Tuesday April 11, 2017

Sakhavu (Music review), Malayalam – Prashant Pillai

Posted by Karthik

Madhumatiye is quite and earworm, with its reggae-meets-retro charm, and sung particularly well by Shreekumar Vakkiyil, with a distinct nasal twang that amps up the old-worldly feel, and Preeti Pillai. Bijibal and the chorus—and Anwar Ali’s word-play—ace the pulsating propaganda song Lokam ennum, while Udhichuyarnne picks up the pace steadily, amidst the street-theater style music, with lively singing by Sithara Krishnakumar and Vaikom Vijayalakshmi. Theyyum thindaka‘s hypnotic, intonation style tune is instantly catchy, along with the captivating folk percussion, brass and guitar fusion, though the baby is definitely not going to sleep with that short an Aarariro. Rich, thematic soundtrack.

Keywords: Sakhavu, Prashant Pillai

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  • 1 hindu

    Don’t apply such frightening pics at the top, the person at the top of this page don’t looks less than a terrorist, lol

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