Author: Shreya Bose

India Music Reviews: March 2020

Someone Else’s Arms (Rivita) Sad songs make for great debuts. US-based singer-songwriter-producer Rivita sings a charming ditty about losing love, and it is equal parts profound and endearing. There’s not

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Interview with Amogh Symphony

Interview with Amogh Symphony

Depending on the album or track, you could transpose the music of Amogh Symphony to a rock opera, a New French Extremity film or a meditation tape for headbangers. Avant-garde

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aswekeepsearching in four songs

aswekeepsearching in four songs

As the band that made “Hindi post-rock” a thing that actually exists, aswekeepsearching are not strangers to being talked about. There are enough interviews and analyses to lay bare their

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Parvaaz in four songs!

Parvaaz in four songs

A few years after listening to Parvaaz, one comes upon many metaphors to describe their music. If one is feeling particularly heartbroken, their discography can appear as a repertoire of

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Ankur Tewari in four songs!

In the auspices of all things Indian and indie, Ankur Tewari is unmissable. His saccharine croonings on the nature of personal loss and equally personal delight have become road signs

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Indie Music Reviews: January 2019

Indie Music Reviews: January 2019

Antahkarana (Nkshtra): A shorn, elegantly crinkled bassline can carry a track on it’s own weight, and Divyesh Gholap AKA Nkshtra is distinctly aware of this. Antahkarana provides the perfect soundtrack

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5 best covers of 2018

5 best covers of 2018

Covers are an interesting business. Superficially, they are a tribute to an artist and their work. The performer expresses open adoration, but no cover is worth the exertion if the

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