Imperfect things can be perfectly beautiful too, the songs of Sridhar Varadarajan

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Sridhar Varadaraja composes instrumental rock that may vary from fragiel, intimate guitar play to the big bombastic stadion rock in one song. About “Imperfect Things”: “A collection of odd little instrumental songs that I worked on and off over the course of probably a year or two. A time spent second guessing, scrapping, re-doing and then re-redoing songs only to prefer things like they were at the start. I’ve put them all together and called it “Imperfect Things” cause i guess that’s what they are. ”

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