Akshit Dhall is a singer and a songwriter from Rohtak, Haryana currently based out of Pune, who lives with the zest to travel the world and sing for people wherever possible. Playing across the country he’s developed the style of Storytelling, to engage the audience as he performs. In the month of January, he released his debut EP called “30th of February”.

After crossing around 100,000 streams across all the platforms he is now working on his second EP called, Storyteller.


Here is a Akshit Dhall in a conversation with GOGO Magazine.

1) When did your journey as a musician begin?

I started playing music in/around Pune in 2018 but I’ve been writing music for around 5/6 years.

2) Which was your first song?

The first song that I released was STAY. Here’s the link to the song. 

3) Which has been your most memorable live performance?

Most memorable performance would be my last performance that I did, at Sofar Bangalore in March,2020.

4) How do you manage investment for your music productions?

Major investments are from the gigs that I play across the country.

5) Who has been your inspiration?

A lot of indie artists around me inspire me a lot but initially, I used to look up to Ed Sheeran. And now I look up to Alec Benjamin and Finneas a lot.

6) Where do you see yourself in the next 10 years?

10 years from now I want to travel across the globe and want to play my music to people wherever possible.

7) Tell us about your latest track.

I just released a beautiful video for the Title track of my debut EP, called the 30th of February. This video was shot entirely during the pandemic with all the precautions and a lot of challenges. This song talks about the sweet high school love that almost all of us have experienced. Here’s the link to the song.   

8) Which is your most preferred genre?

I prefer listening to a lot of genres like blues, the old classics, country, soul pop but I’m mostly into Indie.      

9) How was life in quarantine?

Life in quarantine was not as tough as I thought it would be, luckily I was at home with my parents, so it was easier. Also, I learned a lot about myself and my songwriting. I wrote a lot of music, learned how to play the piano all by myself, met a lot of musicians online. Overall it was fun.

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