Here we resume our usual installments of musical roundup, picking up where we left off --- our half-yearly roundup post.
This month's playlist features tracks by Ahmedabad-based jazz outfit Heat Sink, 'Bari Barsi' remix winner Hansel D, 18-year-old Lahore-based vocalist Abdullah Siddiqui and the maestro AR Rahman.
This month saw the birth of reggaeton ghazal, Midival Punditz release new material, Sarathy Korwar come out with a smashing album and the return of Sleater-Kinney.
The force was well with the Southern film music this May. Composer Justin Prabhakaran is having an especially stellar run this year in the south.
This month's playlist features new music from a host of musicians including Indian independent acts Peter Cat Recording Co., and Sourav Dey, as well as Indian film composers Amit Trivedi, Santhosh Narayan.
This month's playlist features new music from independent musicians Prabh Deep, Ditty, Tarun Balani, Rounak Maiti, Ago, and veterans Thermal and a Quarter.
This month's playlist features much awaited new music by Ohio rockers the Black Keys, and Australian musicians Tame Impala and Flume.
The quality of music from the south is steadily on the rise. February had some significant releases, lovely follow-up singles to full-fledged albums; some of which are very likely to end up in the year-end lists.
From Amit Trivedi's full-fledged debut in the south to Harris Jayaraj and Sean Roldan making a return to proceedings, here is our pick of Southern film songs from January 2019 in no particular order.
AR Rahman continues to feature regularly on the monthly playlist. However, this month's playlist is heavy on independent releases.