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Articles labelled ‘Interviews’

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Sex, Drugs, and Tofu

    A peek into the mind of Stefan Kaye, founder and keyboardist of Delhi-based band the Ska Vengers.
  • From Zero to Hero

    The multi-talented Sidd Coutto talks to us about his new solo album Sunny Side Up.
  • The Emerging Comic

    Being a stand-up comedian is no laughing matter. Unless, of course, you're as exceptionally gifted with a microphone in your hand as Neville Shah.
  • Soul Sisters

    20-something-year-old sisters Vishala and Kamakshi Khurana provide an all-natural way to live better and feel healthier through music.
  • Black and White Stories

    An exclusive interview with Pratheek Thomas, author and founder of Manta Ray Comics, a new comic book company that prefers to take the road less travelled.
  • Guilt-Free Green Tees

    An exclusive interview with Diti and Apu, founders of No Nasties, a young company that is contributing to better living conditions for farmers in India through their line of fresh and quirky designer t-shirts.
  • Sugar, Spice, and Everything Nice?

    Madhuri Banerjee, author of bestselling novel Losing My Virginity and Other Dumb Ideas spoke to us about her book, love, lust, and what losing one's virginity might mean to people in India.
  • Her Story

    Actor. Singer. Dancer. Performer. In this exclusive interview, the real Monica Dogra tells her story.

The Tap #25

By Ramya Sriram