The August edition of 'Rock On!!' is now calling in applications from every musician in the Indian music circuit to showcase their work, and stand a chance to be featured on RSJ. Applications open till August 25.
The second season of Project Resound created the collaboration of some of the best names in the Indian music circuit, to create four amazing tracks. We spoke to Karsh Kale about his experience writing 'We All Fall' with guitarist Warren Mendonsa, Hidustani vocalist Ankita Joshi, and sarangi maestro Sabir Khan.
Conceived of as a concept band, featuring both amateur and professional musicians, Friends of Linger is a group that seamlessly fuses their bluesy jazz music with a no nonsense lyrical approach that is simple yet impactful.
Featuring a combination of progressive, metal, and ambient ingredients, Bangalore based band Spectral Insight are hoping to get the recipe bang on with the release of their debut self titled EP.
With a little more than two months to go for this musical extravaganza in the state of Arunachal Pradesh, the organizers of the Ziro Festival of Muisc are promising an exciting affair with artists like Madboy/Mink, The Vinyl Records, Imphal Talkies, The Supersonics already being announced to engage the audiences with their diverse music.
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.
A review of In Hi Ko, the new EP by Delhi's Chudail Step producer/composer Lifafa.
Some of our favourite rockstars, the ones we thought had departed far too early, have actually been alive all this while and been super active on Twitter. We managed to find their secret Twitter accounts on the dark web and have posted them here for you.
A review of How Are You? We Are Fine, Thank You by Bangalore's folk metal outfit The Down Troddence.
A review of Intersections by The Bodhisattwa Trio.
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.
The Dewarists, a super-popular crossover TV show which finds that common place between music, travel, and collaborations, returns for its third season. The show airs every Sunday at 8 PM on MTV and every day of the week on YouTube. Here's our review of the fifth episode of the season, featuring a collaboration between Hindi pop-rock band Euphoria and Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts, a dance troupe founded by Jayachandran Palazhy.