Delhi based electro rock act Dualist Inquiry, released its latest four track EP, Natural Disasters, online for free download on Bandcamp. We spoke to guitarist and founder, Sahej Bakshi, about the EP and his future plans.
With the recent release of his song 'Ajnabi' on Songdew and Nano Twist Music Premiere, multi-faceted musician Harpreet seems to have climbed one more step in the never ending staircase of achievement in the field of music.
Delhi's resident independent arts and culture fiesta, DIY Day is back for a second edition promising a bigger roster this time around. We spoke to co-founder Ritwik De about his anticipation for the upcoming festival.
A review of punk lo-fi outfit Hoirong's latest album, Dandaniya Apraadh. Speculated to be one of the best new albums to have hit the music scene this year.
Here's a look at the Calcutta-based instrumental dance rock band that has been causing waves with their music, Write In Stereo. We spoke to guitarist Debangshu Roy about the band's current updates.
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.
Coming from the heart of Chennai, Sidharth Ezhilan is a beat maker, rapper, and music producer, whose experiments on fusing hip-hop and electronic music with his own organic groove, resulted in pretty spectacular works of art. We had a chance to speak to him about his music, plans for the future, qualms with paying royalty, and more.
A review of All Ball, the new EP by Mumbai electro-disco-funk duo Madboy/Mink.
The Superfuzz took the stage after a leave of absence spanning six years, with Grammy Winning Effort kicking off the night at Turquoise Cottage in Delhi on March 13. Here's what happened, and what it stood for.
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.
Here at RSJ, we have a tendency of often staring aimlessly at the screen, watching YouTube videos when we're supposed to be working. Especially on Fridays. So we decided to mix work with pleasure in this special feature where we bring you seven unexpected covers by bands we like - covers that came totally out of the blue. Feel free to add your own at the bottom.
It's standard protocol across some public forums to not mix your alcohol with Bhanuj Kappal. But we're not much for rules and all that and so we sent them to the Sky Rabbit gig together. This is the first in a series of adventures.