Taking place every year in Alsisar Mahal in Rajasthan, Magnetic Fields is a three-day micro universe of outstanding music — and of course, incredible festival fashion.
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.
Record labels, management companies must step up to address gender disparity in Indian indie music scene
From the over 80 nominations across the nine music categories in this year’s Radio City Freedom Awards, only six are for solo female artists or female-fronted acts.
The magnet in the video is a powerful neodymium magnet, known colloquially as the Death Magnet.
Glimpses from the performances of artists like Delhi Sultanate and Last Night on Earth at this edition of Magnetic Fields
Magnetic Fields 2018 offered more than just electronic music, though two star attractions were no-shows
The electronic music that played at Magnetic Fields was dance-y, and many artists included popular songs like Saat Samundar and Jimmy Jimmy in their line-up
Music festivals in India, and globally, feature too few female musicians: Can the gender gap be fixed?
There’s no denying that female musicians are underrepresented across the board around the globe — at festivals, on the charts, on streaming platforms and even in the studio as producers
It was not too long ago that only a handful of music festivals were organised in India. There was Sunburn, and then the NH7 Weekender — the go-to events on every music lover's list. Cut to today, when almost every part of India, today, boasts of a music festival. What's prompted so many fests to spring up?
NASA is sending four identical spacecraft on a billion-dollar mission to study the explosive give-and-take of the Earth and sun's magnetic fields.