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Nagaland band Abiogenesis nominated for GIMA


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By Our Reporter

SHILLONG: Nagaland based music band Abiogenesis latest album Legacy of the Mountains has been nominated in the Best Rock Album in the non-film category of the prestigious Global Indian Music Awards (GIMA) along with Indus Greed, Thermal & A Quarter, Spud In The Box and Parvaaz.

Nominees of GIMA Music Awards are shortlisted by the jury and the winners are determined by Academy Members voting.

Legacy of the Mountains was released worldwide by Mondotunes, USA and sold online in over 750 collaborating labels and stores.

It has been just three short years since GIMA made its debut. Today it is the most definitive platform that honours talent in Indian music. A GIMA nomination itself is a validation of musical quality and only the most outstanding, across multiple genres, have received a nomination and the finest take home the coveted GIMA.

Now in its 4th edition, GIMA will continue to applaud the best in Indian music, those who have created music with the power to touch millions of lives.

“To win a GIMA is, indeed, the ultimate accolade,” said band member and founder Moa Subong, who is also known worldwide for inventing a bamboo made wind musical instrument Bamhum, which is an integral part of every Abiogenesis show. GIMA is an initiative of Wizcraft, one of India’s leading Communication and Entertainment Company.


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