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Issue: December ’11

  • Soak Up the Sun

    What to do and what you can't do without at the fifth edition of the Sunburn festival.
  • Waiting for the Sun

    We talk to festival-goers—everyone from first-timers to excited second-time explorers, as well as seasoned regulars—about their Sunburn experience.
  • State of Trance

    Electronic dance music is (thankfully) no more just a bastion of the West. Here are some established names as well as some upcoming artists from India who will be a part of Sunburn 2011.
  • House on Fire

    We take a look at some of the international artists scheduled to perform at Sunburn 2011 that you can't afford to pass up.
  • The Best Music of 2011

    Here are 10 very good reasons why you shouldn’t be jaded with music just yet.
  • When the Sun Goes Down

    We kick off our five-day countdown to the fifth edition of Sunburn—the biggest electronic dance music festival in Asia. Here's what you can expect from Sunburn 2011.
  • The Right Kind of Waiting

    Award-winning young writer Aditi Machado talks to us about her writing and what the future may hold for her.
  • Book Review: Death in Mumbai

    Written by Meenal Baghel, the book ably documents the disappearance and murder of Neeraj Grover.
  • No Such Thing as First Class

    A few rules that might save you some time and money when you're flying, and ensure that you don’t miss the last five minutes of the in-flight movie.
  • Parvati Trails

    When the Himachali valley of Tosh parties, all the surrounding mountains party with it.
  • CD Review: Sinema

    An album that throws up a brand new soundscape that is both nostalgic and revolutionary at the same time.
  • Book Review: Hansi

    If Barbie dressed like an early 20th century European country girl, started overdosing on Nazi philosophy, and wanted to marry Jesus, then you would probably get Hansi.
  • Cinephilia: No Orchids for Miss Blandish

    This isn’t the kind of bad film that has become everyone's punching bag over time. Far more humiliatingly, it has just been ignored.
  • U-bends: Nachiketa

    What must have begun as golden pinpricks had turned into monstrous orange tongues, cutting down giant trees like they were brittle winter twigs.
  • Lucky Cheng’s

    I’ll say it again: Drag Queen Cabaret Bar. Sizzle!
  • Live and Loud

    The minds behind the Live from the Console initiative in Bombay speak to us about how they are encouraging fresh independent artists from around the country.

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