Damningly defiant in the face of modern music stereotyping ”

— Tonedeaf Magazine

Bringing two musical worlds, Indian and Western, together and fusing them in a blissful earthly feel ”

— MTV Indies

The inherent Indian vibe of ‘Eyes On The Radio’,” begins to spool out from the very beginning with the keening tanpura drone that underscores ‘Rebirth’. Sub-continental sounds abound on the album with Eastern instruments like the esraj, morchang and riveting Rajasthani folk harmonically enmeshed with acoustic guitars, flamenco finger picking and blues to create a sound that is global and yet firmly rooted in India.””

— NME

Avi is a beautiful singer with an extraordinary voice, full of depth and variety of tone” - Therese Virtue

— 3CR

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Even though singer songwriter Avi Misra may have moved to Melbourne a few years ago, his inimitable, booming baritone can easily be heard back here in India”

— Rolling Stone

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Notable acts this year include Avi Misra, who was born in Tokyo and is now based in Melbourne. He’s a trained opera singer and talented guitarist whose music draws on his diverse life experiences.-”

— Beat Magazine

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Pulling from cultural influences that characterise Indian songwriting styles, Misra has carved a unique pocket in the ofttimes impenetrable landscapes of synthpop and darkwave”

— Happy Magazine

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Avi’s new album, Eyes on the Radio, offers a subtle look into an increasingly multicultural 21st Century and integrates diverse musical influences such as opera, Indian, classical and gypsy folk styles. Resulting in infectious songs accompanied by his own strong yet effortless vocal”

— The West End Magazine

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The show's individuality is personified by its performers, with producers purposefully straying from the norm expected by the audience. “We've got a lot of vocalists sharing the singing but the majority are women. We have a guy called Avi Misra, who is an Indian-born Australian singer, whose got that incredible, dramatic, deep Indian voice' - Craig Spann ”

— Scenestr Magazine

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All of Brisbane been talking about Avi's Music ”

— Goldilock Folk, 4zzz

The soaring and operatic timbre of Misra’s vocals serves as another element that sets his work aside. Trained as a classical Hindustani vocalist, Misra’s baritone paints the entire record with a hefty, yet enthralling darkness”

— Happy Magazine

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