The Dil Bechara album dropped a couple of weeks back, and the immediate virality of the album is as much down to the public sentiment around Sushant Singh Rajput’s death as it is about the musicality of the album.
With the entire look and feel of Gulabo Sitabo centring around the old and lost riches of what was once a grand and opulent Awadh, the music really finds resonance.
Veer-Zaara gave us film music that showed that while we evolve and modernise, we have to stay in touch with our roots.
Easy Wanderlings' final show of their tour started as an intimate performance, stayed intimate even as the songs got peppier and chirpier, because of the band’s on-stage presence, palpable friendship and chemistry.
A whimsical, daring film like Vasan Bala's Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota demands music that compliments its goofiness, and Karan Kulkarni delivers.
In his first collaboration with Varun Grover, Vishal Bhardwaj delivers a pleasing soundtrack.
The Kedarnath album is nothing too remarkable, but even then, Trivedi manages to give a couple of memorable songs.
Indie scene's muted reaction to the chilling and detailed investigative report on OML speaks volumes about how inexperienced and uncultivated the industry is at the moment.