Hansla – Folk Box featuring Aditya Gadhvi



Indian folk is alive and kicking, and part credit for its preservation deserves to go to Aditya Gadhvi, a talented artist who apparently won a programme known as ‘Lok Gayak Gujarat’. In support of sounds that provide a grandiose feel in arrangements must go to Rachintan Trivedi, and a cast of musicians that include tabla by Saurabh Joshi, flute from Vashisth Trivedi, and violin by Prabhat Barot. The appropriate usage of percussion enlivens the proceedings as “Hansla” soars with a sound that incorporates symphonic synths over a modulating melody, leading to soundscapes that are bold, dynamic, and befitting Aditya’s vocals.


– Review by PARAG KAMANI.

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