Welcome Home is the kind of instrumental music you put on to feel at ease and maybe even escape.
The ease with which Saptak Chatterjee jumps from one melodious strain to another shows he really doesn’t have anything to prove to anyone on Aaina.
It’s well understood that the pandemic pushed open the gates for an all too familiar theme of upliftment, hope, and...
Lotus bloom like never on Dear Diary and although it’s only 25 minutes, the journey is revelatory for fans of post-rock, prog and alt-rock.
Tropical Snowglobe (Side A), the title of the album and the album itself, are the perfect manifestation of contradictions and dichotomies.
With this album, much like with the rest of their work, Begum is very transparent about leaving things open to interpretation.
Astray is not just an album, it is a strong statement of hope, a definite yet defiant scream into the dark corners that an overactive mind wanders off to.
Although 24 minutes shouldn’t feel like laborious listening time, Pages Of My Memory does veer into that territory at times, but Curtains thankfully make up for it by the end.