Rahmaniacs hummed ‘Humma Humma’ quite ‘Dil se’

While a group of college students grooved with evergreen ‘Mustafa Mustafa Don’t Worry Mustafa’ and sung along ‘Jadu Hai Aisa Friendship Ka’…a grey-haired couple wipe their tears listening to ‘Ye Jo Desh Hai Tera’…. … More Rahmaniacs hummed ‘Humma Humma’ quite ‘Dil se’

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“We are the hidden heroes of some memorable songs”

“…as a musician I believe that there are two kinds of song – hit song and good song. Not all hit songs might have an archival value. When we were recording Iktaara, we knew that it is going to be a milestone.” … More “We are the hidden heroes of some memorable songs”

Resh and Monica collaborates for Trouble

Multi-talented, multiple award-winning artist Resh has teamed up with one of India’s most accomplished indie pop artist, Monica Dogra for his single, Trouble. The emotionally charged ballad is the third single from his critically acclaimed EP, Who Am I. Talking about the collaboration Resh says, “I’m thrilled to have had the opportunity to work with … More Resh and Monica collaborates for Trouble

It is very challenging to survive in the indie music scene

Says one of the progressive Mumbai based bands Joshish, all set to release their special album Ird-gird, in collaboration with Ustad Dilshad Khan. In a group conversation the band members unveil more about their journey… Arundhuti Banerjee Expressing emotions through music is not an unusual way for youngsters, especially during their college days. It could … More It is very challenging to survive in the indie music scene

“People ask if we know English as we are tribes”  

Says the Nagaland based all girls band Tetseo Sisters, who is making their mark in the world of independent music with their traditional singing. In conversation, they talk about their musical journey, political consciousness and more… Their recent cover song – Marvin Gaye (Acoustic) is gaining popularity on social network sites that features Kenny Rio, … More “People ask if we know English as we are tribes”