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.
With this week's Currents, check out new music from promising artists like Banrap Lyngdoh, Archit & Smit, Pathetic Disillusion, Saravana Gowtham and Benhurmusic.
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.
Monáe’s music is easy yet suggestive and nothing short of inspiring a movement in popular culture for social reform.
On their second record and first full-length album Udne Do, Chaar Hazaari toe the line as much as they also push the boundaries ever so slightly.
A bit of alternative rock and rap to close the weekend with this week's Currents, featuring The Backyard Shrooms, Mizuchi, Naalayak and more.
Founded by producer and multi-instrumentalist Raag Sethi, Compass Box Studio creates a place for independent musicians to hone their chops, film their performances and grow their listener base.
This week's Currents is bit of hard-hitting rock, a tinge of groovy disco and some vulnerability infused electronica.
Flowers & Rainbows by Nikhil Posé is an incredibly innovative look at the painful journey that all of us go through at some point in our lives.