Brute Force came together in Pune in 2005. They find common ground both in music and their concerns. Their songs reflect their focus on issues relevant to India and their audiences.
Dhruv Ghanekar began studying Indian classical music at the age of nine. His love with the guitar began while still in school and in a few years he founded Chakraview, a rock band.
The drummer looks back on three decades of metal madness
On touring with Winwood, reuniting with Cream and hanging with John Mayer
One half of the Pet Shop Boys speaks about their new album, their songwriting and their longevity
The singer channels Hendrix, Stones for set of hard rock and raw blues
How does Tonight: Franz Ferdinand depart from your first two albums? I don’t think it’s a huge difference. We had to try and play differently, but mainly for ourselves. We were bored of the way ...
The Piano Man on his new tour with Elton and jamming with McCartney
The ‘Just Dance’ singer on leotards, the first lady and raunchy lyrics
If there's a case to be made for there being a method to madness, it could be found in the complex, often beautiful and somewhat off-kilter sound of this cheeky band.
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