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  • The New Tube Order

    An exclusive interview with Samira Kanwar and Rohit 'P-Man' Pereira, creators of The P-Man Show.
  • Tough on Tobacco Releases Its First Music Video

    Mumbai-based Tough on Tobacco released its first ever music video for ‘Taxi Song’ on Wednesday, August 11, at 12.34 p.m. The song is part of the band’s popular debut album The Happy Goat, which you can download for free at this location. Tough on Tobacco. The band and video crew seem to have had a […]
  • CD Review: /|/|/|Y/|

    With her latest album, M.I.A. does what she's always threatened to do: Declare war on popular music.
  • Download ‘Grab Me’, a new single from Thermal and a Quarter

    This from the ThermalAndAQuarterly newsletter— “True, man, we live in a reality show where the theme is interim panic—interim governments, interim celebrity weddings, interim accommodation arrangements, interim ministerial appointments, interim flood relief… In that spirit, we present our interim website—a sort of pre-final, prenuptial, precursory standby arrangement that precedes the rollout of our final website […]
  • Stupid Ditties 4: Call For Entries

    Indian rock’s favourite ‘unmetal’ compilation Stupid Ditties is back and looking for original, un-metal Indian artists to be a part of the initiative. The fourth edition of the album, titled ‘Awesome Foursome’, will be available for download online, and released as a free CD. Stupid Ditties ‘Awesome Foursome’: Call for Entries. Interested bands can get […]
  • Sahil Makhija: Devilled Eggs and Demonic Omelettes

    The Demonic Resurrection frontman spoke to us about five things he loves to cook for friends and family.
  • CD Review: High Violet

    The National's latest album is recommended for rainy days, autumn, and drinking yourself to sleep.
  • The Ladakh Confluence: No Second Coming?

    It is unlikely that the second edition of the Ladakh Confluence, which was scheduled for July 15-18, will be held this year, as a result of opposition from various local bodies in Ladakh due to the “drugs, western culture and rocking music” that are associated with the festival. The following are excerpts from a letter […]
  • The Magic Dragon

    What do you get when you have nine generations of magic flowing through your veins? Meet the new age P. C. Sorcar.
  • CD Review: Junior

    On her fifth studio album, Kaki King provides the listener with a thoroughly engaging rock record that showcases her delicate-yet-firm vocals.
  • Bob Sinclar Live Today at Hard Rock Cafe, Mumbai

    Grammy Award-nominated producer and DJ Bob Sinclar will be performing live in Mumbai today at Hard Rock Café (Bombay Dyeing Mills Compound, Worli). The gig starts at 9.30 p.m. and the entry passes will set you back Rs. 3,000. The French DJ will also play live tomorrow in Bangalore (UB City Portico).
  • The Future of Online Music

    A rather interesting essay in The New Yorker by Sasha Frere-Jones about the state (and future) of online music — “No one knows what the future of the music business will look like, but the near future of listening to music looks a lot like 1960. People will listen, for free, to music that comes […]
The City Speaks #19

The City Speaks #19

By Jai Undurti and Harsho Mohan Chattoraj
The City Speaks #19