Society Tea, Along with Urban Beat Project, Launches Musical Web Series #SoundsofSociety Season 2
by EVENTFAQS Bureau Entertainment | September 21, 2020 | News
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Society Tea, in association with Urban Beat Project, has announced the launch of the second season of its live musical web series #SoundsofSociety, curated by Laiq Qureshi. The fourth episode of the second season features a collaboration between singer Tritha Sinha and musician Mathias Durand that presents ‘Akhiyan’.
Sounds of Society is a genre-free, no-rules and an all-inclusive approach to presenting music-making and its associated performing arts. It features musicians and their grassroots approach to making music, in an entirely collaborative format.
Sounds of Society Season 2 is shot with minimal fuss and equipment and will feature both edited as well as one-take videos, to showcase the organic nature of each episode. It aims to document the social and cultural milieu in which we live, by presenting the sounds of today.
Artistes featured so far on Sounds of Society include DJ URI, Delhi Sultanate, Hang Massive, Delhi 2 Dublin, Vasuda Sharma, GowriJayakumar, ChandanaBala, Nush Lewis and others.
Karan Shah, Director, Society Tea said, “Music, an integral part of our lives, has the power of bringing together people across borders, just the way tea does. With Sounds of Society Season 2, we aim to bring soulful melodies by collaborating with versatile artistes. This season has an amazing line-up and is all set to brew a flavourful experience, with the aim of etching music and tea onto the hearts of our audience. We strive towards keeping this spirit of innovation alive while spreading happiness.”
“Some of the best music is made when musicians come together without any real aim in mind, and when they are free of going anywhere particular with their music. Like in a jam. What comes out is pure and organic. This what we want to showcase,” said Laiq Qureshi, founder, Urban Beat Project.
Sounds of Society is a genre-free, no-rules and an all-inclusive approach to presenting music-making and its associated performing arts.