Akala: ‘We Live in a World Where Might is Right’

Akala: "You have to constantly organize, protest and raise the consciousness of people and even then terrible things can happen."

The British MC discusses politics, profiling and the role that artists need to play in the world today

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

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

Kristian Bent: How Goa Finally Got its Most Promising Indie Artist

Kristian Bent's debut serves as his love letter to Goa. Photo: Courtesy of the artist

The 27-year-old musician releases a stellar crowdfunded debut album in a state that doesn’t give a damn about original music

Profound: Riding the Vaporwave

As the maiden release from indie electronic label Knowmad Records, 'fre$h' spent a lot of time getting vetted by several producers before its launch.

The New Delhi producer on introducing India to vaporwave via his brand new EP ‘fre$h,’ finding inspiration in Japanese music and why he’s staying away from live shows

Alankrita Shrivastava: ‘CBFC Needs Lessons in Gender Politics’

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Lipstick Under My Burkha director on why CBFC’s refusal to give her film a certificate is like “telling women to shut up”

Dean: ‘I Don’t Want to Settle for Less’

Photo: Courtesy of the artist

The South Korean R&B artist on why he took the risk of debuting in the U.S. first, the intricate details in his cinematic music and his brand new EP ‘Limbo’

"Tamacun" (Rodrigo y Gabriela) by Shruti Naik & Ashar Kazi


  • March 30th, 2017 Soulmate in Mumbai at Hard Rock Cafe (Worli)
  • March 30th, 2017 Parvaaz in Mumbai at Hard Rock Cafe Andheri
  • March 30th, 2017 Sylvain Rifflet in Mumbai at AntiSocial
  • March 30th, 2017 Mrs. Ippi in New Delhi at Piano Man Jazz Club
  • March 30th, 2017 Monkey Bizness ft Tripp Pilots, Across Seconds in Mumbai at 3 Wise Monkeys



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