Jimmy Khan & The Big Ears is an acoustic pop band from Lahore, Pakistan. The band released their first album, in 2014. The album entails 6 songs, both original and covers, with Nadiya as the first single.
Here’s to the new band, the new sound, new beginnings and a fantastic NEW YEAR!
‘It Might Get Glitchy‘ is a collaborative project by Natasha Humera Ejaz and Rishabh Rajan.
Take a listen to the song below:
“And on New Years, as a resolution to keep making music together (that Rishabh and I may or may not keep, depending on the mood and the month) here’s our latest: Time (Candles)… I saved this little piece of me right up until the last few hours of the year. This song, along with the rest of It Might Get Glitchy’s songs, will be made available for download soon enough.
Until then, may this year bring with it beautiful realisations. Happy New Year – Spread the love!”
Naseer & Shahab releases prologue video for the upcoming single called, Born a Dead Man.
“When things don’t turn out the way we imagine them to be, Born a Dead Man is where it all ends.”
‘Born A Dead Man’ interactive music video coming soon for Mac and PC. It shows Islamabad in 2025, but not how we imagine it to be.
ICU – 5 Chuhay [ Download Audio ]
ICU is a punk rock band from Karachi. With a unique music style, energetic guitar work and unorthodox lyrics ICU strives to explore the crazy side of music. ICU’s band members include Adil on Vocals and Guitars, Umer on Vocals, Sarim on Guitars, Owais on Bass and Sheroz on Drums.
‘Jaagay’ is Zohaib Kazi’s new year’s resolution in shape of a song. “Happy New Year in advance everyone. I hope it brings love and peace all around the world.”
Opening up a trove of Sufi Folk is Asad Abbas’ ‘Mahi Gal’. Based on the raag Miyan Ki Malhar, the song is an old folk melody that Asad grew up hearing in his home given that Eastern Classical music was something he had inherited in his lineage. He feels that while the melody has always been striking, it’s within the lyrics that the song finds its mettle. The song’s dreamscape composition finds a tale at play in what could be reminiscent of folklore storytelling. The song begins with an old, raw feel of a yearning to connect with the object of one’s Love. In this dream like state, the song trails into a change of tone and witnesses glimpses of the other side, as if Light at the end of the tunnel, culminating into a transition of raag by Fariha Pervez into a Tarana. And with this newfound reassurance, the song’s tone is returned to the original raag but uplifted, musically tipping into an upbeat bluesy feel with instrumental elements such as the Oud – demonstrating the passage of time over such an experience. A song with a theatrical trace, ‘Mahi Gal’ is one of intuition, reaching out to connect with the reality of a lucid dream and waking up to a new state of Truth.