Qaidi Band – Music review (Audio link)

What a lazy album that borders on cringeworthy and familiar cringeworthy effort. You can listen to my music review of this horrible effort by such talented team here http://www.bbc.com/hindi/media-40902523

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Music review – Fitoor

This review appeared first here - http://www.thequint.com/entertainment/2016/01/20/music-review-fitoor-sounds-above-average-at-best You can listen to the music review here - http://www.bbc.com/hindi/multimedia/2016/01/160129_music_review_vm.shtml Once the ‘it’ kid on the Bollywood music scene, Amit Trivedi has matured rather well, thanks to some soulful melodies and a refreshing presentation through varied genres. Every project of his is welcomed by music lovers almost the … Continue reading Music review – Fitoor

Guddu Rangeela – Music review

After Bombay Velvet, Amit trivedi is back with a rather enjoyable album. The sound of the cheeky 'mata ka email' is  crude yet adorable largely due to the lyrics. In sooiyan, we will hear Amit Trivedi going the 'typical bollywood song' way which is a relief as it shows he is also human! The title … Continue reading Guddu Rangeela – Music review

Queen – Music Review

An abridged version of the review first appeared here http://www.timeoutmumbai.net/music/cd-review/album-review-queen Amit Trivedi teams up with the lyricst Anvita Dutt to give us the music of Phantom films’ Kangna Ranaut - Raj Kumar Rao starrer Queen. True to the film’s theme, London Thumakda starts in Punajbi celebration mood and Labh janjua doesn’t miss a single beat … Continue reading Queen – Music Review

2013 Hindi film music – Vanishing traditional touch?

This year amidst the barrage of pre tuned item numbers, there was a lot of good music that made it’s way to our ears cutting out all the noise. The year started on a good note with films like Matru ki bijlee ka mandola and Kai po che that had a good mix of folk and … Continue reading 2013 Hindi film music – Vanishing traditional touch?

Ghanchakkar – Music review

Staying close to the premise of the film is not something most music composers know in our lovely industry. Recently though, Music albums of Go Goa Gone and few others have successfully wrapped themselves around the feel of the film and boy were they good! Amit Trivedi’s latest offering - Ghanchakkar joins the league of … Continue reading Ghanchakkar – Music review