Archive for June, 2016

Amaal Malik’s Kuch to hai is a simple tune, evoking classic waltz-style ballads, but in Armaan Malik’s vocals, it’s a good listen. Babli Haque’s sufi-tinged Jeena marna is largely predictable, but pleasant, in two versions, by Altamash Faridi, and the other by Palak Muchhal. Ankhiyaan, composed by Arjuna Harjai, is a pretty good melancholic Punjabi […]

Neeraj Shridhar offers a minor ray of hope for the stock dance tune in Nachange saari raat, while Meet Bros Anjjan dust their stock library once more for the title song. Meet Bros Anjjan’s last, Pagalon sa naach loses it completely, with its slapdash 90s style. Armaan Malik handles Jeet Ganguly’s 80s pop sensibility-laden Mujhko […]

Wednesday June 1, 2016 19:25

TE3N (Music review), Hindi – Clinton Cerejo

Haq hai, with its somber and deeply rich backgrounds plays out like a wonderfully desi’fied Praying For Time (George Michael – Listen Without Prejudice Vol.1, 1990). Clinton handles the vocals perfectly, while he’s superbly supported by the chorus. Rootha is a brilliant concoction! What is essentially a rousing pop tune gets several shades better thanks […]

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