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QUIN BY KAVYA

KAVYA returns as a solo artist

We LISTEN

WHERE IS HOME FEAT. DANIEL

WAVLNGTH is all about energies and frequencies and in order to connect with people we have to truly listen.

Introducing an audio series which will include music and conversations two things integral to the skill of listening. Whether an artist, music professional, brand or an avid music lover - we just have two words for you ‘We Listen’ on and off the record.

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY TARUN

To celebrate another year on this planet, we reached out to Tarun’s family, peers and friends who were extremely supportive in turning things around quickly by sharing a few lines on how they perceive his craft and has impacted their lives. Here’s wishing you a very happy Birthday from all of us with many more creative and inspiring years of music-making to communicate your feelings through art!

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2020 YEAR WRAP UP

it’s been such a joy ride working alongside Jay Carder and Soho Radio for the last two years with some incredible guest mixes from Independent artists in India. This just goes to show that there is definitely a lot of talent and our scene is growing by the day!

As we roll into our third year, we would like to thank all the artists who were a part of the 2020 curation, thank you for the music and making this run super special!

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“ I think one thing that inspires creativity in me is experimentation. I collect a lot of different sounds and styles of production that I admire. I keep a bank of tracks that I use as templates if I like a drumbeat or strings or anything that strikes a chord. The ideal situation for me in terms of production would be like to get a cabin in Norway. No distractions whatsoever and just be fully focused. Whenever I produce I have been distracted by work, living in a city or friends. I would be interested to see how my sound would change and how productive I would be if I just restricted myself to calmness. My track for @krunkkulture has had many lives. It started off as a dancehall vibe with vocals and middle eastern strings. I wanted to make something super interesting and fusing a lot of sounds. I left it for ages and then picked it up again in London because I was frustrated that I wasn’t making music and pushing myself. I changed the strings to a different instrument, bought a bunch of plug ins and was quite happy with the new output. So from a dancehall middle eastern track to a spooky synth-y melodic kind of sound, the transition was like a happy accident. I finally finished the track and sent it around to loads of people and @sohailarora was like, “This is dope! Can I include it in the compilation?” and it just happened from there.” - @suchiahuja (Producer/DJ) . . . @krunkkulture by @krunklive debut compilation Kaala Khatta out on all platforms. Link: https://fanlink.to/KaalaKhatta

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