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EP Review of Just Some by Random Gyan

Ahmedabad-based indie rock outfit Random Gyan released their debut EP Just Some a month ago, and the four-track studio effort is a sophisticated, conscious and successful effort to create a first good impression.

gig Mar 05, 2018

By Suhas Thobbi  

Live Music Arena Review: VH1 Supersonic Puts Money Where Its Mouth Is

Changing your identity to a multi-genre festival is never a cake-walk, but the execution and the turnout suggest Supersonic enjoyed a successful start to the new chapter.

gig Mar 01, 2018

By RSJ Staff  

Rearview 2014: Festival Of The Year

The RSJ staff had a unanimous calling in listing down the festival of the year 2014, for 'Rearview 2014'. So, as we promised here is a review of the 2014 edition of the Ziro Festival of Music, topping off all other festivals with its music, decor, location, and rice beers. 

gig Jan 27, 2015

By Shomi Gupta  

Superfuzz Live at ReRock, Blues, Connaught Place

A review of the Superfuzz show for ReRock at Blues in Connaught Place on January 3, 2015.

gig Jan 09, 2015

By Medha Singh  

13 Moments of Clarity: The Circus & White Beryl Live At Turquoise Cottage

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.

gig May 06, 2014

By Aditya Varma  

The Superfuzz, Fetishizing Nostalgia, and the Future of the Universe

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. 

gig Mar 14, 2014

By Akhil Sood  

Anyone Remember Who Won (At The JD Rock Awards)?

Bhanuj Kappal paid a visit to the JD Rock Awards 2014, only to discover that the whiskey got over far too early. Naturally, he found himself questioning the value and the worth of these awards 'celebrating' indie music. 

gig Mar 12, 2014

By Bhanuj Kappal  

The Bacardi NH7 Weekender - NCR, Nov 30 - Dec 1

The Bacardi NH7 Weekender hit Greater Noida again this year for the NCR edition of the festival. Meshuggah, Nucleya, Mutemath, Scribe, And So I Watch You From Afar, the lineup had it all. The festival also had hot air balloons, gallons of alcohol, a Ferris Wheel, and so much more. Akhil Sood with the full report. Click here for stray observations from the festival.  

gig Dec 09, 2013

By Akhil Sood  

Odds and Ends - Bacardi NH7 Weekender, NCR

There were a lot of little observations that needed to be made at the Bacardi NH7 Weekender, NCR, such as capes, Kailasa, Trilok Gurtu, wrist bands from hell, and lots more. So here they are in full technicolour. Click here to read our full review of the festival.  

gig Dec 09, 2013

By Akhil Sood  

An Ode to Jaga Jazzist

...aka a gig review of a gig that was more than just a gig.

gig Dec 06, 2013

By Akhil Sood  

The Celeste Fest 2013, Mussoorie - Oct 25, 26

A stunning location, some great music, some not so much, rum in the hills, shattered bass drums, and memories of staring down to look at the clouds - the first edition of the Celeste Music Festival, held at the George Everest House in Mussoorie, was a grand success. Aditya Varma was there to witness the ins and outs; below are his thoughts.  

gig Nov 06, 2013

By Aditya Varma  

The Bacardi NH7 Weekender 2013 - Pune, October 18-20

Buckets of alcohol, crumbling ATM machines inside old, old vans, bands playing on top of a bus, the curious incident of the missing bread, "All Star" jams - The Pune edition of the Bacardi NH7 Weekender 2013 had it all, or most of it, really. Akhil Sood writes. 

gig Oct 23, 2013

By Akhil Sood  

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