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Ritnika Nayan

It is no longer viable for labels to invest money into artists: Ritnika Nayan

Ritnika Nayan has been an active participant in helping the independent music scene grow strength by strength. She has been at the helm of affairs with her music company, ‘Music Gets Me High’ over 17 years working across continents, having managed an array of incredible talents. From Maroon 5, Nickelback, Counting Crows, Manu Chao, Guns & Roses, Nucleya, Advaita and Jalebee Cartel to name a few, her...
Ritwik Bhattacharya

There`s a fine line between artistic freedom and smut: Ritwik Bhattacharya

Ritwik has been playing guitar since he was five years old. With a Grade 8 proficiency from London’s Trinity College, he has been shaping the independent music scene in Bangalore with his magic on the strings. Winner at the All India Fingerstyle Guitar Competition, he has performed with the likes of Thermal and a Quarter, Vasundhara Das, Willy Demoz, and the Bangalore based fun rock band, Aathma. He currently...

Struggle and pain are mandatory: Diefferent

Although he has started and built a basis for himself as an artiste through Hip-Hop, Diefferent has always striven to take the path that is less-treaded. Today, he likes experimenting with Alternative, Psychedelic and other interesting compositions to draw his own distinctive brand of music.

Radio City Freedom caught up with the versatile performer for a brief chat.

How and...
Luke Kenny

One of the great things about Ganesh festival is that it has always been a universal emotion: Luke Kenny

Actor, Musician and Video Jockey, Luke Kenny has been donning multiple hats with ease for over a decade. But yet the perception of his ethnicity keeps varying among popular opinion. Often mistaken for being a Non-Indian, Mumbai-bred Luke nonchalantly shuts off cynics by speaking in chaste Hindi and Marathi. His omnipresent Indianness is reflective in his latest track, ‘Bappa Ke Waaste’ which...
Nush Lewis

I feel some sort of comfort in sorrow creatively: Nush Lewis

Two roads diverged in a wood, and I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.’ – Robert Frost

Mumbai-based harpist/vocalist Anushka Lewis aka Nush Lewis takes to her prized harp like magicians do with their tricks. The result is nothing short of spectacular. Coupling pensive and articulate verses with soothing strums on the harp, Nush is...
Sharukh Makani

There is a decline in the audience for metal gigs: Sharukh Makani

As the rhythm guitarist of one of the few bands who believe in producing post-hardcore metal, Sharukh Makani of Last Ride Home, is a calm and tranquil soul, with an undying quest to keep his music, relevant. Amidst all the cheer the band is receiving, post the release of their debut album, ‘Signs’, Sharukh indulges with Radio City Freedom for a quick chat.

Why Last Ride Home for a...


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