Sundara Karma Vinyl, CD & tapes from this artist at Norman Records
Sundara Karma burst onto the scene with their Youth is Only Ever Fun In Retrospect LP (soon to be re-issued and revamped). In the meantime they issue a limited 7" of Explore which as fun a slice of Strokes-ish, Arcade Fire ish indie that you are likely to find dwelling in the Thames Valley. ...view item
You must have some lovely karma, to encounter such a gift on your life's travels. Some might argue that Youth Is Only Fun in Retrospect, but listening to Sundara Karma’s energetic and youthful debut album is already fun while you’re doing it. Just be ready to be bob your head and hum catch...view item
Sundara Karma’s EPII contains 4 tracks of the band’s anthemic indie rock, the kind of thing that goes down very well at the larger rock festivals. The production is smooth, but you can hear the vocalist straining into raw intensity at certain points. Pressed to 10” vinyl in a nice shade of green, relea...view item
Sundara Karma are a Berkshire four-piece, apparently all aged eighteen. So plenty of youthful vigour in here yes? There is indeed, although this is far from a teenage punk pour-out. Rather, Flame is a carefully considered indie tune probably designed as an ‘anthem’, with impressive sounding production. 7&rdq...view item
Here's a 7" of hazy epic indiepop from Sundara Karma, about whom I know nothing.
'Cold Heaven' has got a galloping little drumbeat and big chiming U2 guitars and blurry "oo-ee-ooh" backing vocals that remind me of that MGMT song and slightly strained vocals that are somewhere between Ch...view item
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