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ABOUT
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satchit is a producer/singer/songwriter from Croydon, South London creating music that is a fusion of alternative R&B with Indian musical elements.

He spent his university career with the hugely successful a cappella group, Semi-Toned, which performed and toured internationally at many prestigious events. After completing his degree, he launched himself back into music through the production and recording of his first EP, Glass, which is an introspective look at one’s own emotions and the products of those emotions.

His songs have found their way onto BBC Asian Network, Switch Radio and more, as he expands his abilities past just writing, producing and engineering his music, into the realm of directing and editing his videos. His latest song, "Sunday", made its way onto BBC Asian Network on Ashanti Omkar's show. The track is all about trying to forge a meaningful, lasting connection in a world of fleeting interaction. The bouncy and flowing writing and production shows more dimensions to satchit's evolving influences and style.

His new EP - "the garden", will be out on 8th July 2021.

 

R&B and elements of Indian music inspire the style of music that he writes in. His background in music, which is reflected in his songs, stems from training in Carnatic singing from a young age, as well as influences from a range of artists, from Frank Ocean and Ne-Yo to Ilayaraaja and A Tribe Called Quest.

 

Constantly developing and evolving his sound, he aims to release even more music and content in 2021 - watch this space.

 

 

"In today’s world, artistic expressions with cultural roots in South Asia are only just beginning to gain recognition. I believe that what I’m creating will help push this rich culture in front of the public eye, not only for British Asians and ethnic minorities within the UK but beyond that and into mainstream media."

               - satchit

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REVIEWS

Rolling Stone India

Sinusoidal Music

BBC Introducing

Find No Enemy

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