Indi Graffiti's 'Tumse Na Ho Payega' is peppered with themes of unrequited love, the yearning to explore and the motivation to dream and attain those aspirations. The themes are presented with profound and thought-provoking lyricism.
The Mumbai-based producer has been a familiar name in music. His new album explores the relationship between art and memory.
In his first collaboration with Varun Grover, Vishal Bhardwaj delivers a pleasing soundtrack.
Tabia is evidence of an individual in complete control of their sound and vision.
GoodMostlyBad’s debut Baby, a 5-track EP, marries glitchy sampling and talky hip-hop with sparse minimalism and ambient production.
Songs of Trance brings four terrific songs that reproduce the reverie that an entire generation has come to associate with the songs of Amit Trivedi.
When topics of poverty, impending water crisis, the call to arms and societal revolution are brandished in the faces of an emotionally charged crowd, it can only result in goosebumps and standing ovations at the end.
If their 2020 album Resurrect was a step into knowing how to create and structure a hip-hop album – it had 15 tracks – Homecoming is the full-flexed smackdown featuring everything you’d want to hear on a hip-hop album.
The adage ‘age is just a number’ fits quite right when it comes to the journey of the 18-year-old singer-songwriter...