Sagar Joshi is a multi-faceted artist, sound engineer and music producer who delivers a unique and innovative sound. He hails from Mumbai, India and currently resides in Los Angeles, CA. He grew up with the roots of Indian classical music but is currently more interested with synthesis and experimentation with electronic music. With the upcoming release of his new EP titled “Revive”, we can expect a four-song EP that evokes great emotion, utilizes spacious sounds, and helps to achieve something distinctively exceptional.
“Revive” will have a spacious vibe that is emotionally charged with numerous instruments, scenarios, and spaces. The inspiration came from for Sagar wanting to show a different reality to people, so they can find ways to adapt to their own experience of reality. The EP consists of sounds that captures feelings of a range of emotions that consist of great sadness to the heights of high euphoria. The album touches on the experience of the feeling of being deeply connected to something or somebody and then get separated from it. Sagar hopes to inspire a conversation from being hurt because of that attachment and how to come back from that kind of hurt. For Sagar, he actively follows the idea that “To be involved with everything but not belong to anything requires you to be on and active.” His music is inherently tied to his spirituality, and he hopes to share elements of this throughout the album. His psychedelic inspiration is taken from Pink Floyd, Porcupine Tree, Shpongle, King Crimson, George Benson, Paco De Lucia.
As a sound engineer, Sagar has mixed at many venues throughout Los Angeles, CA. From Brooklyn Steel in New York to Brooklyn Bowl in Vegas, he was mixing sold-out shows as a front of house engineer for a plethora of artists. Earlier this year, he toured with The Marías, an indie pop band from LA, nominated for a Grammy for their debut album Cinema. He is also touring with Ry X, who is a Grammy winner this year for his collaboration with Black Coffee in his newly released album - Subconsciously. He also produced vocal sample packs with artists like Molly Moore from LA, Jazmine Flowers and Luke Burr from UK, for an audio sample website named Splice.