London punk-jazz quintet WorldService Project on their influences, obsession with clowns, and second India tour
British punk-jazz group WorldService Project open up about how their name came about, the first records they ever bought and assimilating the influences of the band members.
Kicking off Day Three of Jazzfest 2018 was Tubes and Wires from Germany, headed by Niels Klein. With a combination of woodwinds and electronics, they had a completely unique sound.
Jazzfest 2018: On Day 2, Adrien Brandeis, Rohan Ganguli, Jerome Klein showcase an extensive range of sounds and styles
Day 2 of the Jazzfest brought us a wide range of sounds and styles, from the more traditional to the futuristic.
Jazzfest 2018: Mnd Flo sets the tone for Day 1, Ozma and Supergombo impress with their improv skills
Day one of Jazzfest 2018 was filled with conversations about the direction that this musical genre is taking, as well as an energetic afrofunk performance by Supergombo
Legendary jazz pianist Chick Corea on his five-decade-long career, and the advice he got from Miles Davis
Chick Corea, due to play in Mumbai on 3 November, opens up about his journey from Chelsea to Miles Davis's band to carving his own identity in the jazz scene.
Jawad and Mazhar Khan and Danish Hussain's Dastangoi, the art of storytelling in Urdu at the MTV India Music Summit is a tribute to the legendary maestro Ustad Bade Ghulam Ali Khan
Shujaat Khan's performance at the MTV India Music Summit draws inspiration from the rich legacy of his father Vilayat Khan, Bhimsen Joshi and Ustaad Amir Khan
Robin Barnes, L. Subramaniam, classical exponent Parveena Sultana, Shankar Mahadevan and Suresh Wadkar are among the artist line up at the India Music Summit
Chicago blues guitarist Otis Rush, whose music influenced artists like Eric Clapton and Led Zeppelin, dies at 84
Otis Rush catapulted to international fame in 1956 with his first recording on Cobra Records of 'I Can't Quit You Baby,' which reached No. 6 on the Billboard R&B charts.
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
Igor Butman reaches deep into the jazz song book to play a different collection of tunes for each concert
Danish guitarist, composer and improviser Alex Jønsson chats with Firstpost about his maiden India tour, the crowds at the Jazz India Circuit, his tryst with Indian music and more
On what was possibly the last nippy Sunday evening of the city's winter, a congregation gathered at a swanky south Delhi venue to watch one of the world's greatest living drummers — Dave Weckl — perform the headlining set of Teamwork Arts’ Jazz India Circuit | #FirstCulture
Acclaimed French jazz violinist Didier Lockwood, disciple of the legendary Stephane Grappelli, dies aged 62
Lockwood, who turned 62 on 11 February, died early on Sunday morning. The night before his death, he had performed at Paris jazz venue Bal Blomet.
Jazz India Circuit: Drummer Dave Weckl to headline Delhi edition; perform with Mohini Dey, John Law's Congregation
This concert marks the first time that legendary drummer Dave Weckl will be performing in India
SubraMania's Bindu and Ambi on drawing from traditional legacy and introducing their own musical innovation
SubraMania's Ambi and Bindu on their musical style, refining performances based on the composition of the audience, and being violin maestro Dr L Subramaniam's children
Schumann made a name for himself as a young musician in Berlin's underground jazz and swing scene in the 1930s.
In a career spanning more than five decades, Masekela gained international recognition with his distinctive Afro-Jazz sound and hits such as 'Soweto Blues', which served as one of the soundtracks to the anti-apartheid movement.
According to Honda, the recall will affect 510 units of the premium sedan Accord, 22,084 units of City, and 240 units of Jazz.
An exhibition curated by Prashant Panjiar draws from the personal photograph albums of around a dozen families to recreate together a vivid portrait of the significant Goan band leaders of India’s jazz age