25th July, 2017
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Mystique Beats - Celebrating Nine Jewels in concert.

Ever wondered how it must feel to be in the presence of the Navratnas, the Nine Jewels. Well, the audience got a gist of it on a rainy Sunday evening. Perhaps, the Rain Gods decided to descend to witness the performances as well at the Shanmukhananda auditorium in Sion on Sunday evening 16th July.
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Concert Review: Khusrau – Kabir – Across Centuries…

It usually becomes challenging to describe strong personalities and music par excellence. Hazrat Amir Khusrau and Sant Kabir rightly fall in this class. Legends, geniuses, maestros. The Khusrau- Kabir concert was a tribute to these musical and literary giants of their eras. And such is their impact, that time and again, their compositions and poems are relived generation after generation.
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The Omnipresent Raags

The Indian Ocean. No, this isn’t a geography lesson. But it’s the name of one of the earliest fusion bands. They have dabbled in experimental music, bringing together genres like ICM , Indian folk, rock , jazz and so on. A very popular review by a music critic about this band is, and I quote , "Indo-rock fusion with jazz-spiced rhythms that integrates shlokas, sufism, environmentalism, mythology and revolution".
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10 Films to not miss this lifetime

The Indian Movie Channel (TIMC), a multi-entertainment channel is a great platform for the social netizens, to get the latest news, photo gallery and videos of Bollywood on the self-proclaimed website theindianmoviechannel.com. Mentioned below are those 10 iconic movies. If you haven’t watched them yet, hurry up so you don’t miss them!
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Making it big in the Music industry.

The Indian Music industry is mainly dominated by Bollywood. There is a lot of musical talent in the country, but it is difficult for them to make it in this field if they don’t come from a musical background
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To sing or not to sing

The Supreme Court has stated that the National Anthem must be played before the screening of any movie in public theatres. This has caused quite a discordant note among the citizens. Some are for it and some against it.
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Where have all the lyrics gone?

Gone are the days when good lyrics dominated and made a song a great success. Today, songs are more musical and lay a tremendous emphasis on the sound track and special effects. The poetry and words with meaning have been given the back seat. Are words no longer important to a song?
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In Memory of Jazzman Carlton Kitto

The death of Kolkata-based guitarist Carlton Kitto on November 28 comes as a huge loss to the western music scenario in India, especially to jazz. Considered one of the technically most brilliant virtuosos of his time, he earned huge respect not only as a musician but as a teacher.
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Should we ban Pakistani musicians?

Musicians and singers speak to Monarose Sheila Pereira about banning Pakistani artists Anup Jalota, singer says "Yes Pakistani artists should appeal to Pakistan Government to stop exporting terrorists to India if they want to work in India. Art connections will not work anymore. Recently in Pakistan one top qawwali Sufi singer was killed by some terror group. Now peace can be brought only by replying in the same manner. If they can kill musicians in their own country there is no way that music and art can contribute in bringing peace any more."
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Sufism is a state of Mind

Sufi music is the latest trend in the music scenario today. However, its roots go back many centuries. What then is Sufi music? Kavita Seth informs, "Sufismin originated with the spiritual poets and singers like Kabir and Meera Bai. Sufism is beyond religion. It is the core of beliefs. For example, the main fruit is like Sufism and religion is the peel."
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