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Copyright & The Live Streaming DJ: The Current Stance Of Online Platforms On Streaming Recorded Music

Copyright & The Live Streaming DJ: The Current Stance Of Online Platforms On Streaming Recorded Music

The embrace of live streaming came almost as a knee jerk reaction to the cancellation of live shows due to the coronavirus pandemic. Within days of the imposition of lockdowns and restrictions,...

Wild City Singled Out: April 2020

Wild City Singled Out: April 2020

Wild City handpicks the most interesting one-off singles released by artists in South Asia in our monthly feature - Singled Out. If you’d like us to listen to your music, send the relevant info to...

Review: Sandunes Dials Up Emotionality On ‘Spare Some Time’

Review: Sandunes Dials Up Emotionality On ‘Spare Some Time’

Sanaya Ardeshir aka Sandunes has a proclivity (that may even be inadvertent) to do things just differently enough to stand out while not becoming alien to the community around her. From hosting an...

Moving Forward: India’s Live Music Through The COVID-19 Pandemic

Moving Forward: India’s Live Music Through The COVID-19 Pandemic

There’s a part of me that wants to go back to grabbing myself an overpriced beer during some gig at the once-frequented haunts, the very first chance I get. Then there’s a part of me that feels...

Wild City Singled Out: Q1 2020

Wild City Singled Out: Q1 2020

Wild City handpicks the most interesting one-off singles released by artists in South Asia in our monthly feature - Singled Out. If you’d like us to listen to your music, send the relevant info to...

Sonic Discordance As A Study Of Human Absurdity: Hemant Sk's 'Everyone is Content'

Sonic Discordance As A Study Of Human Absurdity: Hemant Sk's 'Everyone is Content'

Hemant Sreekumar's second full-length album is, in many ways, a documentation of the absurdity of human existence. With digitised abstraction and sonic discordance, 'Everyone Is Content' is an...

Review: Whale In The Pond Conceal Grief Within Jubilation On ‘Dofon’

Review: Whale In The Pond Conceal Grief Within Jubilation On ‘Dofon’

“You’d be forgiven for mistaking this sunset as a thing of beauty; it’s anything but. Our kind doesn’t really deserve an ending like this, not after all we’ve done.” The accusatory...

Review: Tarun Balani Is Achingly Vulnerable On Seasonal Affected Beats’ ‘2º’

Review: Tarun Balani Is Achingly Vulnerable On Seasonal Affected Beats’ ‘2º’

Growing up as a millennial in India (I’m talking a decade and a half ago) meant I spent my formative years considering rock, punk and jazz and their various guises to be the only genres worth paying...

Creating Social Spaces That Celebrate & Honour Togetherness: Fieldlines

Creating Social Spaces That Celebrate & Honour Togetherness: Fieldlines

In his exploration of Panchatattva (five elements) — fire, earth, sky, wind and water, and its concepts within a socio-cultural and folkloric context, Komal Kothari wondered how the interpretation...

Spotlight: Manojna Yeluri (Artistik License)

Spotlight: Manojna Yeluri (Artistik License)

Celebrating the immensely talented women enriching our music industry throughout the month of March with our specially curated series of mixes and features, we spoke with Manojna Yeluri, a legal...

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