Dohnraj definitely makes a bold statement with this album, right from the cover art to the philosophy he lives by.
High Priestess embodies growth, power and learning, while also holding an undeniable undertone of everything fun, flirty and emotional, which is formidable.
Amidst the list of things that surfaced with the pandemic, there lie increased collaborations between artists. However, things worked backwards...
When We Feel Young is a continuation of When Chai Met Toast's general theme of spilling sunshine and spreading positivity.
The adage ‘age is just a number’ fits quite right when it comes to the journey of the 18-year-old singer-songwriter...
Brimming with cheery hues, Chokamkuru Langneh’s Life in Frames i comfort food to those hungry for an easy listen.
With Future Literature, Azamaan aka Azu Hoyvoy carves a safe space for his EBM/techno/industrial lexicon, under the generous home of Milkman Records.
Art House by Neeraj Make presents better as a concept album and leaves little separation between the art and the artist.
A union of two extremely versatile artists, The Library comprises of musicians Vishal J Singh and Siddharth Basrur. A rollercoaster ride in its entirety, Quiet, Please is a bold effort to marry the crazy of punk with the complexity of progressive rock.