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Issue: November ’11

  • CD Review: Curious Toys

    It’s almost like the Dave Matthews Band and Pearl Jam had a baby in Chennai.
  • A Thousand Fireflies

    Ritika Mittal, founder of the MORA line of clothing, speaks to us about believing in yourself, following your dreams, and knowing when to say no.
  • Living Rooms and Taxi Drivers

    Felix Buxton speaks to us in an exclusive interview about the Basement Jaxx India tour, their creative process, and future plans.
  • Where’s Your Head At?

    Grammy Award winners Basement Jaxx and Imogen Heap headline the Bacardi NH7 Weekender this year.
  • Vox Populi

    A few of our readers spoke to us about their Bacardi NH7 Weekender experience last year.
  • Black Is the Night

    Get ready for another round of sprained necks and missing voices at the Bacardi Black Rock Arena.
  • Soul to Squeeze

    Here's what you can expect from the Dewarists Stage at the Bacardi NH7 Weekender this year.
  • Book Review: 1888 Dial India

    Anuvab Pal's book takes a long, hard look at modern Indian society through glasses coated with exaggeration, irony, and humour.
  • The Great Thirst (Part One)

    When fighting against forces much greater than yourself, and so much beyond your control, there’s only two ways to go about things.
  • Run with the Wolves

    A look at what the Eristoff Wolves Den has in store for festival-goers at the Bacardi NH7 Weekender this year.
  • Weekender Ink

    Sameer Patange shares with us in an exclusive interview the genesis of Tattoo Republic and how the vision of a mega-scale tattoo convention in India materialised.
  • The Second Coming

    Festival founder Vijay Nair talks to us about what it takes to put together the Bacardi NH7 Weekender, India’s happiest music showcase festival.
  • The Cigarettewalla

    Were it not for the fact that his wares were displayed a little too conspicuously, I would have easily mistaken him for an insurance salesman.
  • Walk

    The world makes its own music. And when we try to be in harmony with others, we forget the tune we started out humming.
  • U-bends: Gangotri

    Ganga, borne aloft, wound her way towards her white marble temple where a million iridescent triangles danced wildly.
  • Book Review: The Perks of Being a Wallflower

    A coming-of-age story, there is something about Stephen Chbosky's book that is wildly reminiscent of The Wonder Years.
  • Village Vignettes: Jaani’s Pension

    Against the rural landscape, where time takes on another pace, numbers like age have a way of being forgotten.
  • Courtesy: Conversations

    Wait for the right person, the right backdrop, the right season, the right beverage, the right theme, the right everything.
  • Cinephilia: Guide

    A film that was daring enough to traverse conventional boundaries and present to its viewers a slice of life of a maladjusted lover.
  • Sit Down, Relax

    Irreverent rap geniuses Das Racist talk to us in an exclusive interview about the zombie apocalypse and their debut full-length album Relax.

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