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This cover band of Jharkhand is trying to make Santhali music reach other parts of India and beyond

Santhali is one of the 22 languages recognised in the Eighth Schedule of the Constitution. According to the 2011 census, there are 64,69,600 Santhali speakers, which make up 0.63 per cent of the total

Published on 15th September 2021
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This PhD scholar is on a journey to make school children play the parai. This is how

Chandrika Srinivas has been playing the parai for the last six years and has been teaching the ancient instrument to students in Coimbatore. We give it a listen

Published on 15th September 2021
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Rap Keli, Enjoy Madi: How Kannada rap stars are getting Gen Z to fall even more in love with the language

Kannadalli Rap Keli, Nodi, Enjoy Madi is what our Kannada rappers told us. We speak to some of these rap artists who have now set a benchmark for many upcoming rap or indie musicians and artists 

Published on 9th September 2021
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#ThrowdayToday: Heard about Ping? Apple's social media platform. Here's why you haven't

In today's #TBT, we tell you about how the wreck of RMS Titanic was finally discovered and how Apple launched a musical community on iTunes only to close it down in just two years

Published on 1st September 2021
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Delhi University's two-day music festival honours father-son sitar duo who died due to COVID

The two-day ‘Malhar Utsav' that honoured Padmabhushan Pandit Debu Chaudhuri and Pandit Prateek Chaudhuri was organised by the Faculty of Music and Fine Arts and concluded on August 25

Published on 29th August 2021
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Why everyone loves Mangaluru architecture student Frizzell D'Souza's music and lyrics

Architecture student and independent artist and songwriter Frizzell D'Souza speaks to us about how she cut three singles and how lockdown helped her speed up the process of writing songs

Published on 11th August 2021
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Researchers find that the brain can anticipate future when listening to music

Past ideas on how the human brain processes music suggested that musical phrases are perceived by looking backward rather than forward

Published on 20th August 2021
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Actions of a retributive regime: Three years after Bhima Koregaon arrests, over 100 academics pen open letter

A few of the letter's signatories include musician TM Krishna, filmmaker Anand Patwardhan and activist Thirumurugan Gandhi

Published on 18th August 2021
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#ThrowbackToday: When MTV came, saw and conquered television

In today's #TBT, we tell you about the time when MTV was launched and since then, how it has become so much more than a channel that plays just music videos. It has been a harbinger of a new culture

Published on 1st August 2021
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#ThrowbackToday: When the iconic musician Bob Dylan was booed off stage ruthlessly

In today's #TBT, in an attempt to boost your spirits, we tell you stories of two legends. One was a musician who wouldn't let anything keep him down and the other of a legendary short story writer

Published on 25th July 2021
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WhiteHat Jr onboards 800 teachers, launches one-on-one live online piano, guitar classes for children

The platform includes games that improve students' technical skills like sight-reading, pitch recognition, and rhythm skills. It also supports engaging audio-visual aids

Published on 23rd July 2021
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From street gigs to performing on Instagram, Showtime Kochi is helping new performers kick stage fright

The team talks about their journey so far and how they are enabling young artists to take the stage virtually

Published on 21st July 2021
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After music mentorship programme, Madras Christian College sets sight on creating a Music Conservatory for students

The four-hour online programme, that is slated for July 15, will include music production and music theory and is open to anyone interested

Published on 14th July 2021
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From Bharatanatyam to playing the Veena, this online Pallikoodam will help you find your groove. Here's how

The Pallikoodam is an online learning platform that specialises in South Indian artforms like Carnatic music, Bharatanatyam and much more. Check out how it works and pick up an artform today

Published on 14th July 2021
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Is audio a mental health resource? According to 87 per cent millennials, it most definitely is

Spotify's annual global culture and trends report also found that youngsters believe they are relying on streaming platforms to explore and connect with global culture

Published on 14th July 2021

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