'Dream Sandwich,' despite its amiably sinister themes, is a charismatic number.
Despite being Killpop's debut single, 'Silent Drama' sounds like the work of seasoned musicians of the genre.
It is to Ape Echoes' credit that the audience isn't too dissociated the track in itself as they get increasingly engrossed in the visual storytelling.
Sushin Shyam is one of the most exciting and bona fide music composers in the state today. Kumbalangi Nights is inarguably his career-best effort.
Rooh is an exciting first original from Aseem Trivedi, making the rest of his upcoming EP, worth the anticipation.
Funk Katcheri has been produced exceedingly well and it shows. The ensemble creates an aspirational set of sounds, all whilst uncompromisingly sticking to conventional melody-driven Indian music.
Seldom do we see such visually sombre storytelling accompany inherently bouncy electronic music. Oceantied's 'Let You Go,' is as much a sonic soother, as it is, visually.
'Teeth' is a tightly assembled EP, and MOSKO deserves credit for fanatically sticking to its ethos and bringing forth a truly groovy album.