• Tue, May 28, 2024
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Madhusudan Raman
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Aria Cluster Gives Patterns Life

‘Omnipresent’ is proof that ambient music is more than just a bunch of sounds

May 13, 2021

The Coconut Milk Project Starts In Pleasant Fashion

Their single ‘Panic In Life’s Waiting Room’ is a sad reflection dressed up as a sweet indie tune

 

May 11, 2021

Rohan Chaudhary Keeps It Smooth On New Single

We’ve got another buttery pop crooner on our hands

May 03, 2021

Abdon Mech Hits All The Right Notes

His debut EP ‘From A Bamboo Room’ features certified sentimental bangers

Apr 28, 2021

Semwal Provides Indie Goodness On New Single

‘Tishnagi’ has near-perfect writing and high-quality execution

Apr 25, 2021

Vishnu Varma Does 2000s Rock With Some Taste

His single ‘In The Dark’ somehow brings early-century indie rock back without being obnoxious

Apr 23, 2021

Convoy Road Release Introspective And Hopeful Debut Single

‘Raaste’ is a standard pop-rock song but its sincerity is genuine

Apr 22, 2021

Electronic Artist Dystorizon Makes Electronic Music For Today

His debut EP ‘Escape Velocity’ is good for a bit of good ol’ chilling

Apr 20, 2021

Flint Knife Murder Infuses Culture Into Their Brutal And Excellent New EP

‘Aadi Rakshas’ combines inspiration from folk tales with bruising metal riffage

Apr 19, 2021

Viraaj Arora Releases A Charming And Old-World Piano Instrumental

‘The Waltz’ is just one long “Aww, remember when…” moment

Apr 18, 2021

Aayushi Karnik Shows Her Considerable Talent On New EP

‘The Summer Children’ builds on what we already know about her songwriting and guitar chops

Apr 16, 2021

Second Sight Release Nuanced New Single

‘La Hermosa Tristeza’ combines Latin influences with the more relaxed nature of the 70s Brazlian revival

Apr 13, 2021

Mali - Caution To The Wind Album Review

The singer-songwriter goes for a shorter but well-packaged approach on her debut full-length

Apr 10, 2021

Rock Quartet Silver Synthetic Combine Past And Present On Debut Album

While there is pedigree behind the self-titled effort, there is also some great writing

Apr 09, 2021

Rivita Uses Pop Ballads To Great Effect On New Single

The production on ‘Lonely With Someone’ leaves nothing to be desired

Apr 08, 2021

Indo-French Band Paradise Plaza Mixes It Up On Debut Single

‘Hopeless’ combines bits of synthwave revival with- you guessed it- hardcore and metalcore sounds

Apr 07, 2021

Nagaland Artist Meyisanen Lemtur Releases Bubbly New Track

‘Years Gone By’ is quintessential uplifting modern ‘pop’

Mar 30, 2021

Tanmaya Bhatnagar Releases Tender And Ethereal New Single

‘Raat Adhoori’ hits all its contemplative marks

Mar 27, 2021

Listen To The Bittersweet And Blissful New Effort From Meadows And Rust

‘Lost’ is sad and atmospheric in the most controlled, deliberate and evocative way

Mar 25, 2021

Sheil Sagar Explores An Age Gone By On New Single

‘Before It Goes’ is piano-backed and old-school

Mar 24, 2021

Urvi Bhattacharya Releases Proggy And Emotional New Single

‘Pantomime’ features high-level production and the kind of longform writing prog fans just love

Mar 23, 2021

Siliguri Rapper Drastic Combines The Old With The New On New EP

‘Drastic Darkness Death’ does a good job of using current sounds with more classic flows

Mar 21, 2021

Apoorva Krishna Shows Her Pedigree On New Album

‘Intuition’ shows her obvious talent on the violin in a range of contexts

Mar 19, 2021

Kolkata Artist Anahata Dials Up The Prog Fusion

‘Banjare’ is very cleanly produced and written; it continues Indian indie fusion’s hummable direction

Mar 17, 2021

Caramel Sons Present Cheerful Indie Rock On New Single

‘What has happened to your face?’ has a good sense of indie songwriting (and a little drama)

Mar 16, 2021

The New Single From Niranjan Menon Features Collaboration And Fusion

Future bass, classical and five artists in one single? Yes, sure.

Mar 12, 2021

Utsavi Jha Opts For Blues On Her Latest Single

‘Picnic’ shows her valuing a solid song as much as checking genre boxes

Mar 11, 2021

Friends From Moon Is Excitingly Cinematic On Debut EP

‘The Spectator’ goes from epic to Disney to skull-crushing prog metal with incredible smoothness and a real sense of theater

Mar 09, 2021

Vadodara Artist Polkanose Packs Feel-Good Grooves Into Debut EP

‘year one’ is eminently danceable and listenable

Mar 06, 2021

Interview With Tenma From Tamil Nadu Ensemble Casteless Collective

The group of musicians is acting as an extremely important bridge between contemporary presentation and shedding light on casteism and social issues we ignore all too often

Mar 05, 2021

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