Hasan Raheem’s latest independent release, Weli Ho, a collaboration between him, Talha Anjum and Abdullah Kasumbi, explores...
Meesha Shafi’s Rajkumari pays homage to the queens of the world on Women’s Day while Moaziz Sarif shows a glimpse of the...
Budding rap artists Young Stunners exhibit a more mature sound with their latest moody number Why
Towers does not disappoint with their latest release, Shola. This fun, electropop number furthers the band’s eclectic acoustic...
Both songs aren't bad but they aren't terribly memorable either.
Both Sun Le Na by Hasan Raheem and Shaam by Talal Qureshi, Maanu, Mujju and Towers are underwhelming and could use a bit more of..
While Eva B’s latest single has good lyrics it isn't memorable; Rushk’s is a reminder that rock is not yet entirely dead.
Eva B’s latest single Khushnawees has good lyrics but is not memorable, while Rushk’s trippy Naaqis is a reminder that rock is...
Danyal Zafar’s latest song, Chad Gayi, is all about letting loose and having fun
In Alhamdolillah, Adil Omar is happy and grateful for where he is in life
The singer hasn't produced a masterpiece just yet but she's well on her way.
Risham Faiz Bhutta shows off her vocal talents in her latest moody releases, Sitaray and Khushbu...
The frontman for Karachi-based indie rock band Sikandar Ka Mandar released a music video for his latest solo track last week.
In Atomy Event, Nadir Shahzad Khan wants to show that before helping others, we need to learn to love ourselves
He and Hasan Raheem have collaborated on a song that's not terribly unique. A better listen in Raheem's 'Adjust'.
Shamoon Ismail and Hasan Raheem’s collaboration Faasla is not terribly unique. A better listen is Raheem’s own Adjust
Noori releases a deeply evocative video of their iconic song Bol, 18 years after it was first released
'Woh Bhi Kya Din Thay' works on ’90s nostalgia while Maanu’s lovey dovey offering 'Close 2 U' is so sweet it'll give you diabetes.
Hassaan Bin Shaheen’s and Arhum Sameed’s collaboration Woh Bhi Kya Din Thay works on ’90s nostalgia while Maanu’s lovey dovey...
A collaboration between Atif Aslam, Faris Shafi and Talal Qureshi, the song is an invitation to play cricket at home in Pakistan.