This week’s feature album is Sa, the debut release from Melbourne-based Punjabi-Australian vocalist Parvyn

Beginning her musical career as a vocalist performing in her father Dya Singh’s music ensemble, Parvyn is best known for fronting cult Bollywood band The Bombay Royale. But the release of Sa marks a new chapter in Parvyn’s evolution as an artist and as the master of her own musical destiny.

Lyrically, the album explores themes of perception, reality, love and family. The content is deeply personal with Parvyn reflecting on her struggles with mental health, her childhood experience growing up in Australia with immigrant parents, and her own experiences raising a young family of her own. 

While the lyrics dive deep, Parvyn’s vocals sooth and disarm. Singing in both Punjabi and English, her range as a singer is almost impossibly broad and it’s her voice and songwriting that bind this musically diverse album together.

Guest musicians join Parvyn on Sa with Indian and Western instruments including bansuri, piano, violin, and sitar lending acoustic timbres and fluidity to the beats, synthesizers, and loops. Across it all, Parvyn’s vocal presence is commanding and Sa is a powerful statement of intent from an artist stepping into her power. 

Sa is out September 10.  PBS members can tune in to the station all week for a chance to win a copy of the album. Not a member? Join now for your chance to win.




Simona Castricum - 'Grateful for the Heartache'

Simona Castricum - 'Grateful For The Heartache'


Ausecuma Beats - 'Sallier'

JK Group - 'Kempton (Phil Stroud remix)'

Goat - 'Fill My Mouth'

GOAT – Fill My Mouth


Rings Around Saturn - '8-Bit Flex'

Luke Howard Trio - 'Antoinette Boulevard'

Jon Hopkins with Ram Dass, East Forest - 'Sit Around The Fire'

Jon Hopkins with Ram Dass, East Forest - Sit Around The Fire (Official Video)


Reuben Vaun Smith - 'Deliciosa'

Diploid - 'There Was Little To Drag Out'