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Indian band The Fortune (Feat. Yash Raj Singh & Keerthana Menon) sprinkle erotic-pop in 2020 with ‘All Eyes’

Indian band The Fortune (feat. Yash Raj Singh & Keerthana Menon) sprinkle goodness in 2020 with ‘All Eyes‘ that is a fun, late night pop song with plenty of heat.

Written by Greg Van Kerkhof from South Africa, this is The Fortune’s international collaboration with different indie artists, with their dreamy guitars, intriguing melody, erotic vibes and emotive vocals that turn up the interest quickly, the band loves playing together. The vibe is steamy and the vocals are perfect for this picture.

Your heart is on fire and this is what you desire, you want what you can see. Can this love survive this crazy world?

This is a fun song, full of suggestion and the Indian band The Fortune (feat. Yash Raj Singh & Keerthana Menon) bring us a dance floor winner here. The candles are low here and the temperature is way up, you can hear the passion on each second. This is to be enjoyed with the volume up.

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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

India’s Avaastavik thumps in with powerful psy trance ‘Aagam’

Released off the young and rising BlackTalk Records, Avaastavik Aagam‘ is a powerfully potion that has just swooped in to help us get over being stuck inside.

Avaastavik is an Indian DJ and producer specializing in the subgenre of psychedelic trance, techno and heavy bass trap. This song slams in with confident swagger and the music video is fantastic.

A serpent around his neck, the embellishing crescent moon on his head, the holy river Ganga flowing from his matted hair, the third eye on his forehead, the trishula, as his weapon, and the damaru. Mahadev is here. The wait is over. Every second of this track has something thrilling in store for you. ‘Aagam‘ lays bare the heartfelt love of Mahadev for his worshippers behind the sacred Ananda tandava and the opening of the third eye.

The electrifying psytrance beats are great to dance to and Avaastavik has pounced in with ‘Aagam‘.

Stream here for this striking video on YouTube.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen