‘Adavi’ spins a tale of magic and adventure.
“We really need more people to bridge the gap between artists and listeners.”
“Learn, Love and Live the art before you release anything labeled as hip-hop. Simply rhyming on a 4×4 beat is not hip-hop/rap.”
“We believe that simplicity is the best way of life. And to us, music is the meaning of life.”
“The best part about this genre is that it’s not perfect. It’s not meant to be perfect.”
Their debut EP ‘Reminiscences’ might have a name that’s generic but it features two phenomenal instrumental tracks that are anything but.
Mumbai-based producer Aniket Vidyadhar AKA K/D/A talks about his new single ‘All Paths Lead To Conflict.’
“Considering we’re independent musicians, the joke is that the band’s called ATM.”
“I got an idea for a track and we made it in about 5 days and put it out. Pretty horrendous track; it was regular EDM and super distorted, but it was the start of something.”
What happens when you’re listening to Donn Bhat and the Bee Gees at the same time?