Rolling Stones (Sept 2014)
"Nearly two decades into his career, Gaurav Raina has achieved nearly every form of success that a musician can hope for." - Rolling Stones
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MTV Indies (Sept. 2014)
"After creating ground-breaking music, as one-half of Indian electronica act Midival Punditz, Gaurav Raina is all set to release his latest project Grain’s debut album Grey To Silver."
Red Bull Music (Oct 2014)
"What’s evident through the album is that Raina’s brought out the best of each of his collaborators, while staying true to himself as an artist, known to be comfortable exploring many different territories, yet certain with where he wants to go." - Ambika Mattu (Red Bull Music)
Indian Express Online Oct 2014
SakalTimes,Pune (Sept 29th 2014)
HTCafe HT Mumbai (26th Sept 2014)
Bombay Times (Sept 19th 2014)
"Grain reflects Gaurav's more personal intimate side..."
FHM (October 2014)
"And it would only be right to say that this is not just another run-of-the-mill electronic album." - FHM Magazine
NME India (Sept. 2014)
"Chock full of crisscrossing genres and a heady sense of musical ascendancy that comes from being an artist at the top of his game..."
NH7.in (Oct 2014)
"Grey To Silver is laid out on a euphonious backdrop, but the disposition of the arrangements fluctuates from lush and groovy (but not dance-y), to ambient and dark." -NH7.in
Mail Today-Delhi (Oct-2014)
Grain iTunes (Oct 2014)
HT City (3rd Oct 2014)
"There was no concept of Electronica when Gaurav & Tapan started Midival Punditz in 1996" - HT City
Indian Express (Oct 2014)
"Now Gaurav Raina aka Grain, one half of the groundbreaking Punditz, has stepped out of his comfort zone to create something entirely new by himself."
Asian Age (Oct 2014)
Sunday Midday (Sept 21, 2014)
"He has explored a different side of his musical persona with his recently-released debut album Grey to Silver, which feature collaborations with Karsh Kale, Monica Dogra, Anoushka Shankar, Talia and Brooklyn Shanti." - Sunday Midday
Wild City (Sept. 2014)
"In a step in a new direction, his solo project 'GRAIN', showcases a musician within a musician. Sonic textures that are deeper, darker – even melancholic – zigzagging through genres with confidence. In our eyes, some of his most technically adept and exciting output thus far."