Indie-acoustic three-piece band Cinema of Excess have released their second-ever EP, Rooftops, following a promising debut back in 2018. The...
An enjoyable soundtrack, Karwaan is a good case study of the advantages of having a multi-composer lineup - different, varying styles with decently engaging content.
Touted to be a rustic neo-noir crime saga, 'Vada Chennai' has Narayanan dabbling in his usual folk experiments coupled with modern strings and bass.
Jatayu made the choice of looking backwards for answers in their new record constructed during the pandemic, Moodswings.
This album is Parekh & Singh's coping mechanism to handle the uncontrollable and unforeseeable changes in the universe as well as in their personal lives.
Anushka Maskey's debut album Things I Saw In A Dream is a poignant pandemic-era balladry, spanning longing, loss and hope all spun around the reassuring chug of a warm guitar.
Primarily spotlighting romantic ballads and hopeful numbers, 18 a musical effort driven by Sothu's self-professed passion for honest storytelling and expression.
The ease with which Saptak Chatterjee jumps from one melodious strain to another shows he really doesn’t have anything to prove to anyone on Aaina.
Ferry Tales touch a variety of genres from neo-soul and R&B to funk to pop-punk and finally, some progressive pop-rock in their debut full-length project, Long Time, No Sea.
MALFNKTION's Infinity Trail is ambitious in scope and conception but falls short in execution.