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Apparat Unplugged: In Conversation with Sascha Ring - Part I

AMBIKA MUTTOO As far as interviews go, this one couldn’t get any better. Sascha Ring, better known as Apparat, Gaurav Raina and Tapan Raj of the Midival

interviews Sep 20, 2012

 

Indigo Children Singles Release (Free Download)

After a hell of a long wait, Delhi-based psychedelic indie rockers Indigo Children have finally released two brand new singles. They’re called ‘Jesus was a Mushroom’ and ‘Why Don’t You

features Sep 06, 2012

 

The Indigo Children Singles Review

AKHIL SOOD Avatars of the Delhi-based psychedelic indie/garage sounding band Indigo Children have, at various points, been christened Copperstoned, Superfuzz Bigmuff, The Superfuzz, and The Mars Volta

features Sep 06, 2012

 

The Indian Metalolympic Contingent

To bring you up to speed, you can never spell Metalolympics without LOL, nor can you ignore…

columns Aug 16, 2012

 

Enter Srinivas

YATIN DAWRA  “I think the madness and chaos of the mind makes us do what we want to do.” says Srinivas Sunderrajan, aka Vaas,

interviews Aug 16, 2012

 

The Noob's guide to Old School Metal (Part II)

Part II of our metal dictionary takes you from K all the way to T. From trivia to fun facts to significant historical information to the ins and outs of metal in general, we have everything in this three part series. View part I here.

ODDITIES Aug 13, 2012

 

The Fundamental Question

There’s this really cool thing about us Indians. We’re fools. You can argue about it all you…

columns Aug 01, 2012

 

The Music Subject(ive)

A friend popped up with a thought bubble of a question the other day. 'Best band of all-time?' closely following it up with 'Don't…

columns Jul 16, 2012

 

Album Notes

In the first half of 2012, over 20 Indian indie acts released albums (I’m excluding EPs for the purpose of simplicity and yes, convenience). While…

columns Jul 16, 2012

 

Breaking the Babble

Some wag – may he rest in peace – once claimed that writing about music was like dancing about architecture. Very clever. He's passed…

columns Jul 11, 2012

 

The Beginnings of RSJ

The very first edition of Rock Street Journal, which came out way back in '93. And here it is, in glorious black & white. 

features Jul 06, 2012

 

Keshav Dhar Vs. The Internet

Keshav Dhar of Skyharbor writes about Indian bands and the internet in this special column. 

columns Jul 05, 2012

 

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