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.
Oceantied's new series is a distillation of new-fangled intuitions from the club floors and his staple drum & bass, and hip-hop influences.
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.
Tienas drops his sophomore album Season Pass, which contemplates over lost love, heartbreak, life and the world around us, as it flows free.
Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Padmaavat music album is forgettable and doesn't work, without the visuals at the very least.
With the entire look and feel of Gulabo Sitabo centring around the old and lost riches of what was once a grand and opulent Awadh, the music really finds resonance.
Lojal's 'Phase' is for a sad slow dance late at night, given how much the music swerves in and out of hip-hop banger beats, murky ambience and groovy rhythms.