Euphony is incredibly cohesive and consistent but at the same time takes a lot of pride in its subtlety.
The album is a perfect blend of soaring pop rock with just a sprinkle of disco and gut-burstingly hilarious, with one-liners littered all over.
Rooh is the inevitable addition to Aswekeepsearching's discography that has been watertight since its inception and will definitely be instrumental in lifting the veil of what lies ahead in Indian music for years to come.
While this is unmistakably a Blackstratblues album, the guitar's imposing presence becomes a burden, one that might have been offset a little had there been a few more significant features.
Iyer's Filter Coffee's debut full length project, Is This How You Do It, is perhaps one of the most drastic leaps in artistic achievement in recent memory.
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.
Revisiting the songs from Still As You, which married dreamy electronica with their rock roots, allowed the Kochi four-piece Black Letters to get back to basics.
108 Pilgrim's 'Time And Again' chronicles a narrative through the city’s crazed pollution and chaos.
Angad Berar captains a trip down his memories of the beaches of Goa on his debut effort 'Elephants on the Beach'.
Three years in the making, Black Letters' delivers plenty of surprises on the musical front