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Vinapra

Vinapra

Vinapra


VINAPRA… The resonance of rage and the roar of rebellion, Vinapra is an Indian band born out of the desire to speak out, be heard and understood. A band with words that inspire, Vinapra believes in the ardent pursuit of change, from facets of varied witnessed events, to the very music they play. Vinapra’s music can be hard hitting and soul stirring at the same time. Combining the rebellious and heavy nature of rock with the usually soothing undertones of Indian classical Read more on Last.fm
VINAPRA… The resonance of rage and the roar of rebellion, Vinapra is an Indian band born out of the desire to speak out, be heard and understood. A band with words that inspire, Vinapra believes in the ardent pursuit of change, from facets of varied witnessed events, to the very music they play. Vinapra’s music can be hard hitting and soul stirring at the same time. Combining the rebellious and heavy nature of rock with the usually soothing undertones of Indian classical, which explode from their sedated state of calm, only to produce material unbelievably powerful in form and impact. At the end of the day, Vinapra, only wants to reason. But wants to do it in style. THE MEN BEHIND THE MUSIC Vocals: Natraj K Guitar: Vivian Terence Bass: Pradeep M R Drums: Raghav Violin: Manoj George VINAPRA’S MUSIC Vinapra’s music is the charged display of the past, present and the future. By bringing together an engaging mix of rock infused with traditional forms, Vinapra sees to be a bold new face of music in India.

Corruption, a loss of a friend, love and other emotions are the essence of their music. Bringing different instruments into the fray and experimenting with new sound has always been a mainstay with the band. Vinapra’s on-stage exploits have always been a talking point with power charged and electrifying performances. And it is the sheer energy levels displayed by the band that take them to a whole new plane. THE ALBUM The album was released in 2007by Crescendo music Pvt. Ltd.

Comprising nine songs, the self titled album consists of themes and songs inspired and based on real-life events which members of the band may have witnessed. From child labor, passing-away of a friend, politics, underprivileged children to war, Vinapra’s music captures the essence of it all. Thus its music speaks of real facts rather than fiction. THE VIDEO Vinapra’s dream of releasing their first music video came true in 2007. After Lia, the agarbathi brand liked “Guru Brahma” and found a connect between the song and their brand. Shot at various points in Bangalore, the video talks about the way the band met, and various day-to-day events of their life that remained etched in their mind.

The entire process took four months to materialize. In between all this “Dharti”got selected for the Tsunami relief album “Asha wali dhoop” along with the biggies of the music industry from Ustad Zakir Hussain, Shankar Mahadevan, Ali Azmat, Ustad Sultan khan etc. Being featured alongside with the greats of the music industry was Vinapra’s first big exposure on a national level. Vinapra has had the pleasure of performing more than 150 corporate & headlining acts across the country and have shared stage with well known artists such as Shankar Mahadevan, Euphoria, Strings, Parikrama etc. They have composed jingles, corporate anthems and also a special song for world cup cricket. LIVE WIRE The band’s song “Sunoh”has been selected for a Bollywood movie, being directed by a National Award winning director, to be released later this year. They completed the video shoot for the same, at Ramoji Rao Studiosin Hyderabad, recently. The band’s new composition with a brilliant Italian artist “Cli” is all set for an international release, in the coming months.

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