The Shape Of
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to help South Asian artists get the exposure they deserve.
SCARR. & HAEN
QUIN BY KAVYA
KAVYA returns as a solo artist
This is the first time we are bringing an international artist who is of British-Indian ethnicity. I can’t even imagine the excitement and nerves as she makes her first visit to the motherland which makes this tour a really special one for us.
“I am a 22 year-old Singer/Songwriter, and a Composer/Producer. I am a practitioner of Indian classical music and currently, I am writing my music and trying to get better on the production side as well.
The tracklist mainly consists of Indian classical, downtempo, folk, electro-ambient and forms of Indian classical and light music.”
Curated by WAVLNGTH
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We have spent a lot of time this year looking for new and interesting collaboration opportunities to keep ourselves motivated and excited. We have been working on this project a little over two months now and are so happy that it has finally taken shape! Our first merchandise collaboration with @everpresshq is now LIVE as we host our own online store on the e-commerce platform. Featuring 15 designers from the country whose work we admire and some of them being our dear friends and family, we wanted to showcase a little of India to the world 🌈 Thank you @nishika.dsilva @radhika_sivsankar @skulp_ @denverwiththegoodhair @studio.krygn @vantagold @inihsrav @lekhashastry @osheen.siva @piyushpunj17 @giggling_monkey @aari.akari @miscellany_kanikasethi @sharmatinahi @nakultalgeri @wavlngth_ x @everpresshq x @doyoulovedeep ❤️ Online store link in bio . . . #merchandise #onlinestore #indiatotheworld #everpresshq #ecommerceplatform #tshirtsdesign #indiandesigners #indiangraphicdesigner #whatmusicmeanstoyou #messageofhope #keepmovingforward
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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