Sophie's debut studio album Oil of Every Pearl’s Un-Insides is an absolute triumph and may be seen as a turning point in the trajectory of pop music.
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.
If Dhruv's previous work cemented his status as a prolific guitarist and songwriter, this album highlights his talents as a producer.
Tabia is evidence of an individual in complete control of their sound and vision.
Tejas continues to widen the contours of indie-pop, all the while emphasizing that the best artistry is a recipe, not a formula.
If coming-of-age-in-the-pandemic were a genre, Songs (for you) by AM.E.R would fit right in.
Trust veterans Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy to get listeners of Bollywood music out of the recent rut. In Raazi's short 4-track album, they deliver another winner.
The kaleidoscopic record is a self-contained mirror to the hodge-podge of current times, while radiating her confidence as an artist and up-and-coming producer. Watch out world, because Mali has arrived.
On his fourth offering Matter of Respect, Lou Majaw has gone all guns ablaze to bring out his heaviest record yet in a career spanning nearly six decades.
The rapport between Irfana and Taslina is bubbling in every second of their debut EP Ko-Lab.