Music·Posted on 24 Mar 201727 Indie Artists India Could Be Listening To Instead Of Bollywood RemixesAdding original stuff to your playlist would probably make it more fun.by Sonia Mariam ThomasBuzzFeed Staff, IndiaFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Prateek Kuhad Facebook: prateekkuhadmusic A favourite at any party and a great way to settle in on a rainy day. Listen to him here. 2. Awkward Bong Facebook: awkwardbong His soulful and lilting tunes are great company for any chill scene with your friends and loved ones. 3. Kumail Facebook: kumailmusic This Mumbai producer's subtle and minimalist approach to electronic music is a breath of fresh air. 4. Alisha Pais Facebook: paisslick Fall in love with Mumbai-based Pais' versatile voice by starting with this. 5. Parekh & Singh Facebook: parekhsinghmusic This Kolkata-based duo's Wes Anderson aesthetic was apparently good enough to be brought to the director's attention. Check them out here. 6. Agam Facebook: agamtheband This carnatic progressive rock band has been making a lot of people happy and you can do yourself a favour by listening to them here. 7. Mali Facebook: Malimanojmusic This Chennai-born singer-songwriter has a really warm pop sound for you to sit back and listen to. 8. Tejas Facebook: TejasMenon.music If you're in the mood for acoustic pop rock, Tejas is your guy. You can listen to him here. 9. Ramya Pothuri Ronit Sarkar / Via Facebook: ramyapothurisinger This 20-year-old singer-songwriter writes tunes to make you want to take a quiet, long drive somewhere. 10. Parvaaz Polina Schapova / Via Facebook: parvaazmusic You don’t open for alt-J if you’re just another band. Listen to their music here. 11. Jasleen Royal Facebook: jasleenroyal The Delhi singer-songwriter of Dear Zindagi fame has been on the scene since she was 18. You could listen to her music here. 12. Prabh Deep Facebook: prabhdeepmusic This Delhi MC, who's been at the forefront of the city's hip-hop scene has some sick beats and harsh truths to drop in his music. 13. Vasuda Sharma Facebook: VasudaSharma A former band member of Aasma, Sharma is now known on the indie scene for her looping tunes and fun jams. 14. Enkore Elvis D'silva / Via Facebook: thisisenkore This young rapper spits verses about social issues and relationships. You can check him out here. 15. The F16s Facebook: pg The refreshingly fun sound of The F16s will blow your mind. 16. Aarifah Rebello Facebook: AarifahRebello This Mumbai artist is a delight to listen to when you just want to kick back on some days. You can check her out here. 17. Dhruv Visvanath Facebook: mrdhruvv This guitarist is good enough to keep you and your playlist happy for some time. Check him out here. 18. Vidwan Facebook: vidwantheband This eight-member folk/electronic band from Trivandrum remind you of a time past, while at the same time giving you some pretty cool tunes. 19. When Chai Met Toast Facebook: whenchaimettoast The Kochi-based upbeat quartet are a wonderful addition to your playlist. Check them out here. 20. Ayush Sreshtha Facebook: ayushmusic This Nepali singer-songwriter has all the cures for your blues. Listen to him here. 21. Oceantied Dan Wilton / Via Facebook: oceantiedmusic This Bangalore-based electronic project has what you need to get your party started. Check out his music here. 22. Fat Yellow Moon Facebook: FatYellowMoon You can enjoy his soulful crooning to an acoustic guitar at any given time of the day. Check him out here. 23. Thaikkudam Bridge Facebook: 596023337146572 This Malayalee band formed by cousins is the proof that families that jam together are the coolest. You can check them out here. 24. Kamakshi Khanna Facebook: kamakshimusic Just allow yourself to melt slowly while you listen to Delhi-based Khanna's soul and pop music. You can check out her songs here. 25. Hari & Sukhmani Facebook: harisukhmani They've been around for a while and their unique sound combined with Sukhmani's cray vocals are a great addition to the playlist. Check them out here. 26. Shadow and Light Ankit Banerjee / Via Facebook: shadowandlight This classically trained duo uses Hindustani, pop, jazz and electronic music to create the perfect tunes for a day indoors. 27. Run It's The Kid Facebook: RunitstheKid They call themselves a "moody waltz" band from Delhi and for good reason, tbh.