Both songs aren't bad but they aren't terribly memorable either.
While Eva B’s latest single has good lyrics it isn't memorable; Rushk’s is a reminder that rock is not yet entirely dead.
The singer hasn't produced a masterpiece just yet but she's well on her way.
The frontman for Karachi-based indie rock band Sikandar Ka Mandar released a music video for his latest solo track last week.
He and Hasan Raheem have collaborated on a song that's not terribly unique. A better listen is Raheem's 'Adjust'.
The gritty, grimy, black-and-white video takes listeners back to a song released by the band in their first album in 2003.
'Woh Bhi Kya Din Thay' works on ’90s nostalgia while Maanu’s lovey dovey offering 'Close 2 U' is so sweet it'll give you diabetes.
A collaboration between Atif Aslam, Faris Shafi and Talal Qureshi, the song is an invitation to play cricket at home in Pakistan.
They began working on the project a year ago in the hopes of highlighting Afghan-Pakistan Pashun heritage.
It's an electronic pop song that finally brings Maanu out of the blues and into the light of young love.
'Jo Tu Chahay' is a well-produced, fun single but it definitely isn't ground-breaking.
The song does not reflect her maturity as a singer/songwriter and the affected accents were cringe-inducing.
The song celebrates the colourful, modern, post-colonial and vibrant South Asian aesthetic through both its music and music video.
The song has a Simon and Garfunkel vibe and is a testament to the fact that the band can and should write more songs in Urdu.
His newest track 'Introduction' might indicate that he plans on putting out a much-awaited album but we'll have to wait and see.
His newest release 'Iraday' uses beautiful Urdu metaphors to describe love and dealing with complex emotions.
'Sweetu' is an incredibly catchy acoustic-electronic dance track.
The music festival went online this year and the organisers released their first dump of tracks from the 2021 edition over Eid.
The song uses three couplets from Hafeez Hoshiarpuri's famous ghazal but is entirely Aftab's.
'Prelude to a Murder' is a soft, beautiful acoustic number that harks back to Shahzad Noor’s work with the Poor Rich Boys.