Beth Hart: ‘I Know What Makes Me Connect to My Music’

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The American singer-songwriter discusses her influences, live albums and her upcoming India visit

10 Budding Women Artists You Need To Hear (Part Two)

The Bassic. (From left to right: Sianna Gomes,  Brunelle Jade, Alezzandra Rodi, Aarifah Rebello.) Photo: Courtesy of the artist

They’re playing festivals, releasing records and generally breaking stereotypes. Here are some promising artists we’re digging right now

Big Mountain: ‘India Had a Huge Influence on Reggae in the Nineties’

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The “Baby I Love Your Way” hitmakers on touring India and reggae’s anti-colonialism roots

Skrat: ‘Now We’re Going to Scare People’

It is now certain that Sriram T.T. is the frontman indie music had been deprived of for so long. Photo: Ron Bezbaruah

The Chennai rockers are getting heavier and darker on their fourth full-length album ‘Bison,’ due this summer

Shehzad Bhanji: ‘As an Artist, You Got to Believe in Yourself’

"I’m a firm believer that everything happens for a reason," says Shehzad Bhanji. Photo: Courtesy of the artist

The Pakistani guitarist on his sophomore album ‘Profound Beginnings’ and juggling music and a full-time job in financial marketing

Introducing Rolling Stone India’s Monthly Playlist Series: March

Scroll down to listen to Rolling Stone India's latest Monthly Playlist, featuring handpicked new tracks from the past month.

All the best music from the past month, featuring Kristian Bent, Dirty Jays, Profound, Naezy and more

Goldspot’s Siddhartha Khosla Says Hollywood is Finally Ready for South Asian Artists

Goldspot's Siddhartha Khosla thinks that this is a crucial juncture for South Asians in Hollywood. Photo: Courtesy of the artist

The Indian-American musician on composing music for the most emotional show on television right now

Raftaar: ‘I Need to Set the Right Example’

Raftaar finally feels like he has the power to make a positive difference. Photo: Courtesy of the artist

The popular rapper on stardom, saying no to “cheap, dirty lyrics,” and whether Bollywood’s brush with hip-hop is just a phase

The Midival Punditz: ‘Music is the Least Protected Art Form in India’

The Midival Punditz have watched India's electronic music scene spring up around them since they started out in 1997. Photo: Courtesy of the artist

The New Delhi electronic duo on the country’s flimsy copyright laws, the evolving electronic music scene and why musicians need to fight for their rights

Why Tanya Nambiar is Not Your Regular Girl Next Door

Tanya Nambiar makes sure that all her many side hustles are focused around a microphone. Photo: Courtesy of the artist

The New Delhi singer-songwriter/anchor/voiceover artist doesn’t want you to box her in by genre, or marriage

Mad Turf by Shoals


  • April 29th, 2017 Rodriguez Jr. in Mumbai at Kitty Su
  • April 29th, 2017 Crazy Town + All The Fat Children in Bengaluru at The Humming Tree
  • April 29th, 2017 Aqua Dominatrix in Bengaluru at Koramangala Social
  • April 29th, 2017 Suraj Mani and the Tattva Trip, Shubham Roy in Bengaluru at BFlat Bar
  • April 29th, 2017 Tabea Luisa, Rohan Ganguli in Kolkata at Sienna Cafe, Hindusthan Park



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