British nu-folk outfit Mumford and Sons began their career in 2007.
William Hamilton Bird’s rare book, which notated the beguiling melodies created by the nautch girls and camel drivers of the 18th century, finds its way home through a new British album.
It has been a while since Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy gave us anything rock solid. Time for a different sonic path? Probably.
The arrangements are all euphoric dhols and drums, pounded to perfection.
Almost two weeks after the quake, Pradhan and his band, Adrian & Friendz, have travelled from Kathmandu to Delhi to be a part of the showcase of the song — My friend, though miles separate us — and a music video created by Sherpa.
Neeti Mohan, the voice behind Anushka Sharma’s jazz singer avatar in the upcoming film Bombay Velvet, is hitting all the key notes.
Bombay Velvet is one of the more succinct album in the recent times.
Parvez Sharma’s documentary, A Sinner in Mecca, records his journey to holy city as gay man coming to terms with his religion.
Pakistani ghazal maestro Ustad Ghulam Ali, on his recent concert at the Sankat Mochan mandira and future of ghazal.
A collaborative project between Zurich’s Museum Rietberg and Delhi’s Crafts Museum documents the rare and distinctive musical traditions of the Santals.
Sanjukta Wagh, who won this year’s META for best female actor, on portraying Gandhari and stepping out of her comfort zone.
A packed concert — vocal jugalbandi between Kaushiki and Pt Ajoy Chakraborty — not just met but surpassed expectations
Every song is half-cooked and seems to have been created in a tearing hurry.
India’s only Oscar-winning composer AR Rahman on coming to terms with fame, picking himself up from failure and building bridges through music.
A documentary on AR Rahman tracks his journey in music.
Pianist Utsav Lal on making the blend possible and breaking into the big league.
Why the world of Indian classical music should be indebted to flautist Nityanand Haldipur
The song has also made Uthara one of the youngest playback singers to receive the award in this category.
Switchfoot will perform on Saturday at Hard Rock Cafe, 8.30 pm onwards.
Sukhwinder Singh on winning the National Award for Haider and singing with his heart on his sleeve.
A documentary on Girija Devi takes one through the narrow bylanes of Varanasi and the Purab ang gayaki they have harboured for decades.
The passenger will be spoilt for choice as there are blockbusters, classics, reality shows, music and games that one can choose from.
The reclusive Suman Kalyanpur, the voice that was often mistaken to be that of Lata Mangeshkar, looks back at an almost-famous life
Faiz Ahmed Faiz’s grandson, Ali Madeeh Hashmi, talks about his grandfather’s legacy and the upcoming biography of the revolutionary poet.
Le chal mujhe composed by Bann Chakraborty is easily the best song in the album and has five versions.
Between folk ditties and bhaang ice creams, musicians and a chef recall what made the festival of colours universal.
Classical dancers, Madhavi Mudgal and Alarmel Valli, brought together Odissi and Bharatanatyam to deliver a mesmerising performance
The title track in Kailash Kher and Jyoti Nooran’s voices is a riot and not in a good way.
Playback singer Rekha Bhardwaj on turning composer for the first time and continuing to learn in an age of instant music.
Dharavi’s rap trio, Dopeadelicz, keep it real with songs about running from the Mumbai police, and legalising marijuana.
The album falters in terms of lyrics. However, this is Sachin-Jigar’s most succinct work.
Manjiri Asanare-Kelkar, one of the more promising new voices from the Jaipur Atrauli gharana.
Kejriwal had sung the same song during the swearing-in ceremony on December 28, 2013.
A Swiss theatre production explored the dichotemy between what is said and what is left unsaid.
Neela Vaswani, who won the Grammy for Best Children’s Album, on Malala’s message of peace and finding the emotional truth of the story.
Theatre artiste Shekhar Sen on taking over as Chairperson, Sangeet Natak Akademi and cultivating the arts.