We Don’t Talk Anymore – ISHANI Reflects On What A ‘PERFECT LIFE’ We Think We Have

15 January 2021

Since 2018 London based artist ISHANI has dropping music that each successively
rained her raw heartfelt vocals and atmospheric, future thinking beats on us.

And she has another new piece out called PERFECT LIFE.

The song is, in her words, is “a story about our collective social media experience and our relationships with our own phones. Whether we want to or not, we are constantly seeing other people’s lives, fantasising about what their world is like, and wasting our own time constantly scrolling, not living, just imagining other people’s lives.”

Ishani has the gift to get your aural attention with her warm Sade like voice embedded
in chill-out, soulful grooves with a jazzy touch à la Amy Winehouse. Both mellow and shadowy, relaxing and reflecting. With Perfect Life she warns for the (a)social media danger of isolation, rightly so.

‘We Don’t Talk Anymore’

ISHANI: Facebook

PERFECT LIFE also on Spotify

ISHANI: Facebook

(Promo photo on top received via Lost In The Manor Pr)

London’s Singer/Songwriter ISHANI Is Going Through… ‘STORMY EMOTIONS’

New sonic impulses


29 November 2018

(Photo: Zuzia Zawada / Make up : Vivi Solomon)

Artist: ISHANI

Who: London based Singer/songwriter/producer “combining her colourful background and cheerful character with the moody downtempo sounds that influenced and shaped her as an artist; she breathes some much deserved new life into music.”

Track: STORMY EMOTIONS – New single – A song “about the death of a relationship and the overwhelming pain that can come with that. It is also however about moving into a new phase of life, from the darkness to light.”

Score: The hypnotic, bass-driven, electro chill-out groove of this brooding humdinger makes an instant impact from the very start and with Ishani‘s crystal clear voice on top
of it you’ll get the sense of a mystifying experience, even spooky with some creepy backing vocals popping up now and then. I’m sure trip-hop legends Massive Attack would love to have this magnetizing performance on one of their albums. Yes, it’s that impressive, it’s that ravishing. Tune in and drift away…

ISHANI: Facebook