The music industry seems to be turning out into a ground for not only the big league composers and it is proved by the newbie, Prem Kumar. He has brought in the freshness of the 90’s in his songs with effective treatment and can be expected to fetch a great name in the immediate future.
A voice so powerful, you are spellbound instantly, lyrics that have you interested from the start, a first rate back up band that enhances the magic of every score – You Just Watch Me is everything you expect from a voice as classic as Rosemary Butler, and a bit more. This is an amalgam of all the experience she has gained through years of back up singing and performing alongside greats like Ray Charles, Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, Carole King, Bonnie Raitt, James Taylor and many more.
After consecutive album hits from his stable , C.Sathya proves to be a real hero with this movie. He has experimented with the arrangements and played the game with his music programming acts perfectly. Also the lyrics are quite refreshing and pronounced well with no misspell. He has turned like “Ivan Vera Mathiri” with these songs.
Superstar Rajinikanth’s “Kochadiyaan” , a much awaited film for the past one or two years has seen the day in the form of single released on Oct 7thand the 3-D animation is directed by our Thalaivar’s daughter ,Soundarya Ashwin Rajnikanth. You can very well expect a masti-mass intro song ,when it is Rajnikanth-A.R.Rahman-SPB combo and it is titled ‘Engae Pogudho Vaanam’ with the lyrics penned by Vairamuthu. Essence of the song is strongly felt in the following lines.
After Bittersweet, the hot mess of a track that was a part of Twilight: Breaking Dawn, Part 2 Original Soundtrack, Goulding hits it off in another “epic” saga OST with Mirror. While I’m yet to watch Catching Fire, the film adaptation of the second part of the The Hunger Games series… this track, a part of the OST released on November 19th, 2013, feels like it carries a tiny part of the film’s soul. From the ethereal background melody in the beginning to Goulding’s vocals that feel like a splash of cold water until the fiery, resolute chorus steals the show, Mirror gave me the chills.
Excited to catch this vibrant, young talent live in action? SubCulture, a new underground music and performing arts venue in NYC, will be featuring the amazing folk singer/songwriter, Mindy Smith! She will be playing back-to-back shows at the intimate space on Friday, November 22nd at 7:30PM and 10:00PM with just an acoustic guitar! Come experience Mindy and her music the way it’s meant to be experienced; stripped down, acoustic, and intimate at SubCulture!
I began learning Carnatic music when I was three (It was sort of a rule to learn music in our household really). But at that point, I just wanted to play and have a good time with the other kids! So I would chill with them most of the time. But my family is also quite into music
At first instance itself, one could sense the grandeur of the track. This theme music is sure to deliver goosebumps to the listeners & elevate the movie to much higher scale. The theme music is layered with horns, period drums, extended choir section etc. Even though it has some resemblance to the ‘Braveheart’ pieces, this theme music is definitely a winner. The closing segment of the track is really impressive.
This is an addictive song ! ‘Saree Ke Fall Sa’ is a folksy-peppy number with an interesting hook which works big time.The singers,Antara Mitra and Nakash Aziz have had a blast while singing this.The peculiar arrangements work and the interludes are foot-tapping.The choreography steals the show precisely with some trademark Prabhudeva touches and this one’s going to work big time.
Drawing from rock, blues, folk, and a little bit of country, Greg Foresman delivers one unique sound to his audiences. He joined Martina McBride's touring band in 1997 while still keeping his own identity as a guitarist, often playing at the popular Indianapolis bar, The Slippery Noodle.