Pune, India based alternative/indie artist, Trisha J, is both a satirist and a romantic. Expect earworm melodies, witty and empathetic lyrics with an instantly distinctive vocal delivery.
At just 16-years-old, she released her debut single ‘Clueless’, a track about living in a constant state of oblivion, followed by ‘No Money’, a track about all her monetary misadventures. ‘No Money’ contains an honest narrative, pleasing vocals, and tuneful melodies. Also, the likable tune possesses vibrant instrumentation flavored with a vibey indie-pop aroma. Furthermore, ‘No Money’ serves as a wonderful presentation of what listeners can expect to hear from Trisha J in the near future (Bong Mines Entertainment).
These singles have been playlisted by Gigital India, Indie Tune and has also landed a feature on AAA Magazine, XS10 Magazine – earning recognition from an international audience.
Growing up, she was a member of the church choir and frequently competed in school competitions. With an acoustic guitar for a birthday present, Trisha J sought inspiration from classics like The Beatles, Fleetwood Mac, Simon & Garfunkel and Cat Stevens. Even today, the razor sharp wit of Ray Davies from The Kinks continues to influence her songwriting.
Currently studying global music at university, she continues to experiment with a variety of musical sounds and has returned with ‘Killer Times’, a track reflective of time wasted in folly and the journey of self-acceptance brought about by
a series of double-edged experiences.
Sonically diverse and lyrically a little more multidimensional than Trisha J’s earlier releases, ‘Killer Times’ is a memorable package overflowing with promise. The strikingly arresting song feels like the work of an artist brandishing her talents with newfound confidence and conviction (Gigital India).