Birthday Special: As Kavita Krishnamurthy turns 64, here's a list of top five songs from the playback singer
Bob Dylan's deal with Sony is separate from his blockbuster publishing sale to Universal
Badal Roy passes away: How the Bangladeshi tabla virtuoso pioneered Indian classical music-influenced jazz albums
Badal Roy, a Bangladeshi tabla player whose drumming propelled East-West fusions for some of the most prominent musicians in and out of jazz, died on Tuesday in Wilmington, Delaware. He was 82.
Meat Loaf burst onto our television screens in 1993 when India's newly liberalised market had just paved the way for cable networks — particularly MTV — to open our world to the experience of consuming music visually.
Grammys, which was originally scheduled for late January, is moved after organisers’ determined there were “too many risks” because of the virus’s latest surge.
Sixty years of The Rolling Stones: How the British band has braved substance abuse and bandmate feuds over decades
Why The Rolling Stones have had the longevity that they have enjoyed is because they are one of the greatest examples of what teamwork can actually produce.
Megan Fox shared video of Machine Gun Kelly taking a knee at the top of a flight of outdoor stairs under the tree where the two say they fell in love in July of 2020
With new album Dawn FM, The Weeknd muses on love, heartbreak, and betrayal with a host of collaborators
One can argue that 2022 has already seen the first addition to those end-of-year lists we will see in December – The Weeknd’s excellent full-length record Dawn FM.
AR Rahman turns 55: 'The unknown always fascinates me. If it didn't, there wouldn't have been a Roja'
"The budgets for films are shrinking, so are the funds to compose music. So my creative vision has to be tailored to suit the altered financial state," said AR Rahman.
On AR Rahman's birthday, here's a list of his recent songs to tune into, from Mimi's 'Param Sundari to Atrangi Re's 'Rait Zara Si'
Nevermind! Spencer Elden's lawsuit of child pornography against Nirvana dismissed: All you need to know about the case
“Spencer Elden has spent three decades profiting from his celebrity as the self-anointed 'Nirvana Baby,'” the judge gave until 27 January to file an amended complaint that addresses the issues raised in the defendants’ motion.
Flashback |Remembering RD Burman's lesser known prowess as a singer, from meditative solos to chartbusters
On his death anniversary, recalling how whenever RD Burman went solo, he made sure it was a song that needed his voice, and no one else's.
Renowned music maverick Rahul Dev Burman who was popularly known as Pancham Da won millions of hearts owing to his unique style of composing music. Here are some of the best songs by RD Burman:
The David Bowie deal includes hundreds of songs spanning the musician's six-decade career, including 'Space Oddity', 'Changes', 'Life on Mars?' and 'Heroes'.
David Bowie was evolution in perpetuum: From his genres to professions, he left behind little to get typified
David Bowie would have turned 75 on 8 January, an occasion that is as good as any to recount the indelible mark he has left on our understanding of creative roleplaying.
2021 in charts: Bollywood scored high with Shershaah hits, rivalled by non-film music, Punjabi hip-hop, K-Pop
As the most played tracks of the year across streaming platforms in India (listed below) shows, the biggest hits are still coming from Bollywood films, even those that did not have a theatrical release.
Sunny Leone's new song 'Madhuban' is just another raunchy club number. Then why reference Radha, and Dilip Kumar's original?
Sunny Leone's music video has incited a storm of outrage among Hindus, specially the priests of Mathura, who have accused the song of hurting religious sentiments. This once, I have to agree that the referential arc of the song is most uncalled for.
If anything, the year has seen albums too short, songs too long, egos too big, and debuts too exciting, spoiling us for choice, and pushing us to redefine our own understanding of an album as we lumbered back onto our post-lockdown lives.
Music documentaries become very engaging storytellers as they draw us deep into a world that we find so familiar because we are music fans, but so unfamiliar because there is only so much that we honestly know.
420 IPC movie review: Low-key but engaging courtroom drama about a middle-class CA caught in financial scam
420 IPC is an engrossing depiction of a world where the line between small finance and big finance – or small scams and enormous ones – isn’t clear, and where it is hard to say who holds the reins of power at any given time.