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.
While this is unmistakably a Blackstratblues album, the guitar's imposing presence becomes a burden, one that might have been offset a little had there been a few more significant features.
The Dil Bechara album dropped a couple of weeks back, and the immediate virality of the album is as much down to the public sentiment around Sushant Singh Rajput’s death as it is about the musicality of the album.
Hip-hop’s unique trajectory in India has been a sight to behold. While its vernacular offshoots have garnered most of the...
The album overall succeeds in registering coherent, nostalgic yet refreshing sounds, and is one of AR Rahman's most definitive works since 2015.
The Return to Darkness saw some stylistic changes and sounded way more polished than anything Demonic Resurrection had put out before.
Janelle Monaé - The woke queen of making statements through terrific music and emotion picture(s).
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.
Rajat Rao juggles through genres to expand his sound in 'This Album Has A Name But Isn’t Really Called Anything'.
SiR's November seems able to perfectly marry the old school and modern sounds, and the musical journey just feels comfortable.