Blakc's latest release What is Time is about change, but it is also about control.
Ferry Tales touch a variety of genres from neo-soul and R&B to funk to pop-punk and finally, some progressive pop-rock in their debut full-length project, Long Time, No Sea.
Flowers & Rainbows by Nikhil Posé is an incredibly innovative look at the painful journey that all of us go through at some point in our lives.
With two full-length albums, an EP and a couple of one-off singles, the F16s have hit us with different sounds and styles over the years while remaining very consistent with their quality.
We as a species need tight, sonic hugs from time to time and Thermal and a Quarter hit the bull's eye with 'Tilt'.
Medddler's debut EP Jump Alaska is a tight, no-frills 20-minute experience, written with multiple phases and emotional switch-ups.
Cinema of Excess' chemistry, which has only deepened with time, is exemplified in the growing complexity and depth of their music with every new release.
Advaitham adapts the visual storytelling of an absurdist film into grounded and powerful instrumentals throughout the 23-minute experience in The Anatomy of a Dream.
Visita's new album An Ode to the Morphine Muse interprets, in four movements, the internal journey one goes through when confronted with life's bitterness.
The new single from Delhi born guitarist and producer Aaditya Goswami, Voyager, is a call back to the performance-centric ethos of classic rock.