EXCLUSIVELY FOR FANS IN JAPAN : Kazuo Ogasawara in conversation with Vishal J.Singh / Article on Serpents Of Pakhangba at BURRN! Online(Japan)

September 1, 2020

Serpents Of Pakhangba : L-R – Aruna Jade, Vishal J.Singh, Fidel Dely Murillo, Manas Chowdhary

Exclusively for Fans in Japan : Kazuo Ogasawara writes about Vishal J.Singh’s new band Serpents of Pakhangba. Read the full conversation between Kazuo and Vishal on BURRN Online(Japan). Link below

https://burrn.online/special/asian-scene/2827?fbclid=IwAR3RH9ryB_gEFpkzDn4p11j3rBR8Edp07UeadmfZlZnkFVFMMEjuUtYctn4

“Amogh Symphony has more structured complex songwriting approach and a bit lesser free improvisation whereas Serpents of Pakhangba has more simplistic songwriting approach and heavy free improvisation. One common thing between these two different bands is : Multi-genre approach. Amogh Symphony is four people who are multi-instrumentalist producers/songwriters. Serpents of Pakhangba is four Instrumentalists with one main song-arranger.” – Vishal J.Singh tells Kazuo Ogasawara((Asian Rock Rising)

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