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Project Resound 2 Featuring Karsh Kale

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.

features Jul 28, 2014

By Aditya Varma  

Friends Of Linger: Lingering On Meaningful Issues

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. 

features Jul 28, 2014

By Kabir Upmanyu  

Sifar, And Counting...

Mumbai based alternative Hindi rock band Sifar, have worked tirelessly over the last six years to break out of their 'routine lives' and perfect their sound - which can now only be described as the work of seasoned veterans. We spoke to the band's vocalist, guitarist,and producer, Amit Yadav, about his experience writing, playing, and producing some of the best Hindi rock music the country has witnessed. 

features Jul 17, 2014

By Aditya Varma  

Introducing: Ezzyland

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.

features Jul 11, 2014

By Aditya Varma  

Introducing: Singzu Joint

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.

features Jun 20, 2014

By Aditya Varma  

Rocking Against Environmental Onslaught

Jyaneswar Laishram tells us about his experience watching the Imphal Talkies N The Howlers play at the 'Where Have All The Flowers Gone?' music festival held in Imphal on May 3, along with a line up of great musicians.

features Jun 13, 2014

By Jyaneswar Laishram  

Faridkot Release Their Latest Album, 'Phir Se?'

Delhi hindi electronica pop rock outfit Faridkot released their latest album, Phir Se? on June 4 at the Blue Frog in Mumbai, along with a music video. We spoke to guitarist Rajarshi Sanyal about the band's latest release.

BUZZ! Jun 11, 2014

By RSJ Staff  

How The Overseas Project Push Boundaries

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. 

interviews May 19, 2014

By RSJ Staff  

Songs of Rebellion: A Call From The Down Troddence

The folk metal band from 'God's own country' hope to redefine metal with their narration of history and their debut album.

features May 07, 2014

By Aditya Varma  

The Coiling Of Sounds And Escher's Knot

We spoke to Escher's Knot vocalist, Abijith Rao, about the intertwining sounds and the unbreakable bond of the 'Knot.

features May 01, 2014

By Aditya Varma  

Parikrama Respond to Accusations and Criticism

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.

interviews Apr 28, 2014

By Akhil Sood  

Undying Inc. - A Decade of Destruction

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.

features Apr 24, 2014

By Shomi Gupta  

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