Exclusive Stream: Dreamhour’s Groovy New Synth Pop Single ‘Safe On Your Own’

compressed DREAMHOUR SAFE ON YOUR OWN FINAL ART

The Pune-based producer Debojyoti Sanyal mingles Eighties pop with modern synthpop on his upcoming EP ‘The Unfinished Story of the Unknown Band’

Hear Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Minimalist Funk on ‘The Getaway’

Red Hot Chili Peppers

Propulsive title-track kicks off band’s new LP, out in June

Photos: Fake Plastic Friends Bring Porcupine Tree to Life at Hard Rock Cafe Andheri, Mumbai

Fake Plastic Friends paid tribute to prog band Porcupine Tree at Hard Rock Cafe, Mumbai. Photo by Bryan Daniel.

The newly formed tribute band drew a packed house of over 500 fans of the UK prog band

Sanjoy Deb Channels Indian Roots on New Album ‘Dance Under the Influence’

Sanjoy Deb. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Bangladeshi-American producer on “building a bridge between India and America”, working with Indian artists and making music that lasts

The Strokes Preview ‘Future Present Past’ EP With Two New Songs

Courtesy of RCA Records

Band signs with Julian Casablancas’ Cult Records and releases blistering, Intricate “Oblivius” and eerie “Drag Queen”

From the Archives: Stevie Nicks on Twirling, Kicking Drugs and a Lifetime With Lindsey

Photo courtesy of Eva Rinaldi/ CC  2.0

“Of all the elite bands of the Seventies, we’re the only one touring with the same lineup we had in 1975.”

Watch: Hip-Hop Collective Dreamteam’s First Jam Video

Ankur Johar aka Enkore

Mumbai rapper launches new self-produced live jam series

Rolling Stone India Premiere: Death Metallers In Twilight’s Embrace Release New EP ‘Trembling’

In Twilight. Photo by Marco Zuba.

The band from Poznan, Poland talk about their country’s metal scene and addressing the rise of right-wing politics on their gnashing new three-track release

Lacuna Coil Goes Delirious on Eighth Album

Lacuna Coil. Photo by Alessandro Olgiati

Italian goth band’s Cristina Scabbia on how they channeled madness on ‘Delirium’, going old-school with cassettes and the “constant honking” in India

Stephen King, Cheryl Strayed Sign Open Letter Condemning Donald Trump

Stephen King, Cheryl Strayed and Junot Diaz are among the 400 authors who have lent their name to an online letter condemning Donald Trump. Photo: pinguino k/Flickr

“The rise of a political candidate who deliberately appeals to the basest and most violent elements in society … demands … an immediate and forceful response,” over 400 authors write in letter

Jungli Sher by Divine


  • May 29th, 2016 Bit of Both in Mumbai at AntiSocial
  • May 29th, 2016 Sapta, Man Goes Human in Pune at High Spirits
  • May 29th, 2016 Black Blood 2 ft Albatross, Orion, Asylum, Carnage Inc.,Trinergic, New Bombay Metal Project in Belapur at Cult Lounge
  • May 29th, 2016 Fury ft Dymbur, Eyes of the Martyr, The Last Theory, The Cosmic Truth, Dreamscapade in New Delhi at Mafioso
  • June 1st, 2016 Hard Rock Rising Finale in Mumbai at Hard Rock Cafe Andheri



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