Now an Indian household name, Sid Sriram, is returning to the indie scene with the Saavn Original 'It Isn't True'.
Four Light Years From Home is a heartwarming instrumental record with more interesting ideas than we can keep track of. The album is focussed, with multiple motifs and themes recurring throughout, thus tying it all into a single unit.
Kabeer aka Oaf's opening synths for 'For A While' cement a very atmospheric landscape and one can almost see a terrain painted in greys and blues from the get-go.
The main selling point of Amrit Rao and The Madrascals' 'Baemaani' is the clever and hilarious lyricism brought to us by Amrit Rao. Even while handling topics that are decidedly mundane, the lyrical presentation is extremely innovative and fresh.
Blakc's latest offering, the 'Consequence of Feeling' works primarily because of the emotional terrains it manages to cover.
After a bevy of singles, Shillong-based Blue Temptation delivers a strong debut with 'Tempted'.
Daira's latest album is a nihilistic and self-destructive meditation on the human condition from start to finish filled with wild, unpredictable instrumentation.