Gully Life: Behind the scenes of the compelling new documentary that traces the rise of DIVINE
By the end of the 50-odd minute documentary, the parts that resonate most are those pertaining to DIVINE’s personal life
Rolling Thunder Revue: Martin Scorsese's Bob Dylan anti-documentary chronicles famous 1970s concert tour
Rolling Thunder Revue feels more like an anti-documentary of sorts, as Martin Scorsese blends the real with the fake, leaving viewers to be as discerning as possible (or not).
Sofar turns 10: With a decade of music under its belt, the living room gig series has big plans for the future
A decade since it was launched, Sofar — the "living room gig" — has turned into a global presence. "I never imagined that after the first show, with a bunch of friends in a small flat in North London, it would get to where it got to," says founder Rafe Offer.
Multiculturalism and its many tunes
The fear that comes with immigration and multiculturalism forms the core of Korwar’s album
Veins of the underground
Metalheads talk about crowd-funded donations, monetary help from fans and friends, and other things that keep a metal gig going
How Indian rap producers are becoming a sought-after bunch
The spotlight rarely falls on rap producers who pushed India’s current hip hop talents to the front
Control ALT Delete 2019: Inner Sanctum, Tadpatri Talkies perform at 11th edition of crowdfunded gig series
Crowdfunded gig series Control ALT Delete has raised Rs 5 lakh this year. Its line-up includes heavy-hitters, such as Inner Sanctum and Neeraj Arya’s Kabir Café, as well as a lot of fresh talent
Indiegaga festival aims to bring together music and art in Kochi; to feature Dronningen, Anu Cheeran, Pavi Sankar
Indiegaga intends to be an annual travelling festival that kicks off on home ground at Kochi, and then moves to different cities in India, and even overseas to Dubai.
With a career-spanning set, Arctic Monkeys bring their signature sound to Melbourne in a sold-out show
At the first of two sold-out shows at Rod Laver Arena, Arctic Monkeys opened with an unsettling red flash of light and then 'Four Out of Five'.
Meet Dub Sharma, the ace producer behind some of the smash hits on the Gully Boy soundtrack
Dub Sharma, who has been producing music for radio, TV advertisement jingles, musicians and (of course) himself since 2008, says Gully Boy had a first for him
Jungle: Tom McFarland and Josh Lloyd-Watson on 'For Ever', capturing the imagination of their audience
Jungle, best known for their sublime mix of soul, funk, dance and pop that’s half-nostalgic but also refreshing, are in India on the back of releasing their second album For Ever.
Swarathma's Vasu Dixit on pursuing a solo project, exploring the spiritual through songs by poet-saints
Swarathma frontman Vasu Dixit has embarked on a video project called the Vasu Dixit Collective Live Sessions, where he will present compositions by Purandara Dasa and Basavanna
Moongphali, Delhi's latest rock dependables, on transitioning from reworked cover songs to original music
In the fired up world of New Delhi Hindi rock band Moongphali, diversity informs their music.
Indie band The F16s on their Asia tour adventures, and upcoming EP 'WKND FRNDS'
The F16s' guitarist Abhinav Krishnaswamy speaks about the band's first international tour, which includes performances at Hong Kong and the Philippines
Sid Sriram on his upcoming album Entropy, traversing through the worlds of Carnatic, film music
In the run up to his performance at the Echoes of Earth Festival, Sid Sriram talks about the complexities of Carnatic music and his upcoming solo material
From MONO to sleepmakeswaves and Ioish: Your guide to the best of post-rock in India
If there is one new sub-genre you should have become acquainted with in the last half-decade, it’s post-rock.
#MeToo in India: Sexual misconduct in music industry needs to be called out, perpetrators held accountable
India’s #MeToo movement brought to the front more charges of harassment, rape and sexual abuse against women in the country’s music industry.
Bengaluru band Peepal Tree on making multi-lingual rock with their debut album Chetana
Unlike most bands who came together in the last four years, Bengaluru-based Peepal Tree have a lot more experience on their side. More than a decade’s worth, at that
When Chai Met Toast on their new album Believe, finding their footing — and a growing following
Since 2014, When Chai Met Toast have slowly found their footing and gained a following for a sound that recalls a blend of indie faves like Mumford and Sons, The Lumineers and Dave Matthews Band.
Mumbai death metal band Gutslit on how they're navigating their momentous 16-day Asia tour
Asia is a newer market for Gutslit's brand of unsparing death metal that includes nods to grind, slam and more