Gokul Salvadi, from India, is a composer, singer and multi-instrumentalist, but the one he plays professionally is his larynx. He started as a Carnatic Vocalist (Traditional South Indian Classical Music) and later, as a composer, he developed his passion for exploring the wondrous world of music. "Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent" (Victor Hugo). Music is universal and there is no territory in the world of music. Salvadi creates something which would have a sense of his overall musical style. He loves working with people who work and play with sound. The future of the world is hatched in the laboratory. From Isaac Newton to Albert Einstein, from Antonio Russolo to John Cage, innovation has been an eternal spirit for us. Salvadi loves exploring the world of music and is curious to see where it leads him in the future. Whenever asked what his genre is, he prefers to call it "Avant-garde Carnatic."