Midnight Garden Factor

This four piece progressive Metal/rock outfit band from Shillong came together for the sheer love of Progressive music and they have been together since October 2007.Combining a unique blend of styles, ranging from progressive rock, metal with a slight hint of Indian classical and traditional tunes. Catchy melodic heavy grooves, smoky vocals, thundering drums is recognizable in their sound and the sheer respect they have for each other’s musicality is evident in their music and their performances.
They made their first debut appearance at the Hornbill Music National Rock contest on December 2007 whereby they were adjudged 2nd Runner Up. Besides winning the hearts of many at the festival, the band also got the oppurtunity to open for Mr Big-Reunion World Tour in Shillong. The band was the first to ever be crowned Meghalaya Icon an initiative of Meghalaya AIDS Control Society to create awareness about HIV and AIDS through music and these guys nailed it right from the start. The band has travelled and performed in and around Northeast India, besides, three members of the band have also accompanied Mr Lou Majaw for his gigs.
Gigs are part and parcel of every band and MGF is no exception when it comes to this. While taking every opportunity to gig they are also working on new materials, gearing up to record their first album and is looking forward to spread their music throughout the country and the world. Last but not the least the band is carrying the torch to promote progressive music in and around the region.
The existing line up are Andrew on Vocals, Rupert on Bass Guitar/Vocals, Bari on Guitars, Mrinmoy on Keyboards and Noel on drums.Check out their tracks such as “Midnight Garden Factor”, “Hold On” and “Scarlet Emotion” or you can follow them on Facebook!!
For now can’t wait to see what they have in store for us! Until then METAL ON!!

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