It might get glitchy

Sep 10

It was necessary.

Sep 10


Our take on dreams and how volatile they are. Feed back?

Guitars played by Aleif Hamdan.

Mar 10

Rishabh developed a Vocoder app for this song. Came out pretty nice.

November of 2011, the first single off “It Might Get Glitchy” made it to two nominations at the IndieGo Music Awards 2011. Last night, we were announced Silver in the category of “Best Pop Song”. Hurrah!

Jan 21
IndieGo Awards Win!
Nov 11

Singer : Natasha Humera Ejaz
Music : Rishabh Rajan
Jahaan : It Might get Glitchy

Jessica Lucia Andrade
Zara Symes


Mickey Mouse

'Jahaan' is nominated for the Best Pop Song and Best Pop Act at the IndieGo music Awards in 2011.

Directed by
Aliakbar Campwala

Additional Camerawork by
Moosa Nabeel & Bhavya Raj

Nov 4


'Jahaan' (literal translation: world) is the first single from an album released by Natasha Humera Ejaz and Rishabh Rajan. The song has a laid back, relaxing feel; describing the spontaneity and feyness of butterflies, with an infant-like delight.

Nov 4

"It might get glitchy" is a collaborative project by Natasha Ejaz and Rishabh Rajan.

Their first song, “Jahaan” got nominated for Best Pop Song and Natasha got nominated Best Pop Act in the upcoming IndieGo Music Awards.

Oct 7

"It might get glitchy" is a collaborative project by Natasha Ejaz and Rishabh Rajan.

Natasha Ejaz is an upcoming singer-songwriter most recently featured in the Pakistani reality show “Uth Records”. Her song “The Right Way To Fall” was co-produced (along with Gumby and Omran Shafique) by Taha Malik. She is currently studying audio engineering from the International College of Music, KL.

Rishabh Rajan, a Music Production lecturer at ICOM, is a graduate of Berklee College of Music, with a Major in Film Scoring. He has written music for a few independent films while working in Los Angeles, many of which played in the local festival circuits. As a film composer he specializes in writing electronic, orchestral and ethnic music. He has also worked for various sound library companies as a content developer and is now developing his own sample libraries.


Twitter: @mightgetglitchy

Sep 27