Jyaneswar Laishram tells us about his experience watching the Imphal Talkies N The Howlers play at the 'Where Have All The Flowers Gone?' music festival held in Imphal on May 3, along with a line up of great musicians.
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.
MIA, along with WINGS, bring to you Battle Of The Bands' Final round including seven sufi rockers from the NCR region including Chaar Hazaari, Experimental Chaos, Lost in Siramur, Eternal Bliss, Rock N Raga, Sabrang The Band, and Shankhnad.
A confluence of three musicians living in Kuwait, originally hailing from Bangladesh, Pakistan, and India, led to the formation of The Overseas Project. The band plays a heady mix of pop, rock, the blues, Hindi rock, and more, with a couple of singles and a video already out and further releases lined up. We speak with Amitabh Sengupta, Majid Mahmood, and Hasib Raza, the three guys who constitute The Overseas Project, about Dropbox, politics in their music, their vision and philosophy, their sound, and what the future holds.
A review of In Hi Ko, the new EP by Delhi's Chudail Step producer/composer Lifafa.
The folk metal band from 'God's own country' hope to redefine metal with their narration of history and their debut album.
Saket's Turquoise Cottage played host to a pretty winning alternative electro rock gig on May 2 with White Beryl, and headlined by The Circus. We had Aditya Varma observe and report, and following are some of the evening's highlights.
A review of ARIA by Mumbai's experimental/progressive act, Symphony Novel.
We spoke to Escher's Knot vocalist, Abijith Rao, about the intertwining sounds and the unbreakable bond of the 'Knot.
At the risk of tooting our own horn/beating our own drum/sounding painfully smug, RSJ has, along with a handful of other individuals and organizations, been instrumental in setting up a
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