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Little Boat
Ajay just finished his next album "Little Boat" at the iconic Abbey Road
Studios.

With 12 exciting new songs, plus a bonus track, "Little Boat" is scheduled to be released early 2018. The first single track "Forget About Yesterday", an upbeat and fun tune, a mash-up between Bo Diddley and Punjabi Bhangra dance groove, will get you up and dancing. "Forget About Yesterday" will be released early November with an incredibly funny video.

 

In The Charts

VIEW FROM THE TOP now 99 Consecutive Weeks on Airplay Charts
#1 on National Airplay TOP 50 Rock
#13 on National Airplay TOP 80 Independent
#22 on National Airplay TOP 50 Adult Contemporary
#15 on European Indie Music TOP200 Chart
#136 on National Airplay TOP 200

NOTHING REALLY MATTERS peak ranking 
#7 on European Indie Music TOP200 Chart
#8 on National Airplay TOP 50 Rock
#24 on National Airplay TOP 50 Adult Contemporary
#30 on National Airplay TOP 80 Independent
#151 on National Airplay
TOP 200

MY WORLD (SOS TO THE UNIVERSE) peak ranking 
#4 on National Airplay TOP 50 Rock
#6 on National Airplay TOP 50 Adult Contemporary
#9 on National Airplay TOP 80 Independent
#149 on National Airplay TOP 200

WALKING ON THE WATER peak ranking 
#14 on National Airplay TOP 80 Independent
#37 on Dutch Hit-Tracks Top 100
#178 on National Airplay TOP 200

http://digitalradiotracker.com

In The Media

INCENDIARY AMERICAN
"Ajay is a lot like Harold And The Purple Crayon where he can draw himself out of any ordeal, you can’t corner this guy at all. ...he’s like Bugs Bunny and I’m Elmer Fudd."
https://incendiaryamerican.wordpress.com/2015/09/05/ajay-mathurs-3-to-9-album-is-to-bugs-bunny-what-listeners-are-to-elmer-fudd/

NATIONAL ROCK REVIEW
“Intriguing, haunting, and mesmerizing, the new single and music video from Ajay Mathur has it all and drags us along on the emotional ride.” - Melanie Gomez
http://www.nationalrockreview.com/music-videos/nothing-really-matters-ajay-mathur
August 20, 2016 – ETHNO CLOUD

“The track Nothing Really Matters from his 2015 release 9 to 3 is a masterpiece of elegant darkness.” - Jeremy Davis http://ethnocloud.com/Jeremy_Davis/?blog=746

ADEQUACY.NET
“An aura of menace hangs over the alt-rocking “Nothing Really Matters” as Mathur takes charge vocally from the start.” - Jen Dan http://www.adequacy.net/2016/08/short-takes-jane-space-mac-gollehon-departure-ajay-mathur/

OBSCURE SOUND
“Ajay Mathur crafts a soaring vein of rock that, on soulful track “Nothing Really Matters”, evolves from riveting alt-rock to metal-tinged ominous progressions at the conclusion. Spacey guitars and Indian tablas both play a prominent role alongside Mathur’s charismatic vocals.” - Mike Mineo http://www.obscuresound.com/2016/07/ajay-mathur/

NO DEPRESSION – The Journal of Roots Music
“Ajay Mathur is a stunning Swiss musician that is quickly breaking his way into the music scene… With a delivery and performance that brings it all together, Ajay Mathur's 9 to 3 is a record that will stand the test of time.” - Emily Hinde http://nodepression.com/article/ajay-mathur-shares-new-video-nothing-really-matters

PASTE MAGAZINE
“An artist that stands out from the crowd, let me introduce you to one of my obsessions… With a creativeness that quickly outshines the rest, Ajay Mathur is an artist that should be on your radar, not only for 2016, but beyond” – Louise Parker https://www.pastemagazine.com/articles/2016/07/ajay-mathur-releases-the-haunting-nothing-really-matters.html

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