News of the iconic Linkin Park frontman’s suicide has broken million hearts. A fitting send-off is in order
An ode to R.D. Burman on his 78th birthday
On World Music Day today, millennials express their undying love for music
From dargahs to concert halls to nightclubs – taking stock of the Sufi situation
It’s swing time again. April 30 is International Jazz Day, where’s the party going to be?
Travel to watch and learn to play
From Do Naina Matware to Vakhra Swag…
The American music legend is no more, but his music lives on. Here are seven of his best songs to remember him by.
In a world taken over by the Internet, here is why radio still manages to strike a chord in our hearts.
The Padma Shri recipient shares her thoughts on Indian classical music in the age of millennials.
Co-founder of True School Of Music, Chandy shares valuable insights on music as a career option.
Start 2017 on a musical note with these 5 classical concerts around India
Composer Tanishk Bagchi has received a lot of flak for recreating AR Rahman’s Humma Humma, but he is largely unperturbed by the reactions.
As unbelievable as it sounds, George Michael is no more. But he did leave us with a treasure trove of nostalgia wrapped in his songs. Give these a listen as you cry buckets!
Keshav Dhar, guitarist of indie rock band, SkyHarbor talks to us about the evolution of the band’s sound and more.
No tickets to the gig and feeling poor and left-out? We tell you how to kick start a Coldplay-themed house party with just the right selection of songs.
Amidst an eventful week on the world stage, musical legend Leonard Cohen quietly made his exit. We look back on his genius through 10 unforgettable songs.
Want to make it big as an indie artiste? Ronit Sarkar aka The Awkward Bong shares a few essential tips.
With the indie music scene steadily rising in India, here’s a toast to talented folks producing fine work with little hoopla.
How many songs does a writer need to pen before he deserves the Nobel?
522, to be precise.
Bored of the same old music? Luckily for us, the internet is a bottomless bag of gifts.
Chennai takes its music pretty seriously. Need proof? Check out these bands.
The best places to kick it to drum and bass around the country
Want to catch some great music over drinks in the city? Look no further
These homegrown Indian musicians are blazing the EDM scene with their talent and original sound.