Shillong-born, Guwahati-based rapper, MOKSH, plants his feet firmly on the ground with a brand-new EP – At Your Service.
A union of two extremely versatile artists, The Library comprises of musicians Vishal J Singh and Siddharth Basrur. A rollercoaster ride in its entirety, Quiet, Please is a bold effort to marry the crazy of punk with the complexity of progressive rock.
Hindsight is 2020 deftly employs the kind of melodies and emotive solo work that is distilled and distinct Blackstratblues.
The electronic synth-pop EP Loveless is Bengaluru-based duo Us and I's debut effort is valiant and undeniably groovy.
Despite being a well produced record which does showcase thriving talent, its limitations tends to “box in” the Indian independent scene to a few tier-A cities.
The Melancholic Rhapsody is a solitary journey, and it's pure and soulful.
Chirag Todi's Panodrama is filled to the brim with many of the country's finest musicians as collaborators. They include Blackstratblues, Jai Row Kavi, Shreya Bhattacharya, Tony Das, Vinay Kaushal, Vrnda Dhar, Tanya Nambiar, and Yohan Marshall.
Bruce Lee Mani participated in a month-long exercise of writing a song a day. At the end of it, 30 songs of bite-sized duration resulted in the artist’s first solo LP.
The seven-song soundtrack of Mimi, thankfully, turns out to be a delightful surprise.
Just when you think you’re running out of fuel to daydream, Aman Jagwani’s brand new album is here to keep...