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News |  08 Jun 2020 16:40 |  By RnMTeam

Voctronica releases a first of its kind, all-vocal instrumental track titled 'Seven'

MUMBAI: Regarded as the country’s first ever all-vocal orchestra, Voctronica has been paving the way for the vocal music community in India since 2011. Over the years, the band has released numerous cover videos, created solely with the power of the human voice, which went viral and shot the band to fame. From the renowned music composer Amit Trivedi to the widely popular comedy group AIB, Voctronica’s signature sound has enabled them to collaborate with some of the biggest content creators in India.

In 2019, the band hit a number of milestones starting with being invited as the only act representing India at the Moscow Spring A Cappella Festival that hosted over 180+ vocal acts from around the world. Following which they were selected as the first Indian act to participate at Vocal Asia's Asian Cup where they were awarded the Silver prize. In September the band was invited to perform as the opening act for the 4-time Grammy winner Jacob Collier when he performed in India as a part of his world tour.

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Voctronica is Avinash Tewari (beatbox, bass), Warsha Easwar (vocals, brass, strings), Aditi Ramesh (vocals, brass, strings), Arjun Nair (bass, vocals), Clyde Rodrigues (vocals, brass, strings) and Nagesh Reddy (beatbox). They use a cappella and beatboxing to emulate the power of a live band and create a sound that is intriguing and addictive.

The all-vocal instrumental Seven is now available on all streaming platforms. This release has been accompanied by an animated video which is the band’s take on a lyric video.

“Seven is an all vocal instrumental, one of the first of its kind, set to one of our favourite time signatures. The song travels through genres and moods, influenced by everything from Carnatic classical music to Drum N Bass, culminating in a unique experience of humans serving as instruments, experimenting with and pushing the boundaries of the powers of the human voice.”