Wolivo is a conscious celebration of Kashmir and its indelible oral tradition; an ode to a culture whose indomitable spirit the album’s heart beats with.
Naya Hindustan deserves your attention, as a promising corpus of hip-hop that helps music transcend language in a country that is so swayed by lingual fascism.
Mumbai-based vocalist and composer Isheeta Chakrvarty has been carefully building up her repertoire to exist in the spaces of global...
Caught in a Parade is a trouble-free, pleasant addition to Easy Wanderlings’ musical journal of cherished memories and conversations.
As the album art itself visually represents, String Theory is out to chart terrains unfamiliar.
The Night is Clear does a brilliant job of not just holding the listener’s attention, but impressing at each step.
Rum and Monkeys’ debut commands attention and places them in the category of acts to watch out for.
It’s sensational to see Kraken cross their familiar thresholds, but remain so accessible through Club Namaste.
Jamblu's latest outing comes in the form of a 7-track EP that seems to have been in the drafts for some time.
Safar Collective’s ‘Prahar’ is an all-new aural-visual project that provides introspection with a side of bangers
In May this year, a multi-genre group known as Safar Collective marked their first anniversary with a gig in Bangalore,...