With a deliberate emphasis on self-love, the song is about stories that "always inspire us & give us a purpose of joyful life".
The fusion works well, thanks to the Tabla and the jathis striking a nifty balance with the piano chords and rock counterparts
'Aas Paas Ye Doriyaan' is very much a bucolic Hindi folk song down to its very roots.
Indian fusion six-piece band Pakshee released a new single, 'Kosh' along with a video that revolves around three parallel storylines.
The debut effort from Anhad Khanna and Tanner Willeford spans over two years, straddles different time-zones and is another ornament in the electronic fusion mantle.
Jatayu, on the road promoting their EP Chango Tales open up about touring the North, their understanding of “fusion", and their approach to instrumental music.
Swarathma's rather hefty investment in time has paid off well in Raah E Fakira. It leaves us looking forward to the rest of the storytelling pieces in the offing.
'Nangooram' flits between jazz, trap, Carnatic, gospel, funk in heady six-plus minutes, that manages to squeeze every virtuosic drop out of each genre in equal parts.
Delhi-based Pakshee, a not so motley crew of young musicians, is a strong contender to join the impressive list of Indian fusion bands with its explosive debut album.
“My debut album Perspectives is an attempt to bring together a community of musicians, and their diverse musical sensibilities and work in a space that would allow them to explore their perspective and identity within the context of contemporary Hindustani Classical Music,” says Anirudh Varma