Voyage 2

Dhruv Ghanekar’s seventh studio album, Voyage 2 is a smorgasbord of sounds and styles sourced from various regions of India and across the globe.

This ten-track album is a powerful celebration of global grooves and cultures, with Dhruv at the helm, masterfully fusing sounds to create a cohesive and captivating soundtrack. “Voyage 2 is a continuation of Voyage (2015), but with a deeper exploration of Indian folk melodies fused with sounds from across the planet,” says Ghanekar.

In addition to Ghanekar’s brilliant compositions, the album boasts an impressive lineup of collaborators, including respected Rajasthani singer Ila Arun, ‘Aika Dajiba’ famed energetic Vaishali Samant, powerhouse vocalist Kalpana Patowary, and the noteworthy vocalist Nandini Srikar. Also featured are percussionist Ustad Taufiq Qureshi, dynamic bassist Mohini Dey, ace drummer Gino Banks, and noted bass guitarist Tim Lefebvre, among others.

Mumbai Star

Mumbai Star, the Bollywood-style stage musical, is not just an O.S.T. project; it’s a musical extravaganza! The project features a stellar lineup of artists. We’re talking about the biggest names in Bollywood, including legends like Sunidhi Chauhan, Nakash Aziz, and Kunal Ganjawala, alongside some exciting emerging indie talents.

Dhruv Ghanekar, is the creative force behind the compositions and production, ensuring the album is a masterpiece like never before. The music is rich and diverse like the tapestry of the city that it shares the title with.

From high-energy dance anthems to heartwarming romantic ballads, from classical kathak-influenced dance pieces to a Mumbai-style rap/hip-hop, and an exhilarating celebration fusion track filled with rich Indian percussions. The album is one great listen!

The album is scheduled for 29 November 2023 release.

White Noise

White Noise” by Ashutosh Phatak and Dhruv Ghanekar is an OST that showcases an eclectic range of musical styles and influences. The iconic album makes a triumphant return with a special re-release on 17 Jan 2024.
Originally launched in 2005 along with the film “White Noise” featuring Rahul Bose, Koel Puri and Soni Razdan among others, the re-release promises to captivate both loyal fans and a new wave of listeners.

Presented by Sevy Ali, and produced by Q.E.D Metamozez production in association with Sanjay Bhattacharjii for spring board productions, the 2005 film was directed by Vinta Nanda. Music was composed and produced by collectively known as Ashu and Dhruv.

  • Timeless Tracks, Timeless Appeal. “White Noise” transcends time with its timeless tracks that have left an indelible mark on the music landscape. The album contains songs that reflect the darker side of basic human emotions and relationships wrapped in an urban, edgy, and contemporary musical tapestry.

Smoke Signals

“Smoke Signals” by Ashutosh Phatak and Dhruv Ghanekar, collectively known as “Ashu and Dhruv,” is an album that showcases a diverse range of musical styles and influences. First released in 2008 under Blue Frog Records, the album presents a fusion of different genres, languages, and cultures. More than a decade after the legacy project is re-releasing under Wah Wah Records, with a fresh reproduced sound to serve as a testament to Ashu and Dhruv’s musical evolution and collaboration along with a rich tapestry of sounds and rhythms.

The album’s title, “Smoke Signals” suggests a metaphorical communication bridging gaps and transcending barriers. Drawing from Western symphony, bebop, Sufi rock, Indian classical, pop, traditional thumri, electronica, and blues, Ashu & Dhruv created a futuristic and twisted vision of India, reflecting the multicultural and multi-dimensional aspects of the country.



 Voyage is a musical sojourn of various international cultures as seen and heard through Dhruv’s Indian lens. The music crosses many borders and transcends any fusion effort to come out of this region by many a mile.
A microcosm of global diversity in itself, the album leaves one yearning for more with its seamless blend from North and West Africa, Jazz, Pop, Assamese Folk to Rajasthani folk and Classic Rock into a singular sonic voice.  The album, which features award-winning international artists Raul Midon, French/Cameroonian bassist Etienne M’Bappe, Algerian drummer Karim Ziad, Mauritian bassist Linley Marthe, and grandmaster percussionist Trilok Gurtu, will be supported by an extensive tour. Rajasthani folk singer Ila Arun, Kartik Das Baul from West Bengal, and singer-songwriter Vasuda Sharma have given Voyage its eastern aromas.  


‘Distance’ is Dhruv’s debut as a solo artist. This fusion/world effort will set precedents for all World Artists emerging from the continent.

This music is a product of several years of travels and meetings… Recording these tunes has been an incredibly rewarding experience, for several reasons:

As Dhruv said: “It brought me face to face with some of my heroes, musicians who have shaped me in my formative years and some greats who I have met recently, along the way. It has also compelled me to commit to my ideas (however insignificant they sounded in conception).”

Adding to that, it has re-affirmed the old adage: “You never finish a tune, you have to abandon it.” I have been fortunate to have been blessed with many teachers who have guided me in my music and life, my deepest gratitude to all of you.”

He added, “To all the musicians who’ve performed on this album, thank you for making this music yours.”


The Trio Sessions

The Trio Sessions EP features Gino Banks on drums and Sheldon Dsilva on bass, recorded at Yashraj Studios. The tunes have a raw and edgy quality to them as they effortlessly fuse elements of Jazz, Progressive Rock & Indian classical. The music was performed over much of 2013 on the band’s tour to Europe and Asia and finally recorded in 2013.

Dhruv Trio Session – Gino Banks, Sheldon D’Silva & Tala Faral


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