Singzu Joint call themselves so, considering the eclectic mixture of genres that coalesce in the band's music and writing style. We spoke to musician, producer, and Singzu Joint co founder, Laishram Eroz Khumancha, about the band's music, birth, pitfalls, future, and more.
Delhi hindi electronica pop rock outfit Faridkot released their latest album, Phir Se? on June 4 at the Blue Frog in Mumbai, along with a music video. We spoke to guitarist Rajarshi Sanyal about the band's latest release.
Swarnabhoomi Academy of Music has announced the opening of application for their five day summer camp program to be held from June 23 - 27, bringing together a faculty of some of the best musicians and instrumentalist from around the world.
RSJ along with Songdew opened up registration for Rock On!! on May 15. Rock On!! invites all artist and bands to sign up and stand the chance of winning the opportunity to be featured on Rock Street Journal.
A review of In Hi Ko, the new EP by Delhi's Chudail Step producer/composer Lifafa.
In addition to blazing an explosive journey over 23 years of playing rock 'n' roll, Parikrama have also often faced criticism about a perceived lack of originality or an over-reliance on playing covers. Here, we speak with Subir Malik as he responds to the accusations. Scroll down to read the full interview.
A review of All Ball, the new EP by Mumbai electro-disco-funk duo Madboy/Mink.
Delhi's ska/reggae troupe, The Ska Vengers, have released an animated new video for their song, 'Modi, A Message to You', on the eve of the elections in the Capital. It caught our eye,and here are 10 observations from the video. You can also view the video at the bottom of the page.
In between critiquing (and trashing) all sorts of music, we also find time to watch a few films here and there. Below are reviews of five films about music that we managed to watch.
It’s been a good year for young bands, with crowds far more receptive to new artists – young and old alike – and promoters also taking punts on these new bands. Plus, with the internet and Bandcamp and Soundcloud allowing anyone with an internet connection to upload new music, the opportunities for musicians to be heard, reach out, and get attention have naturally increased. So yeah, it’s not all gloomy, even if the weather here in Delhi really is.
Here at RSJ, we have a tendency of often staring aimlessly at the screen, watching YouTube videos when we're supposed to be working. Especially on Fridays. So we decided to mix work with pleasure in this special feature where we bring you seven unexpected covers by bands we like - covers that came totally out of the blue. Feel free to add your own at the bottom.
SAMAR Insanity, according to Albert Einstein, is doing the same thing over and over again and
Blitzkreig, part of Rendezvous, IIT Delhi’s momentous annual festival, showcased Cypher16, a rock act from the UK, headlining the event on October 21, at the...