Lynn Gunn: ‘The Rock Mindset is Never Going to Die’

(From left) PVRIS' Brian MacDonald, Lynn Gunn and Alex Babinski. Photo: Max Fairclough

American electro-rock band PVRIS’ vocalist discusses their new music, women in rock and the need to speak out on LGBT issues

Nai Palm: ‘There is Pressure to Write Pop Shit and Get a Boob Job’

(From left) Paul Bender, Nai Palm, Perrin Moss and Simon Mavin of Hiatus Kaiyote. Photo: Courtesy of the artist/WILK

Australian soul/funk band Hiatus Kaiyote’s vocalist on Grammys, touring and the current state of the music industry

The Trials of Kendrick Lamar

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How a Compton loner pushed past his dark moments and insecurities to become hip-hop’s most exciting rapper

Pop Stuff: If Van Gogh Had Instagram

Self-Portrait (1889) by Vincent van Gogh, courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. (This is a faithful photographic reproduction of a two-dimensional, public domain work of art.)

Maybe an image of ‘Starry Night’ posted on @therealvangogh would have found its way to a renowned art dealer and granted Van Gogh fame in his lifetime

Jazz Corner: That Damnded Four-Letter Word

The King & Carter Jazzing Orchestra photographed in Houston, Texas, January 1921 by Robert Runyon. Photo: The Robert Runyon Photograph Collection/Wikimedia Commons

Hype and loudness seem to have become the sound of ‘jazz’ in India, pushing the genre away from its African American roots

From the Archives: Bob Dylan – The Rolling Stone Interview

Bob Dylan | Photo Credit: Sony Music

The elusive songwriter goes on the record

Your Chin Goes on Tour to Promote New EP

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The Mumbai electro-pop artist talks about his brand of conversation-based dance music on the four-track ‘Peeping Till It’s Noise’; to gig across five cities starting this weekend

Prince: Remembering the Rock Star, Funk Lord, Provocateur, Genius

Prince's cause of death has been revealed as an opioid overdose after weeks of speculation.

How he created a world – but, in the end, could only go it alone

Threinody To Release Debut Album After 20 Years

(From left) Premik Jolly and Siddharth Naidu of Threinody.  Photo by Sairaj Kamath

The Bengaluru thrash metal band on why it took them so long to release ‘The Toxic Age’

Reggae Rajahs: Reggae in Retrospect

Reggae Rajahs (From left) Raghav Dang, Zorawar Shukla and Amit Rahul. Photo: Courtesy of the artist.

As India’s first reggae collective turn seven, we take stock of how they fueled an interest in the genre

Jungli Sher by Divine

  • June 30th, 2016 Parvaaz in Bengaluru at Hard Rock Cafe
  • June 30th, 2016 SundogProject in New Delhi at Bandstand, Aurobindo Marg
  • June 30th, 2016 Minute of Decay in New Delhi at Hard Rock Cafe
  • June 30th, 2016 Barefaced Liar in Gurgaon at Hard Rock Cafe
  • June 30th, 2016 Lagori in Hyderabad at Hard Rock Cafe

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