Thengmankhre.. by Meewakching is an introspective album that isn’t afraid to speak its mind, whether in impassioned outbursts or hushed revelations.
Ballad-heavy albums like this one run the risk of becoming lyrically monotonous, but Osho Jain traverses that by constantly switching up his delivery and employing highly imaginative metaphors.
Owing to his intuition, musical prowess and careful thought, for Abhishek Choudhary and his listeners, this album is a risk that has paid off.
All six tracks encompassed, Upsurge is an intelligently and intentionally crafted sonic odyssey that rises and falls in all the right places.
Brimming with cheery hues, Chokamkuru Langneh’s Life in Frames i comfort food to those hungry for an easy listen.
Across eight tracks, pelle slowly unveils a sonic panorama of sorts, influenced by everyone from Mura Masa to Kanye West to Madlib.
With Future Literature, Azamaan aka Azu Hoyvoy carves a safe space for his EBM/techno/industrial lexicon, under the generous home of Milkman Records.
Art House by Neeraj Make presents better as a concept album and leaves little separation between the art and the artist.
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.