Released under the label Paradigm Records, producers Jay Rana and Skopos have come up with Magic & Pasta, a record with four distinctly different tracks.
Tejas continues to widen the contours of indie-pop, all the while emphasizing that the best artistry is a recipe, not a formula.
Once Upon a Blue Moon is a catalogue of dreamy, heavily produced lo-fi tracks that set the tone with every note.
SUPERPOWER 2020 ends up sounding like someone tried to reproduce Lifafa's earlier works from memory, on Soundrop, with ear plugs on.
Gin City has coloured 2021 with seven hard rock tracks on the album, All That There Is, and they’re primed to make you perk up and listen.
Mugli maintains a fine balance between preserving his cultural heritage and appealing to India’s wider audience in his debut EP Real.
On his fourth offering Matter of Respect, Lou Majaw has gone all guns ablaze to bring out his heaviest record yet in a career spanning nearly six decades.
Abdon Mech’s EP From A Bamboo Room provides 17 minutes of an excuse to lay back and let someone else take you along on their stories.
These broken-hearted, anxiety-ridden times call for something syrupy sweet to provide some relief. And, Hindi pop-rock band, Left Turn, are...
On their second record and first full-length album Udne Do, Chaar Hazaari toe the line as much as they also push the boundaries ever so slightly.