21st April, 2019
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Women of Rhythm - Interview with Aditya Prabhu

Did you know that one of the artistes featured in Women of Rhythm Season 3, Mumbai’s Mukta Raste was chosen to teach Sonam Kapoor how to play on the tabla for the movie ‘Padman’ and that Srishty Patidar from a small village Palba in Madhya Pradesh is a world record holder? Two years ago, Patidar broke the world record of 24 hours set by a Mexican girl, by drumming for 31 hours non-stop. The record was recognized by the US based Golden Book of World Records. Did you also know that Charu Hariharan, an Mridangam artiste with a Masters in Psychology decided to leave it for music?
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“Our new video talks about tackling social issues” - Lost Stories

Lost Stories is a name synonymous to India’s dance music scene. In their decade long career, they’ve been one of the first indians to represent the country at the some of the world’s biggest stages like Tomorrowland festival for 4 times in a row. They were ranked at #52 in DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJ List. They began their journey in 2009 and immediately rose to prominence when their first single False Promises and over the years have worked with various international artists. A plethora of their original music includes their debut album ‘Music for the #Generation’
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Ode to Joy – Arinjoy Trio

Year after year, the Mahindra Blues Band Hunt brings Blues bands across the country to the forefront, giving them a platform to showcase their talent. 2018 was no different and saw Kolkata band Arinjoy Trio take the honours. Consisting of three young lads who share a common hunger for the blues, they perform a wide variety of blues music, from old school to contemporary. The band enthralled the audience with soothing blues numbers which included Sky is crying by Elmore James, Honey Hush by Albert Collins, and an original by the band Cold Cold Cold. Arinjoy Trio is an initiative which brings together three people. The band is led by guitarist Arinjoy Sarkar, Sounak Roy on drums and Aakash Ganguly on bass guitar.
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Making India Sing - Clinton Cerejo

From fusing rock and raga, power ballads, Bollywood item songs, to pop and R & B, award winning composer and producer Clinton Cerejo, has done an incredible job as music producer for India’s First Reality Musical #SingIndiaSing offering some killer tracks, in turn carving a sound that is truly his own as Verus Ferreira found out.
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Singing my own Song: Lesle Lewis

As a musician whose songs are hummed by fans belonging to varying generations, 58 year old composer Lesle Lewis has given new paradigms to Indian music scene on a consistent basis.
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Girl Power: Aditi Ramesh

In a short span of time, Mumbai based vocalist Aditi Ramesh has made a remarkable rise in the Indie music scene. The 27 year old exudes girl power wherever she goes, as Verus Ferreira found out.
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Drum Diaries: Gino Banks

The incredibly talented Gino Banks has a resume that reads like a guest list rather than musical Curriculum Vitae. In this day and age of YouTube channels and online drum clinics, Gino maintains a level of proficiency behind the drum kit which is his work station.
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A ‘Burning Love’ for Elvis - Siddharth Meghani

Sporting killer side locks and a deep lung capacity, Siddharth Meghani embodies Elvis Presley to an uncanny degree. Struck by the spirit of ‘The King’ from a young age, this crooning Bandraite who otherwise is a photographer by profession, has quickly made a name for himself all over the country and overseas bringing on a desi version of Elvis. With his close resemblance to Elvis, and his ‘Good Luck Charm’ making him the darling of many a young girl, the 41 year old eligible bachelor has a love of Elvis and strives to keep his memory alive.
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Rock the Bass – Mohini Dey

20 year-old bass prodigy, Mohini Dey, has a lot on her plate. Having worked with MTV for Unplugged Seasons 1 and 2, and Coke Studio 2 and 3, she has already built a very strong network. With A R Rehman, Louis Banks and Ranjit Barot for mentors, she has managed to make her music more play than work.
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Stories from Candyland - Komrebi

New Delhi’s electronic scene just got better and it’s because young lady Tarana Marwah aka Komorebi has slowly made a name for herself, thanks to her fascinating electronica tracks and album ‘Soliloquy’ that is gaining momentum all over. Besides being a songwriter and vocalist, the 20 something lass who left the shores of Vancouver in Canada for a music career in India, brings eccentric beats, layered with harmonic melodies and synth work that allows the listener to traverse new sounds and sonic worlds. On her album, she tells her stories in an intimate and hypnotizing way, almost as if luring us into Candyland, the imaginary realm that the album is set in.
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