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Singles Roundup #66: Indie Pop, Rock, Techno and More 

We are back with our latest and greatest singles from up-and-coming artists as well as established acts. Get ready to discover some new music to add to your playlists!

1. Love Lost – Savera 

Mumbai-based singer/songwriter and composer Savera’s latest single ‘Love Lost’ is a haunting melody that takes the listener on a journey through the complex emotions of heartbreak. The singer’s powerful vocals, accompanied by the moody production, transport the audience to a dystopian world where two lovers yearn for each other. What’s impressive about this song is Savera’s ability to convey raw emotions through his lyrics and his voice.

2. Strawberry Pancakes- Shrae

Mumbai-based artist Shrae’s ‘Strawberry Pancakes’ is a moving and intimate portrayal of the artist’s struggle with chronic illness. The song takes the listener on a journey through Shrae’s emotions, with honest and vulnerable lyrics that are beautifully complemented by the melody. The genre-fluid nature of the song only adds to its depth, with elements of R&B, Blues, Neo Soul, and Jazz seamlessly blended together.

3. Koi Tumsa Nahi- Arunima Wali

Arunima Wali’s latest release, ‘Koi Tumsa Nahi’, is a delightful love song that is sure to make you smile. The song’s lyrics, composed by Arunima herself and co-written by Saurabh Tripathi, are beautifully crafted and convey the message of true love in a simple yet impactful manner.

4. Kahin Duur by Deepika Seth

Mumbai-based artist Deepika Seth’s debut single ‘Kahin Duur’ is a stunning piece of music that showcases the singer/songwriter’s talent as a vocalist and songwriter. The song was produced by Prabhan Shakya aka Imon. The song is a Sufi-esque ballad that takes listeners on a journey through an unfinished love story, seeking solace and closure in a dreamscape. 

5. Infinite Worlds- Hashbass feat. Warren Mendonsa

Mumbai-based artist Hashbass’ latest single ‘Infinite Worlds’ takes us on a nostalgic trip to the 80s, filled with pulsating synths and a wobbling bassline. The addition of Warren Mendonsa’s guitar solo adds an extra layer of upliftment to the already upbeat track. The track perfectly captures the feeling of being transported to a world of video game arcades, roller blades, and neon lights.

6. No Escape – Dualist Inquiry & Rudy Mukta

Dualist Inquiry is back with a surprising new release that showcases his ability to create fresh sounds and collaborate with up-and-coming artists. ‘No Escape’ is an infectious track that blends house and UK garage inspirations to create a playful, danceable tune that’ll have you moving in no time.

7. Blindfolds – Dharun

Dharun’s latest single ‘Blindfolds’ is a captivating journey into the unknown. The track’s Cocteau Twins meets Radiohead sound palette is expertly crafted with analog and digital arpeggios, creating a dreamlike atmosphere that allows the listener to fully immerse themselves in the music. Dharun’s vocals are a standout feature, with falsettos and choir-like backing vocals adding a lustrous and ethereal quality.

8. One Last Time – Anami

Bangalore-based artist Anami’s latest single ‘One Last Time’ is a poignant ode to the pain of goodbyes. With a simple yet beautiful melody, Anami captures the emotions of loss and longing in a way that is both authentic and relatable. The song’s production is also top-notch, thanks to Zubin Paul’s expert mixing and mastering. 

9. Melancholy of an Idle Mind – sub-Emerge 

‘Melancholy of an Idle Mind’ by sub-Emerge is a mesmerizing blend of house and techno that is sure to captivate fans of both genres. The track starts off with a hypnotic beat that sets the tone for the rest of the song. As it progresses, layers of intricate melodies and pulsating rhythms are introduced, creating a dynamic and immersive musical experience.

10. Last Chance To Go Home – DeepBlue Seasfeat. The Cheeseball Giant & Maahir 

DeepBlue Seas latest single “Last Chance To Go Home” featuring The Cheeseball Giant & Maahir is a heartfelt song about the human experience. The track starts with melancholic guitar chords and builds up with powerful drum beats played by The Cheeseball Giant. The song conveys the message of dealing with anxiety and loneliness. Maahir’s intense harmonies add depth and beauty to the song, making it a cohesive unit of the three artists’ talents.

11. Madly Raving Sphere- Jo Shy

Jo Shy’s latest release, “Madly Raving Sphere”, showcases his unique style and musical talents. The lyrics are thought-provoking and allow the listener to connect with the artist on a personal level. Brijesh’s vocals are smooth and soulful, adding a layer of emotion to the already impressive instrumentation. 

12. Sailo- Guns From Countryside 

Sikkim-based band Guns From Countryside’s latest single ‘Sailo’ is a gritty and raw track that showcases the band’s ability to create punchy rock n roll music that stays true to their roots. The song tells the story of a drunken man who cares little for social norms, and the lyrics capture this character’s spirit with a mix of Nepali and English language. The live recorded sound adds an element of raw energy to the music, and the few overdubs of guitar solos and vocals only enhance the powerful sound.

13. On My Own- Shibin Chrisby

Shibin Chrisby’s “On My Own” is a captivating and distinctively brilliant track that showcases the artist’s exceptional talent. The song possesses an impressive arrangement with a well-balanced blend of R&B and Soul elements, which allows both the vocals and instruments to shine harmoniously. 

14. Nom En Nenje by Chandar Karunakaran 

Chennai-based artist Chandar Karunakaran’s latest Tamil single, Nom En Nenje, is a captivating mix of sci-fi and romance, set in a dystopian future. The track’s haunting melody is complemented by Aswath G’s emotive vocals, which lend the song a sense of urgency and yearning. The music video, created using AI-Stable Diffusion, has a distinct comic book style that adds to the futuristic ambiance of the track.

15. Bikhra Dil- Siddhant Mishra

Mumbai-based artist Siddhant Mishra’s latest single, “Bikhra Dil,” is a heartfelt and introspective indie-pop song that captures the raw emotions of heartbreak. The track beautifully portrays the complex dynamics of a relationship where two people have never been on the same page emotionally.Simran Choudhary’s soulful voice adds an element of depth and vulnerability to the track. Her rustic vocals blend seamlessly with Siddhant’s smooth and soothing voice, making for a delightful listen. 

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