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Monday 15 October 2:00 p.m.
What is your single about?
about me trying to fix a broken soul, my soul.
Where did you record this single, and who helped
recorded this song and my whole album in Kingsland, Auckland with the help of
P-Money & Evan Short.
Have you got a video out, if so what is the
theme/story behind the video?
I do have a video out to "Wake Up" this video was directed by Special
Who’s in your band?
a one-woman band.
Have you got an album coming out soon?
Yes indeed I do, my new
album ‘Treble & Reverb’ is coming out November 9th 2012
When Aaradhna’s harmonies spill through the speakers in her opening
track, you learn that it’s not just treble and reverb that go good together.
It’s her silky voice over that doo-wop style (a sound she likes to call
Retro/Metro), and her newfound attitude partnered with old school soul. It’s
Aaradhna and music that go good together.
As this country's most promising musical talent, Treble & Reverb serves as a reminder of the gaping hole she
left when she took a break from the industry not long after releasing her
sophomore album, Sweet Soul Music in
The product of this time away is a piece of work set to go down in
history as one of the nations best ever releases.
Her first single ‘Wake Up’ - a plea to herself - was penned around the
time she realised life was passing her by and that she was ready to get back in
“At the time I was listening to Amy Winehouse,” says Aaradhna. “I used
to go to her Back to Black album; I’d
repeat it all day because I connected with all her music. The thing I liked
about it was that she didn’t care about what other people said, and she really
spoke her mind…that’s what I wanted to do, I wanted to make music that I could
really say what I wanted to say.”