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Colossal Figures Return to the Stage This Week

Colossal Figures live at the Double Bill in New Delhi in 2016. Photo: Courtesy of the artist

The New Delhi metallers talk about working in earnest on new material ahead of their first show in a year at gigs series Dhatu Drishya Adhyaya

Festival Report: Rock on the Range 2017, Columbus, Ohio

KoRn on day two of Rock on the Range in Columbus, Ohio. Photo: Jason Squires

As much as they tried, untimely cancellations and storm warnings couldn’t beat the U.S.’s biggest rock and metal festival

Steven Wilson’s Next Music Video will Feature “Bollywood Dancing”

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The UK prog rocker turns to intelligent pop and India for inspiration on his upcoming album ‘To The Bone,’ which will be promoted with a music video for “Permanating”

Bhayanak Maut’s Love Letter to Amsterdam

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The Mumbai metallers talk about recording a new set of songs that are inspired from peanut butter, the munchies and more

Watch: Rainburn’s Exuberant New Music Video ‘Merchant of Dreams’

Merchant of dreams

The Bengaluru prog rockers do a show-and-tell of historical personalities and their ideas with help from sketches

Ferry Corsten: ‘People are Done with the Simple Beats’

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The Dutch trance artist on his full-length concept album,
and why it’s time for audiences to move over EDM and
explore new genres

New Music: Bengaluru Metalcore, J-Step, Goan Ambient and more

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This week, we roundup noteworthy releases across the country, from Mumbai rocker Adam Avil to Portuguese-Manipuri folk fusion

Lucy Rose: ‘I Just Needed to Write Songs Naturally’

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The English singer-songwriter on her new album ‘Something’s
Changing’ and playing in theater spaces as part of her
second India tour

Sinjin Hawke & Zora Jones: ‘The Crowd in India Was Freakishly Receptive’

Zora Jones

The Canadian electronic duo who raised the roof in Bengaluru at their recent Boiler Room set might just be returning to the country

Bengaluru Gets the Boiler Room Experience

Boiler Room screen shot

The second Indian edition of Boiler Room x Budweiser ‘Discover What’s Brewing’ came to the south’s favorite venue The Humming Tree, with an audio-visual experience

Editor’s Pick: “Mighty Horns” by Nasha



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