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Ninaad

Friday, February 10, 2012


Unlike most of their contemporaries, Ninaad possess a spirit that sticks with you long after that first listen. It’s not just about the soulful nature of their music; they have a certain charisma that draws listeners in, an eminence that is considered quite rare in a lot of today’s music. For a band so young and inexperienced, the Dibrugarh-based five piece seem to be succeeding in impressing people all over the North-eastern fraternity, fabricating a sound that is clearly worth the time and attention. The outfit evoke some serious nostalgia, taking things back to the late 90s with a wide array of influences ranging from Nu-age Alternative Rock, Psychedelia, Prog and pop. Their sound is reminiscent of bands like Them Clones, Levitikus and Early day Goddess Gagged highlighting their evident versatility and promise. Debut Singles, ‘Perception’ and ‘Angel of Agony’ are fantastic nods to their influences, featuring hazy guitars, solid basslines and intensely dreamy vocals. Its nu-age modern rock at its best garnished with a lot of other influences: frantic yet earnest and blithe.

1 comments:

Satyakam Sarma said...

They rock to the pit
\m/

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