The Grooverz conceptualized their virtual concert Dur-e Sur-e with the Grooverz which captured the energy of a live show and powerful musicianship.
A label dedicated to bringing out only independent music will go a long way to help the scene come out from under the destructive shadow of mainstream film music.
When topics of poverty, impending water crisis, the call to arms and societal revolution are brandished in the faces of an emotionally charged crowd, it can only result in goosebumps and standing ovations at the end.
Aditi Ramesh, and her band, is trying different things and finding their sound in Leftovers. It’s not crystal clear yet, but it’s solid, tight and imaginative.
The slow beats are groovy and straightforward, but the production is intentionally murky with lurking elements of danger, designed to make listeners cringe.
Lively yet subtle, minimalism is key to Pull's sound, with various layers of instrumentation flowing over one another to make a swaying concoction of beautiful sounds.
A pure grunge rock standard which flirts with punk and heavy metal elements, ‘Mayday’ is a comforting listen for the chaotic ones.
Revolving around the story of a person coming to terms with being left behind by a lover, ‘Dreams in Technicolour’ is a warm solace for everyone who has felt so.