- Roshan – an Arabic word meaning bright or shining
- Shanti – a Sanskrit word used in the sacred languages of Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, and Jainism meaning a state of being mentally and spiritually at peace
Put to together these words make Aroshanti – ‘a bright inner peace that shines through your spirit’
Sound is everywhere and resonates through every cell of our bodies. This universal language connects us all whether we can physically hear it or not.
Aroshanti’s music is characterised by waves of harmonies, rhythmical melodies and all things that resonate. Influenced by many genres, instruments and styles of music all these different forms of resonance can be heard in his music.
Key signatures of the music includes: Atmospheric soundscapes, Deep and stirring textures, Interwoven and grounding melodies + harmonies
and Ethnic influences in instruments and rhythm.
Having travelled the world and lived abroad many different influences and genres of music can be heard in Nick’s compositions. Nick’s cultural instrumental interests range widely from Irish folk music to Taiko and Djembe drumming.
Having now settled in the English Lake District, Nick finds an endless source of inspiration from the nature and scenic views that surround his home and studio.