Beyonce’s ‘Black Is King’ Becomes a Course Subject at Harvard

Beyonce’s full-length visual album ‘Black Is King’ became a subject for a program at The Harvard Museum of Science & Culture. The program, titled ‘Black Is Queen: The Divinie Feminine in Kush’, used songs from ‘Black Is King’ to accompany the course that ‘highlights the unusually high status of women’ in the Nubian Kingdom of

Handpicked Music Releases: March 2021 (India)

While we actually had some live gigs here in India during the months of November 2020 all the way to March 2021, Covid-19 has decided to play spoilsport again and send us back into our homes. The only comfort in this dismay has been the wonderful releases we’ve seen in the past month! Let’s check

With More Than 25 Years On Top, Tiesto’s Legend Continues

To hardcore fans and casual listeners of trance music alike, Tiesto is undoubtedly one of the most renowned and acclaimed DJs on the face of the planet. His legacy knows no bounds as he continues to thrive in his career that spans over two decades. One would imagine that the Dutch-born DJ Tijs Michiel Verwest,

India’s First-Ever Certificate Course in Hip Hop Studies

Following the success of the Bollywood film, Gully Boy, Hip Hop in India has seen a dynamic change, emerging from every corner of the country and spreading like wildfire. While as a genre, Hip Hop consists of signature sounds that function as identifiers, in India, each city has its own style, amounting to releases, rap

The Girl on the Train (2021) Review

Ribhu Dasgupta’s 2021 Bollywood rendition of The Girl on the Train is a mystery crime thriller following the story of Mira Kapoor (played by Parineeti Chopra), a recent divorcee and alcoholic suffering from anterograde amnesia who travels to and fro a certain train route on the daily and fixates on the couple that now lives

Restart Stages— Lincoln Center’s Outdoor Spaces

As part of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s New York Arts Revival, Lincoln Center, which has been non-operating since the Coronavirus pandemic hit in 2020, will create ten outdoor rehearsal and performance spaces in New York City as part of the initiative called Restart Stages, reported Helen Holmes of Observer. Of the organizations that have contributed

How Traveling Changed Me

A profoundly significant and enriching travel experience for me was my first visit, and associated performance, over in São Paulo, Brazil. More from a personal perspective than a professional one, actually. See, here in London, with me being a teenager in the mid to late nineties, a little of the music and movie culture of

Tansen. Announces New Single ‘Broken (Re-Imagined)’

Following the vast success of their sophomore single ‘Rum & Her’, Indian lo-fi and chill-pop bedroom producer Tansen. has returned with the announcement of their upcoming single ‘broken (re-imagined)’ – an original composition by Bangalore-based producer CZA with vocals from Gurgaon’s MusicByRohit. The track is set to release on March 24 on all music streaming

Every Reason Why Billie Eilish Needs To Play India Immediately

Billie Eilish is bringing back the essence of music and artistry. For most pop enthusiasts and daily listeners, the shelf life of their favorite song is usually no more than a week. Superfans are a rare occurrence and Tiktok is where the magic happens. So when a 19-year-old sweeps five GRAMMY awards across top categories

Handmade Hub – a Fully Customized Handcrafted Gift Shop

In 2016, Sakshi Choudhary – a class 11th student from Mumbai – opened an Instagram account to simply showcase some of the handmade works made for her friends and family. There was no intention of selling it initially, it was just an accumulation of her fun creations. Five years later and with more than 11,000


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