The fifth edition of the Rolling Stone Metal Awards, to be held on June 22 at the Blue Frog in Mumbai, has announced it's list of nominees, and their voting lines open till June 20.
Calling in entries from all independant DIY musicians, IndiEarth offer a global platform for upcoming musicians in the country. The applications are open till May 28. Hurry up.
Calcutta based metalcore band Intoxicate have released their latest single, 'Messiah', from their upcoming debut full length album, Memories, on SoundCloud.
Teamwork Arts presents another edition of Friends of Music featuring a stellar line-up of musicians at the Lodi Garden Restaurant this Friday on May 23.
Sakifo Music Festival hosted at Reunion Island have worked along with IndiEarth and EarthSync to send in an exciting line up of Indian musicians to play at the festival this weekend from May 23 to 25.
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 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.
A memorial concert celebrating the life of Nandu Bhende, a true rock 'n' roll pioneer in India, will be held at the Blue Frog, Mumbai, on May 8.
We spoke to Escher's Knot vocalist, Abijith Rao, about the intertwining sounds and the unbreakable bond of the 'Knot.
Adi & Suhail release their debut full length album, Culture Code Landscape, exploring sounds of fusion.
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 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.
Former Them Clones guitarist Gucci Singh launched his collaborative project, Crazy Weather, with the release of their debut album, Half Life.
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.
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.