The Toby Gribben Show


Basil Babychan

Season 2021, Ep. 191

 Basil Babychan is embracing his opportunities and exploring the open road ahead of him. With his debut  Shadows Dance and the success of his 2020 EP accidentally Incorporated, he is eager to share his newest single Transient that released in July 2021 to the world.

Blending his unique musical concepts and song structures, Basil’s music is aptly coined Neo-Classical; a hybrid of Classical styles coupled with modern orchestral and electronic themes.

The result is inspirational melodies; songs of peace, reflections, love, and happiness. Music for the Soul.

Basil creates full-length multi-timbre pieces, rich with a dynamic presence. With superlative instrumentation, Basil’s effective use of harmony allows his melodies to arouse inspiration and inner clarity. He pursues this talent with weekly Melodic Messages where he shares his musical ideas embodied with empowering messages

Working with a vast collection of international artists and influences, allows the melodic presence to be enunciated with clarity, to touch the listener and reach the inner workings of the Soul. As such, Basil Babychan has enlisted some incredible talent to help re-interpret these original tracks under the banner Melodic Musings

Through his YouTube channel, and Instagram page, Basil reaches a comprehensive global audience. His professional and mature performance videos exhibit the collaborative efforts, the messages and the overall vibe the music evokes to “empower present-day Warriors, Survivors, and Winners - as they continue to ignite the Human Spirit.” 

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