Friday October 7, 2016

Kaashmora (Music review), Tamil – Santhosh Narayanan

Posted by Karthik

Dhikku dhikku has a flamboyant and flashy sound, with some 80s funk thrown in for good measure. Lalithanand invokes everything from Twitter trends, Nayakan’s iconic dialog to Periyar! The booming sound continues in Jagadhammaa that Ananthu delivers with amazing impact. The song is obviously visual-led, with a pulsating edakkai sound accompanying it constantly. Thakida thakida, the 3rd in the series of grandly arranged songs, comes fabulously alive with wailing electric guitars and punchy drums. Kalpana Raghavendar’s deliberate diction goes perfectly with the ambient, carnatic-fusion sound of Oyaa oyaa. Santhosh’s music for Kaashmora is completely in-sync with the film’s larger-than-life vision.

Keywords: Kaashmora, Santhosh Narayanan

Listen to the songs on YouTube:

Listen to the songs on Saavn:
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  • kadalamittai

    Jagadhammaa sounds thrilling but i couldn’t see some shades of “Vikram Vikram naan vetri petravanga” just feeling not the song. Great Album.
    Just my feeling

  • Chuttan

    For ur knowledge, hindi album shivaay has also released!!

  • Chuttan

    It seems that a very common trend in b’wood of multi-composers in an album is not much in-fashion in regional cinemas!!

    • Anonymous

      It should remain that way too

      • Chuttan

        I was just pointing it out, the trend followed in different levels of cinema, quite contrary!!

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