21st September, 2017
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“Not many people know, but I love theatre and acting”: Manasi Scott

Even before the release of her debut album ‘Naach Le’ in 2005, actress, singer, songwriter, performer and now director, Manasi Scott rose to fame and became a national sensation with her terrific live performances. At a time when remixes were the order of the day, Manasi’s originality and sheer power of vocals got her awards and recognition. She has performed in over 2000 shows across the world for which she has also received The Power List Award in 2016. Her performances go well with any occasion from launches, concerts, weddings and shows in any genre that makes her name synonymous with versatility. Her international dubstep single ‘High’ debuted on the European charts and climbed to no 1.
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“Not many Indian artists are doing English music. I’d like to change that” Yatharth Ratnum

The first ever homegrown English language singing show, The Stage, which started as a pioneering step towards bringing English singing talent to Indian television, produced its first ever contestant to win the first ever title when Yatharth Ratnum from Benaras was declared winner. Yathrarth not only got a chance to launch his solo career with Universal Music, but he also won a brand new Renault Duster.
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Our very own Tambourine Man - Lou Majaw

If you’ve attended a live concert of Bob Dylan you can consider yourself lucky…….very lucky. But if you haven’t, here’s Lou Majaw, a respected musician from the northeast who plays everything of Bob Dylan and the driving force behind the annual Bob Dylan birthday celebrations.
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“Our sound is vastly live electronic, but nothing fashionable”: Mad Boy Mink

Mumbai-based funk-nu disco duo, well known for their distinctly unique mash up of electro and funk with old school Harlem swing, consists of Imaad Shah (Bollywood actor Nasruddin Shah’s son) and Saba Azad. With scintillating live gigs at major festivals and soulful performances at underground parties, the duo present a pure and unpretentious love of music in their post-mod electro cabaret experience collection.
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”My debut album is a mix of love and heart-break songs” Nishtha

Delhi based singer-songwriter Nishtha is patiently waiting for a leap in her music career after the release of her debut album 'Minor Epiphany' in February this year. Since dropping the album, she has played at a few venues in New Delhi, and is hopeful that many more opportunities will come her way.
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Indi pop music would not have died if we had taken steps to avoid the influx of Bollywood: Shibani Kashyap

Shibani Kashyap, the Pop-singer from the late-1990s, who moved on to singing in Bollywood films later on, is today a renowned female singer and composer in India. Kashyap started her career by singing the signature tune for AIR FM channel of All India Radio and Amul India. She loves to experiment with music and mostly composes music in Sufi Western Blend. She was first Indian artist to represent India in 1999 for Annual International Music Festival “Azia Dauysy” held in Kazakhstan and in 2000 she released her Sufi album “Nagmagee”.
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“Indiva is short for Indian diva” - Indiva

Indiva is one band who brings you a soulful, sonic journey that blends Hindustani, Carnatic, Elements of Jazz, Classical and World Music. Indiva which is probably the only all Women World Folk Fusion Band from India, is a culmination of women from different walks of life, and like their careers are different Indiva performs in 8 languages viz English, Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, Konkani, Tamil, Kannada, Bengali, Swahili.
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“The idea to write songs can come from any of us” – Rahul Ram

Indian Ocean is widely regarded and one of India’s foremost bands. They have been around for over two decades, and have earned a cult following with their unique sound. Some critics describe Indian Ocean’s music as an amalgamation of Contemporary Rock, Indian classical, jazz, folk music and fusion that integrates themes like spiritualism, activism, environmentalism, the futility of war and mythology.
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Music of the Hills – The Tetseo Sisters

Music has always been rife and rich in the northeastern corner of India. The legendary Bhupen Hazarika and Lou Majao from the days of yore to contemporary favorites like Soulmate, Boomarang, Ambiogenesis, and many others, the lush greens of the North East has consistently produced music that is synonymous with brilliance.
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“We gave our music for free and in return got to be live on stage” Subir Malik of Parikrama.

India’s iconic rock band Parikrama completes 25 years in June this year. Late last year the band recreated their musical journey with an online tee shirt where fans could experience some of the best moments from the band’s amazing journey narrated through the largest collection of personalized tees from the iconic band which was made available on a popular lifestyle digital platform.
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