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Nw: #ReviewRundown: September 2021

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Our verdict on basically the most up-to-date releases from Slyck Twoshadez, Yawar Abdal, Compass Box Track and more

Anurag Tagat Oct 07, 2021 )

)Diverse Artists – Compass Box Track: Unboxed, Vol. 3

★★★½

The merry folk of Ahmedabad’s Compass Box Track – a studio and imprint – be pleased attracted indie artists new, fundamental and seasoned alike to their metropolis for periods. Producer-bassist Raag Sethi, guitarist Chirag Todi, violinist-vocalist and producer Protyay Chakraborty, vocalist Meera Desai, drummers Shivang Kapadia and Jyotirmay Menon are amongst several musicians sculpting a jazz-informed, genre-fluid sound for Sanjeeta Bhattacharya‘s Spanish (and Bulgarian) exquisiteness on “Pensarte.” The reputedly in-house band Time Gleaming be pleased a wordless prog ingress (“No one Fits”) and Aariz Saiyed’s folksy like fable (“Baarish”). Bengaluru singer-songwriter Abhi Tambe’s melancholic, anecdotal philosophizing is poignant with Desai’s vocalizing and Chakraborty’s violin on “We Shall Come.” With this compilation, Compass Box Track’s sign is evident even though it is miles delicate and simple, treasure on “Karvan” by Vaibhav Naik and Munaf Luhar’s “Sarfira.”

Yawar Abdal – Aabad

★★★½ Srinagar-bred Yawar Abdal minimize his teeth within the Pune song scene a few years within the past – even discovering a worthy ally in Mohammed Muneem from Alif – and his scramble from singer-songwriter to grandiose rock auteur comes via emphatically on his debut album Aabad. Working with producers treasure Bhushan Chitnis, Anurag Sawangikar and Swatantra Sarode, there are eight tracks of Kashmiri rock all over moods. Whether it’s mischievous (“Kalakar”), resilient (“Jaan Baaki Hai”), pained (“Aabad”) or soul-procuring (“Mein Kaun Hoon”). Abdal ramps up incendiary rock for the accusatory affirmation of issues on “Siyasat,” the riffs ringing loud and sure, whereas “Visaal E Yaar” swells and drops, with rabab by Sufiyan Malik. Aabad strikes house Abdal’s penchant for telling Kashmir’s tales via enviornment-ready rock and we definitely hope we explore more of him at a nearby festival stage.

Eternal Rust – I Died Right here EP

★★★½ One-man doom steel band Eternal Rust – originating in India and now in Canada – transports us to the frigid, lonesome nights someplace within the northern hemisphere on his new EP I Died Right here . Aided by the ready production thoughts of Vishal J. Singh, the EP gathers 26 minutes of churning, forlorn funeral doom. The gap title song is eerie and intense, whereas “A Run By Our Graves” brings inevitable more of the artist’s growled declarations about desolation to the entrance. “Where Iron Rusts” trudges on with its roomy drum work and fuzzy riffs, even offering a stomping, psychedelic beatdown. All in all, I Died Right here will delight doom followers, attributable to it’s slack and low.

Slyck Twoshadez – Umreeki

★★★★

Indo-American hip-hop artist Slyck Twoshadez aka Prashant Verma has been repping Hindi and English rap since 2006, so it’s intellectual to claim he’s wandered a long way forward of several of his ilk. Launching his hold imprint Kalakaari and occasionally pushing hip-hop in India, Slyck stays with out extinguish hungry even when he steps in entrance of the mic. His most up-to-date album Umreeki is set his dual identification and the contrivance hip-hop has formed him – from being an entrepreneur (“CEO,” “Money”) to discovering friends (“Road Hop” with MCs Rocky Gorkhali and Imperfect Ninja). There’s a straight banger with “Saanp aur Ghaas” that comprises NoNation, whereas swerving beats populate “Sukoon.” There’s some familiarity that sets in on songs treasure “Clout,” but Slyck shakes it off as he will get into pop/hip-hop loverboy mode on “Defend Your Hand” and rages at lethal crawl on “Sikhe Hum Se.” Even 15 years within the game, Slyck remains sure to no longer sleep thus a long way by strategy of creating wavy, entice-informed hip-hop on Umreeki and there’s clearly no learning curve he can’t conquer.

StereoSiddharth – Dreary Jam EP ★★★ Mumbai multi-instrumentalist producer Siddharth Sharma aka StereoSiddharth has been dabbling in IDM, pop, funk and more alongside with his releases but his new EP Dreary Jam

aptly sees him explore the guitar-informed lo-fi hip-hop website online. It’s reverb-heavy, groovy, easy listening song and it’s reasonably inevitable the more or less sonic palette you would possibly possibly per chance per chance possibly’t secure 22 situation up for disappointment, most instances. “Leisurely Night time Beat” eases the listener in to StereoSiddharth’s world whereas “Raindrops On The Window” glistens in its guitar work and a habitual, swirling synth motif. “Distant Memory” sets up more delight with heavy-footed synth and offers an indispensable sound. The closing song “Warped” is punctuated by swathes of distortion and a horn share, Sharma juxtaposing it with established chill sounds. It’ll pique someone’s curiosity, even supposing it’s short. Dreary Jam might possibly per chance simply preserve pleasure in some chill-hop cliches, but Sharma does let the experimental aspect shine as effectively, making it a file worthy of a few repeats.

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