21st October, 2018
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Work by day, DJ by Night – The Dual lives of the DJs

DJ’s have always had this cool charisma that makes them stand out. But did you know these DJ’s have another life where they are playing complete opposite roles to a DJ.
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Seven All time favorite Bollywood movies

Let’s welcome this Diwali with a big bang –a mixed bag of sky rocketing blockbusters to light hearted romcoms that have ruled our hearts for decades now. Sweeten this festival of lights by watching some dhamakedaar movies on Spuul with your loved ones.
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The marvels of YouTube

Few years back, who would have thought of taking one’s talent online! In fact, many of those who couldn’t utilize the traditional ways to showcase their talent had to let go of their dreams. But the sheer magic of YouTube has now transformed lives of many by not just giving them a platform to showcase their talent to the world but has also helped them to extend their journey further, beyond the web. From being born as a video sharing site, YouTube has today become a platform playing numerous roles in fuelling the aspirations of millions of people, giving fame to those who need while empowering many other socially and economically.
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“You’re not talking about just IPL, or cricket, you’re talking about a festival” - Salim - Sulaiman

The IPL is back and Sony MAX & SIX have roped in renowned musical duo – Salim-Sulaiman to compose the anthem for this magnanimous tournament. The Anthem with words like “dooriyan chod kar…dil se dil jod kar”, stirs up warm emotions that encourages viewers to come together and transcend all barriers to rejoice this season of Pepsi IPL. With a peppy and feet tapping rhythm, the music will surely get the nation to groove in the spirit of festivity.
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The Lost Party: A Festival in the middle of the mountains

For the first time ever, a camping festival took place amongst the scenic beauty of the Sahyadri hill range, an event titled The Lost Party that had music, food and campers all in one place. March 6th ,7th and 8th (for campers only) saw about 5000 people gathered to groove to a galaxy of music artists from the world of EDM to pop, rock, folk, Arabesque and fusion.
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“Kawai is the only piano manufacturer in the world that makes tropical pianos.” Amit Saraogi

Theme Music Company, India’s premium piano distribution and retail establishment, recently launched Shigeru Kawai Pianos in India. The exclusive national distributors for Kawai Pianos in India, Theme Music hosted a launch concert on the 30th of November 2014 at a city hotel featuring celebrated Japanese pianist, Maiko Ami, who played the SK7, a top of the line semi concert grand Piano. Many others from the guests also tried their hand at the concert piano.
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“Even if I am performing I am looking forward to spending the New Year with family and friends”: Shaan

Shaan is no newcomer to the music industry. Beginning in the mid 90’s, he has come a long way releasing many Indi pop albums one after another. From a Bengali album for children along with sister Sagrika when he was five years old, to his taking part in Bollywood films, he has done a lot.
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The Bloomville Saga – camping, music, friends

The all-acoustic music festival, SOS – Spaced Out Spirits, The Bloomville Saga saw a successful combination of music in a camping set up lived up to the audience expectations. In addition to music and camping experience, guests took part in fun backyard adventure in form of a ‘slip and slide’ activity which was enjoyed by the audience of all ages.
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Indian brewed. International flavor.

India is going the international way in terms of music. The Indian sound has not only captivated audiences in the homeland, but overseas market, be it Bollywood music or even Carnatic and Indian classical music. Indian World music has also made a huge impact with some unknown artists taking in the limelight from nowhere.
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K Pop is a new genre to be explored: Seok-gu Jang, Consul General, Republic of Korea.

The K Pop Mumbai regional rounds on the 5th July produced new stars, a few of who will compete in the finals at Delhi on 30th August 2014. This would not have been possible without the support of the Consul General of Korea who has been the driving force behind promoting K-pop. Seok-gu Jang, Consul General, Republic of Korea took a personal interest in promoting modern Korean culture among Indian youth in Mumbai.
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