The young bedroom pop artist, Sunflower Tape Machine fuses endearing songwriting with ‘80s-coloured goggles in Sophomore Sweetheart.
More Love by Trance Effect has a sound that is very rooted in the blooming, danceable pop tradition that has swept mainstream international music in the last few years.
On their second record and first full-length album Udne Do, Chaar Hazaari toe the line as much as they also push the boundaries ever so slightly.
The kaleidoscopic record is a self-contained mirror to the hodge-podge of current times, while radiating her confidence as an artist and up-and-coming producer. Watch out world, because Mali has arrived.
Not Done Trying is both a contemporary sonic journey crafted with gadgets as well as organic emotions transferred through a guitar and a mic.
Once Upon a Blue Moon is a catalogue of dreamy, heavily produced lo-fi tracks that set the tone with every note.
The newly-minted duo No Home releases their debut EP Mind Games full of sparkly jingle-jangle.
Tejas continues to widen the contours of indie-pop, all the while emphasizing that the best artistry is a recipe, not a formula.
Timeship's Intellectual follows the story of an egomaniac who spends all his time talking about himself in a desperate attempt to climb to the top of the social ladder.
The simple strumming and honeyed harmonies work perfectly to envelop the listener in a refuge of soft pop.