Archive for October, 2018

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Sunday October 28, 2018 07:01

Milliblog Weeklies – OCT28.2018

Milliblog Weeklies – India’s only multilingual, weekly new music playlist. Week 45: On Apple Music | On Saavn | On YouTube 26 songs this week. Apple Music and Saavn have 24, and are missing Panimathiye from Vallikudilile Vellakkaran and Kala Shah Kala from Jindari, both of which, the music labels have made available only on […]

Season 11 of Coke Studio Pakistan was rather middling and disappointing. It was telling that the 5-episode music travelogue, Coke Studio Explorer, that acted as a prelude to the new season was actually more consistent in quality than the actual season itself. So, I’ve added songs from Coke Studio Explorer too to arrive at my […]

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Saturday October 20, 2018 10:28

Milliblog Weeklies – OCT21.2018

Milliblog Weeklies – India’s only multilingual, weekly new music playlist. Week 44: On Apple Music | On Saavn | On YouTube 19 songs, this week, after a break! The good news is that YouTube has all 19 songs! Saavn and Apple Music have 12 each – they are missing the 4 songs from Coke Studio […]

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Tuesday October 16, 2018 15:20

Oh No, They Remixed Urvashi Urvashi Too?

Remixes in Hindi film music rake up mega numbers online. They are also much derided and have people wondering which favorite of theirs will be remixed next, with fear. So do remixes have a point? Read the post on Filmcompanion.

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Friday October 5, 2018 21:34

Milliblog Weeklies – OCT07.2018

Milliblog Weeklies – India’s only multilingual, weekly new music playlist. Week 43: On Apple Music | On Saavn | On YouTube 47 songs this week. And Saavn has 44 of them and is missing the Coke Studio song, Mandharam’s Pulari Mazhakal in Malayalam and Villain’s Shundori Komola in Bengali! Apple Music is missing the Coke […]

Mummy Ki Parchai is way too familiar Amit. That and the forced lyrics pull it down. However, Yaadon Ki Almari sells nostalgia beautifully, including that cute diversion into O.P.Nayyar’s Lakhon Hain and Palomi’s expressive singing. Her Ruk Ruk remix (by Raghav) is cringe-inducing, though. But Palomi’s Khoya Ujaala (by Daniel B.George) is a great listen, […]

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