Without heating a lot of the music, Vijay Bharadwaj glides steadily through his musical arrangements. He introduces himself as a Pink Floyd fan of which the influence can be clearly seen with his music. With retro synths and experimental electronica & modern sounds Bharadwaj sits with his creation adoring it absorbing all the emotions. He has confidence running through his veins which reflects onto his music.
“Juliet” the latest single is an assured sound with its direct approach. A song that thanks its fluid rhythm sections. Electric guitar plucks over which Bharadwaj lays his velvety Pink Floyd-ish vocals. As the song grows, more elements get added in with oceans of synth, blown-out bass. Bharadwaj cranks up his guitar pedals that sound loud throwing in a feedback. Hard-hitting drums that emphasis on upbeats and keeping rhythm. An ecstatic guitar solo that’s cold, sticking out as a stand alone spotlight. There’s a guiding spirit throughout the complete song with hopeful lyrics like a storytelling instrument.
While talking about the song Bharadwaj said, “Juliet is a modern day adaptation song based on the famous tragedy by Shakespeare. This song shows the emotions two star-crossed lovers go through, and their story from the beginning to the very end. The song was intricately produced and designed to match a Floyd vibe”. With dissonant screeches of electronic and guitar sounds Bharadwaj dials up sounds from the past. He adds, “This song shows the emotions two star-crossed lovers go through, and their story from the beginning to the very end”. Melodic drones fly in & out of his music, a tranquil of guitar mazes that fit for a rock track.
“Juliet” is a song that’s transitioning to wavy notes that sound like a beam from the past. A straightforward arrangement that could slow your heart rate with rhythmic layers. Bharadwaj’s penmanship is like a garnish over his musical touch. He has made something that installs a humble profundity using this ability of creating music to spread some good.