biggest prize money for battle of bands contest has been an integral event of the Hornbill Festival extravaganza since its inception in 2000. The contest was held at the newly constructed venue at Solidarity Park, Kohima from 1 to 10 December.

On celebrating the 50th year of statehood, of Nagaland, the government decided to double up the prize money for the competition to make it grander and to have something to remember.

The selected bands competed for the top prize of a whopping 10,00,000/- (1 Million INR), 2,50,000/- ( 250 thousand INR) for the second place and 1,50,000/- (150 thousand INR) for the third place. Individual Prizes for Best Vocalist, Best Guitarist, Best Drummer, Best Bassist will also be given with a prize money of INR 30,000/- each and other surprise Sponsored Prizes.[18]

On December, 10, following the final performances by the short-listed bands, it was announced that 'Underground Authority' were this year's un-doubted winners along with winning, other individual prizes of Best Vocalist ( Santhanam Srinivasan Iyer), Best Bassist (Soumyadeep Bubbla Bhattacharya), Best Drummer ( Sourish Kumar) and Best Runner's up guitarist (Adil Rashid).

While every other band was out feasting on local cuisine and rice beer, Kolkata band Underground Authority were rehearsing hard on the second stage (I spotted the band jamming four times in three days)
— Anurag Tagat, Rolling Stones India on Underground Authority winning HIRC 2013.[19]

The competition was judged by True School of Music co-founder Ashutosh Phatak, Nagaland youth activist and pastor Doring Lungalung and actor Purab Kohli.

Hornbill International Rock Contest 2013 Winners:

  • Winners: Underground Authority (Kolkata)
  • 1st Runners-Up: We The Giants (Dimapur)
  • 2nd Runners-Up: The F16s (Chennai)
  • Best Vocalist: Santhanam Srinivasan Iyer (Underground Authority)
  • Best Guitarist: Aren Longkumer (Infuse)
  • Best Bassist: Soumyadeep Bhattacharya (Underground Authority)
  • Best Drummer Sourish Kumar (Underground Authority)
  • Best Keyboardist: Harshan Radhakrishnan (The F16s)[20]
We have won almost all the big rock fests in India. We have had 21 wins so far. Hornbill was the only one left for us and we knew, if we had this in our kitty, we would have aced every prestigious rock competition in the country. We rehearsed day in and day out. For us, this was the last competition, at least in India. We went in with one goal: to win
— Epr on an interview to Calcutta Times, Times of India on Underground Authority winning HIRC 2013.[21]

Professional career

The band has toured and performed at events across India, including college festivals and concerts. They have has also raised funds for charities and welfare projects on subjects like education, healthcare, livelihood, women empowerment, and advocacy.[22]


Soumyadeep Bhattacharya
  • On 29 October 2010, They were invited to pay a visit to the office branch of 'Smile Foundation India' in Delhi[23] a national level NGO of India. They spent a lot of time with the kids there, interacting with them and also gave motivating lectures to help improve their lives.
  • On 30 October 2010, the band had headlined, 'Kritva 2010' – which is the annual cultural festival for International Management Institute, Delhi.[24]
  • On 12 December 2010 in 2010, they were honoured with an award in recognition and appreciation for their talent by the deputy CM of Jharkhand at a performance in Salt Lake, Kolkata.
  • On 19 December 2010, Underground Authority headlined The Great TTIS Challenge,[25] a seven days longing music and arts festival organised by The Telegraph.
  • On 24 December 2010, they performed at Tata Docomo Rock er Thek, marking the highest number of individuals in attendance at an Underground Authority concert.[26] the audience was reported by the organisers to be over 30,000 persons.[26]
  • On 31 December 2010, they performed at 'Bhavishya 2010' – a rock concert, in Guwahati.[27]
  • They were also invited to make a guest performance on an episode of the 4th season of Bigg Boss,[28][29] an Indian version of Big Brother.


