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Anubhav Silas is one of those musicians who think out-of-the-box thinking musicians, who make music with meaning to it. His new EP “Twenty-Four Hours” comprises five instrumental songs that incorporate all the emotions a person experiences in a day. It covers the shift, moods, and spirit of the person with an unexpected end. Anubhav brings relatability as one of his skillset in his songs and “EP that never ends” is one of the best examples of it. The intro of this EP is a breather for the listener before they dive into the songs. He lets you have a chance to pause, take a breath and get ready for what’s in store. Prime, the second song is for when you begin your day as a fresh start, full of possibilities. You start your day by thanking God for giving you another chance to do something good. As the song continues, you remember all the things you do while getting ready, slowly planning your day and by the end of the song, you are all set for the next hours! The third song is Noontide. As the name suggests, the song focuses on the peak hours of your day. We all spend a lot of time working, hustling, dealing with chaos, and chasing success; the song here reminds you of your daily routine and maybe inspires you to be more productive. Not only this, but the song holds a surprise for you. Ankit Silas will be featuring in this song with his Keyboard solo. Not only this, but the song holds a surprise for you. Ankit Silas will be featured in this song with his Keyboard solo. What is the first thing that comes to your head when you want to take a break after a tiring day? The fourth song, Bash helps you let loose, enjoy life as it comes without worries, and live your day to the fullest. So get ready to vibe with Anubhav’s tunes in Bash. Ritwik from Pineapple Express is featured in this song with a guitar solo. The last song of this EP is Grey Twilight. Anubhav has captured various moods in this instrumental piece. After your entire day, when you go back home you sleep with a lot of thoughts in your head. These tense thoughts turn into the kind of dreams you can’t explain. You feel like you are sinking into a bottomless pit, and suddenly you wake up and realize “well, it was only a dream.” This realization makes you thank God for blessing you with a good and normal life. Just when you think you have reached the end of this EP with Grey twilight fading away, Anubhav gives another thoughtful twist by having a small part of Intro play again. Due to its loop-like effect, it is “an EP that never ends”, describing an entire cycle. The EP covers a variety of genres like post-rock, progressive metal, djent, and ambient vibes with electronic elements. -Music Composed and Produced by Anubhav Silas -Co-Produced, Mixed, and Mastered: Ankit Silas
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EP “Twenty-Four Hours” comprises five instrumental songs that incorporate all the emotions a person experiences in a day. It covers the shift, moods, and spirit of the person with an unexpected end. Anubhav brings relatability as one of his skillset in his songs and “EP that never ends” is one of the best examples of it.
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