Abiogenesis performing at Azad Bhawan Auditorium, New Delhi on 16th august 13
Dimapur, Aug 27 : It was raining cats and dogs at Delhi, but it did not deter the music lovers of Delhi to throng the venue to listen to Naga Howey music and see and hear Bamhum, the new Indian wind musical instrument invented from Nagaland.
At the stroke of seven on the eve of August 16, the packed crowed at Azad Bhawan Auditorium, IP Estate, New Delhi, were mesmerized by the exclusive concert by Abiogenesis.
Organized by Indian Council for Cultural Relations, Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India, New Delhi, Abiogenesis with their two new young recruits Kora Aier, 24 on Bass and Akhiu Kips, 17 on drums gave an energetic power packed one hour performance from 7 to 8 pm with tracks from their four albums.
After they played their last song, the crowd did not disperse but demanded for more and the band obliged with "Time for a Change" from their latest album "Legacy of The Mountains" a song which tells about potholes, power cuts and even asking the people how change can come about when the mandate is already sold and even praying to God to intervene.
The band stressed that the change doesn't necessarily mean changing of leaders but reviving oneself and dedicating to usher progress and development.
At the start of the concert before the band played,Anwar Haleem,Dy Director General (AH), ICCR handed a bouquet each to all the four band members.