Ghum Ghum Choke – Abu Emran featuring Sadia


As part of the UK-based India diaspora, keyboard player and music producer Abu Emran teams up with singer Sadia to create an ambient sound that juxtaposes the experimental electronic music of ’70s synth-based artistes like Brian Eno and Tangerine Dream, and the trance-like techno dance music of the ’80s, although “Ghum Ghum Choke” – sung in Bengali – is definitely a lot softer and smoother. This spacious, keyboard-backed music also focuses on sonic texture, not merely on singing or the lyrics. Although “Ghum Ghum Choke” may frequently sound repetitive to the casual listener, there are subtle and significant changes that make the song pleasing due to its musical exploration.


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– Review by PARAG KAMANI

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