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Orphaned [Win Peace] – Subhrojyoti

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Singer-songwriter Subhrojyoti arrives from Pune, and shuffles smoothly between roots rock origins to jazzier variations on “Orphaned”. Not only as a songwriter, but as an instrumentalist too, Subhrojyoti’s pretensions on “Orphaned” indicate his musical skills on the instrumental arrangements contained therein, helped by a new wave-tinged pop production. While Subhrojyoti’s vocals have obvious limitations, they actually help the listener concentrate on the musician’s progressive rock inclinations when they take hold of the song. Subhrojyoti establishes a sound of laid-back shuffles and intricate, bluesy guitar playing.

Listen and Download the songs here: http://www.artistaloud.com/subhrojyoti

– Review by PARAG KAMANI.

Bhulaadiya [instrumental] – Sugarzzz featuring Ali Mustafa

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This is an instrumental version of “Bhulaadiya” by Sugarzzz – also known as Sweta Bhatt, who has origins in Gujarat but has, since, gone global [read Dubai] – featuring the talent of music composer Ali Mustafa. A variety of instruments and their variants are combined to create an excitable multitude of ever changing rhythms, tones, and pitches, that all fuse neatly into each other, resulting in a surprising instrumental plethora of sounds. Keyboards start the song off slowly, as percussion wriggles its way into the current sound that is heard, until there is a grand unison of sounds that turn soothing to the ears. Throughout the song, the tempos range from soft to intense to utterly surprising, making for some excellent musical culmination. This instrumental of “Bhulaadiya” is a fine excursion into the realm of new age music.

 

Listen and Download the songs here: http://www.artistaloud.com/sugarzzz

– Review by PARAG KAMANI.