The latest in the indie music scene is the Kolkata-based electro-hip-hop act IYKU, and the duo has roped in Nikhita Gandhi for its debut single 'Maya'.
Ramesh's roots in Carnatic music and her knack for blending it with blues and jazz shines brightly in this glossy new track.
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.
As far as rebellion goes, 'Where the Money Flows' is nothing short of one of the boldest statements the band has made to date.
The 8-track album showcases Visvanath's dexterity on the acoustic guitar and his songwriting delves into introspection while using an overall acoustic pop sound as a clutch rather than a crutch.
The Tekina Collab is a collaborative musical effort spearheaded by Aniket Mangrulkarm who plays the keys.
'Crawling' is the quintessential indie rock song with moody, soulful guitars and unassuming percussions.
A bit of alternative rock and rap to close the weekend with this week's Currents, featuring The Backyard Shrooms, Mizuchi, Naalayak and more.
Moongphali's debut Charchebaazi reaches straight down the middle of the road for the widest possible appeal with safe and crowd-pleasing bangers.
In conversation with Paloma and Adil, whose debut EP 'Alonely' hit the stores earlier this year.