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ARUN SHENOY is a GRAMMY® Award nominated composer and record producer. Based in Singapore and also a California resident, his versatile production style spans genres as wide as rock and funk, to jazz and world music. Arun writes and produces music released as solo productions under his own name, as well as for other bands and solo artists. He is the founder and CEO of publishing firm Arun Shenoy Music Publishing (BMI) and record label Narked Records.

Shenoy’s debut world fusion production titled Rumbadoodle released in 2012 secured a nomination at the 55th Annual GRAMMY® Awards alongside Larry Carlton, Dave Koz, Gerald Albright, Norman Brown, and Chris Botti, the eventual winner. “Bliss”, Shenoyʼs follow up single from his Indian World Fusion project was launched by the Recording Academy via a Worldwide Exclusive First Look at GRAMMY.com in 2013.

Shenoy has also collaborated with a diverse range of artists and producers from Matthew Shell to Sridhar, and also released with Kulur and Duke an eponymous debut single as a trio under the moniker Soul’d. The music on “Soul’d” introduced the Bansuri Funk music to the world.

Shenoy has been featured twice in the best dressed list at the GRAMMY® Award red carpet arrivals, in 2014 by Zen Magazine and again in 2015 by Le Guide Noir.

A STAGEY BANK AFFAIR marks ARUN SHENOY’s first album in 4 years and a follow up to his critically acclaimed GRAMMY®-nominated debut Rumbadoodle. The highly anticipated concept album is Shenoy’s first collaboration with THE GROOVE PROJECT, a musical supergroup of Shenoy’s long term collaborators.

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Album A Stagey Bank Affair by Arun Shenoy

A Stagey Bank Affair

Narked Records
2016

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Album Rumbadoodle by Arun Shenoy

Rumbadoodle

Arun Shenoy
2012

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Sugar Free (feat. Uziel)

Sugar Free (feat. Uziel)

Arun Shenoy
A Stagey Bank Affair

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