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Arnob

THE NEW ARNOB

LIVING WITH THE STARS

THE NEW ARNOB

What sets Arnob apart is the fact that he comes from a complete family of artists of diverse talents, and that he has grown up at Shantiniketon. This makes his foundation different from most others. Back when his family used to live downstairs from my house in Malibag, I first heard about Shayan Chowdhury Arnob as a youngster who studies as Santiniketon (he was visiting Bangladesh on holidays) and that he is extremely keen on music. I also heard that he is adept in playing the Sarengi, a...

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Hok Kolorob: Mellifluous melodies

Hok Kolorob: Mellifluous melodies

Shayan Chowdhury, better known as Arnob, made a strong first impression in the country's music scene with “Chaina Bhabish” in 2005. His music had depth, the arrangements were uncommon, and his lyrics were poetic and reflective; yet, it did not attain booming popularity. The reason, some said, was that it was not music that everyone could easily relate to or hum along. His second album, “Hok Kolorob” (2006, Bengal Music Company) made up for that, and some. The album opens with the simple, happy tunes of “Bakshey Bakshey”. The tune is catchy, and the song somewhere feels connected to the Malvina Reynolds/Pete Seeger classic “Little Boxes”. The next song, “Tomar Jonno”...

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