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Popular YouTube channel Last Cigarette’s suspension raises questions over copyright, monetisation
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Popular YouTube channel Last Cigarette’s suspension raises questions over copyright, monetisation

Active for more than two years, Last Cigarette was run anonymously, curating Indian and Pakistani rock and folk-pop songs by uploading the audio alongside photos, lyrics and poetry stories.

Mahindra Blues Festival 2020 was filled with stellar performances, but it may be time to retire the all-star jam
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Mahindra Blues Festival 2020 was filled with stellar performances, but it may be time to retire the all-star jam

It was heartening to see the proceedings being opened by The Homegrown Blues Collective, an ensemble put together to mark the tenth year of the Mahindra Blues Festival.

Bhayanak Maut on their new track 'Shoreline', exit of two core members: We make music on our terms
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Bhayanak Maut on their new track 'Shoreline', exit of two core members: We make music on our terms

Around 2017 when Bhayanak Maut's vocalists Vinay Venkatesh and Sunneith Revankar left the band, fans wondered how the remaining members decided to continue.

Looking back at a decade of Indian indie music: Hip-hop replaces rock as the biggest genre, Hindi acts rise to the top
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Looking back at a decade of Indian indie music: Hip-hop replaces rock as the biggest genre, Hindi acts rise to the top

Among the most significant developments in the Indian indie music scene over the last decade have been the growth of legit music festivals, and the democratisation of music distribution and marketing through digital platforms and social media. The artists riding the current wave are electronic music producers Nucleya and Ritviz, singer-songwriter Prateek Kuhad and Hindi rock band The Local Train.

The future of the Indian music album: Pop industry increasingly abandons format, though indie artists continue to prefer it
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The future of the Indian music album: Pop industry increasingly abandons format, though indie artists continue to prefer it

The answer to the question 'Is the album becoming irrelevant?', especially in the context of the Indian music industry, is ‘It depends on what kind of artist you’re talking about’

In Indian music scene, indie acts become tougher to define as lines blur between mainstream and niche
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In Indian music scene, indie acts become tougher to define as lines blur between mainstream and niche

There was a time when, if asked to define indie music, many scenesters would simply say that it’s anything “that’s not Bollywood”. This is a simplistic, inadequate and frankly shortsighted definition.

India now has a legit music festival scene, but events' programming must be as innovative as packaging
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India now has a legit music festival scene, but events' programming must be as innovative as packaging

According to industry estimates, almost 25 music festivals are held in India, which is not bad for a country which has witnessed festivals for only a decade

Patio Unplugged: Wildfire has a feel-good, versatile sound, courtesy its vocalist-guitarist duo
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Patio Unplugged: Wildfire has a feel-good, versatile sound, courtesy its vocalist-guitarist duo

For their session at Patio Unplugged, Wilfire performed two songs, You Called and Shadows

Patio Unplugged: The Pinestone Project's Float Through To You speaks of hope amid darkness
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Patio Unplugged: The Pinestone Project's Float Through To You speaks of hope amid darkness

For their session with Patio Unplugged, The Pinestone Project played Float Through To You, a song about healing scars after a battle with one's inner demons

Patio Unplugged: Mumbai-based Rajesh Ravi charms the audience with his wit
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Patio Unplugged: Mumbai-based Rajesh Ravi charms the audience with his wit

For his Patio Unplugged session, Rajesh Ravi presented a song titled Jaageer, about Mumbai's auto rickshaw drivers

Patio Unplugged: Corner Cafe Chronicles borrows from classic rock with '90s Seattle grunge leanings
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Patio Unplugged: Corner Cafe Chronicles borrows from classic rock with '90s Seattle grunge leanings

At its session for Patio Unplugged, Corner Cafe Chronicles played originals Sunday Nights With Rosie and Rochelle

Indie band The F16s on their Asia tour adventures, and upcoming EP 'WKND FRNDS'
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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

Patio Unplugged: Tejas Menon collaborates with Mali to perform originals Come On Love, Population
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Patio Unplugged: Tejas Menon collaborates with Mali to perform originals Come On Love, Population

With the advent and increased use of expensive gadgets, turntables and processors, music in the social media epoch is more of an extension of all that is man-controlled. But Tejas’ music is a sweet escape to the time when melody and words were the real players.

Indie rapper Brodha V on ridiculous demands made by organisers, wanting to rap for a Rajinikanth film
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Indie rapper Brodha V on ridiculous demands made by organisers, wanting to rap for a Rajinikanth film

Brodha V talks about the difficulties of making music videos as an indie artist, and how he would like to create a fragrance that smells like biryani

Bands, DJs continue to survive three years on from Kerala HC curbing entertainment on college campuses
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Bands, DJs continue to survive three years on from Kerala HC curbing entertainment on college campuses

Apart from this ruling, which is strictly adhered to by many Kerala colleges, the negative perception about music has also impacted the success of indie bands

Maalavika Manoj on her latest single Play, and recording with her musician-grandfather for the first time
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Maalavika Manoj on her latest single Play, and recording with her musician-grandfather for the first time

Maalavika Manoj decided to collaborate with her grandfather, who can play the harmonica and harmonetta, because she realised the influence he has had on her style