Kun, a well written story around the philosophy we all often discuss that is existentialism.
The 9-year-old band Parvaaz that rose to fame in 2012 with their album ‘Behosh’ magnifying it with another album ‘Baran’ in 2014 is now ready with their third album ‘Kun’....read
Gully Boy and the Ever- Changing Hip Hop Landscape of India
Inspired by the lives of Divine and Naezy themselves, Gully Boy is the story of Murad, the son of two working-class parents in Mumbai, who discovers his talent and passion...read
The Elaborate, Tantalizing Fiction of Babloo Babylon.
The musician, who claims to be from Jhumri Telaiya has since a rather expository article on Scroll.in, “broken” the internet, so to speak. With an increasing social presence (he played...read
Gloria’s Kitchen: A Tribute to the City of Dreams.
Mumbai based band Corner Cafe Chronicles released their newest single, Gloria’s Kitchen, earlier this month to positive response. The band features Chinmay Patkar on vocals and the rhythm guitar, Parth...read
Of Subjectivity, Human-ness, and Resolution: Hanita Bhambri’s I Tried
Hanita Bhambri’s newest single, I Tried echoes powerfully, of resolution and resignation. What appears to be, at first hearing, a song very much like the repetitive, solipsistic somnolence of a...read
Performance, Artistry, Female-ness and Self Love – Monica Dogra, on Seeing Red
Monica Dogra’s (of Shaair and Func fame) newest single See Me Now is a explosive, beautifully rendered interplay of gender, dressage, Indian folk traditions and self-love. Monica, who has been...read
“The idea is always there, in some sense, it’s just up to us to make connections.”
The story of Tāl with Shantini and Shalina by Anandita Thakur.read
In conversation with David Marion pianist and lead composer, Electrophazz.
We are Electrophazz from France, from Lyon City. We play a fusion music between Jazz, Soul, Hip hop style. The band is still evolving in the music industry since our...read