Proudly anouncing the winner of July's edition of 'Rock On!!', we present to you, Mame Khan - a voice that has touched souls across the globe. We had the opportunity to speak to Mame, about his music, his home, and the way of the Manganiar.
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.
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.
Yale University a cappella group, The Yale Whiffenpoofs, and alternative fusion duo Adi & Suhail are ready to perform for wnother edition of Friends of Music on July 20 at the Stein Auditorium in India Habitat Centre.
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.
Some of our favourite rockstars, the ones we thought had departed far too early, have actually been alive all this while and been super active on Twitter. We managed to find their secret Twitter accounts on the dark web and have posted them here for you.
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.