Anoushka Maskey: The rising star of the Indian music industry

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Singer-songwriter Anoushka Maskey who is popular for her folk-inspired melodies and incredible storytelling making the entire country head over heels for her talent. Maskey started her journey in 2020 with two soothing EPs, Things I Saw in a Dream and C.E.A.S.E in September, later releasing the enchanting singles “September Embers” and “Empire of Fear” in the following year. In a recent interview with Rolling Stone India, the Sikkim-born musician reflected on her journey and future plans for her career. Let’s check out the complete details of this interview.

Anoushka Maskey talked about her success 

When Anoushka was asked about the reason for being consistent with her releases, “To be honest, I don’t believe I have been as consistent as I would like to have been, but I’m glad I kept attempting to be, year after year. Consistent releases is definitely a priority, and so I believe I might view it as a metric for growth in my musicianship. Putting music out consistently, or at least having them ready to go out, has also become a way of clearing the path for new sonic spaces I want to explore. I’ve had periods where I’ve become fixated on a certain project and it has created some sort of a mental block disallowing me to create new things. And so, avoiding that block is a conscious and constant effort.”

Meanwhile, talking about her forthcoming projects she said, “I’m currently working to finish setting up the rest of the Sunny Side Tour, alongside finishing my EP, set to release mid-year. I believe it’s some of my best work yet and I’ve loved how much I’ve discovered from it. I’m already itching to take it on the road. So much more in store for the year, from music to directing to even exploring the acting space.”

Moreover, as per her opinion on the future of the music industry, she added, “There is definitely a new wave of bossa nova and city pop that has been on my radar for some time now, and they happen to be spaces my team and I are exploring too. But I don’t believe I am equipped with adequate knowledge to be able to answer this question. I do believe that the rigidity of ‘genres’ as a concept is already dissolving and people are creating art we have never consumed before. There are new artists everywhere pioneering new soundscapes and it’s going to be quite the thrill bearing witness, as well as partaking!”

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