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

your chin

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

By the end of 1985, Prince had made 15 albums in seven years. Photo: 'Purple Rain' promotional poster.

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

Menwhopause: Within City Limits

Coming full circle: With the new album, Menwhopause are returning to their DIY roots.

The Delhi rock band are at their cynical and experimental
best on their third album ‘Neon Delhi’

Coachella Calling

State of the Art: Coachella Festival boasts a wide variety of food options from across the region.

Goa-based DJ and producer Anish Sood shares his experience of catching his favorite acts on the first weekend of the desert music festival

Mumbai’s Finest: Hip Hopping in Mumbai

Vocal Support: (From left) Abhishek Dhusia aka Ace, Kinga Rhymes and Nasty Ninja

How an emerging rapper founded the city’s first hip hop crew, Mumbai’s Finest

Cage The Elephant: Brothers Gonna Work It Out

Brad (left) and Matt Shultz in New York, October. Photograph by Pari Dukovic

The Shultz brothers survived drugs, a tough Kentucky childhood and each other to make Cage the Elephant one of the best bands in rock

Aliases Play Mindgames on Second Album

UK prog/tech metal band Aliases.

The UK prog tech-metallers are ready with their new record
‘Derangeable’ which boasts of disturbing artwork by Delhi-
based visual artist Visual Amnesia

Jungli Sher by Divine

  • May 26th, 2016 Radio One Forever Rock presents Tribute to Guns n Roses by 2Blue in Mumbai at Hard Rock Cafe (Worli)
  • May 26th, 2016 Tribute to Porcupine Tree by Fake Plastic Friends in Mumbai at Hard Rock Cafe Andheri
  • May 26th, 2016 Tribute to the Beatles by Livewire in Pune at Hard Rock Cafe
  • May 26th, 2016 Tribute to Green Day by Teemeer and the Cirkles in Gurgaon at Hard Rock Cafe
  • May 26th, 2016 Tribute to Classics by Gary Lawyer in Bengaluru at Hard Rock Cafe

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