Turn It Up To 11: Adhiraj Singh of Noiseware
The Pune guitarist and producer is cranking it up with these tunes right now
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!
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.