Sparking Collaborations Among Indie Musicians


India - Mumbai

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Somesh Mathur
Singer, composer and producer Maestro Somesh Mathur is a pioneer in the amalgamation of Indian, Classical, Sufi, Bollywood, Ghazal, Devotional, Nationalist, Folk, Jazz, Rock, R&B, World and New Age musical genres. He is also an MBA in marketing and finance.
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Talent: Performer, Producer (Music), Vocalist
Genre: Alternative, New Age, Pop, R&B, Rock, World

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Shashika Mooruth
Shashika a natural singer. A student of Hindustani classical training, her music touches on themes and sensibilities that span the globe. Working with Urja Music, she aims not just to entertain but to bring about a positive shift in the heart of her listeners…
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Talent: Vocalist
Genre: New Age

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