| 20 Jun 2024
Artist Aloud acquires Studios Sound Garage's web series

MUMBAI: The digital platform Artist Aloud has acquired rights of the web series ‘Studios Sound Garage'. The project was initiated by Sanjay Pathak, a musician who has been associated with Artist Aloud from the time of its inception.

The series started on 15 September and represents a musical fusion which has diverse influences of earthy and melodic music. The 10-week long series involves vocals and lyrics of around 12-15 fresh and upcoming talents.

The weekly series will appear on Artist Aloud You Tube channel. It will also feature behind the scenes which will include the making of music. The web series will be promoted digitally on Artist Aloud platforms. The audio tracks of each of the songs are available through Hungama are distribution network including Hungama, MixRadio, iTunes and as caller tunes through all the Indian Telcos.

Sanjay Pathak said, "My association with Artist Aloud started four years back when the platform was launched and now through this web series the association has just become stronger."

Talking about the project, Pathak said, "The idea to have such a project evolved a year back when I realised that there are so many talented artistes around me and I felt the need to have a project with them. Through the web series, I entered the web space for the first time."

After Artist Aloud approached him, he unpublished all his work from his channels and gave the rights to Artist Aloud. Artist Aloud business and product head Soumini Sridhara Paul said, "Studios Sound Garage is a testimony to the fact that good melodies always have a place in our hearts. When Artist Aloud saw the episodes, it did not matter to us that the artistes were not known. All that mattered was the sincerity that was very evident in every talent that was involved with the project, including the Producer Sanjay Pathak and every singer, musician or lyricist across each episode."

Currently, Pathak is planning on the second season of the web-series. He stated that the first season involved lot of learning which he plans to implement in the second edition.