Led a lot more by lyrics than before, Strange Cities sees Arsh Sharma fuse electronica, dance-pop, synths and personal observations.
The record’s title my people are… neatly corresponds to the names of the 10 songs on the album
Sonically, the five-track EP offers nothing groundbreaking, and the first four tracks rely on the massive drops that blow your socks off, at least for the first couple of plays.
January ends with a bang as the Indian independent music scene bursts at the seams with exciting new releases. From...
Electronic music has never been about a singular sound or style, or an exclusionary underground ethic and the future looks great for bedroom producers.
Tropical Snowglobe (Side A), the title of the album and the album itself, are the perfect manifestation of contradictions and dichotomies.
Samrat Bharadwaj aka Audio Pervert makes stellar musical choices in Extinction. He is in complete control of the listener’s experience and their journey through this album.
Eashwar Subramanian's Across the Sea is a perfectly well rounded set of bold ideas.
With a crisp production, Ape Echoes' full length debut album is an immersive experience that doesn’t fail to impress
This week's best new tracks feature a lot of experimentation and a bit of heartfelt tunes by Moli, Yohaan Pissurlenkar, Midival Punditz and Rono.