#HGMusic: Start Your Week With Some New Releases From Hashbass, Sutej Singh & More

The Homegrown New Music Round-Up
The Homegrown New Music Round-UpL: Decode Blue & Essio R: Sutej Singh

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 progressive rock, acid house, and more.

Land Of Gold by Sutej Singh

Prodigious musician Sutej Singh returns to music after a 5-year hiatus with his latest instrumental single, Land of Gold. The track showcases Sutej's unrivalled dexterity in playing the guitar, wielding his very own Ernie Ball to weave captivating Progressive Rock melodies that transport listeners to a realm of forgotten splendour collaboration with Paarth Koser on drums, Argentinian violinist Amanda Burgos, and Kylan Amos on bass with a dreamy music video directed by photographer Farheen Fatima.

Listen to it below.

Fallin Fallin' by Hashbass

Delhi-based musician & producer releases his new EP Solo At Your Party. Harshit’s eclectic taste in music stems from his love for Yellowjackets and J Dilla as well as the structured sounds of gospel and Indian Carnatic music juxtaposed with electronica, funk and jazz. A self-confessed 80s aesthetic geek, Harshit’s music is rooted in 80s nostalgia but with a contemporary pop sheen that he likes to call the Hashbass sound. The mood on the EP ebbs and flows from sombre to anger to finger-snapping upbeat. Featuring sounds of the bongo, Fallin Fallin is a gentle, a synthy love song from the EP

Listen to it below.

Bobadelic by Decode Blue & Essio

Mumbai-based artists Essio and Decode Blue join forces for their highly anticipated collaboration EP, Twisted Times. Essio, led by the talented producer and DJ Ehsan Kamran (also known as Fuzulu), delves into the fusion of tech and funk, crafting a unique sonic experience with its slower, funkier side of electronica characterized by deep basslines and evolving melodies. Meanwhile, Decode Blue, the brainchild of psy-influenced techno/minimal aficionado Arnold Misquitta, explores the darker side of techno, pushing the boundaries with psychoacoustics and atmospheric experimentation.

Listen to a track from the EP below.

Beginning by Ravana

Delhi-based bass artist Ravana joins forces with Brooklyn-based Ceramic Records to unleash a groundbreaking new album, Evolution. With over 15 years of experience in producing and performing, Saravanan Chellappa also known as Ravana, is a prolific artist renowned for his penchant for distorted, bass-heavy compositions. His music defies conventions, exploring innovative modes of distortion, and fusing elements of drum and bass with Indian percussion, all while delivering a dubby and politically charged audio cannon.

Listen to a track from the album here.

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