The folk metal band from 'God's own country' hope to redefine metal with their narration of history and their debut album.
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.
A review of the self-titled EP by Mumbai's Awkward Bong, aka Ronit Sarkar.
Bombay's favourite crowdfunded gig, Control-ALT-Delete, returns on June 1 at the Blue Frog. Oh, and it's an all-new METAL line-up they're going for this time. Read on to find out more about this initiative.
We spoke to cabaret/bathroom waltz band, Peter Cat Recording Co., about their DIY home gig parties; the line ups, the people, the raid, and the future.
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.
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.
Andrew Lu talks about all things metal happening in India in his all-new metal column: Turn On, Tune In, Drop Dead. Here, he introduces the column and talks about upcoming releases by Scribe and Undying Inc., and how he's looking forward to Bhayanak Maut in a Hell in a Cell!
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.
The amount that (and the speed at which) Shiv Ahuja talks would make one wonder how this guy ever manages to shut up and click pictures. One look at his pictures though, and there's silence: the visuals spring to life in glorious black & white. We catch up with the 23-year-old Delhi photographer as he talks us through his process.
Jamsteady, a series of weekly gigs happening each Friday at Princeton Club, Kolkata, to celebrate and cultivate a movement of independent original music, completes one year on Saturday, November 9. A special all-day festival featuring 13 bands and food and arts and craft stalls has been prepared. Read on for more.
Nischay Parekh has quickly garnered a large fanbase following the release of his debut record, Ocean, an optimistic and pleasant collection of delightful pop tunes driven forth by a perceptive aesthetic of melody, dynamics, and progression. We caught up with the singer, multi-instrumentalist, and composer for a short chat about his songwriting, the process of setting up a tent in his room during recording, and current and future plans.