Echoes of Indie (Mumbai, India) reviews IV (I and II)

June 24, 2019

Echoes of Indie

“This album was more of a Spiritual journey which is heavy, Melo, Calm yet complex, cemented to the roots, traditions. Even though Amogh Symphony has branched out to the musicians from different parts of the world, somehow they’ve have kept it together without trying too hard. It took 3 years for the album to come out and it was worth it. Derick Savio Gomes, Andrey Sazonov, Tom Fountainhead Geldschläger and Vishal J Singh’s playing is extremely noteworthy, scrumptious and clairvoyant.” Paresh Garude writes at Echoes of Indie

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