With a colossal growth in the Delhi Music Scene lately, It’s only imperative to see a rise in the number of musicians budding out of their cocoons. The scene is set to be on fire sooner than ever.  With that incremental generation, the demands for places to jam are set to heighten. Not everyone has the zeal to rent out a whole house like the Indian Ocean, and jam and live together.

The Jam Pads in Delhi have crept up like Tesla’s charging stations in the states. We have compiled a list of 5 Jam Pads in Delhi and around that might become the new apexes of this new civilization of music. Learn more here:

MGMH Sound Station, Okhla

This is one of the oldest jam pads that has been around for a while now. Sound Station is owned by Music Gets Me High (MGMH). The jam pad is a haven for a massive number of bands in Delhi. What makes the Sound Station – the destination is the good equipment, great acoustics and most enormously, the vibe.

The pad has been frequented and fancied by likes of Faridkot, Advaita, Rohan Solomon, Raghu Dixit, Parikrama, The Ska Vengers, Shafqat Amanat Ali, and others.

Timings: 6 AM – 2 AM / Everyday

Charges: Rs. 250/hour

Address: Music Gets Me High, D- 72, Okhla Industrial Area, New Delhi – 110020.

Know More: Official Website

MGMH Sound Station (Source: mgmh.net)

Ferris Wheel

Ferris Wheel is not just a jam pad. It’s a Studio but not a regular one at that. The Studio houses a total of four studios, a jam pad, a chroma room/editing suite, over 30 mics, 4k cameras and the top-notch gear that one wishes for.

The jam pad is one of the latest installation in the Delhi NCR. Situated in the Civil Lines, Gurugram, the studio has denizens like MatchStick, Even Odd and PAN!C and Soul Bridge. With rates that are no more than what other places charge, this is one sweet spot for the creative endeavors.

Timings: 11 AM to 9 PM.

Charges: Rs. 250 Per Hour.

Address: 59/60, II Floor, Old Judicial Complex, Civil Lines, Gurugram, Haryana.

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Ferris Wheel Studio – Live Room (Source: Facebook)

Carnival Underground

Being true to its name, One of the oldest jam pads in the capital is no short of a carnival. With a guest list of Nasya, Undying Inc., Badshah, Shibani Kashyap, Mohini Dey, Gino Banks, and Shafqat Amanat Ali, the jam pad seems to be a well-known top shop. The jam pad is almost 6 years old. Although we are tempted to use a carnival of rust pun here but that would be in distaste for some. However, the venue has seen almost 1500 bands practice and play, clocked 10,000 work/jam hours and trained 1500 students.

Carnival is one hell of a venue which becomes more clear when the place is booked for a show. As the pad can be transformed into a stage within no time and has a capacity of 100 attendees. With such a history and patronage, the prices feel almost as a discount to an adventure.

Apart from the mentioned, Carnival Underground also offers Music Classes, Equipment Rental and Dance Classes. To top it all, the organization also manages resident musicians.

Timings: Morning: 7:00 am – 1:00 pm
Afternoon: 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Evening: 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Charges: Rs. 300 Per Hour

Address: A-29, Basement, Dayanand Colony, Lajpat Nagar – 4, New Delhi – 110024.

Know more: Official Website

Sound of Soul (SOS) Jam Pad

With an old-school website that drips of heavy metal and a dark red interior, this jam pad is a safe house for bangers and thrashers. With equipment list including JBL EON SERIES Active PA System, Randall RX75RG2 electric guitar combo, Randall RX75BM kickback combo & Peavey Bandit 112 amp, and Yamaha REV100 Digital Reverberator, this place has enough power to fuel you with.

Located in South Ex – II, the place opens it’s door a little late than other pads in the city. Also, the charges are still average for all that equipment and inspiration. For those who like the vibe, SOS Jam Pad also offers annual memberships.

Timings: 10:30 AM to 8:30 PM, Every day.

Charges: Rs. 250 Per Hour.

Address: Sound of Soul, G – 2, Basement, South Extension – II, New Delhi – 110049.

Know more: Official Website

Soundspeaks Lounge (Source: Soundspeaks Website)


We don’t know if music hits and causes no pain but sound speaks for sure. At least that’s what we can say about this Lutyens’ Delhi gem. A brainchild of Yashita Tripathi, Soundspeaks deals in audio pre/post-production, sound designing, composing, creating corporate jingles, live sound, artists/event management and team building workshops apart from being a jam pad.

With a strong portfolio, the jam pad has housed likes of Faridkot, The Circus, Cyanide, Fuzz culture, Shubha Mudgal, Hashback Hashish, Indigo children, Sundog project, The lyre project, Su real and Smash nasty. Apart from the regular, the organization is also associated to a few NGOs in Delhi and also worked for the BJP campaign during the central elections. The venue also has showers and a kitchen other than all the fresh equipment.

Timings: 10:30 AM to 8:30 PM.

Charges: Rs. 300 per hour.

Address: Soundspeaks, E-13/29, Harsha Bhawan, Middle Circle, Connaught Place
New Delhi – 110001.

Know more here: Official Website

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