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Nemesis to perform in ‘space’

  • Published at 08:52 pm December 23rd, 2018
Nemesis's 'Space concert'
The 'space concert' will be broadcast live on the band’s official Facebook page at 10pm on December 24 | Courtesy

'Space concert' is basically a concert performed in an unknown planet. This is a part of a seven episode concert series from Imagine Radio, a music streaming app. The Bangladesh-based startup started its journey on December 17 amid much applause and appreciation from the music community

Popular band Nemesis is performing from a venue never before seen on earth. With the mission to spread Bangladeshi music across the universe, this “space concert” will be broadcast live on the band’s official Facebook page at 10pm on December 24.

“Space concert” is basically a concert performed in an unknown planet. This is a part of a seven episode concert series from Imagine Radio, a music streaming app. The Bangladesh-based startup started its journey on December 17 amid much applause and appreciation from the music community.

After putting in many tireless hours and sleepless nights, the coveted event started on December 18 with the band AvoidRafa performing on a frozen planet. Later, the event encompassed active participation from leading bands like Chirkutt, Shironamhin, Mechanix, Cryptic Fate, Vikings. The grand event will be closing its curtains on December 24 with the live concert from Nemesis.

The whole event was carried out through social media posts across Facebook. Starting from teasers to intriguing digital posts, the organizers had left no stone unturned. Five days prior to the actual concert, the bands started sharing teasers from their own Facebook pages. Each teaser was designed keeping a certain storyline and band persona in mind that added to the build-up of mystery. 

The continuous teasers from the seven leading bands of the country for seven straight days kept the audience at the edge of their seats. Social media was flooded with questions from curious audiences, who wanted to see how the event unfolds. By the time, the live concert was broadcast through Facebook Premier Video option, the hype was already through the roof. And needless to say, with their music and performance, each band lived up to the hype.

Imagine Radio app comes with an archive of more than 10 Million songs and 500 curated playlists to start with.

Cryptic Fate amid their performance in a 'space concert' | Courtesy