zerobridge is a New York-based indie alternative/rock band formed in 2001. The band draws on the Kashmiri roots of lead singer Mubashir Mohi-ud-Din and his brother and drummer, Mohsin. zerobridge is named after an actual bridge in Srinagar, the capital of Kashmir. Other band members include bass player Greg Eckelman, who joined in 2003, guitarist Jay Barclay, who joined zerobridge in 2007, and keyboardist Paolo Arao who joined in 2008.
No Epiphany (2001) is zerobridge’s first self-released EP, featuring a 12 and a half minute instrumental with samples of “Chalte, Chalte”, a song composed by Ghulam Muhammad for the film Pakeezah, a popular 1972 Indian "Bollywood" film. The band’s first full-length debut, eponymously titled zerobridge, was released in 2003. The track "In Exile" explores the ghazal, a centuries-old genre of Persian poetry, and the band cites the intellectual influences of Agaha Shahid Ali, Salman Rushdie and Edward Said. The band is currently in the studio working on a full length album for release later in 2009.