Articles by Aatish Nath
Mar 07, 2019
When I Get Home album review: Solange celebrates blackness and offers a glimpse into her mindWith When I Get Home, Solange wants to celebrate her heritage. This album seems to track, honour and memorialise the black American experience for an audience of black Americans
Mar 03, 2019
With Assume Form, James Blake delivers his most honest musical statement to dateOn Assume Form, James Blake gives listeners the most fully realised statement since bursting onto the scene.
Feb 05, 2019
Araku coffee, a brand from the Eastern Ghats that won acclaim in France, is making its way homeNamed after the region in Andhra Pradesh where the beans are sourced from, Araku coffee has a distinctly French ethos
Jan 19, 2019
Celebrity chef Marco Pierre White on winning Michelin stars, sharing knowledge, discovering India’s culinary diversityMarco Pierre White, who was the youngest (and first Englishman) to be awarded three Michelin stars is in Mumbai for a weekend as part of the fourth annual World on a Plate festival.
Nov 28, 2018
The Secret History of the Future: A podcast that enthralls with stories about technology's past and presentArray
Nov 25, 2018
Steven Spurrier on his memoir, vintage wines and the future of the industry in IndiaLast week, Steven Spurrier, the British wine expert was in Mumbai to release his new book, Wine – A Way of Life.
Nov 23, 2018
Honey album review: Swedish singer Robyn is back with ecstatic escapism and moving lyricsThe lyrics of Robyn's new album Honey oscillate between playful and heart-breaking, and the music spans genres — house, samba and more
Nov 19, 2018
St Vincent's stripped-down MassEducation offers a chance for an intimate reading of her impeccable songcraftSt Vincent's MassEducation takes the songs from last year's neon and latex themed Masseduction and flips them into unplugged dirges that allow listeners to marvel at the underlying songcraft.
Oct 31, 2018
Yves Tumor's Safe in the Hands of Love transcends genres to offer an immersive listenYves Tumor's new album, Safe in the Hands of Love, is a progression, while also serving to take Tumor closer to radio-friendly alt-rock.
Oct 18, 2018
Glenmorangie's Spios: Bill Lumsden on whiskey maker's limited-edition series this yearThis year, for its ninth outing, the private edition, which as Bill Lumsden says, “is an opportunity to experiment, to try and do something different,” sees the malt maker age their whiskey in American casks that once held spicier rye whiskey.