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Turn It Up To 11: Adhiraj Singh of Noiseware

The Pune guitarist and producer is cranking it up with these tunes right now

Anurag Tagat May 16, 2013
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Pune djent metal band Noiseware's guitarist Adhiraj Singh at the Rolling Stone Metal Awards 2011. Photo: Monisha Ajgaonkar

Pune experimental metal band Noiseware’s guitarist Adhiraj Singh at the Rolling Stone Metal Awards 2011. Photo: Monisha Ajgaonkar

Adhiraj Singh, guitarist with Pune experimental metal band Noiseware and producer at Refractor Studios, brings the djent riffs and Internet humor  to his band, which picked up a win at the Rolling Stone Metal Awards 2011 for Best Song [“23”]. While Singh has been mostly caught up with recording other bands recently, his current tunes show how much electro metal folks listen to, and how Deftones are a mandatory inclusion for most metalheads.

Tycho – “A Walk” 

I always love it when I connect with a song on the very first listen. I heard this with perfect ambient lighting the very first time, so it brought the feels! It has this analog-y vibes happening…very lush.

 

Cloudkicker – “Signal/Noise”

This one’s been playing for a while and I haven’t gotten enough of it. Such a simple song, but it’s almost like the soundtrack to ‘You can do anything in life’. Cloudkicker always brings it for me.

 

Hans Zimmer – “An Ideal Of Hope”

Hans *expletive* Zimmer. Need I say more?

 

Deftones – “Swerve City”

This song is very reminiscent of the earlier Deftones stuff for me, for some reason. Such a great vibe and I love the production values!

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Seven Lions – “Days To Come” (ft. Fiora)

The first time I heard this, I was blown away by the production! Love the way Jeff ties up the low end with his synths. That apart, it’s such a solid melody and groove. I really dig the video as well.

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