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
The overall production is quite slick; Khan might just be an artist waiting to be discovered by a bigger platform.
Musically and lyrically, Turaab Khan’s Grey harks back to the late ’90s, but not in a retro pop-reinventing-the-era kind of way
Meesha Shafi returns with two powerful numbers in the same week on two different platforms and channelling two different energies
Collaborating with talent from Balochistan who specialise in throat singing, Chaap Trance is likely to catch you off guard
Khumariyaan’s new track, Chaap Trance, is an experimental song that features Baloch ‘throat singing’
“It feels nice to finally be showcased because I’ve been showcasing artists my whole life," shared the Baby Baby singer
“It feels nice to finally be showcased because I’ve been showcasing artists my whole life, so it feels nice to have the tables
‘Tis the season for tributes to the legendary Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. The latest is an original qawwali paean to the master
Shamoon Ismail, Abdullah Siddiqui, Zoha Zuberi and Saba Jaswal are only a few of the names that have jumped on the bandwagon.
Both Zoha Zuberi’s Kyun Chal Diye and Saba Jaswal’s The One play up on that 1980s retro pop music vibe
The songs Karachi Chal and Karachi is Love have two completely different vibes, yet are both about a love for the city
Kashmir pays tribute to the late Munir Niazi in their ethereal, minimalist version of one of his most popular poems
With his recent releases Pagal and Nasha, Ali Noor shows there is no age limit to rebelling and having fun
The latest offering from the Lahooti Live Sessions is Muhinja Saathi, drawn from Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai’s poetry
The profoundly poignant Rabba marks Umair Jaswal’s evolution from an imitative rock persona to an artist willing to bare his soul