U.S.-based completely completely musician and producer Saint Steph also aspects on the new rendition of the observe that the duo first done at SXSW earlier this three hundred and sixty five days
Los Angeles-based completely completely Indo-American artist Rhea Raj. Photo: Courtesy of the artist
Closing October, Indo-American Los Angeles-based completely completely artist Rhea Raj released her slithering observe “Venom” along with a sizzling choreographed song video. Since then, Raj went on to liberate two more singles, “In Ur Fingers” and “Devil In a Dress.” She also alive to herself in the Web3 rental, done at song, tech and movie festival South By Southwest (SXSW) in Austin, Texas and even began performing as a DJ. Raj says, “DJing is a brand new passion I’ve developed previously few months, which I’m in like with. I invent my song in a clear manner and folk fetch to listen to the song that inspires me.”
Now, Raj is out with a rock version for “Venom.” Since she writes and produces most of her song out of her bedroom, she says, “I’m continuously serious about how I will invent my songs on a bigger stage.” The singer teamed up with her impartial appropriate friend and musician/producer Saint Steph to invent the new rendition of the tune. The pair first done it collectively at SXSW earlier this three hundred and sixty five days. She says, “We in actuality began with a truly assorted version that used to be more cinematic and orchestral, but I aroused from sleep a couple of weeks later and used to be like, ‘It have to be a rock version.’”
As someone who spent a form of time listening to heavy steel and rock song because of her of us’ musical tastes, Raj is an astronomical fan of how “in the moment” performances are as phase of these genres. “With [the original version of] ‘Venom’ being a darker entice tune, I envisioned electric guitar and colossal drums on it,” she says. That’s exactly what stands out in the new version. The amped-up chugging distorted guitars, the heavy airy drum sounds as properly as further sonic embellishments equivalent to keys, synths and atmospheric aspects add to the observe. Also, Saint Steph’s alive to ear for manufacturing and Raj’s controlled and exhilarating vocals invent the tune rather the earworm.
The artists labored on the tune over Zoom calls. The pair even shot a song video at HAPPYMONDAY Studio in Brooklyn, Original York, against a white backdrop whereby they’re viewed performing the tune as Saint Steph straps on a guitar and Raj is viewed at her hanging most attention-grabbing.
Up subsequent for Raj are a couple of DJ sets in Original York City subsequent week. She says, “No doubt one of them is a DJ effect of dwelling for Deadfellaz, a top licensed NFT [non-fungible token] assortment of mine, so it’s sick to be working with them.” Also, one other single titled “Initiate air” is thanks to be out all the scheme by scheme of summertime in the U.S. “It’s a hot lady anthem that celebrates culture, style and tech,” says Raj.
Witness the song video for “Venom (Rock Version)” below: