As much as it may seem to some that the band has nestled itself into a predictable sound that combines jazz, blues and rock, A World Gone Mad proves otherwise.
Like all of its previous work, 'Thank You for Today' is a sonically consistent and focused record, albeit with some flaws.
Easy Wanderlings' final show of their tour started as an intimate performance, stayed intimate even as the songs got peppier and chirpier, because of the band’s on-stage presence, palpable friendship and chemistry.
A laudable take on a monsoon romance, Pavan Gaikwad parlays his sincere and buoyant renditions for a little bit of easy breezy feel good.
The Epiphany of Being Sane serves as a tremendous kick-start to the project’s career. It shares some ideas very close to the band with an energy that is beyond palpable.
If coming-of-age-in-the-pandemic were a genre, Songs (for you) by AM.E.R would fit right in.
While it is tabla maestro Zakir Hussain's background score that is a bigger part of the on-screen narrative than songs, understandably, Khanwalkar delivers the goods as far as the music album of 'Manto' is concerned.
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.
Cuppa Chaos, the debut album by Kolkata-based rock band Trap Happy, is an amalgamation of grooving basslines and fuzzy guitars.
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.