#HGMusic: Listen To New Releases From Pranav Bhasin, Antariksh Daddy, & More

The Homegrown Music Round-Up
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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 post-rock, electronic music and more.

Stank Face Star Sign by Antariksh Daddy

Delhi-based sound artist and electronic music producer, Antariksh Daddy, marks his return to the spotlight with a vibrant new EP under his brainchild Antariksh Records last month. Departing from his previous jungle-inspired rhythms, the artist presents a refreshing shift in style, with two breakbeat-infused tracks that pay homage to the early days of dance music. With his latest release, Antariksh Records continues its mission of curating and promoting high-quality dance music across the South Asian subcontinent

Listen to a track from the EP below.

Superboy by Pranav Bhasin

Emerging artist Pranav Bhasin's latest track, Superboy, originating from the heart of Mumbai, is a captivating fusion of fresh acoustic melodies and heartfelt, intimate lyrics. Collaborating with the renowned 'Black Letters' for the guitar elements, masterminds Sharath Narayan and Sarang lend their expertise, while the addition of vocals by the young 2-year-old Aariv Kohli, Pranav's nephew, adds an endearing touch. The song effortlessly weaves together Pranav's storytelling prowess with a warm, nostalgic appeal, inviting listeners to reconnect with their inner child and relive the simple joys of life.

Listen to it below.

Perpetual Manipulation by Home Brewed Universe

Hyderabad-based Arka Sengupta, known by his moniker Home Brewed Universe, releases his introspective album, The Loneliness Economy, delving into the intricacies of social isolation and the virtual refuge it offers. Through poignant instrumental rock and metal compositions, Arka paints a vivid picture of his own struggles within the bustling city, navigating the allure and dangers of the virtual world's simulated connections. Reflecting on the pitfalls of relying on artificial substitutes for genuine human interaction, the album serves as a testament to the profound impact of authentic relationships and the necessity of breaking free from the confines of the loneliness economy to foster meaningful connections in the real world.

Listen to a track from the album below.

Gesihþ Gerim Siex by Baba Mithrandir

Shimla-based artist Baba Mithrandir's latest ambient album, Pearles Upon the'e Rossarie ov Faith, draws from the mystical world of the Wiz'rd ov Bharari and the 14th-century pastoral visions of the Gawain Poet. Uniting the contemporary Bharari lore with Middle-Inglis theological allegory, dream-vision, and pastoral lyricism, the album presents a cohesive sonic journey, bridging the gap between the distant English past and the tangible Western Himalayan present. Through eight emotionally charged tracks, Baba Mith.'s work envelops listeners in cryptic esoteric prowess, eerie countryside nostalgia, and a profound sense of a bygone era, all channelled through the lens of the protagonist, Naeku the'e Plowmanne.

Listen to a track from the album below.

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