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6 INDIE SONGS TO ADD TO YOUR PLAYLIST

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Written by Saloni Chachan

There are certain songs that make you feel energized and happy, songs that you want to listen to full volume and sing along.

Here is a list of 6 Indie songs that you should add to your playlist –

GHIR GHIR JA – ADVAITA 

Composer and writer- Advaita

Lyricist- Advaita

Singer- Advait Nemlekar

This song was from the debut album ‘Grounded in Space’ in 2009, it fuses rock with Hindustani classical music and was recreated and performed by Advaita for coke studio @ MTV.

 

LAGORI – PARDESHI / GARAJ BARAS

Composer of Pardeshi – Amit Trivedi

Composer of Garaj Baras- Junoon/ Ali Azmat

Lagor is a band from Bengaluru. This song is a mashup of 2 songs and Lagori is an eclectic group of musicians with varied musical influences, who have come together to dish out foot tapping, soul-stirring music.

DIVINE- JUNGLI SHER

Composer- Divine, Sez

Singer- Divine

Lyricist – Divine

From the creator of the hit single “Mere Gully Mein”. This song represents the voice of the common man and how his life changes from one phase to another. It has a deep meaning that connects with people easily.

NUCLEYA- BAKAR BAKAR

Lyrics- Nucleya

This song is from the album – Raja Baja and was released in 2016, The track has limited vocals and has been fused with South Indian street music with the signature bass heavy sound.

SHIRLEY SETIA/ JUBIN NAUTIYAL – TU JO MILA / RAABTA

Singers -Jubin Nautiyal and Shirley Setia

Lyricist of Raabta- Amitabh Bhattacharya

Lyricist of Tu jo mila – Kausar Munir

Beautiful mixture of two hit songs is a must have in your playlist, if you like slow and soothing song, then this is the one that will light up your mood.

AAOGE TUM KABHI – THE LOCAL TRAIN

Singer- Raman Negi

Music- The local train

Lyricist – Raman Negi

This song was the first single release from The Local Train and its video was shot quite a number of times. The final video has 7 different shows across 5 states that the band played and shot live, this song was in a movie – The Angry Goddesses.

 

 

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Saloni Chachan