‘I WANTED TO BE MORE MAIN­STREAM’

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cer­tain way, and we keep on do­ing this math to crack these plans. And we keep on os­cil­lat­ing be­tween con­stants and vari­ables. That’s why the EP’s sound is dif­fer­ent from my pre­vi­ous al­bums. It’s more main­stream and more ap­proach­able. It does not mean that I will stop play­ing Jazz al­to­gether. Plus, not ev­ery­one likes lis­ten­ing to Jazz. That’s why it is not that pop­u­lar,” he says, fur­ther adding, “I al­ways had this side to me. I was al­ways inspired by artists such as Pink Floyd and Bea­tles. So, I al­ways loved lis­ten­ing to rock. I started off with an al­ter­na­tive rock band, Incog­nito. Jazz hap­pened in my life much later. I wanted to do some­thing dif­fer­ent from Jazz and show peo­ple that there’s the other side of me, which is still in­tact.” Aditya will be show­cas­ing his EP in the CaCap­i­tal to­day.

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