Kavita Seth talks about her newfound status as a music composer for Mira Nair’s A Suitable Boy, and what went into defining the character to whom she lent her voice.
To understand what you're getting into is important if you're trying to break into the industry explains New Delhi-based singer-songwriter Abhilasha Sinha.
A film seven years in the making, with several of its subjects forgetting that they were ever interviewed, Rockumentary seeks to educate audiences about seven decades of India’s music history.
Kashmiri rapper Ahmer talks about his debut album, Little Kid, Big Dreams, and how he strategised to make sure his message wasn't stifled.
Amanda Sodhi has tried to make full-length albums twice, but never succeeded. Having worked in the industry for so long, she knows the struggle all too well. She now hopes to release one next year, in 2019.
Andrew Sabu has released has released his debut EP SABU on which he attempts to address mental health issues.
“My debut album Perspectives is an attempt to bring together a community of musicians, and their diverse musical sensibilities and work in a space that would allow them to explore their perspective and identity within the context of contemporary Hindustani Classical Music,” says Anirudh Varma
From taking guitar lessons on YouTube to releasing a chart-topping instrumental album = Sutej Singh
21-year old Australian pop singer ASHWARYA’s BIRYANI is left-field pop at its finest, with slinky, infectiously chaotic rhythms over a danceable blend of percussive textures.
“Having a full live set with percussion and violin, it made complete sense for us to capture it. YouTube is full of such concert videos. But I guess, not many Indian acts have thought about doing it”, says Uddipan Samrah.