Revisiting the songs from Still As You, which married dreamy electronica with their rock roots, allowed the Kochi four-piece Black Letters to get back to basics.
Sanjeeta Bhattacharya has not only been performing remotely but has also been releasing a steady stream of singles while collaborating with several indie favourites.
Forbidden Fruit consolidates Dolorblind's footing as one of India's budding producers more firmly in the burgeoning electronic space.
Between the piano-inflected soulful Flicker and the far-less-vulnerable EP Diamond, Shivum Sharma has crystallised a distinct sound denoting unmistakable growth.
Displaying wide range, chalo presents a contemporary, near-exhaustive picture of intersecting South Asian sounds, a platform for which is inexplicably, largely lacking.
The album Ye Hai Baghawat by Bengaluru-based rappers Agaahi Raahi, Nex and Akx is a fiery political rap project that questions your understanding of the India we live in.
Kavita Seth talks about her newfound status as a music composer for Mira Nair’s A Suitable Boy, and what went into defining the character to whom she lent her voice.
With a stunning vocal range to match her lively stage persona, Saachi Sen is better known as a singer/songwriter embellishing the Brit-pop landscape with stirring anthems of identity.
Hashbass' slow-burning fusion track For Anita, penned by Shubha Mudgal comes with an incredible interlude by Warren Mendonsa in the second half.
21-year old Australian pop singer ASHWARYA’s BIRYANI is left-field pop at its finest, with slinky, infectiously chaotic rhythms over a danceable blend of percussive textures.