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Sony India Project Resound Comes Back With Season 2

Jul 04, 01:42pm

After a well received first season, Sony India has launched the next iteration of Project Resound re-focusing on the importance of experiencing quality music. Featuring an impressive line up including Pentagram, Benny Dayal and Nucleya, Midival Punditz and Kutle Khan, and Karsh Kale, this edition comes from purity. 

After the resounding success of its debut season, Sony Music India is back with a bigger and bolder avatar of Project Resound, continuing its primary objective of promoting consumption of quality music among the audiences. After featuring a collaboration of Kailash Kher and Shreya Ghoshal in the first season, this year we will see the likes of Nucleya and Benny Dayal, Midival Punditz, and Kutle Khan, Karsh Kale, and Pentagram working on some fresh tunes incorporating elements ranging from regional traditional/classical to electronica to rock.

With a tagline of ‘Upgrading your ears’, emphasizing on the importance of the purity of sound, the project also aims to create an awareness of the importance of listening to music through quality means.  With this vision, Sony is also promoting the launch of their new line of headphones, which they believe will go a long way in its realization.

With the first video slated to release on the July 7, and others following each week, audiences can now look forward to some new music which has been produced with a view to reach everyone in its purest form.

Watch a video of Project Resound Season 2 artists below:

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