It Always Seems Impossible Until Its Done
— Nelson Mandela

Goldwyn Thandrayen is a Musician and Songwriter best known for his work in 2017 as the Lead Singer, Guitarist of Montreal’s Rock N’ Roll band Psychocide. He was born and raised on the Island of Mauritius, picked up guitar at the age of 16 and formed a band right out the gate, covering songs from Led Zeppelin, Iron Maiden, Guns N’ Roses, Sting & The Police, Deep Purple, Helloween and many more. Although these are quiet popular bands, in Mauritius, it wasn’t quiet the case. If anything Rock N’ Roll was pretty underground in 2005. 

Thandrayen has enough of a command of several genres that he can follow his gut and produce whatever kind of tune it takes to convey a certain idea. The record is enigmatic, unpredictable and a unique fusion that hasn’t been done quite like this before.
— Music-News
Goldwyn truly is a master of genre-twisting music and it will be interesting to see what direction he goes from here.
— Vinyl Chapters

In the fall of 2017, Goldwyn gathered the trio once again, with exception of Jared Shonig, who would be replaced by Kenny Grohowski, and write “Avenue B.” Avenue B” was recorded in Avatar Studios in New York City and Planet Studio in Montreal. The record not only consists of the former setup, piano, upright bass and drums, but it now also consists of Goldwyn Thandrayen’s guitar work. After almost a year in production the record was released in November 2018 and now The Short Film Avenue B is set to be released in April 2019.

Avenue B” is all set to captivate the listeners with thrilling music and marvelous lyrics written by Goldwyn Thandrayen.
— Jazz Universe
Goldwyn Thandrayen, head of The Goldwyn Experiment, has a voice that reminds me of Brendon Urie mixed with Stephen Christian.
— Audible Addixon
the album feels like an amalgamation of the sounds he’s developed thus far in both jazz and rock, with blues and hip-hop influences blended in for good measure.
— Pop Matters