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Jennifer Lopez wears only a cape in new photos and internet is shocked she’s as old as Kejriwal. Check out reactions | music

Jennifer Lopez wears only a cape in new photos and internet is shocked she’s as old as Kejriwal. Check out reactions | music

Actor, singer Jennifer Lopez shared a bunch of pictures on Instagram on Wednesday and we are sure she must have expected the reaction that she got for them. The 49 year old Hollywood star posed in nothing but a shimmery green cape for one of the pictures and broke the ...

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Triagart Kangra Valley Festival: The visual appeal of ragas

Triagart Kangra Valley Festival: The visual appeal of ragas

Trigarta refers to an ancient kingdom, nestled in the valley of three rivers of the Ravi Beas and Sutlej. Its capital was in Jalandhar, and it included Kangra, Kullu, Mandi, and perhaps even Multan. The Kangra fort, still extant, was a part of this great kingdom. There are references to ...

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A Kannada pop album on the varied experiences of Bengaluru women

A Kannada pop album on the varied experiences of Bengaluru women

A young girl comes from a small town to a city to earn a living. She falls in love with her colleague, who belongs to a different caste and community than her. The girl’s family wants to marry her off to her maternal uncle, so the girl decides to elope ...

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Kalamandalam Hariharan’s wizardry with the maddalam

Kalamandalam Hariharan’s wizardry with the maddalam

It was the late Thiruvilwamala Venkichan Swamy who redefined the scope and significance of the maddalam, both in Kathakali and in Panchavadyam, in the early decades of the 20th century. Since then, there has been no dearth of talented maddalam players in these two art forms. Most artistes of the ...

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Stories of Ganesha told through music

Stories of Ganesha told through music

An innovative and reflective session titled ‘Ganesha in our music and mythology; was presented by Shravanam at the Art Plaza of Fine Arts Society, Chembur. Shravanam is an initiative by three musicians of Mumbai — Kanchana Manyam, Sidhi Krishnamurthy and Subramanian Chidambaran (Subbu). “We have a treasure trove of teachings ...

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Jazz trivia for the musical soul

Jazz trivia for the musical soul

To go or not to go, that was the question, when I heard jazz pianist Chick Corea would perform at Bal Gandharva Rang Mandir in Bandra later this week. The man has been one of my idols since the early 1980s when I was introduced to the demonic terms – ...

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Masala Coffee to launch first track from its debut album, ‘Kimaya’

Masala Coffee to launch first track from its debut album, ‘Kimaya’

It’s been four-and-half years since the music band Masala Coffee burst into the indie music scene. Several shows, a music video and a few film projects later, the band is ready with its first album, ‘Kimaya’. The first song from the album will be released today evening (November 1) on ...

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‘There is a nod to Chicago,’ says composer Danny Mulhern on ‘What They Had’

‘There is a nod to Chicago,’ says composer Danny Mulhern on ‘What They Had’

When Elizabeth Chomko’s What They Had premiered at Sundance Film Festival this year, audiences and critics alike praised the film which follows the struggles of a family after their matriarch is afflicted by Alzheimer’s. Starring Blythe Danner, Hilary Swank, Michael Shannon and Taissa Farmiga, composer Danny Mulhern layered the narrative ...

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Shaan denies report that he was pelted with stones during Assam concert, says it was one man | music

Shaan denies report that he was pelted with stones during Assam concert, says it was one man | music

Singer Shaan took to Twitter to clarify that he was not pelted with stones during a concert at Guwahati’s Sarusajai Stadium on Sunday as reported earlier, but heckled by one disgruntled audience member. An ANI report claimed that the singer was pelted with stones and paper balls after he sang ...

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The poetic rock rascals – The Hindu

The poetic rock rascals - The Hindu

In August, Chennai artist Amrit Rao and his delightfully titled band, The Madrascals, tread where few independent rock bands do – hosting a full-scale musical adaptation of the songs from his debut album Baemaani. He says, “I wanted to make it a more wholesome live experience.” Where he was previously ...

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