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Review: 'Little Kid, Big Dreams' By AHMER x Sez On The Beat

Review: 'Little Kid, Big Dreams' By AHMER x Sez On The Beat

“For me, this is the most important record we have ever put out,'' remarked Azadi Records co-founder Uday Kapur at our listening session for AHMER’s debut album ‘Little Kid, Big Dreams’, made...

Review: 'O' By Tienas

Review: 'O' By Tienas

The term autobiography or memoir is typically anointed to works that encompass one's narrative past. Prabh Deep's 'Class-Sikh', for example, contextually framed the rapper's coming-of-age in the...

Review: '1011' By BK x Hashbass

Review: '1011' By BK x Hashbass

If there's one thing I dislike about lo-fi hip-hop, it's the genre's obsession with sampling speeches and dialogue from films. Of course, that's only my personal opinion, and just because I dislike...

Wild City Singled Out: May 2019

Wild City Singled Out: May 2019

Wild City handpicks the most interesting one-off singles released by artists in South Asia in our monthly feature - Singled Out. If you’d like us to listen to your music, send the relevant info to...

Review: ‘Joro’ By Gauley Bhai

Review: ‘Joro’ By Gauley Bhai

Without context, I would have put Gauley Bhai’s ‘Joro’ right next to Tinariwen and Imarhan in my imaginary library of records, mindlessly mistaking their infectious Nepali songs for Tuareg...

Review: 'Poetry Ceylon' By Ditty

Review: 'Poetry Ceylon' By Ditty

Using spoken word poetry in music can be a slippery slope. Ditty, however, employs the form with effortless grace and ease on her debut album 'Poetry Ceylon', released earlier this week with New...

Wild City Singled Out: April 2019

Wild City Singled Out: April 2019

Wild City handpicks the most interesting one-off singles released by artists in South Asia in our monthly feature - Singled Out. If you’d like us to listen to your music, send the relevant info to...

Review: ‘Half:2’ By Karv

Review: ‘Half:2’ By Karv

Looking at the developments in technology, robotics and Artificial Intelligence in recent years – and the fact that we now have a humanoid citizen in Saudi Arabia – it doesn't seem much of a...

A Brief Guide To Music Production Courses In India

A Brief Guide To Music Production Courses In India

While India developed a taste for electronic music decades ago, the infrastructures for training the next generation of producers remained underdeveloped until only recently. With the establishment of...

'I play jazz for fuck’s sake – it’s revolt music': Tarun Balani

'I play jazz for fuck’s sake – it’s revolt music': Tarun Balani

The reason Tarun Balani is a jazz drummer and composer ultimately boils down to a technical error. Roughly 14 years ago in New York City, technology reared its ugly head and inadvertently changed the...

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