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The Mangalz – IndiEarth Winners to Perform at GIMF 2012

The IndiEarth “Perform At GIMF” competition attracted a number of fantastic track submissions from across the country, for the opportunity to grab the spotlight, at The Guwahati International Music Festival, scheduled between 23rd – 25th November, 2012.

After much deliberation, The Mangalz, a “Hindcore” band based in Delhi, have been selected from over 25 bands, and are the winners of the IndiEarth contest.

A Hindi Rock/ Metal/Metalcore band – or  “Hindcore”, as they call themselves – The Mangalz are originally from the hills of North East India, but currently reside in Delhi.  The band comprises X’Zing on vocals; Haggai on lead guitar; Daarjey on guitar; Baba on bass; and Sachin on percussion.

When asked about what they are looking forward to at GIMF, Haggai replied “GIMF, we believe, is giving us a great platform to share our ideas, and is a place to connect with musicians of various experience, which is what inspired us to be a part of it. When various musicians and artists of various tastes comes together, only one thing is possible – and that is magic. We really look forward to meeting great minds, and learning and sharing at the same time”.

GIMF 2012 is a music festival,  conceptualized to showcase the best of regional, national and international talent, in the music field.  The various events at GIMF include live music performances, lecture-demonstration sessions, film screening events, and display kiosks for professionals and firms from the music trade industry.

Click HERE, for more on The Mangalz.

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IndiEarth is an online B2B platform that connects India’s non-mainstream independent Musicians and Filmmakers to worldwide Media. The platform features a blog, offers value-added services and wider opportunity networks through its partnerships. IndiEarth is an EarthSync Initiative.

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