A bit of alternative rock and rap to close the weekend with this week's Currents, featuring The Backyard Shrooms, Mizuchi, Naalayak and more.
As far as rebellion goes, 'Where the Money Flows' is nothing short of one of the boldest statements the band has made to date.
'Crawling' is the quintessential indie rock song with moody, soulful guitars and unassuming percussions.
The Koli folk composition by Chintamani and video is a part of a project called ‘Pehli Pehel’ by the group Zubaan Music.
Temsu Clover's 'Confessions of a Bipolar Mind' is a gentle reminder that it is okay to not be okay.
Moongphali's debut Charchebaazi reaches straight down the middle of the road for the widest possible appeal with safe and crowd-pleasing bangers.
Singer-songwriter Hriday Gattani talks about the importance of acknowledging the fourth wall, or lack thereof when planning content for live shows.
Gully Gang Cypher is nothing short of a bold, aggressive and in your face set of fiery verses over beats pulled straight from 90s hip hop with grimy percussions and trumpety synths.
The Tekina Collab is a collaborative musical effort spearheaded by Aniket Mangrulkarm who plays the keys.