From seasoned scene acts Hari & Sukhmani, Tejas and Taba Chake to new acts Radha and Prakti, the best new independent music of February features a mix of catchy bops and some mellower tunes.
Sijya’s foray into music has surprisingly turned heads very early in her career. Find out why.
Calling out casteism, atrocities against minorities, and other forms of discrimination through his music, Kapil’s music stands out for his multi-genre capabilities and stunning lyricism.
Sandunes has four albums and six EPs under her belt, and is not one to shy away from experimentation and pushing her horizons as an artist.
Taceō’s settling in the industry and learning the ropes, one project at a time.
Best New Music
From evocative piano ballads to resolute songs of self-belief and despondent sludge-metal, here’s what we’ve got spinning.
From sultry pop bops to commendable songwriting and arrangements that demand your attention, here’s a rundown of the best new music to check out.
This week's best new music feature tunes by Raman Negi, Sijya, Meba Ofilia, Curtain Blue and Rohan Kamath.
Week 43 and 44 brought us some fine tunes by Samar Mehdi, Aarya, Lojal, Moeha and many more.
With a deliberate emphasis on self-love, the song is about stories that "always inspire us & give us a purpose of joyful life".
Perp is the moniker singer-songwriter Urmila Sivadas, who has released her latest single 'My Mind' in collaboration with French producer and songwriter NSHKO.
Kenishaa showcases her South African and Indian heritage and puts forward ideas of togetherness and diversity on her track 'Amina'.
'Aaj Phir Tera' from Hindi / Urdu band Madmast will invoke a sense of nostalgia, especially for the quintessential Bollywood pop sound.