A mix of experimental pop and electronic music, that’s what we can expect from No Violence by Bombay masked e-fiddler (BMeF). With minimum vocals, the song catches the listener’s attention perfectly and sticks to it until the end.
BMeF is a creative artist from Mumbai, India. BMeF entered music when he was so small and studied classical music with a violin with the renowned violinist Mr. Ivan Rodrick. He collaborated with classical musicians in India until he moves to Australia to pursue his degree in Elder conservatoire Music. There he learned electronic music and fell in love with it.
BMeF has performed at Australian music festivals, with diverse band collaborations ranging from Rock, Jazz, Electronica, Techno, Avant-garde, Alternate experimental music, including the Fringe festival, Uni Adelaide Music Festival as a part of an electronic music ensemble led by Stephen Whittington. He states, “there is always some inner character which lives and always stays inside us, regardless of our outer masked character that develops with time, spans emotional ranges and cultural dimensions.”
Flowing on a mellow tempo, No Violence is filled with so many electronic tones and beats, each being different on each part of the song. The vocals are computerized, so are the tunes. BMeF has shown us his creativity and versatility as an artist in this 4 minutes long music track taking us in a different direction which is strange but excellent. We are truly impressed with the unique music of No violence, and we expect to hear more of his work in the future.