Self-produced and released via performing arts collective Team Evolution India, Black Label Mixtape - III is studded with confident collaborations and familiar themes.
Bas5rocker’s first release of the new year comes in the form of a seven-track album called Elementals, which lands somewhere between atmospheric EDM and synthwave.
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.
Led a lot more by lyrics than before, Strange Cities sees Arsh Sharma fuse electronica, dance-pop, synths and personal observations.
Flowers & Rainbows by Nikhil Posé is an incredibly innovative look at the painful journey that all of us go through at some point in our lives.
On their latest EP Chapmanliya, Tripura-based Koloma transport listeners to the misty skies and plunging valleys of their home state.
A seasoned hip-hop artist through and through, Ikka breathes a little and flexes a lot more on his new album I.
February 31st's instrumental post-rock EP From A Room is comparable to projects by post-rock artists like Hungry Ghosts and Sleep Dealer.
Cuppa Chaos, the debut album by Kolkata-based rock band Trap Happy, is an amalgamation of grooving basslines and fuzzy guitars.