They have shown the ability to mix it up and create works that they themselves are invested in which points to even brighter future for them.
The production of the album is excellent all the way through, and there is a nice mix of classic and gritty, modern sound.
What it lacks in songwriting is made up by the sheer effort and concern U2 have put into the album.
Sameer Uddin tinkers with genres - from electro-funk that grips the wavering acid trip visuals to post-rock which stirs the existential dread - in Kaalakaandi.
Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Padmaavat music album is forgettable and doesn't work, without the visuals at the very least.
There is nothing pompous promised by the Revisit Project. This is perhaps why 'Here We Go' succeeds so well in delivering honesty.
The album is a perfect blend of soaring pop rock with just a sprinkle of disco and gut-burstingly hilarious, with one-liners littered all over.
SiR's November seems able to perfectly marry the old school and modern sounds, and the musical journey just feels comfortable.
Pad Man is a slightly worrying reminder that Amit Trivedi might just have reached a plateau, and needs a special project.
The music of Hichki is conventionally YRF. It's breezy and light, and sadly also not able to particularly stand out.