Towers’ recent release Filhaal is an upbeat track addressed to a new love
Jaubi’s instrumental track Satanic Nafs is a heartbreakingly beautiful amalgam of South Asian classical with Western jazz
Banur’s Band is committed to showcasing indigenous music from Balochistan and has done so with its latest release 'Laili'.
Banur’s Band is committed to showcasing indigenous music from Balochistan and its latest release Laili, does so with ecstatic
The song showcases his progression as an artist and is worth putting on repeat.
Melancholic showcases Maanu’s progression as an artist and is worth putting on repeat
The song has a haunting, almost eerie, quality.
Saakin’s new release Intebah cautions against manipulation by electronic screens
Karakoram’s latest release, Bekhudi, is a traditional hard rock lament about the hypocrisies of life
The track is about the push-and-pull of toxic relationships.
Shamoon Ismail’s Cold World is about the push-and-pull of a lost relationship that still lives on in the mind
In Sar Buland, Ali Hamza talks about the importance of taking pride in the achievements of our girls
Sherry Khan’s Ego Driller sounds like just another rap song but the classical fusion gives it a fun spin...
Abdullah Siddiqui’s latest, Video Game, is an aural experiment that conveys the dissonance of the lyrics
The All Girl Band returns with the catchy and inventive Mera Nahin Hai, that also packs an emotional punch
Sajid & Zeeshan’s newest track, Keep Moving, is a soulful number about resilience
Abdullah Siddiqui and Aima Baig’s new song Be Myself is about the complex journey to self-acceptance
Hasan Raheem’s singing style is a bit cool, low-key, the opposite of loud.
Originally from Gilgit, Hasan Raheem has moved to Karachi to study to be a doctor. But music seems to be where his heart really
Mughal-e-Funk’s version of Amir Khusrau’s Sakal Ban Phool Rahi Sarson shines a spotlight on the instrumentation of the track as