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Nano Twist and Songdew Joining The Bandwagon With Their Music Premiere Series

Jul 16, 01:56pm

With the launch of Music Premiere, Nano Twist in association with Songdew have joined the bandwagon of organizations striving to promote the music of independent artists across the nation. With some seasoned musicians in the fray, audiences can look forward to experience some diverse sounds. 

In another significant step forward in the trend of promoting independent artists across the country, Nano Twist in association with Songdew, flagged off the Nano Twist Music Premiere featuring the likes of Susmit Sen Chronicles, Bobby Cash, Baiju Dharmajan, Lambada, and Harpreet. With a view to launch and promote the various creations of the aforementioned musicians, the initiative can be placed along with several other campaigns providing such coherent platforms  - BalconyTv, Tehelka Music Project, Project Resound to name a few.

Not limiting itself to one genre, the campaign has incorporated musicians with a diverse outlook, with the music ranging from classical Indian to rock to country to folk.

With the first single – called ‘Bongingon’ - by the Susmit Sen Chronicles already served to the audiences to feast on, we can look forward to more ingenious music coming our way in the month of July and August. As Songdew has emerged as one of the leading online platforms for consumption of music, we can most definitely expect this initiative to be a resounding success reaching a wide variety of audiences.

Next up is Baiju Dharmajan, with heavy influences from Carnatic music as well as rock, set to release his track on July 20. 

Check out their website for further information.

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