Instead of a formal introduction, let the music do the talking. Let’s go!
Tell us a bit about yourself. What brought you into music?
I used to play keyboard (beginner) during my school days, then after I got into engineering, I started playing with the college music club and that’s when I felt that I needed to learn music because I couldn’t get a chance to learn in my hometown. But then I took up a job at Tata Steel Jamshedpur and worked there for an year. One day I decided to take a leap of faith and ended up in KM Music conservatory, chennai for music education. The conservatory is founded by AR Rahman sir and I am currently learning music and audio engineering there.
Do you prefer a specific genre of music?
No I am open to learning and playing all genres
Tell us something about your latest track.
My latest piece is a blend of hip hop with hindustani classical tarana and it talks about the inner turmoil of a food delivery guy. You can find a more extensive description in the YouTube link.
(for the listeners, this is the track that we landed right in the beginning of this interview)
It was a great song. Do you draw inspiration from your favourite artistes?
My favourite artists are AR Rahman, Jacob Collier, Santosh Narayanan, Salim Sulaiman, Clinton Cerejo, Tigran Hamasyan, Ustad Rashid Khan, Kaushiki Chakraborty ji, Chick Corea, Claude Debussy, Maurice Ravel, Tchaikovsky and many more.
Where do you see yourself in future as someone who is into music?
I see myself working in the Indian music industry in future as a composer and producer.However I would also like to work as an independent artist.
What are your own favourite pieces of work?
(Message from us at UML:
These are the tracks that Aaditya himself likes best! We wish him all the success. And for starters, why don’t you tell us how you liked the track in the comment section? We would love to listen from you. As always, keep logged on to UML for the best, freshest curated music content. Cheers!)
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