In conversation with Maya Moh
How would you describe your sound as an artist?
Our music is very variegated, in the sense that its not restricted to any one particular genre. The way we work is very spontaneous in terms of what kind of track we end up producing and that takes off a lot of the pressure that comes otherwise. So its just the amalgamation of a lot of different sounds and feelings.
How do you handle mistakes during a performance?
There have been times when there’s been a glitch during our performance or something went wrong, but the best thing you can do is not panic. We try to be calm and improvise so it doesn’t ruin the flow of the entire performance.
What do you think about the changing scenario of Independent musicians in India?
The Independent music scene is definitely changing for the better, there is a growing appreciation for new music and artists. People are very supportive and there are a lot of initiatives that are exposing Indian musicians to many great opportunities.
Any funny incident during your live performances?
There are many, but i guess there was this one time while performing at a venue in Gurgaon someone requested us to perform Punjabi music because he felt that for an Indian audience we should play Indian Punjabi music so that was funny.
What's next for you?
We definitely want to come out with a lot more music and be able to play at across India, there are a lot of ideas that we’re working on so do follow us via Facebook to stay updated on shows that we’re playing or new music!