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Top Indian music shows of 2017
  The year 2017 was pouring reality shows; there was a mix of new and old. Every leading channel from a Star Plus, Sony TV, Zee TV, &TV and many others used the reality platform to garner viewership......more
Gabriel & Dresden join Vh1 Supersonic 2018 line-up
Vh1 Supersonic has decided on being your candy jar, it's fulfilling your demands. On popular demand, the music festival to be held at Laxmi Lawns, Pune from 9-11 January 2018, had roped in Gabriel & Dresden. .......more
'Mixtape Punjabi' features Gippy and Harrdy; Neha Kakkar raps
It's difficult to not get addicted to T-Series' Mixtape Punjabi. It gradually grows on you and we wouldn't be lying if we'd say that we are liking this more than the first season. It's got the dance beats and the good-looking Punjabi mundas killing it with their looks and voice........more
Practice of free pass must stop: Shalmali Kholgade
Shalmali Kholgade says the emergence of multiple music festivals and growing number of live gigs in India is a positive sign for independent musicians, but the public needs to stop seeking free passes.......more
Mika Singh's 'Old Is Gold' recreates Talat Aziz's 'Phir Chhidi Raat'
Recreation of an old classic is a thing these days, but an attempt at it is not always appealing to the ears. Most recreations even go on to kill the essence of the existing song, but not Old Is Gold........more
Indian music scene has evolved tremendously: Su Real
Suhrid Manchanda, who performs under the Su Real moniker, says India's music scene has evolved tremendously and has gone beyond Bollywood and Hindi pop.......more
Sean Paul excited to headline at Vh1 Supersonic 2018
Sean Paul is excited to perform at the upcoming fifth edition of electronic dance music (EDM) festival Vh1 Supersonic. The Jamaican dancehall rapper-singer is looking forward to be in India again and says he wants to try some 'desi' food.......more
Mika Singh gets this opportunity after 15 years
Guru Gobind Singh's Jayanti, a Sikh festival which commemorated on 5 January this year was celebrated with devotional songs. While most places kept it low-profile, some roped in B-town biggies like Mika Singh to be a part of the celebration......more
Shalmali wants to be 'better prepared' before working with Rahman
Shalmali Kholgade says she wants to prepare herself as a good and worthy musician before working with Oscar and Grammy winning composer AR Rahman.......more
'Bharaari' will give you 'friendship' goals
Zee Music Marathi releases Bharaari from an upcoming movie Looose Control. The track is sung by Rohit Raut, music is given by Mihir Bhatt and lyrics are penned by Sujay Jadhav. ......more

Apple may pull the plug on music download, focus on streaming-only model more

Source: Moneycontrol

Staff left in shock after popular Belfast music shop shuts down with no warning more

Source: Belfasttelegraph

Music4Kids classes offered at Bass Clef School of Music more

Source: 3KRTV

Why The Government Must Support Our Effort To Preserve Britain's Iconic Music Venues more

Source: Huffington Post

Nick Carter accused of having sex with underage girl more
Spears' former house in Calabasas sold for $8.1 mn more
Tinie Tempah's mother inspired his love of fashion more
Bieber, Gomez behaving like 'lovesick school kids' more
Justin Timberlake's robotic alter ego more
Just guesses: Scott on Kylie's pregnancy rumours more
Lana Del Rey sued by Radiohead more
Madonna was too unpredictable for trainer more
Radio City recreates the golden era of music with Kal Bhi Aaj Bhi LIVE in Ahmedabad more
Umphrey's McGee's new album 'it's not us' to be out on 12 January more
Max Styler heats up the New Year with 'All Your Love' more
The first song from 'Kalyanam' trends on YouTube more

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