Eleven presents: Vinny Lunar – On The Outside

Indian-Australian musician Vinny Lunar shares his track “On The Outside” from the “ChauffeurEP in collaboration with with Sydney-based electronic producer Low Beams. “On The Outside” is available now on all digital stores.

Credit: Simone Taylor

Influenced by pop and R&B sound, he had a natural connection with artists such as  Timbaland, Pharrell, Miles Davis, Usher, D’Angelo, and Craig David. He was  also influenced by his brother’s interest in electronic music, with Muse, Radiohead, Massive Attack, this combined with the connection to darker-toned R&B and electronic in the 2010s spearheaded by the Weeknd’s earlier mixtapes, Kid Cudi, Frank Ocean, and James Blake.

Credit: Simone Taylor

BEHIND THE SCENES, LET’S KNOW MORE ABOUT THE ARTIST: Making music that seamlessly fuses R&B, electronica, and South-Asian melodies, the Indian-Australian musician shatters stereotypes. Born in India and having lived in Germany and Sweden, Vinny’s sound reflects the diversity of his identity and influences, ranging from Motown soul to the iconic film scores of AR Rahman that characterised Bollywood’s 90s musical renaissance.After a series of R&B and electro-tinged releases spanning from 2013, Vinny’s current music speaks about his cultural upbringing with pride. Dancing between his native tongue Telugu, Hindi and English in his releases, Vinny now fully embraces the third culture identity that was once a source of isolation. The release of ‘Prema’ in 2020 signified a pivotal and natural shift in his sound, reflecting an affinity with his motherland that has continued throughout the upcoming 5 track EP Chauffeur, a collaboration with producer Low Beams.


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