#LifeIsMusic – Episode 11: Unmute Math – 1023MB – Instrumental Music

1023MB, mentored by Sitar Maestro Purbayan Chatterjee, play a synchronized mathematical question-answer round in their latest track titled Unmute Math. Ayan Sengupta on the Sitar and Ratan Bharati on the Slide Guitar prove to be the most-melodic instrumentalists in the competition yet again. Yadhunandan Nagraj, the band’s Drummer goes all out with an energetic show on the Drums to match up with the sound of the stringed instruments. Naman Upadhyaya on the Keyboard provides great support to this trio on the stage. Unmute Math has been composed by Ratan Bharati and is called so because it involves a bit of mathematics and a lot of synchronization amongst all the band members.

Louiz Banks and Taufiq Qureshi thoroughly praise the band for their performance in this track and appreciate every bit of this performance. The maestros also call Yadhunandan “the engine of a Rolls-Royce” for his effortless yet exceptional Drumming skills. The band’s mentor, Purbayan Chatterjee reveals how the band had prepared another track but changed the same at the eleventh hour and delivered brilliantly on stage.

Next up is Louiz Banks’ band, Bombay Ducks, who will be performing the Mountain Song.

Let’s start a musical journey and explore our huge collection of instrumental music, best instrumental songs, and musical band online, only on #LifeIsMusic.

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