• Sun, May 9, 2021
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Album Gig

Abdon Mech Hits All The Right Notes

His debut EP ‘From A Bamboo Room’ features certified sentimental bangers

album Apr 28, 2021

By Madhusudan Raman  

Shalmali Misunderstands Independent Music A Bit On Her New EP

‘2X Side A’ seems to be case of an artist focusing a lot on the workings of the 'sound' of indie

album Apr 26, 2021

 

Flint Knife Murder Infuses Culture Into Their Brutal And Excellent New EP

‘Aadi Rakshas’ combines inspiration from folk tales with bruising metal riffage

album Apr 19, 2021

By Madhusudan Raman  

Mali - Caution To The Wind Album Review

The singer-songwriter goes for a shorter but well-packaged approach on her debut full-length

album Apr 10, 2021

By Madhusudan Raman  

Rock Quartet Silver Synthetic Combine Past And Present On Debut Album

While there is pedigree behind the self-titled effort, there is also some great writing

album Apr 09, 2021

By Madhusudan Raman  

Apoorva Krishna Shows Her Pedigree On New Album

‘Intuition’ shows her obvious talent on the violin in a range of contexts

album Mar 19, 2021

By Madhusudan Raman  

Friends From Moon Is Excitingly Cinematic On Debut EP

‘The Spectator’ goes from epic to Disney to skull-crushing prog metal with incredible smoothness and a real sense of theater

album Mar 09, 2021

By Madhusudan Raman  

Indore Producer x_p Excels On Vibrant New EP

‘Lost’ features three tracks of wonderfully put together electronic music

album Mar 01, 2021

By Madhusudan Raman  

Sidharth Nair Writes Quiet And Lowkey Pop On Debut

‘In My Void’ borders on the melodramatic, but who’s complaining?

album Feb 18, 2021

By Madhusudan Raman  

Fuzzculture Contrasts Elaborate Arrangements With Accessibility

The Mumbai artist’s new EP ‘Strange Cities’ puts a whole plethora of sounds into songs that hide some of that intricacy behind strong hooks

album Jan 19, 2021

By Madhusudan Raman  

The New Demonstealer EP Is Necessary

‘And This Too Shall Pass’ isn’t afraid to be itself

album Dec 13, 2020

By Madhusudan Raman  

February 31st Dips Into Meditative Post-Rock On Fine New EP

There is a bit of versatility on ‘From A Room’, but as a mood piece, it’s a treat

album Dec 08, 2020

By Madhusudan Raman  

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