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Back2music: A unique concept. (www.back2music.in)

Back2music is a unique concept by two musicians from Assam Rrituraj Sharma and Indrajit Chetia from Assam. The basis of this concept is that songs are composed remotely and released through the net. The composition, lyrics, recording of the voice, video etc are all done remotely and then the final mixing is done in the studio in Mumbai. The compositions are all original and they are sung by such people who have been good singers in their College/University days but have never pursued music as a full time career. These people are now well established in their careers and would never go to a reality show to showcase their talent and in reality have actually pushed music to a backseat because of work pressure and family responsibilities. This is an attempt to get them back to music and of course roll them out to music lovers from this region that are spread out across the Globe. The concept is non-commercial and non-revenue generating.


A few days back they have released their second single which has been sung by their new talent Ripon Baishya and the response has been tremondous. This song is highly recommended for people who are from Guwahati or have studied in Guwahati.


The video can be watched in : http://www.back2music.in/video.php and the song is available for FREE download in the back2music website.

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Arindam Garg, Associate Professor and Head, Department of Management, Rajiv Gandhi University, Arunachal Pradesh.

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