Acapella music is new and fresh, and entertaining to watch. Thanks to the few famous Acapella groups below, this kind of music is slowly being enjoyed by people all over India. Lets check them out:
Voctronica is a Mumbai-based Acapella group that got noticed in the scene for their unique cover of Alt J that went viral. Formed in 2011, this group slowly rose up in fame. This group consists of beatboxers and singers who are expert in both, Western and Indian classical music. Their plus point? This group does not restrict themselves to one genre; they cover EVERYTHING!
Voctronica consists of Avinash Tewari, Raj Verma, Arjun Nair, Warsha Easwar, Meghana Bogle and Clyde Rodrigues.
Raga Trippin’ is the first Bollywood Acapella group. Their voice is known for remixing classic Bollywood songs. They also performed at the International Jazz Festival in 2015 and blew everyone away with their stunning performance. They are one group you should listen to!
RaagaTrippin’ consists of singers Alan De Souza, Gary Misquitta, Gwen Dias, Keshia Braganza, Leon De Souza, Suzanne D'Mello and Thomson Andrews.
Aflatunes is a Mumbai based Acapella group located in Mumbai. A brainchild of Roy Navarun and Anish Nair, they’ve played at several music festivals and venues including the Rolling Stone Stage with other upcoming artists
You’ve probably already watched their video of ‘Evolution of Bollywood Music’ and loved them for it! Penn Masala has been around since 1996 and is a group from the University of Pennsylvania that claims to be the world’s first Hindi Acapella group. As a progressive group that is continually changing members, Penn masala has experimented with various genres of music in doing fusion mixes