Ratnang Singh – Falling From The Skies – Audio

Ratnang Singh is an Indian alt-folk creator.

Ratnang Singh

Ratnang Singh

Armed with a desire to create music and an impressive voice Ratnang Singh, who is heavily influenced by US southern folk, delivers songs which are doleful in countenance while possessing an intrinsic beauty in which the listener finds themselves spellbound.

The latest track to surface – Falling From The Skies echoes through the room in harmonic dreamy spires from which the audience can find solace.

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Socially Altered – Limbo – Single Review

The Indian introspective-electronica project Socially Altered was introduced last year.

Socially Altered - Limbo

Socially Altered

The newest track Limbo, due for release on the 21st of July on bandcamp, is a reflection of disturbed sleep patterns and on understanding the concept the discordant careening of electronics, instrumentation and vocal that surface in to the room, makes perfect sense, in what is an expressionist composition, though unlikely to hold the attention of those who like their music neatly aligned with a clear direction of travel.

The various elements slip in and out of alignment, clash with each other on timing and key as Limbo aurally depicts the nature of broken slumber.

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Trikome with Kosmikbloom – Untouchable – Audio

The Indian dark-wave pairing of Trikome and Kosmikbloom will be releasing the EP Fat Cat tomorrow.

Trikome with Kosmikbloom - Fat Cat - artwork

Trikome with Kosmikbloom – Fat Cat – artwork

Within the past few hours the first track to surface – Untouchable – was made available.

Untouchable is a trippy track that wraps up the listener in its moody electronic glitches and shaded vocal.

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