Indie Review – Myrooh by Manas Jha, Siddharth Basrur and FuzzCulture

Article by Sruthi Dhulipala

Manas Jha’s Myrooh will make you want to get up and hit the dance floor. It’s peppy and bright, mixed with perfectly balanced harmonies. Siddharth Basrur, the vocalist, played around with vocal layers and harmonies in a tasteful way, adding an aspect of intrigue throughout the song. 

The song begins with electro-pop leads which gets you hooked and curious about what’s in store. Myrooh is a dedication to Manas’s two-year-old daughter, Myra, and the theme is kid-centric with fun visuals in the video. 

The music video for Myrooh used wholesome animations to show all the memories of one’s childhood while using modern music samples to keep you tied into the present. The storyline is cute, and as Manas says, it shows “all of Myra’s favorite toys beating all odds and making it to her birthday carnival.” 

You have to stick around for the drop at 2:50! Fuzzculture did a phenomenal job producing the track that seamlessly juggled between pop and electronic music while holding the fact that the lyrics are centered around kids.  

The entire track warms your heart yet keeps you on your toes, wanting to dance. So, I’d say it achieved an outstanding balance in gripping the listener while holding on to the string of innocence.

The verdict? If you’re looking for a groovy mid-morning track or an exciting hybrid of pop and electro-rock, this is your jam.

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