The case of Akshath Acharya is a curious one, not because the dots don’t connect, but rather because there seems more than meets the eye.
The production on The Way Lovers Do is spotless, and Prateek Kuhad has grown leaps and bounds as a songwriter.
Demons is a self-professed project that sees Dhruv facing his fears, in a manner never attempted before.
Ballad-heavy albums like this one run the risk of becoming lyrically monotonous, but Osho Jain traverses that by constantly switching up his delivery and employing highly imaginative metaphors.
Jaimin’s collaborative ventures with multiple musicians bear fruits in birthing a record that utilizes a confluence of diverse musical elements.
A few Prateek Kuhasongs stay with you just a little longer after you listen to them.
Considering the huge number of creative ventures Aakash has been on, it becomes increasingly clear how each medium only acts as a vessel for a bigger vision of his self.
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