Decibel Performing att IIT-Delhi Prelims in 2007.
Fellow music lovers, most of you know that our brother Mridul - Vocals (Decibel,Feedback) is now part of one of the hottest upcoming Progressive Hindi band - Antariksh. They have released a new Single called "Tum" Feat. Legendary Baiju Dharmajan on guitars (Ex motherjane)...
For more updates on the band and their Upcoming Album.
Ghost in your mirror (2006 version)
Found this video in an old CD case. Earlier taken down due to account deletion.
Featuring Old lineup:...
RIP Mr. Hemant Kumar Mukhopadhyay.
We owe our small success to you !
Yesterday on 16/6/2012 we conducted our First Annual Festival called Deci-Festi-Bel.
All of our students participated in the festival and showed skills they learnt at DAM. It was a great festival and a big Thank You to all the parents. The venue was packed and house full.
The passes were available for parents and students this time. But next time it will be a huge venue and passes available for Public....
We would like to thank everyone who helped us organize this festival, supported us and helped us making Sound, Stage, Logistics and everything involved in making this festival successful
New 1 min Demo of our song
In case you've missed -
Decibel and Decibel Academy of Music has launched a new Jampad.
Some of the Jampad features are:
. Ample of space, can fit in 6 people comfortably.
. Tube amps, VOX and MARSHALL....
. Cheap per hour rent,Further discounts on monthly deals.
. Ample of slots and special concession on weekdays.
. Accessories also available like picks,strings,cables incase u fall short.
Do give it a try
An update from @Decibel Academy of Music
THE DAM Jampad is now OPEN with a per hour rent of 150 Rs
Yes, its 150rs for an hour.
Monthly packages also available. To get further discounts, timings and Schedule call 9953441252 and for any other details call on 9871038200 or 9818457848
Swetank Jackson, Ripple Boruah
RIP Amit !
06.07.1965 – 05.01.2012
It was the early nineties in Allahabad. A fair and lanky boy with long auburn hair, bursting with life and a zest for doing... something different, had an idea in his head that the world had to sit up and take notice of the talent that India’s independent music scene had to offer. The only glitch was that, there was no ‘scene’ at that point of time. Over the next two decades he single handedly built, defined and created that very ‘scene’ that today has a multitude of world class artists, bands and independent musicians. We wish to confirm with great heartache that, that very man, the creator of Rock Street Journal, the one and only legend, often referred lovingly to as ‘Papa Rock’ by the entire Rock loving community of India, has passed on to the other side. Our hearts and prayers are with his immediate and extended family in this time of need and we hope that his great legacy carries on forever.