A Mutual Question : It all started over a cup of coffee for this Pune music band

Thursday, 22 May 2014 - 9:37am IST | Place: Pune | Agency: dna

One evening, four music enthusiasts bonded over a cup of coffee and shared their love for music. With one mutual question in all of their minds, gave birth to the band, which they later named ‘A Mutual Question’. Sheetal Soni meets the all-boys band, to know how they strike a balance between music and hectic jobs...
Karan Kumar along with his childhood friend, Siddharth Chopra, brother Aviraj Kumar and another friend, Proteesh Ravi launched their first album ‘Eyes Everywhere’ that got their band the right push it needed to create its identity.
Striking a balance: 
Even after working eight hours a day, Karan never lets it eat into his music-time. “Being a software engineer, I may be making a lot of money. But I make sure that I indulge into my passion for some time everyday,” Karan said. “Fortunately, our workplaces are quite flexible and, so that makes easy for us to do what we want to do other than work,” added Aviraj, who is also a full-time senior media planner. Both believe that if there is pure love for a talent then nothing should stop 
one from flaunting it.
Music to calm your senses:
“Our music is not rock-n-roll, it’s what you can just relax and enjoy. We don’t have any dedicated singer because our genre is instrumental”, says Siddharth. “Our talent is different. It is meant for calming down people like me, who have stressful jobs and lives,” added Karan.

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