Second Sight is the brainchild of Anusha Ramasubramoney and Pushkar Srivatsal, who have been writing and performing their original music since meeting at music school in 2015. Influenced by various artists and genres, Second Sight transitions through genres seamlessly guided by flawless vocal harmonies and poetic lyricism. They released their debut EP, The Violet Hour in 2018 to critical acclaim. They have worked on a global collaborative track ‘Shallow Waters’ working with artists from Brazil, Sri Lanka, and Cuba. The duo released a follow-up, their 10-track full-length debut album Coral in late 2021, using the record to talk about issues such as homophobia, cancel culture, and to portray the emotions of love and loss.
Founder of the Indian Jam Project, Tushar Lall is a Music Composer and Producer from Mumbai who makes Indian Classical Instruments appealing to the young generation on a global level by melding them with Hollywood scores and English tunes. Featured by Forbes, Rolling Stone, BBC Asia, and with over 100 million collective views on YouTube, Tushar’s work has been called honorary by entities like Imagine Dragons, Mark Hamil, and more. He is also the recipient of the Dada Saheb Phalke Award. Tushar has used music to transform schooling in the slums of Asalfa and is on a mission to take Indian instruments to a global level. Currently, Tushar is actively working on scoring Web-Series and Digital Ads as well.
Sannidh Shah, vocalist and founder of Bombay Bandook, started his musical career performing at inter-collegiate events with his band singing Indian classical fused with Blues and Jazz. The band’s 2015 debut single Sagariya received a positive response, especially from the music industry, praising Shah’s dreamy, soulful vocals working perfectly for the band’s fusion sound. Since then, Shah along with his band, have established their name in the indie circuit releasing a number of singles to critical acclaim. Shah shines with his sublime classical vocals in the band’s latest release ‘Yaman’, showcasing his virtuosic range when you least expect it.
Bombay-based singer-songwriter and music director, Hriday Gattani, mentored by A.R. Rahman, began his musical career touring around the world with Rahman for live shows and even featuring on his film soundtracks. He debuted officially as a singer in 2014, lending his voice to a number of major Bollywood soundtracks. Soon, Hriday tapped into his love for indie-pop and collaborated with different artists on indie singles. He debuted as a full-fledged Music Director with National Award-winning director Makarand Maane’s "Youngraad" in 2018.
Noni-mouse, or Radhapriya Gupta, is a Bombay-based experimental music producer and sound artist, combining various veins of dance music with her hooky ditties. Gupta studied music at the Nimbus School of Recording & Media in Vancouver in 2018, where she worked on her debut EP Noni-pop which delved into the gaps between dance music and electronica harmonies. Her new EP Saviour, released early this year, sees her turn gears and combine electronic music with pop melodies, unchartered territory for her, to speak to a larger audience.