My Chemical Romance Plots ‘Black Parade’ Reissue for 10th Anniversary

My Chemical Romance live at Reading Festival in 2006. Photo: Andrew Kendall/andrewkendall.com/ Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.5 License.

Band confirms no tour or reunion plans will accompany reissue

Børns: ‘Everything in Music and Art is Cyclical’

The profound philosophy in his lyrics also makes one wonder if Børns is indeed from this generation. Photo by Nikko LaMere

American indie-pop singer Garrett Borns discusses his love for everything vintage and why music and fashion go hand in hand

Album Review: The Ska Vengers Celebrate Dance and Dissent on ‘XX’

The Ska Vengers. Photo: Supreet Bagri.

The Delhi ska/reggae rockers get trippy, heavy and biting on their second album

See Beyonce, Serena Williams Dance in Stark ‘Sorry’ Video

Beyonce in her video for "Sorry" from 'Lemonade'

Simmering black-and-white clip from ‘Lemonade’ released as single

Album Review: Red Hot Chili Peppers’ ‘The Getaway’

Red Hot Chili Peppers. Photo by Steve Keros

Danger Mouse and Radiohead’s producer help out on an adventurous Chili Peppers LP

Album Review: Gojira Go on a Stompfest

Gojira go on a stompfest on their latest album 'Magma'. Photo by Travis Shinn

The French metal band’s latest album ‘Magma’ features an inspiring message, complete with incendiary riffs, to save the world

The Who Blast ‘Quadrophenia’ Film Sequel as Cash Grab

The Who, original line up, performing in Chicago in 1975. Left to right: Roger Daltrey, John Entwistle, Keith Moon, Pete Townshend. Photo: Jim Summaria/CC BY-SA 3.0/ Wikimedia Commons

“This karaoke sequel is totally ridiculous,” said The Who’s manager on the new film

Album Review: Mumbai Metallers Last Ride Home’s Ambitious Journey

'Signs' album artwork

The Mumbai band might identify themselves with post-hardcore but their debut album ‘Signs’ is more modern metal than anything else

Delhi Singer-Songwriter Amartya Ghosh Releases Debut EP

Amartya Ghosh. Photograph by Dhruv Kalra/Captured.

The musician offers introspective ballads with intricate guitars and breathy vocals on the six-track ‘Broken Compass’

‘The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan': Inside His First Classic

Bob Dylan, Aust Ferry, England 1966. Photo: Paul Townsend/Flickr

Dylan broke with folk orthodoxy, recorded his own songs and made a masterpiece

Southern Skies Motel by Farfetch'd


  • July 24th, 2016 Parvaaz in Pune at High Spirits
  • July 24th, 2016 Dawn of the Legion II ft Primitiv, Orion, Anarchy, Killchain, Cruoris, Dead Exaltation in Pune at Anonymous Cafe Bar
  • July 24th, 2016 Fury II ft Rishabh Sitar, Warwan, Zero Gravity, Third Eye Destruction, Myyths in New Delhi at Junkyard Cafe
  • July 27th, 2016 Parvaaz in Mumbai at AntiSocial
  • July 27th, 2016 The Circus, Mosko in New Delhi at Summer House Cafe



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