Mumbai based guitarist and vocalist Arjun Iyer - of Gumbal and Eatshootleave fame - has released the debut single from his upcoming solo project, Barty's Path's full length album.
'The God of Small Strings' - Baiju Dharmajan - recently released his new song, 'Moham' on Songdew with Nano Twist Music Premiere. We spoke to Baiju about the song, and the foreseeable future.
After the maddening success of The Metal Chapter' earlier this year. Control Alt Delete 6.0 announce their line up for September 14 at the Blue Frog in Mumbai.
The Supersonics is a Calcutta based rock n' roll band which has had an eventful journey since its birth in 2006. The group is finally putting some fresh new tunes on the table to taste with the release of their second album, Heads Up, produced by the well respected Miti Adhikari in association with Red Bull.
Emphasizing on creating simple, feel good music with a tangle free recording process, The Yellow Bucket are a new addition to the music circuit; recently coming into the limelight with the release of their debut album Two Halves.
Vocalist Pavithra Chari, and musician all rounder Anindo Bose have recently come together for Shadow And Light, the duos collaborative venture into contemporary fusion music.
A full decade of destroying every stage they step on, and Delhi’s extreme metal spearheads, Undying Inc., are showing no signs of slowing down. They’ve paved their own path, done it their way, and, above all, kept the process of writing and playing music with honesty at the forefront. Shomi Gupta sits down with the band for a long chat on their legacy, future plans, and everything in between.
Delve deeper into the world of college band music and discover the different faces, shades, and textures of L for Vendetta.
A review of How Are You? We Are Fine, Thank You by Bangalore's folk metal outfit The Down Troddence.
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 music documentaries.
Reuben Bhattacharya, bass player for the very explosive Undying Inc, has more than enough tricks up his sleeve. But just this once, he gives a real Halloween treat through this very special playlist that he compiled. Prepare to get scared, very scared.
To use a cliche, there are two kinds of people - people who like metal and non-homeless people. There, now that the customary dig at metalheads is out of the way, let's talk about the Rolling Stone Metal Awards 2013 that took place at Blue Frog, Mumbai on June 23. The short version: It was a fantastic gig. The long version is below:
BHANUJ KAPPAL As a journalist, you learn to hate deadlines with a vengeance. You’re never really