Release Register: July 2021

Latest new released bangla song july 2021

Release Register is a monthly segment that enlists all the latest released songs/albums and enables the audience to explore those.

Check this list to know the latest releases for the month of July. This chart contains a monthly update of almost all the releases, accordingly. Click on the song title to listen to your favorite one from the chart. You can leave a review of your favorite song in the comment section. You can also tell us which songs are not on the list.

NB: If you are a musician or have a band, mail us about your upcoming single or album. Mail us with the subject ‘Release Register’ and it will be included in our next Release Register chart.

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This chart includes 22 singles and 2 instrumental tracks released in July 2021-

SerialDateBand/ArtistSong/Album TitleSingle/Album
12-JulJamil SiamObontiSingle
38-JulVintage TheorySriticharoneSingle
59-JulAtavistsHire for SuicideSingle
711-JulAlice And The Drunkard4000 MileSingle
917-JulIftyTrain Ta CholcheSingle
1019-Jul Rage of SamaelFace The RageSingle
1120-JulKHC & FriendsNoi OchenaSingle
1220-JulBakhtiar HossainPetrichorInstrumental
1521-JulYouth Gone WildJege Otho TorunSingle
1622-JulEchinusKobitar ChutiSingle
1825-Jul Sakib UddinAradhonaSingle
1928-JulBloodcellBishakto ShohorSingle
2330-JulSaidur Rahman ChapolEternal SolicitationInstrumental
2431-JulEmbers In SnowHourglassSingle

MuSophia Release Register July 2021 | Spotify playlist

Note that only the songs available on Spotify are in this playlist. Bands/Artists can mail us when a song/Album is available on Spotify.

MuSophia Release Register July 2021 | YouTube playlist

Explore all the Bangladeshi music videos released in July, in just a click.

Info Gathering and Compilation: Prantik Sikdar Ucchas
Banner: Tanvir Ahmed Abir
Chart Update and Maintenance: Abdur Rakib started documenting Bangladeshi music into a register-like format back in 2020 when all the live concerts, album launching events, and public gatherings were prohibited due to the Covid-19 outbreak, causing the industry to stand static.

Team MuSophia’s research section keeps developing this segment at the back-end to document and promote Bangladeshi music in a different approach to the world.


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