#QuaranTunes: This Is What Maalavika Manoj Is Listening To Right Now

Mali (Maalavika Manoj) is a Chennai born, Mumbai-based independent singer, songwriter and pop artist. Her music takes inspiration from 20th century classic pop influences with a fresh contemporary twist, giving her sound a nostalgic flavour. Recently, Mali released a single called ‘Age of Limbo’ from her upcoming debut full-length album titled ‘Caution to the Wind’. The single is accompanied by a crowd-sourced music video featuring footage from Mali’s fans living in 12 different countries and the song has been widely regarded as a ‘lockdown anthem’ of sorts. She is the first Indian artist to be picked for Spotify Worldwide’s RADAR program, an initiative to help push independent music to new markets. The singer even recently featured on BBC World News in conversation with American singer-songwriter, Erin Rae, on the future of independent artists around the world in the wake of the global pandemic and consequent lockdown.

Mali lists out the top 10 songs from her playlist that she’s been listening to on loop. Check it out below.

Top 10 songs on Mali’s quarantine playlist right now

Bee Gees – You win again
Charli Adams – Bad Caffeine
Night Traveller – Burn
Caroline Polacheck – So hot you’re hurting my feelings
Bayonne – Drastic Measures
The 1975 – Love it if we made it
Christian Lee Hutson – Northsiders
Pheobe Bridgers – Kyoto
Tame Impala – Lost in yesterday
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