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.
Delve deeper into the world of college band music and discover the different faces, shades, and textures of L for Vendetta.
There was a grand ol' DIY gig held on a terrace celebrating Peter Cat Recording Co.'s birthday on March 1. The Delhi Police, despite being uninvited, decided to show up and bust the scene. Here's what happened.
Blackstratblues, Warren Mendonsa’s solo project, is all set to take the Blue Frog, Delhi stage on October 24.
A review of Reverrse Polarity's self-titled debut.
Inch by inch, Frame/Frame has been making waves within the indie community with his bouncy live act and the release of his new EP, Swimmers, accompanied by a music video for 'Pastels'. Here, he talks to Shomi Gupta about the album, the video, playing live "bangers", and recording the flush in his toilet, of course.
SAMAR GREWAL For all the calming, balm-like work it will do on your soul, Tajdar Junaid's
A review of Ambiance de Danse by Amyt Datta.
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
Mumbai’s three-piece experimental jam outfit, The Family Cheese, have released a new video for their track ‘UNIR’, from their debut EP, Stories Of The Places You've Never Been.
Donn Bhat is someone who might ring a familiar tone amongst folk who’ve ardently followed ‘the scene’ for a...
2012 was a great year for Indian independent music, but let’s not forget all the other stuff that we've been digging throughout the year. We begin our roundup of the
Keshav Dhar of Skyharbor writes about Indian bands and the internet in this special column.