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Glasgow Based Kapil Seshasayee Catalogues Caste Based Issues Through Debut LP A Sacred Bore

A Sacred Bore — a concept album based around India’s caste system — is a piercing examination of the abusive treatment towards lower caste Indians, aiming to raise awareness of countless barbaric practices still prevalent among South Asian communities both in India and in diaspora

album Sep 14, 2018

By Suhas Thobbi  

With Call The Comet, Johnny Marr Offers Refuge From Political Subterfuge

From creating an alternative universe (poetically speaking) to subtly distancing himself from direct or indirect engagement with politics, Johnny Marr's latest album offers greater insight to Marr 2.0 - or as the writer calls it, his best solo studio effort.

album Jun 25, 2018

By Medha Singh  

Arctic Monkeys And New Fangled Opprobrium: How To Listen To Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino

Just a few days ago, Arctic Monkeys celebrated fifteen years of performing live music. The discography had been widely celebrated, adored, revered until the release of its new album. Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino has invited reviews and opinions like never before - and that's some good news.

album Jun 20, 2018

By Medha Singh  

Listen: Mahesh Releases Come Find Me Off Upcoming EP

The Bangalore based singer-songwriter's bluesy effort from his upcoming EP 'Accept’ sees him expanding from his guitar-and-vocals roots, adding more instrumentation and studio-crafted lush production.

album Jun 14, 2018

By Madhusudan Raman  

Single review: Alive by Yatin Srivastava Project

Prog-rock musician Yatin Srivastava dropped 'Alive', a single off his upcoming album 'Chaos//Despair'. 

album Apr 11, 2018

By Madhusudan Raman  

EP Review: Dreams Of A Thousand Stillness by The Earth Below

The Earth Below’s new EP is unapologetically weird, but fun  

album Apr 02, 2018

By RSJ Staff  

Single Review: Central Park by Nilein

Nilein’s dreamy new track isn’t quite what it wants to be.

album Mar 28, 2018

By RSJ Staff  

Album Review: Is This Biodegradable by Morning Mourning

Delhi’s Morning Mourning brings his own spin to the singer-songwriter scene  

album Mar 25, 2018

By RSJ Staff  

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  

Why we love Dossers Urge -here is a review of the new album!

Indrajit Hazra reviews the new Dossers Urge album

album Apr 18, 2017

By Indrajit Hazra  

New music video release "Lay you down" by Nanok ft. Ray Dee

New music video release by Nanok ft. Ray Dee is pure expression of love and raises the question "why can't it be two girls?" very gracefully.

BUZZ! Dec 04, 2016

By RSJ Staff  

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