Pad Man is a slightly worrying reminder that Amit Trivedi might just have reached a plateau, and needs a special project.
The music of Hichki is conventionally YRF. It's breezy and light, and sadly also not able to particularly stand out.
Sudhir Mishra's upcoming film Daas Dev boasts a good old-fashioned Bollywood soundtrack. That itself is a worthy cause for celebration.
Acoustic albums are always difficult to be done well but Bangalore-based trio Cinema of Excess handles this with ease on Bring Back the Sound.
Indie Rock is not dead! That's the feeling that stays with you through Lucy Dacus' Historian. She's just 23 but Dacus is easily among the finest in her genre and her age bracket.
On Alonely, Paloma and Adil's five-track debut EP, the Kolkata based duo compose breezy melodies with especially impressive vocals.
Garden City Movement's EPs had a runtime around the 20-minute mark. The hour-long album seems quite the radical shift.
With Vicky Donor, Piku and Yahaan in Shoojit Sircar's repertoire, we placed our bets on October being one of the finer Bollywood albums to come out in 2018. Did the Varun Dhawan starrer live up to expectations?
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.