This festival benefitted from the thoughtfulness and foresight brought in by each organiser, all of whom have put up successful events in the past.
Lifafa and the team involved have set a high benchmark for online gigs in the Indian independent music scene.
Peter Cat Recording Co. goes on “Made in India” tour with latest album Bismillah, beginning with a tight set in the city where it all began.
Easy Wanderlings' final show of their tour started as an intimate performance, stayed intimate even as the songs got peppier and chirpier, because of the band’s on-stage presence, palpable friendship and chemistry.
The Grooverz conceptualized their virtual concert Dur-e Sur-e with the Grooverz which captured the energy of a live show and powerful musicianship.
When topics of poverty, impending water crisis, the call to arms and societal revolution are brandished in the faces of an emotionally charged crowd, it can only result in goosebumps and standing ovations at the end.
Despite heavy rain, fans flocked in large numbers to IKEA’s new design lab in South Delhi to listen to JBabe and Homeshake.
At DIY gigs like Slam Dunk, the lighting and sound isn't usually the talking point. A gig like this, in a makeshift venue, with a PA which at times was too loud for the space, with the band and the audience on a level footing, is similar to how punk gigs happen around the world.
Gramrphone paves a new way for artists to stream live audio directly to fans and successfully concludes a virtual concert with Indie label Pagal Haina.