The ease with which Saptak Chatterjee jumps from one melodious strain to another shows he really doesn’t have anything to prove to anyone on Aaina.
On EP Fruits, Hashbass dips his toes into new waters once again and gives us indefatigable tunes.
Although 24 minutes shouldn’t feel like laborious listening time, Pages Of My Memory does veer into that territory at times, but Curtains thankfully make up for it by the end.
Maharya pours it all out and takes a match and kerosene to it all, making Tyaag EP a powerful statement from one of rap’s finest.
Lotus bloom like never on Dear Diary and although it’s only 25 minutes, the journey is revelatory for fans of post-rock, prog and alt-rock.
Nightwing is another reminder of the good times that modern, experimental jazz music can give us out in India.