Posts Tagged ‘Joshua Sridhar

Saturday January 1, 2011 11:30

Veppam (Music review), Tamil – Joshua Sridhar

Minnala pudikkara seems more like something from Harris’ repertoire, but when he was really sleepy, while Raani naan is indescribably ordinary! The short title song is well composed, with good lyrics and a pulsating tune. With shades of popular hip-hop sounds and a sedately pleasant tune, Karthik and Sricharan’s Katril eeram makes an impact. But, […]

Danthada bombena has everything going for it – a instantly catchy, perfectly arranged pop’ish tune and Karthik’s dependable vocals, while Tunta tunti, with its toned down sound works better than the remix’ish title song. But, Illeana is run-of-the-mill and falls flat, however much Joshua tries to build into it with rap bits and enticing sounds. […]

Aadona stepsu is suitably groovy – standard tune, but those retro-styled arrangements work, while Bengaluru galligela is straight out of Manisharma’s massy repertoire – folksy, catchy hook saves it. Bul bul has Joshua’s unique sound – and he excels in home turf! Devareno neenu, however, goes repetitively overboard with his signature style. Kokkoko is a […]

The composer joins Sayonara in his usually styled techno title song – groovy tune with catchy hooks! Hosadondu hesaru too is pretty neat, with pleasant reggae influences and excellent vocals by Karthik and Shwetha. Joshua reworks his Appavi number, Vaada vinmele adequately in the item number Aaja nachre, while Karthik’s haunting techno-melody Naanu eega is […]

Monday October 26, 2009 15:36

Music review: Appavi (Tamil – Joshua Sridhar)

Vaada vinmele is just the kind of brisk, rabble-rousing intro song any young Tamil hero would want – catchy to the hilt, particularly that ‘Netru enbadhoru’ phrase. The composer promptly falters with a rather sedentary Eechalakka and a noisy Edu edu vaalai. Some semblance of music returns with Krish’s Yaaro, with generous traces of Joshua’s […]

Ondondu storygu and Tangali tandeya finds Joshu rehashing his Kalloori sound fairly well and the same goes for Minchi, where the composer’s debut, Kaadhal resurfaces. Romeogalige is a terrible combination of silly, disjoint backgrounds and horrendous tune. Karthik and Benny do a great job in the melodious Yaaro kooda even as the composer supports it […]

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