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Fresh Indie Fridays #67 

David Britto
Dec 09, 2022





Scroll down to listen to recent releases on Fresh Indie Fridays by indie artists (clockwise from top left) Arjun C, Aneesha, Darren Fernandes, Sijya, Ira Sharma and Jordan Johnson. Photos: Courtesy of the artists

Ira Sharma – “Terrified” 

New Delhi-bred and Boston-based mostly mostly singer-songwriter Ira Sharma’s most recent free up is the shimmery pop-fueled track called “Terrified.” The tune brings forth digital track juxtaposed with funky capabilities, a hooky melodic horn line, an upbeat tempo and Sharma’s silky vocals.  

Darren Fernandes – “Gabrielitie” 

Mumbai-based mostly mostly singer-songwriter Darren Fernandes affords tranquil acoustic and nylon guitar-plucking on the honest “Gabrielitie,” with his deep, yet infectious, vocals and emotive flute-playing evident on this neatly woven debut single.   

Jordan Johnson – “My Lady” 

Having been section of the Indian honest track landscape for a choice of years, Mussoorie-based mostly mostly singer-songwriter Jordan Johnson had taken a step abet for a while. Now, he has returned with a recent alt-indie track called “My Lady.” The tune ingredients jangly, strummed acoustic guitar capabilities, Johnson’s crooning advise, spirited sonic manufacturing, and additional. 

Sijya – Young Abominate 

New Delhi-based mostly mostly composer-producer and graphic dressmaker Sijya now not too lengthy ago released her debut six-track downtempo and ambient EP Young Abominate. The document revolves round Sijya’s real and introspective artistry, while sonically, she serves up a effectively-produced and rounded physique of work.   

Arjun C – “Fairy Narrative” 

Indie singer-songwriter Arjun C’s debut single, the optimistic “Fairy Narrative,” has a hooky synth stab while the musician furthermore provides swanky guitar capabilities, shakers, an upbeat groove and his quirky-yet-resolute vocals to the tune.  

Aneesha – “Don’t Be A Poke” 

New Delhi pop artist Aneesha’s most recent single, “Don’t Be A Poke,” comes damage in a funky bass line while a punchy beat keeps the tune flowing because the singer delivers a lesson alongside with her education lyrics.  

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