The video for the Hindi track, released last week, captures an elderly lady under lockdown, watching and engaging with two boys in her apartment who are busy playing. Says Nikhil, “The concept is by Ruhi More (who also directed the video) who has been staying with her grandmother during the lockdown. The video shot during lockdown, incidentally, features her own grandmother and the two boys who live in her building. … [Read more...] about Nikhil D’Souza’s latest twin-track EP is all about learning from children on how to be more tolerant
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The video teaser single released by electric violinist and vocalist L. Shenkar promises to be mind-blowing with visual effects raising the music to a new level. Lockdown notwithstanding, the first week of May saw Shenkar debuting a new single and video from his star-studded new album, ‘Chepleeri Dream.’ The single, ‘In My Heart,’ has the virtuoso composing the song, playing the double-violin, singing and playing the keyboards. The song’s meditative pace sets the perfect vibe for Shenkar’s mantra-like lyrics and melody, taking the listeners on a spiritual journey. … [Read more...] about L. Shenkar’s latest is richly meditative
Google has also questioned the methodology used for the rightsholders’ research, noting that people searched for “carly rae jepsen call me maybe” 16 times more often than “carly rae jepsen call me maybe mp3” on Google. Its view: many more people are using more general queries for music – and finding lots of legal links at the top of the results – than the more specific ones with “mp3” appended. … [Read more...] about Why is the music industry so cross with Google?
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We can't talk about new music without talking about Mother Monster's return to the pantheon of dance-pop with Chromatica. While the entire album is certainly worth a listen, her duet with none other that Sir Elton John on "Sine From Above" deserves a couple spins on its own. Not taking the route of a piano ballad as many expected, Gaga & John soar through an EDM-laced landscape, praising music as if it were their own deity. It's catchy, it's powerful, and it shows through example what happens when you put two icons on a track together. … [Read more...] about First Out: New Music From Orville Peck, Keiynan Lonsdale, Blimes and Gab & More