An effort to consolidate past releases to look forward with clarity and levity.
An attempt to cross pollinate the different audiences from various styles of music of the past.
Also available on most streaming platforms.
According to a study, conducted as recently as this morning, Sharam Masala’s Hip Hop-meets-Prog-rock-meets-electronica debut, clairvoyantly called Greatest Hits, is the best thing since vinegar flavoured ice cream.
Rappers Xcpt. (never won a spelling bee.) and A La Moksh (who?) strut jauntily onto No Hero a.k.a (No Friends Either)’s sonic landscape and proceed to dig up the flower bed.
We’ll shut up now.
Enjoy the album.
Dec 4th, 2015, Bengaluru. In a cab, on the way to NH7 Weekender. “Spice Girls! We should have a name like Spice Girls!”
“Ok, uh… Masala Boys?”
“Hahahaha…. Garam Masala?”
“Sh- Sharam Masala?”
“Woah…… Yeah…….. Yeah. Done.”
REVIEW 1 – “Shimmering clicks, pulled-back beats” – The Hindu
REVIEW 2 – “No Hero Collaborates With Xcpt. and A La Moksh on Experimental New EP ‘Sharam Masala’” – Rolling Stone India
REVIEW 3 – “This New Rap Rock Release Breaks Boundaries” – The Hauterfly
REVIEW 4 – “Sizzling Beats Infused With Psychedelic Riffs, Meet Sharam Masala!” – Music Sherpa