chatline The founders of Sulk Station, Tanvi Rao and Rahul Giri, tell SRAVASTI DATTA that their deepest thoughts are a combination of musical influences
The performers of Sulk Station, Tanvi Rao and Rahul Giri, prefer not to classify their music as belonging to any one genre. It is just as well, for when you listen to the strains of Tanvi's sultry voice against Giri's fine mix of music, in their debut album, “Till You Appear”, you will be in a hypnotic trance, too far gone to get into the technicalities. “You have to be in a particular zone to enjoy our music. It is sullen, yet uplifting,” explains Tanvi.
Giri and Tanvi agree that most performers categorise their music so that it sells. That said, Giri contends that they are influenced by trip hop: “The music is bass heavy, the beats are hip hop, but the music is trippy with a beautiful female voice singing in the background.”
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