“Among modern music’s most compelling vocalists.” So says a Wall Street Journal writer, waxing lyrical about the mesmerising, ethereal-voiced singer ganavya, a South-Asian vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, and composer who has just announced her upcoming studio album like the sky, I’ve been too quiet. The thirteen-track LP – which includes her brand new single ‘el kebda, let it go,’ out today, is released via Shabaka Hutchings’ Native Rebel Recordings on March 15th, 2024, and features contributions from Hutchings, Floating Points, Balimaya Project band leader Yahael Camara Onono, and Mercury-nominated bassist Tom Herbert

A graduate of Berklee College of Music, UCLA, and Harvard, ganavya has quickly become a much-in-demand artist on the US scene, collaborating with Quincy Jones, the late Wayne Shorter and Esperanza Spalding. Her forthcoming album includes her first single, ‘forgive me my,’ released last July.

like the sky, I’ve been too quiet is released via Native Rebel Recordings on March 15th 2024