“…proved himself to be a world class performer in every sense of the word. He has a phenomenal voice, is an incredible finger picking guitarist and makes music that is hypnotic as it is engaging. His music could easily be as popular as Ed Sheeran or Passenger if this gets into the right hands…” – Larry Heath, The AU Review, 21 September 2016
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“It’s only a matter of time before the North American scene falls in love with Prateek’s music and we’re confident that he’ll wow every crowd the way he wowed us earlier tonight.” – Tayo Jacob, NU, 4th May 2016
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“With insightful lyrics, smooth melodies and deceptive simplicity, Prateek Kuhad’s In Tokens & Charms makes for delightful listening. It’s the kind of album that cuts through the noise, musing on love and the little things in life that inevitably define us…” – Editor, iTunes India (Best Indian Indie Album 2015), January 2016

“Plainspoken folk-pop buoyed immeasurably by the singer’s clear, kind voice.” – Stephen Thompson, NPR Music (The Austin 100- What to listen to at SXSW 2016), March 2016

“Kuhad is on an upward slope, and he’s inverting the business model pyramid like you wish they taught you in management class.” – Naman Saraiya, Border Movement, 4th April 2015
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“Prateek gets my vote not only because he has cleaved to his craft, but has turned into a voice that needs to be heard.” – Lalitha Suhasini, Open Magazine, 20th March 2015
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“…In addition to soothing guitar construction on songs like ‘Go’ and ‘Artist’, Kuhad successfully turns away from the Hindi start he had with his 2013 EP Raat Raazi to find a new, more indie rock-leaning voice. This is definitely one of the most impressive debuts we’ve heard lately.” – Anurag Tagat, Rolling Stone India (Print), February 2015 Issue

“In a scene with a surfeit of guys with guitars, Kuhad manages to stand out… this isn’t because of his crisp singing voice or proficient guitar playing, but because of the guilelessness in his tunes that convinces you that he isn’t trying to be somebody else…” – Amit Gurbaxani, The Daily Pao, 17th February 2015
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“The album has created the kind of buzz that is rarely associated with indie music in India, and Kuhad is being hailed by critics as the most exciting singer-songwriter to watch out for…” – Sneha Bhura, Open Magazine, 23rd January 2015
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“As far as singer-songwriters go, Prateek Kuhad has been in a league of his own. It isn’t just that his songs are bilingual, they’re also heartfelt melodies…” – Nidhi Gupta, GQ India, 20th January 2015
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“In Oh Love, he sings, “The rest is yet to come. It’s time”. We agree – with each release, Kuhad goes one step further in fulfilling his promise as a major talent in contemporary Indian music…” – Kingshuk Niyogy, Livemint, 3rd January 2015
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“It is a song (Flames) meant to be heard in your head when you fall dizzily in unrequited love. To wear one’s heart on their sleeve is nothing new, but to do so with sincerity is the key.” – Ryan Doyon, Music Savage, 2nd January 2015
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“One of the few artists out there whose signature, soothing style is apparent in either language, he has been impressing listeners around the country. Ever since his hugely enjoyable and successful EP ‘Raat Raazi’ dropped in late 2013, Kuhad has been turning heads at every event he has played.” – Aditya Keswani, Wild City, 11 November 2014
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“… we are even more sure that he’s the real deal – a rarity on the Indian indie scene where there’s often a lot of hype but not enough substance. Kuhad’s nimble guitar work, clear voice and quiet demeanor ground his dreamy, wistful songs in something solid.” – Sonal Silva, One Small Window, 11 June 2014
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“Currently one of the most celebrated singer-songwriters in a rapidly growing independent music scene, all he needs is a pen, paper and guitar to create little pieces of resounding joy that are marked by honest lyrics and simple melodies.” – Rohini Kejriwal, Deccan Herald, 9 June 2014
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“…Lucid and oh-so-light on the ears, it moves with grace, wondering about the things one wonders about — about moments that melt away, and ephemeral emotions… No heated guitar strumming, no loud imagery or vocals, it is the simplicity of what Kuhad offers that makes you hit ‘replay’, and wins his brand of music new enthusiasts.” – Nikita Puri, The Indian Express, 17 April 2014
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“…Prateek Kuhad’s music is multi-lingual, set to a background of toned-down, pop-rock and folk and Raat Raazi had songs that were soulful, soothing, effortless, and served as a breezy aural treat on most days…” – Priyanka Singh, NH7, 15 March 2014
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“…Sometimes you come across a song or a piece of music that is just damn simple and an absolute pleasure to listen to. The lyrics are pleasant, the music is uncomplicated, and your mind and senses aren’t overloaded. Gentle music for the soul… Kuhad seems to have made this his style, and over the last few years, he has refined it and owned it…” – Kartik Mahajan, Little Black Book, Delhi
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“It’s been twelve months since Kuhad moved back to India from America and, in that time, he’s gone from playing poorly attended early sets at Blue Frog to performing on one of the biggest stages at the NH7 Weekender… Sure, that might be because organizers were giving bigger platforms to newer artists but, in a scene full of guys-with-guitars, it takes something special to be noticed. And Kuhad has it.” – GQ India, 5 December 2013
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“…What sets Kuhad apart on Raat Raazi is the complex arrangement of guitar lines and techniques he seamlessly adds to his otherwise minimal sound…The feel good, upbeat nature of his material leaves us in no doubt that the singer-songwriter is ready to take his music to the MainStage.” – Rolling Stone India (Print), September 2013 Issue

“…His sound, on the whole, is an appetising mixture of folksy soft pop and a more eccentric, minstrel-like lyrical touch…” – The Sunday Guardian, 24 August 2013
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