Saturday April 24, 2010
Music review: Admissions Open (Hindi – Amit Trivedi)
Aasman ke paar is sure to give Whigfield a complex, with its prosaic dancepop sound. Dariya ubale is where Amit’s DevD roots surface, thankfully – the grungy sound is pitch-perfect. Naresh Iyer is flawless in the breezy Meri rooh, a compelling melody on the lines of Iktara, with addictive phrases. Mother-son duo, Kavita and Kavish Seth croon Music hi hai, a conversational banter, with an endearing soft rock style, while Shruti Pathak gets the pick of the soundtrack, Roshni – a kick-ass track involving assortment of genres, arranged brilliantly! Beyond that oddball opening track, the rest is very, very Amit!
Keywords: Amit Trivedi, Admissions Open music review