Sirens of Shanti raises $300 for CameronHelps with launch of its new music video

The diverse music talents of Producer Tony Singh were on display Dec. 16 at Lula Lounge in Toronto, with the launch of his band’s new music video.

While showcasing the video “My Room” and its “global groove,” the band was able to raise $300 from audience donations for CameronHelps, thanks to its special relationship with the charity.

Sirens of Shanti is an eclectic and energetic music project by Tony (formerly of the Juno-nominated Punjabi by Nature). The project was spurred by what Tony felt was a void in the music industry. The music can be described a blend of complex ragas and rhythms from various parts of Southeast Asia, the Middle East and the Caribbean, set to some heavy dance – sometimes industrial – beats.

“What a fantastic night out! The premier of My Room with Tony Singh and Sirens of Shanti is a delight. The video is a visual feast and I will be telling all my friends about it. The live set by Tony Singh and Sirens of Shanti is amazing and you couldn’t help, but get up and dance during it,” said fan Brandy Broderick.

Video Producer, Valerie Pospodinis was over joyed by the response of the audience and looking forward to the next music video production in early 2016.

The night ended with Jason DJ Shine Spanu mixing music while guests danced, mingled and celebrated the holiday season.

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