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Daira, Paradigm Shift, Blakc

Mumbai set to witness a triple treat with the album launches of Daira, Paradigm Shift and Blakc

This weekend, Mumbai braces itself for a musical extravaganza as three of the indie music scene’s biggest forces gear up for their respective album launches.

While rock bands Daira and Blakc arrive with their third albums respectively namely, ‘Itni Jurrat?’ and ‘The Consequence of Feeling’, the Alternative/Progressive/Indian Classical band Paradigm Shift drops their...
Diplo

Diplo to perform in India

Music festival Life In Color (LIC), which is held in countries like China, the US and UK, will debut in India on November 18, and American DJ-record producer Diplo will be a part of it.

The festival will also see artistes like 4B, Divine and Ritviz performing at Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium.

Excited to make their foray into India, Eric Fuller, founder, Life In Color, said in a...
Indian Ocean

Indian Ocean to perform on Teachers Day in Delhi

Indian rock band "Indian Ocean" will enthrall the audiences on Teachers Day on Wednesday in the national capital during the "State Teachers' Award" ceremony organised by the Delhi government, an official said on Tuesday.

The band, formed in 2010, has earned fame across the world for its fusion and rock music. Their song "Arre Ruk Jaa Re Bandey" is popular among the...
Argenil

Bengaluru`s Argenil collaborates with Apache Indian, Yatez

Argenil, an electronic music duo from Bengaluru, have collaborated with reggae legend Apache Indian, UK-based rapper Yatez, upcoming American rapper Eddie and New Delhi-based Hindustani singer Deveshi Sahgal for their debut EP.

Argenil, comprising producer/percussionist Rohit Gandhi and guitarist/DJ Anil Prasad, is known for fusing Indian instruments and music with EDM to create a self-composed genre...
Subir Malik

Indians open to new forms of music now: Subir Malik

Indians are becoming more tolerant when it comes to accepting new forms of music, says Subir Malik, who is one of the band members of Parikrama.

"India is growing (when it comes to accepting indie music). A lot of people now are open to accepting new forms of music. At least musically, we are becoming more tolerant and that is good news," Malik said in a statement to IANS. 
Free Verse Sessions

Todi Mill Social hosts the latest Free Verse Sessions on July 28, 2018

The eighth edition of the Free Verse Sessions will be hosted from 3:30 pm onwards on Saturday, July 28th, 2018.

Taking centrestage this session are spoken word artists, Irfan Tarique Khan and Ramya Pandyan.

Irfan’s poems range from friendship, brotherhood, human nature and devotion. While Ramya’s verses speak about women empowerment, independence and liberation.
Free Verse Sessions

Free Verse Sessions: Your favorite poetry fest by Radio City Freedom is back

Did you miss your favorite on-ground poetry slam? Brace yourselves as Radio City Freedom brings Free Verse Sessions to you again, this weekend.

The seventh edition of the Free Verse Sessions will be hosted from 1:30 pm onwards on Saturday, June 30th, 2018.

Taking centrestage this session are spoken word artists, Jyoti Sabita Yadav, Sanket Mhatre and Dhruv Sharma.
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