Ghaatak's Latest EP 'Wounded' will take you on a Powerful Emotional Journey"
Karan Bachani, better known as Ghaatak, has just released his latest EP, "Wounded," and it is a must-listen for any electronic music fan. The EP is a deeply personal journey that showcases Ghaatak's growth as a musician and his ability to craft emotionally resonant music.
The EP was inspired by a heartbreak that left Ghaatak feeling lost and unsure of himself. He turned to music as a way to process his emotions and the result is a five-track EP that is both powerful and cathartic. Ghaatak's ability to weave together intricate melodies and heavy bass drops is on full display throughout the EP.
Ghaatak is a self-taught producer and singer-songwriter who has been making music since 2015. He cites Flume, Skrillex, Porter Robinson, and Deadmau5 as his biggest influences, as well as nostalgic Bollywood music and rock bands like BMTH and Linkin Park. His unique blend of genres and styles is evident in "Wounded," which seamlessly blends electronic and pop elements.
One of the most impressive aspects of the EP is how personal it feels. Ghaatak bares his soul on every track, with lyrics that speak to the pain and uncertainty he was feeling during the recording process. The EP is a testament to his ability to turn his personal struggles into something beautiful and meaningful.
The EP was recorded over a period of 10 months in Ghaatak's bedroom studio. The artwork was also created by Ghaatak himself, adding another personal touch to the project. While the EP is deeply personal, it is also incredibly accessible, with catchy hooks and danceable beats that will keep listeners coming back for more.
Ghaatak is quickly becoming one of the most exciting electronic music producers in India, and "Wounded" is a testament to his growth as a musician and his ability to create music that is both emotionally resonant and sonically captivating. Whether you're a fan of electronic music or just looking for something new to listen to, "Wounded" is an EP that should not be missed. You can find it on both Spotify and YouTube.