Reviewed by Nikita Kaushik, BA B, Batch of 2024, Kirit P. Mehta School of Law You can’t help but root for BTS and their sincerity and compassion towards the world. The global domination of BTS has shown remarkable consistency; even in the year ofchaos, BTS is a spark of pure joy amidst the mess. BE,Continue reading “Be by BTS”
Reviewed by Shushrut Devadiga, Batch of 2025, Kirit P. Mehta School of Law Hidden amongst the binaries of codes that constitute music on Spotify, hides a gem of ancient traditions endemic to the tourist hotspot of Bali. This performance, which sounds foreign to the ears and yet so pleasing, retells a myth as old asContinue reading “Kecak From Bali”
Reviewed by Anuraag Asiwal, BA, Batch of 2023, Kirit P. Mehta School of Law Melodrama by Lorde, or what the author of this review affectionately likes to refer to as the True Winner of the Album of the Year for the year 2018, is the closest an artist can come to sonic poetry. New ZealandContinue reading “Melodrama by Lorde”
Reviewed by Kinjal Bhardwaj, BBA, Batch of 2025, Kirit P. Mehta School of Law Melanie Martinez, an indie, creative, storytelling artist released her second album ‘K-12’ in 2019. From her half-dyed hair, to unique style choices, to creating songs in a story format through creative words and visuals; it was assumed that she would haveContinue reading “K-12 by Melanie Martinez”
Reviewed by Amruta Gijare, BA A, Batch of 2024, Kirit P. Mehta School of Law Taylor Swift, the ultimate enchantress, released Evermore, a chamber rock, folk-pop (We already melt here) album, that opened straight atop “Billboard 200”, crowning the already queen, Taylor, as the only woman in America with 8 consecutive #1 debuts.
Reviewed by Ghazal Bhootra, BBA C, Batch of 2024, Kirit P. Mehta School of Law Quite underrated for the first female rock band ever to be nominated for the Grammy’s album of the year, Haim’s new album might be their best one yet. Brave and bold, yet delivered with such calmness, the Haim sisters haveContinue reading “Women in Music Pt. III by Haim”
Reviewed by Shubham AP Mohapatra, Batch of 2024, Kirit P. Mehta School of Law Elton John’s favourite album of 2020, Sawayama stands to be a beautiful melting pot of varied genres. The futuristic stance of Rina in the Album Cover juxtaposed with the warm sepia-like tone of the picture, reminiscent of the early 2000s, isContinue reading “Sawayama by Rina Sawayama”
Reviewed by Khushi Saboo, BBA D, Batch of 2025, Kirit P. Mehta School of Law Harry Styles winning the Best Pop Solo Performance Award at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards has come as no surprise for all the “Watermelon Sugar” fans. Fine Line is the kind of album that makes you think of fruit saladsContinue reading “Fine Line by Harry Styles”