Gig Review: Levi’s 501 Day, Mumbai

The beach setting for the Levi's anniversary celebrations served as the perfect complement to the music. All photos: Swaraj Srivastav

Iconic Mumbai venue Razzberry Rhinoceros hosted a pleasant beach-side evening of electronica, rock and pop to celebrate the clothing brand’s 144th anniversary

Gig Review: Backdoors, Bengaluru


Eclectic, intimate sets by Patrick Watson, José González and a stunning tour-closing performance by Steven Wilson

Concert Review: Latin Jazz at NCPA, Mumbai

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Bassist D.Wood, sax player Carl Clements, pianist/keyboardist Karim Ellaboudi and more bring to life exciting polyrhythms and fiesty tunes straight from South America to the National Centre of Performing Arts

Photos: Dualist Inquiry, Madboy/Mink and Kohra at Budweiser MADE Stage, Mumbai

'Madboy/Mink' Imaad Shah, Saba Azad

The three indie acts played their best chops and managed to pull in a thick crowd despite the rains

Dwayne Bravo’s Caribbean Moves in Mysore

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How the West Indies cricketer and singer made the perfect headliner at a college festival

Photos: Undying Inc., Reverrse Polarity and Rishabh Seen Live in Mumbai

Reverrse Polarity at the second edition of metal series Roots in Mumbai. Photo: Bryan Jacob Daniel.

The second edition of metal gig series Roots featured a debut, a comeback and a powerhouse headline set amidst some downpour

Gig Review: Thunderstorm Volume 2

Sahil Makhija of Demonic Resurrection. Photo by Tushar Dhanawade.

The second edition of the Mumbai-based metal gig series saw an underwhelming turnout despite a varied lineup of up-and-coming acts and veteran headliners

Festival Review: Bacardi NH7 Weekender, Pune

Scottish post-rockers Mogwai weaved ambient wizardy during their headlining act on the first day of Bacardi NH7 Weekender. Photo by Himanshu Rohilla.

The sixth edition of the music festival might have drawn flak for its not-so-indie lineup but it managed to pull in quite a happy crowd all the same

Festival Report: Wacken Open Air 2015

Photo by Dirk Behlau/Flickr

A look into what keeps the world’s biggest metal festival going strong in its 26th edition

Festival Report: CultFest 2015

Cannibal Corpse at CultFest 2015 in Bengaluru. Photo: Ashwin Sharma

The first edition of the Bengaluru festival, headlined by American death metal bands Cannibal Corpse and Suicide Silence, almost got rained out but gave fans their money’s worth

Editor’s Pick: “Mighty Horns” by Nasha

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