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Khiyo are a London-based British-Bengali band known for their unique style of blending traditional Bengali heritage music with contemporary rock'n'roll vibes. Oliver Weeks' wild electric guitar riffs unite energetically with strings, brass, tabla... all enhanced by the powerful and mesmerizing vocals of Sohini Alam. Their latest album 'Bondona', meaning 'to pay homage to', features Nazrul and Rabindra Sangeet classics, as well as original compositions, that honor the beauty of Bengali culture and heritage. Through Khiyo, Alam and Weeks have succeeded in preserving Bangladesh's cultural identity for a new generation, and have introduced Bangladesh to a whole new audience."- Lopa Kothari
Khiyo are a London-based British-Bengali band known for their unique style of blending traditional Bengali heritage music with contemporary rock'n'roll vibes. Oliver Weeks' wild electric guitar riffs unite energetically with strings, brass, tabla... all enhanced by the powerful and mesmerizing vocals of Sohini Alam. Their latest album 'Bondona', meaning 'to pay homage to', features Nazrul and Rabindra Sangeet classics, as well as original compositions, that honor the beauty of Bengali culture and heritage. Through Khiyo, Alam and Weeks have succeeded in preserving Bangladesh's cultural identity for a new generation, and have introduced Bangladesh to a whole new audience."- Lopa Kothari
5019396290129

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Format: CD
Label: ARC MUSIC
Rel. Date: 07/22/2022
UPC: 5019396290129

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Khiyo are a London-based British-Bengali band known for their unique style of blending traditional Bengali heritage music with contemporary rock'n'roll vibes. Oliver Weeks' wild electric guitar riffs unite energetically with strings, brass, tabla... all enhanced by the powerful and mesmerizing vocals of Sohini Alam. Their latest album 'Bondona', meaning 'to pay homage to', features Nazrul and Rabindra Sangeet classics, as well as original compositions, that honor the beauty of Bengali culture and heritage. Through Khiyo, Alam and Weeks have succeeded in preserving Bangladesh's cultural identity for a new generation, and have introduced Bangladesh to a whole new audience."- Lopa Kothari
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