Even as Mulla leans into his raucous sensibilities, lol feels much more enduring thanks to the richer array of themes and complex storytelling.
With his latest EP Red & Yellow, Takar Nabam diversifies his catalogue with the mellow twang of blues-pop and delivers some of his best songwriting till date.
Khalnaik creates a collection of songs underlying the ever-present anxieties and tribulations of modern youth while referencing the narrative themes of tarot and the Ramayana.
Ballad-heavy albums like this one run the risk of becoming lyrically monotonous, but Osho Jain traverses that by constantly switching up his delivery and employing highly imaginative metaphors.
With Nowhere To Stand, Sandunes continues on her journey to seek purposeful collaborations.
Tejas continues to widen the contours of indie-pop, all the while emphasizing that the best artistry is a recipe, not a formula.