You can listen to my review of the music of Rocky Handsome on B.B.C. here - http://www.bbc.com/hindi/multimedia/2016/03/160318_bbc_music_review_rs Bombay rockers are back but the rest of album leaves a lot to be desired.
This review was first featured here - https://www.thequint.com/entertainment/2016/02/10/review-the-music-of-neerja-is-disarmingly-good I am a big fan of the music of Ram Madhvani’s Let’s Talk. Back in 2002, when people were coming to terms with fusion music, Ram delivered fused genres in this album with thumri-sque melody and funk in equal measure. The film of course had good scope … Continue reading Music review – Neerja
Easily the most anticipated film of the year, Talvar will hit the screens October 2. Last year it was Haider that appeared on the same date. Here are the full artist credits, the music is out on iTunes. You can stream all the songs for free here Thank you @NotsoSnob and Junglee pictures for the … Continue reading Talvar – artist credits (full)
It's been a while since I have put anything on this blog. To those 2 people who read my posts here, happy to inform that I have been asked by BBC guys to do some audio music reviews for them. Have pasted the links below for some review which I have already done for them. … Continue reading BBC music reviews
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
Tere mere beech is a breath of fresh air largely due to the singing of Sunidhi Chauhan and Mohit Chauhan. The use of brass bands is always a welcome and in the 'not so party' song like this, the use of the same is clever! The arrangement is just right and the excellent use of … Continue reading Shuddh Desi Romaaaaaaaaaaaans – Music review
With the O.S.T. of some films 'celebrating 100 years of cinema' hooked and cooked with, here comes an unashamedly party album that is not confused about it's identity and presentation. Slowley Slowley - Heavy bass arrangements and a ‘phunk' start scream ‘party song’ right from the word go! The atmosphere is created superbly within the … Continue reading Go Goa Gone – Music review