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Interviews  |  20 Apr 2018

RJ Anirudh and his candid moments with the legends

We may be born in their era or not, but we do look up to them for their art. Their movies are classic but seldom do we get to know about their lives behind the camera. We are talking about the yesteryear actors, who ruled the box-office during their good days.

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Interviews  |  17 Oct 2017

'As Written In The Stars' is about how life played its game to bring us together: Easy Wanderlings

MUMBAI: Pune based Indie band called Easy Wanderlings just released their debut album. The new album As Written In The Stars comprises of eight original songs. Band is currently on a multi-city tour to promote the debut album.

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Interviews  |  03 Oct 2017

I would never call the music on 'This is Us' to be Indian: Siddhartha Khosla

MUMBAI: Singer-songwriter-music producer Siddhartha Khosla has the Midas touch, for anything that he steps into turns gold, just like his band Goldspot.

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Interviews  |  25 Sep 2017

'Uljhi' is special because its mother and daughter song: Purva Mantri

MUMBAI:  Purva Mantri also known as the Indian Shakira is a versatile vocalist and a multifaceted performer.

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Interviews  |  15 Sep 2017

If there is quality thought put into music then it will definitely do well: Abhijit Vaghani

MUMBAI: "The Alchemist possesses the art of gildening but only a Goldsmith can scratch gold from the darkest mines", this wonderful quote perfectly defines music producer- composer Abhijit Vaghani.

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Interviews  |  14 Sep 2017

'Over You' was a long process but it has grown over the years: Hriday Gattani

MUMBAI: The very versatile singer, songwriter and composer – Hriday Gattani is gearing up to woo the audience soon with his first English romantic number Over You.

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Interviews  |  09 Sep 2017

We felt famous for the first time after 'Closer': Chainsmokers

MUMBAI: They felt 'strange' with the fame that came with the popularity of their single Closer, and feel they still have a lot to prove.

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Interviews  |  08 Sep 2017

The Magnets to perform for the first time in India; collaborate with Bollywood Soprano

MUMBAI: The Magnets, A British Capella group, comprising of Nic Doodson (Bass), Callum McIntosh (Baritone), Duncan Sandilands (Bass), James Gibbs ( Tenor ), Matthew McCabe ( Baritone), Ball (Zee) along with the classical - crossover singer Natalie Di Luccio are geared up to

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Interviews  |  06 Sep 2017

Album 'Ird - Grd' is about the things around us: Joshish

MUMBAI:  Joshish, a band of four members, just released its debut album Ird – Grd with eight song and eight art works. The soul stirring songs are  in Hindi – Urdu – lyrical poetry genre bending music with thought provoking illustrations on the lyrics.

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Interviews  |  01 Sep 2017

Focus not on popular, but sound decisions: CBFC chief Prasoon Joshi

MUMBAI: Prasoon Joshi, the newly appointed chairperson of the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), believes there's a need for the censor body and filmmakers to have mutual understanding and appreciation of each one's roles and responsibilities.

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Interviews  |  28 Aug 2017

Paddy Fields Festival's second edition is all about women specializing in folk and fusion

The second edition of the Paddy Fields Festival, which is India’s only complete folk and fusion festival, will be hosted at NESCO on 7 and 8 October. To know more about the festival, we at radioandmusic had a conversation with the NESCO sales and marketing head Anupama Bhalla.

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Interviews  |  18 Aug 2017

Smriti (wife) has been my unwavering support over the years: Nucleya

Red Bull Media House recently made a documentary on the living legend DJ Udyan Sagar popularly known with his stage name Nucleya. The documentary Ride To The Roots is a 30-minute roller coaster ride that introduces the fans to Nucleya’s less known fact.

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