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Frantik Krantik

Frantik Krantik's music uses sounds from all around you that you don't ever hear

He is working on his EP Surface Tension, which is a collection of his music and ideas. It started with a college project that he did where he needed to record sounds from around the city

Published on 8th November 2018
Nirvana

Beyond bistros: Nirvana Bistro in Hyderabad serves homely food and also promoting arts and music 

Kapil Kanchibotla, Co-founder of Nirvana Bistro, Hyderabad, talks to us about his six month-old space

Published on 5th November 2018
Kerala Band V minors

Why Kerala band V Minor's cover of Radioactive caught the attention of Imagine Dragons

This seven-piece band primarily works with English and Bollywood tracks and gives a desi twist to the popular numbers

Published on 23rd October 2018
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News, music, stories and other diverse podcasts are available on Hubhopper for you to tune into

There are 26 people who are working with Hubhopper and help curate the podcasts 

 

Published on 28th October 2018
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Post the success of their album Believe, When Chai Met Toast is touring the country with the music of hope

In the thick of their Road to Believe tour, When Chai Met Toast's Ashwin Gopakumar and Achyuth Jaigopal talk about their music and the story of the band

Published on 12th October 2018
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At 13, Sreya Jayadeep from Kerala has stirred up a real storm in the music industry

Sreya  Jayadeep  has a very distinctive voice and shows exemplary flair and control for her age. Most importantly, she appears to retain her composure when singing at major competitions and events

Published on 26th September 2018
Classical music lessons on your phone

Why it makes sense to take classical music lessons on your phone using an app like Riyaz 

The app lets you track your progress in real-time and compare and analyse where you went wrong, besides giving you access to gurus you can only dream of training under 

Published on 24th September 2018
Concert in the dark

Concert in the Dark: Why Anil Srinivasan wants every Chennaiite to wear a blindfold on September 28

Pianist Anil Srinivasan's Concert in the Dark will have blindfolded musicians playing to a blindfolded audience. No selfies, no getting up, just a pure experience, aimed at raising funds for the blind

Published on 22nd September 2018
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How a Canadian couple set up a school that teaches Hindustani music to rural kids in Dharwad

Why would a couple from Canada want to set up a residential music school in rural Karnataka? Adam from Kalkeri Sangeet Vidyalaya talks about thier journey so far and future plans for the school

Published on 19th September 2018
Latest Musical Instruments

Is that a nine-stringed guitar? No, it's this Chennai musician's navtar

Vishnu R is hoping to create a new trend in music with this novel innovation, the navtar, a nine-stringed instrument

Published on 15th September 2018
Music campaign - Bonny Andrew

How Bonny Andrews' Kill It campaign is getting India's top musicians to 'jam' the youth out of depression

Kill It, a campaign by Live Jam's founder Bonny Andrews has tied up with a lot of artists across the country, including Sanam. to get youngsters to reach out for help when they're depressed

Published on 7th September 2018
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Why Ricky Kej's Earth Songs are going to be in 1 million textbooks in 2019

Grammy award-winning musician Ricky Kej is out with My Earth Songs which instill in children a consciousness for the environment and all its beings, by being in their textbooks

Published on 19th August 2018
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40 per cent drop out rate at Ghantasala music college for 3 years, academic pressure blamed

The faculty says that the students who join the college don't realise the amount of effort and pressure that each course requires and hence, many of them end up dropping out

Published on 27th July 2018
Techno

This musician just gave the audiences of Delhi 'a concert experience without instruments'

Marcel Zaes presented 'Pulsations' at the Oddbird Theatre in Delhi, which assembled sounds via a computer, altering a varying them to create a 'techno-organic' immersive music

Published on 12th July 2018
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How the visual expression of music has changed through evolving album cover designs

With dramatic stage lighting or chiaroscuro profile shots, prints of their visages made for good cover images

Published on 9th July 2018

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