#HGMusic: Listen To New Releases From Melythm, D $oul, & More

The Homegrown Music Round-Up
The Homegrown Music Round-UpL: Melythm R: Tejas

Welcome to Homegrown's New Music Round-Up, the ultimate destination for discovering the week's hottest releases across all genres. Each week, we curate a handpicked and homegrown selection of fresh sounds. This week features English pop, Math rock and much more.

Museum by Tejas

In his latest EP Museum, Mumbai-based singer-songwriter Tejas delves into a deeply personal exploration of loss, redemption, and identity. Inspired by narratives like The Lion King and Hamlet, as well as his own experiences and relationship with his late father, Tejas crafts a poignant and introspective collection of songs. Blending English pop with classical Indian instrumentation, Museum serves as a platform for Tejas to reconcile with memories of his father and delve into his identity as an Indian and immigrant.

Listen to the title track of the EP below.

Ansuna by Gini

Gini, a 17-year-old self-taught singer-songwriter and poet, captures listeners with her warm, tender voice and lyrical prowess in her new track under Molfa music. Ansuna, written right after Gini completed her high school exams, reflects her introspective storytelling style, drawing inspiration from nature and personal experiences. The song's simplicity, accompanied by a muted guitar, delves deep into themes of self-discovery and the beauty found in everyday moments. Directed by Supreet Kaur, the music video complements the song's essence, showcasing the harmony between nature's elements and Gini's emotive vocals, creating an immersive experience that celebrates the ordinary as extraordinary.

Watch it below.

Headache by D $oul

Rapper and singer-songwriter D $oul sets the stage for a larger narrative of redemption and transformation explored in his latest mixtape. The song's visual prelude unfolds a gripping story of artists crafting sealed envelopes symbolizing triumph over life's trials. As Zander Lama, the antagonist, delves into one of these envelopes, the narrative takes a deep dive into his troubled past, culminating in a surprising twist during a high-stakes business deal. The video's cinematic journey contrasts gritty street scenes with high-rise office drama, revealing the transformative power of resilience and hard work in overcoming life's challenges.

Watch it below.

Dusky by Melythm

Melythm, an instrumental rock band from India, showcases a fusion of influences ranging from jazz and neo-soul to modern metal and math rock in their music. With a focus on technical soundness and enjoyability, their guitar-driven compositions delve into progressive themes and narratives, incorporating elements from post-rock, alt-rock, and art-rock genres. Influenced by a diverse range of artists like Chon, Polyphia, Tosin Abasi, Guthrie Govan, and Nate Smith, Melythm's recent release, Dusky, reflects their experimental and thematic approach to instrumental music, offering listeners a captivating sonic journey.

Listen to it below.

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