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Sep 30, 2019
Indian post-rock band aswekeepsearching on their new album, and a fresh minimalist approachIndian post-rock band aswekeepsearching talk to Firstpost about their third album Rooh, taking the band in a new direction, and putting in effort to emotionally connect with listeners.
Sep 04, 2019
How Mumbai’s Mosambi Juice Productions is building distinct visual identities for indie artistsMumbai’s Mosambi Juice Productions is helping create indie artists' visual identities defined through precise aesthetics.
Aug 10, 2019
Shubhangi Joshi on Collective’s debut album Babelfish, taking a leap and working on music full-time with a bandShubhangi Joshi talks about her alt-pop band, which has released their debut eight-track album Babelfish, and working as a full-time musician.
Jul 17, 2019
In Indian music scene, indie acts become tougher to define as lines blur between mainstream and nicheThere 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.
Jun 04, 2019
As Sofar Sounds raises $25 million in funding, musicians call out its poor compensation practicesSofar Sounds has recently been the subject of much online chatter following the news that its parent company has raised $25 million in venture capital funding. The announcement has evoked some sharp reactions from musicians around the world who’ve called out Sofar for paying artistes poorly.
May 30, 2019
Peter Cat Recording Co on new album Bismillah, the band's visual aesthetic and aiming for more than escapismIndie band Peter Cat Recording Co discuss how Bismillah marks the end of an old chapter for them and the start of something new. They also speak about the 'political' nature of their art: To not honestly respond to what's happening around seems strange and hollow to some degree, they say
May 18, 2019
Sofar turns 10: With a decade of music under its belt, the living room gig series has big plans for the futureA 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.
Apr 26, 2019
Ladies Compartment's Aditi Ramesh on the band's creative process, the need for women musicians to support each otherAditi Ramesh, one of the women to start Ladies Compartment, speaks about the story behind the band's name, the woes of being an artist in the indie scene, and what the average jam session is like
Feb 10, 2019
India now has a legit music festival scene, but events' programming must be as innovative as packagingAccording 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
Jan 03, 2019
Patio Unplugged: Wildfire has a feel-good, versatile sound, courtesy its vocalist-guitarist duoFor their session at Patio Unplugged, Wilfire performed two songs, You Called and Shadows