  • 15 January 2011 – Big Bazar Food Festival, Nicco Park ,
  • On 16 January 2011 they headlined the annual cultural fest of Shri Ram Group of Colleges, 'Sanskriti 2011' in Gwalior.[30]
  • On 18 January 2011, they headlined the annual cultural fest of Disha Institute of Management and Technology, Raipur, Chhattisgarh.[31]
  • On 20 January 2011, they were invited by JPR events and AIE creations to perform in a concert at Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.[32]
  • On 20 January 2011, they were invited to perform as celebrity / guest performers at 'Mecca 2011' – the annual cultural festival for Hindu College, University of Delhi. Other celebrity acts also included, Daler Mehndi, a famous Indian bhangra pop singer.[33][34]
  • On 22 January 2011, they headlined the annual cultural fest, 'Xavostav 2011' organised by St. Xavier's College, Calcutta. 'Xavotsav' also happens to be one of the biggest college fests in India. The fest also had Torsha Sarkar of Indian Idol 4 and Remo Fernandes along with Underground Authority as the list of special acts for the same.[11]
  • 23 January 2011 – Annual Function of Lion's Club, Guwahati ,
  • 27 January 2011 – Polytechnic College, Cooch Behar ,
  • 29 January 2011 – Mahadevi Birla World Academy,
  • 30 January 2011 – "Shrijan" Shri Shikshayatan College,
  • 2 February 2011 – Institute of Maritime Studies and Research, Haldia,
  • On 14 February 2011, they headlined as the guest performers of 'Rubaab 2011' – a state level rock band competition organised by Radio Choklate 104 FM, Bhubaneshwar. The other acts, also included the dancer Harihar Dash, who's also one of the finalist of India's Got Talent, season 2.[35]
  • On 13 March 2011, the band headlined the annual cultural fest – 'Glockenspaniel 2011' organised by Seacom Engineering College at Nazrul Manch, Kolkata. Other performing acts at the event also included Cactus (Indian band) and Sumedha Karmahe of Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Challenge 2007.[36]
  • On 23 March 2011, the band had headlined the annual cultural fest – 'Vibgyor 2011' organised by Geethanjali college of Engineering and Technology, Hyderabad.[37]
  • On 28 March 2011, the band had headlined the annual cultural fest – 'Spoculit 2011' organised by Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia National Law University, Lucknow.[38]
  • On 1 April 2011 the band had headlined the annual cultural fest – 'Sangamam 2011' organised by Maturi Venkata Subba Rao Engineering college, Hyderabad.[39]
  • On 12 April 2011, the band had headlined the annual cultural fest of National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur.[40]
  • On 15 April 2011, the band had headlined the annual cultural fest – 'Zeal-2011' organised by B.C.Roy Engineering College, Durgapur.[41]
Underground Authority in Smile Foundation
  • On 23 April 2011 the band had headlined at 'Mesmerizer 2011' – the annual cultural fest of Netaji Subhash Engineering College, Kolkata. The other acts in the event also include Javed Ali, a famous Indian playback singer.[42]
  • On 17 June 2011, the band performed at 'BJ beats 2011' – the annual cultural fest organised by BJ Medical College, Ahmedabad.[43]
  • On 18 June 2011, the band had performed at Live in Concert Kolkata, organised by Bickram Ghosh, Siddha, and little-eye group, to help uplift the standards of music in the city.[44][45] The other acts during the concert also included the Cavatina Duo from Bosnia.[46]
  • On 17 July 2011, they performed at 'Someplace Else', Park Hotel, Kolkata on the occasion of a special musical week where popular city acts like Cassini's Division had also performed.[47]
  • On 8 August 2011, They were featured on an interview for 'Curry Smugglers' with Salman Ahmed of Junoon.[48]
  • On mid-August 2011, They were also a part of NDTV marks for sports, which is a mass awareness campaign and that intends to get sports as a compulsory subject in the educational system of schools and colleges. They were called to make a guest performance at St. John's Diocesan Girls' Higher Secondary School and also to motivate students towards sports. The other notable guests who were called at the Kolkata campaign are Rohan Gavaskar and Kunal Kapoor. The whole performance was shown on NDTV 24X7, in the month of September 2011.[49]


  • On 21 December 2011, They headlined the annual cultural festival of Burdwan Institute of Management and Computer Science (BIMS), Bardhaman.
  • On 22 December 2011, They headlined the annual cultural festival of Seth Anandram Jaipuria College, Kolkata.


  • On 20 January 2012, They headlined the first tech-fest for Chandigarh group of colleges (Gharuan campus), Mohali, Punjab along with acts of prominence, such as Jazzy B.[59][60]

Before stepping on to the football field, the Scorpions guitarist Rudolf Schenker, had also featured and played along with the band on the stadium, belting out the legendary Scorpions number, "Rock You Like a Hurricane" in a rap-rock version which raised a lot of crowd attention.[63][64][65][66]

  • On 19 February 2012, The band had headlined the annual cultural festival of Shri Ram Murti Smarak College of Engineering and Technology, Bareilly.
  • On 11 March 2012, The band performed in the annual cultural festival, 'Legannzza 2012' of Asansol Engineering College, one of the renowned colleges of India.


  • On 11 January 2013, the band headlined annual cultural fest of Calcutta Business School, kolkata ,
  • On 8 February 2013, the band played at Gupta College of Technological Sciences, Asansol ,
  • On 23 March 2013, The band performed in the annual cultural festival, 'Ecstacy 2013' of MLR Institute of Technology, Dundigal, Hyderabad.
  • On 3 April 2013, The band celebrated its third birthday at an event they put up at Princeton club, Kolkata, called Tercer Cumpleaños in which they also invited famous musicians from the city to attend and jam as there was an open stage, kept with instruments and everyone was allowed to play at anytime with anyone, an act which encouraged many musicians to jam while enjoying the birthday celebration. Present members of the band, Cactus along with the famous Bengali lyricist and composer, Anupam Roy, members of the city based metalcore band Chronic Xorn and many others did also attend event. The primary, objective behind such a celebration was to celebrate the band's third birthday, encouraging the bond of unity and friendship with the existing musicians in the circuit.
  • On 4 April, The band performed in the annual cultural festival of St. Mary's Technical Campus, Barasat.[67]
  • On 5 April, The band performed in the annual cultural festival of G.S.M. Polytechnic College, Bardhaman.
  • on 25 April 2014 The band performed as a guest performer in fest Y COMM '14 (the communication fest NSHM college of management and technology .NSHM knowledge campus,kolkata ).This was Santhanam Srinivasan Iyer's own college .


No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Microphone"   Underground Authority 4:50
2. "Realise"   Underground Authority 4:37
3. "You can't Stop"   Underground Authority 3:52
4. "Urvashi (Cover)"   A.R.Rahman 4:33
5. "Dabangg (Scratch Demo)"   Underground Authority 2:48
6. "Where the streets have a name"   Underground Authority 5:31
7. "Kaash Meri Girlfriend (Demo)"   Underground Authority 1:31
8. "We Rise (Demo)"   Underground Authority 1:26

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