Resonance. It’s what happens when something moves at its natural frequency.

From the age of 7 Radhika received voice coaching, through a distance-learning course, from a Grammy Award winning singer and artist. She picked up the material at Chapter 5 and carried on through her school years and then as a physics undergrad. After some time as a lawyer in the City, she inevitably found her way onto a stage with a guitar, and Resonance emerged on the London music scene.

Resonance has played at San Francisco’s Make Out Room, appeared on Stanford’s KZSU radio, headlined East London’s Pit Festival, supported charity fundraisers at the Fiddlers in Camden, appeared at an underground musicians’ collective in Paris, and played on stages in Italy, Australia and Singapore.

The debut EP, “If The Fires They Burn Too Bright” (2012), was recorded and mixed by Neil Tucker (will.i.am, Alicia Keys) at Metropolis Studios in London. Two singles “Mister Policeman” and “Reverie” followed in 2014, recorded and mixed by Dave Moore (Skyfall, Galavant) at Flood’s Assault and Battery Studios in London, and mastered by John Davis (Led Zeppelin, U2) at Metropolis.

Radhika lives in San Francisco, California.

Resonance is what happens when something moves at its natural frequency.

When she’s singing, Radhika is moving at hers.