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Jubin Nautiyal on how music defines his life

In the last few years, Jubin Nautiyal has become a name to reckon with, not only in the Bollywood playback sin...

Why 1971 will always be the year of music

Is there a secret to a good marriage? No idea. Does anyone know? It’s a happy accident... like the I-do ...
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Musicians decode the new Maroon 5 album Jordi

Maroon 5’s Jordi is a tribute album, which features names like Stevie Nicks, H.E.R. and Megan Thee Stall...

Jimmy Brown on UB40’s everlasting magic

They are the story of reggae-fuelled stardom. They are masters of turning classics into reggaefied earworms. T...

DJ Michelle scratches her way to fame

What is scratching? Scratching is a technique adopted by turntablists to move a vinyl record back and forth to...

What makes ‘Asha — Help India’ a song of hope

Covid-19 continues to wreak havoc and people are continiously looking for vaccination appointments and, many a...

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Culture  /  Published 21.06.21

Jubin Nautiyal on how music defines his life

During these trying times of the last year or so, music has been the coping mechanism for many of us. Has it been the same for you too? Absolutely! When I found myself in the (first) lockdown, I real...
By Priyanka Roy  in

Culture  /  Published 20.06.21

Why 1971 will always be the year of music

Elton John: Madman Across The Water Rod Stewart: Every Picture Tells A Story Led Zeppelin: Led Zeppelin IV Carole King: Tapestry Joni Mitchell: Blue David Bowie: Hunky Dory Marvin Gaye: What&rsq...
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Culture  /  Published 20.06.21

The moon and six paise

[{"id":1,"type":"text","value":"She churns out the best loitya machh fries, makes a reluctant child finish his vegetables and may even surprise you with a can of beer on your special day. Anjana Sikda...
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Culture  /  Published 20.06.21

Flock, Stock and Barrel

[{"id":1,"type":"text","value":"The birds do not sing anymore in Pakhiralaya. Home of the birds — that is what pakhiralaya means. It is also the name for a bird sanctuary in Gosaba island of Ben...
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Culture  /  Published 17.06.21

Should celebs always protest too much?

Should celebs always have a take, asks an article in The Goods. It mentions a video on TikTok that questioned an influencer’s possible views on the recent Israel-Palestine crisis. “Do you...
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Culture  /  Published 15.06.21

Musicians decode the new Maroon 5 album Jordi

Rolling Stone: A little more escape might’ve been welcome. Variety: What Jordi lacks in cohesiveness, it makes up for with bangers and much-needed good vibes. The Guardian: Pop at its most sha...
By Urvashi Bhattacharya in

Culture  /  Published 13.06.21

Eye. Shadow

The first time Ketaki read The Hound of Baskervilles, she was 10 or 11. “I loved how the solution was found by just intellectualising the whole thing. It was not like Marvel comics or James Bond...
By Manasi Shah in

Culture  /  Published 13.06.21

Interpreters of Maladies

Sukanya Ghosh’s The Calcutta Care Package Calendar, created “hurriedly this January”, was not designed for Poila Baisakh, the Bengali New Year. But with a page each on a dozen legacy...
By Upala Sen in

Culture  /  Published 12.06.21

Jimmy Brown on UB40’s everlasting magic

They are the story of reggae-fuelled stardom. They are masters of turning classics into reggaefied earworms. They are examples of bad-blood brothers. They are a reflection of rock-and-roll living. For...
By Mathures Paul in

Culture  /  Published 09.06.21

DJ Michelle scratches her way to fame

Your dream console: I actually have it! Rane Twelve Turntables and Rane 72 MKII Mixer! ...
By Urvashi Bhattacharya in


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