2018 – Film Music Round Up + Playlist

  In the last 5 years, 2018 was easily the best when it came to film music. It was also the year in which the drip irrigation music release technique ('release one song when you want and let them wait for the album') was at its peak(?). At the time this post is getting baked, … Continue reading 2018 – Film Music Round Up + Playlist

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Laila Majnu 2018 – Music review

You can listen to the review of this album here. I apologise for the bad quality of sound, all my fault. This review appeared first on B.B.C. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p06jqmhp Do yourself a favour and explore Katyo chuko at every platform you can. Mohammed Muneem Niazi is a treasure. Loved the song. a bit. too. much. Pity … Continue reading Laila Majnu 2018 – Music review

2017 – Hindi film songs I liked (Playlist link embedded)

This post first appeared here - https://moifightclub.com/2017/12/24/rewind-2017-film-songs-moifightclub/ To quote Stephen Witt, Listening to hundreds of new releases a year could lead to a kind of jaded auditory cynicism. Last year, I wasn’t expecting a lot, and the year was fine. This year, I wasn’t expecting much yet some albums surprised me (Thank God I have always been … Continue reading 2017 – Hindi film songs I liked (Playlist link embedded)

Jab Harry met Sejal – Music review

Pasting the review that first appeared on moifightclub here. You can listen to my music review on B.B.C. link here. One of the things you have to do when you review film music is to review almost every film album, and when you summarize the year, you get a real picture of the music scene – … Continue reading Jab Harry met Sejal – Music review

Jab harry met Sejal – Music review

You can listen to the music review of this cracker of an album here - http://www.bbc.com/hindi/sport-40758195 After Rangoon, finally some good film music. If this blogpost could scream, it would scream out to the world how much i love this album. Pritam, there is no wear and tear I see when it comes to you … Continue reading Jab harry met Sejal – Music review