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 indie punk, jazz rock much more.
Bed Wetter by Nervous Youth
Nervous Youth, a two-person group from India, captures the confusion and angst of the 2020 pandemic in their music .Their new EP, I Was a Teenage Changeling, But Not Anymore is a collection of poignant and chaotic yet vulnerable singles showcases the band's blend of alternative rock, bedroom rock, and indie punk, marking their unique contribution to the realm of punk.
Illusion Of Freedom by Inshin Denshin
Inshin Denshin's Right To Survive is a sonic exploration of modern urban life, combining soulful ambient, post-rock, and electronica with a touch of traditional Asian music. Hailing from Kolkata, the instrumental project doubles as a platform to highlight life's small moments. The album serves as a psychedelic soundtrack, urging listeners to rediscover their humanity amidst the concrete and neon noise, offering a captivating and multifaceted musical experience.
Listen to a track from the album below.
Raspberry Ripple by Ameya
The closing track from Ameya's debut EP Turill, stands as a powerful culmination of the Philadelphia-based guitarist and songwriter's progressive rock talent. Infused with influences from musicians like Plini, Tom Misch, and bands such as Intervals and Snarky Puppy, the EP explores a theme of timelessness. Raspberry Ripple particularly resonates with a message of resilience and perseverance, building towards a cathartic climax marked by soaring guitar solos and dynamic drumming.
Listen to it below.
Tu (sufi rock version) by Minaxi ft Milan Ganatra
Minaxi's The Reverberating Sound of an Absent Metropolis delves into a once-vibrant civilization now reduced to desolation. The album explores whether hope and love can persist in a landscape marked by war, greed, and loneliness. It intricately examines the dark side of humanity and the enduring resilience of the human spirit, suggesting that amidst societal collapse, there is fertile ground for a glimmer of light in the ruins. The work contemplates the cyclical nature of human experience, finding solace in love and asserting that death does not erase existence but lives on through memories, dreams, and shared connections.
Listent to a track from the album below.
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