Music Band
Culture  /  Published 20.12.22

City Centre Haldia gives their visitors a musical evening

Rhythms was held in association with The Telegraph where upcoming bands like Bychancely performed...
By The Telegraph

Events  /  Published 03.11.22

That 20s Band brings Miss Ginko to life with their electrifying music

The crowd gathered at the Rash Behari Avenue address to attend the live music session called Secret Garden...
By Sramana Ray

Events  /  Published 28.10.22

Enolation x Pelican Shuffles pulled off banger gigs at Princeton Club

Music lovers turned up in large numbers to cheer on the rock line-up on the Jamsteady stage...
By Urvashi Bhattacharya

People  /  Published 24.10.22

Let’s dance to MaMoGi — a new trio with a twist

With the use of a saxophone, electric bass and drums, the band aims to blend jazz with progressive rock, electronic music and Indian elements...
By Urvashi Bhattacharya

Listen  /  Published 19.10.22

The 1975 performed their hit tune on BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge

Listen in for jangly guitar riffs, crisp vocals and mellow piano chords...


Lifestyle  /  Published 24.09.22

Revisiting Bangla rock bands this Durga Puja

The Telegraph curates an extended playlist for the five days of Puja, incorporating numbers that would take one on a nostalgic tour...
By Agnideb Bandyopadhyay

Music  /  Published 19.09.22

Top five Maneskin gigs

From busking on the streets of Rome, to belting out hit numbers at Lollapalooza, the four-piece band has been on a brilliant steep rise...
By Agnideb Bandyopadhyay

Lifestyle  /  Published 26.08.22

We’re not a band, we’re a family: Blue Mist, as they celebrate 30 years of music

The city band on the unique father-daughter dynamic, memorable moments, the Michael Jackson medley that’s all the rage and more…...
By Lygeia Gomes

People  /  Published 20.08.22

Amyt Datta Electric power quartet tap into a unique sound

The Telegraph chats with Amyt Datta and Sambit Chatterjee about their future plans...
By Urvashi Bhattacharya

Events  /  Published 03.08.22

English band Kryptic gets reborn as a hindi rock band

With their debut gig at Effingut brewpub, the band performed their renditions of popular songs like Dil se, Wake Up Sid, Dil chahta hai and Pichle saat dino mein...
By The Telegraph


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