Soul and the sound of Aditi Veena a.k.a Ditty
“I really wanted to blend the western culture I was growing up in with the Indian culture at home, and then that grew into a general love for creating music.” – Tesher
Exploring the reminiscence of Sunset by the Vembanad
“Music makes you dream, about what is beyond anything you can see and touch. It’s intangible. In conceptualizing this EP, I have tried to convey the ideas in my mind, the places that music takes me, and hence the name “Mann Tarang” which, in Hindi, means a ‘dream world’.
Of the artform and the act of submitting to it: an exploration of Tajdar Junaid’s What Colour Is Your Raindrop
Baby by GoodMostlyBad
Brij Dalvi and Three Oscillators : zzz
Kanishk Seth: when Sufism meets electronic music.
Roshni by Sickflip and Ritviz, featuring Seedhe Maut: a musical exercise in empathy.
On Raghav Meattle’s “City Life”: An ode to the city that Mumbai once was.
Fantastic, you have reached the end. :)
The Elaborate, Tantalizing Fiction of Babloo Babylon.
Gloria’s Kitchen: A Tribute to the City of Dreams.
Of Subjectivity, Human-ness, and Resolution: Hanita Bhambri’s I Tried
Performance, Artistry, Female-ness and Self Love – Monica Dogra, on Seeing Red
“The idea is always there, in some sense, it’s just up to us to make connections.”
In conversation with David Marion pianist and lead composer, Electrophazz.
When Toronto said “F**CK THAT SH*T”