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Lady Midday, The Last Theory and The Connectors shine at 'Euphony - A Winter Nocturne' rock competition

Euphony - A Winter Nocturne by Eastern Fare Music Foundation

Three bands from Guwahati rocked the finals of the rock competition on January 30, 2016, held under Euphony music fest at RnB Club in Gitanagar. While Lady Midday received the Music Malt Best Band award, The Last Theory and The Connectors won the 1st and 2nd Runners-up trophies. The winners got certificates, gift hampers and a prize money Rs 15,000.

Lady Midday performing live at Eupony music fest
Himon Choudhury and Adnan Ahmed of Lady Midday won the Best Vocalist and Best Bassist awards respectively and Debarshi Hazarika and Farhan Hasmi Hazarika of The Last Theory won the Best Guitarist and Best Drummer trophies.

The judges for the evening were renowned guitarist of Assam, Rajib Hazarika and Trinity College London passed Vinod M Singh from Bangalore. Celebrated actor and playback singer from Assam Queen Hazarika hosted the event.

Founded in September 2014, Lady Midday is a rock band from Guwahati consists of Himon Choudhury (vocals), Hirak Jyoti Kalita (guitars), Riaz Ahmed (guitars), Adnan Ahmed (bass) and Boris Pegu on drums. The band has so far managed to bag 1st Runner-up trophies at Ransack, Auxesis v 5.0 (Dibrugarh University) and Rock Rising National Beat Contest. The band also won the Best Original trophy for the song 'Hey You' at Rock Rules 2015 at Sanskriti, AIMT.

The Last Theory at Euphony Rock Competition
The Last Theory is a a five piece Progressive Groove Metal / Thrash Metal band from Guwahati. The band includes Nayanabh Bordoloi on vocals, Debarshi Hazarika on lead guitar, Sandeed Sakir on Bass and Farhan Hasmi Hazarika on drums.

The Connectors is Guwahati based rock band consists of Nisht Kashyap, Arnesh Barua, Nitish Pathak and Pritam das. This is the first time the band has won a professional level competition.

The Connectors at Euphony-A Winter Nocturne
Euphony is an annual cultural fest organised by Eastern Fare Music Foundation. For the first time the event was held in Guwahati marking the launch of Eastern Fare's newest branch in Guwahati. The music festival is a collaborative artist retreat for emerging young professionals and celebrated artists, held annually at the end of each summer and winter. Mainly two events are hold every year - 'Euphony - a winter nocturne' in in January and 'Euphony - a summer serenade' in August. The event features performances by well known and upcoming bands and DJs from all over India.

The event was sponsored by Peerless Mutual Fund and powered by Music Malt in association with ChaiTunes, Purple Trope, Mousai and North-East India.


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