Anagha M


Equal parts North and South Indian, Anagha currently lives in Bengaluru. Behind her glasses and uneven fringe, she writes about music, food, culture, books and movies. Though a travel-bug at heart, she can mostly be found be at home with a frayed paperback, a large mug of tea and some light jazz. This hippie-at-heart wishes she was born in the \'60s. She spends far too much time on the internet than is healthy and considers this piece about herself to be the most difficult one she has had to write.

Zaeden talks about how his new album, Genesis 1:1, is a leap of faith 

The singer dropped the album on his 26th birthday

12 Jul 2021

I am moved to tears by the beauty of this music: Stewart Copeland says about his album with Ricky Kej

We speak to both Ricky and Stewart about the new album, Divine Tides 

08 Jul 2021

Celebrate your family's heirloom recipes with this new project by The Alipore Post and recipe journal, Nivaala 

In the spirit of honouring the bond that everyone has with traditional recipes, newsletter The Alipore Post and recipe journal Nivaala have launched a new project called Recipe Postcard Exchange

06 Jul 2021

Jimmy Brown of UB40 takes us through the band's four-decade journey: from Red Red Wine to the new album

The iconic British band UB40’s latest collaborative album revisits its 1986 release, Baggariddim

01 Jul 2021

With A Distant Meadow, singer and producer Sanoli Chowdhury makes her mark in the indie space

The five-track EP is emotively rich and highlights Sanoli’s vocal qualities

30 Jun 2021

Hotel Kali on its debut album and its diverse influences

The band has launched that self-titled, seven-track EP

30 Jun 2021

Jack Garratt on his musical inspirations and how it feels to be back on stage

The multi-instrumentalist is known for his dynamic performance style

22 Jun 2021

In conversation with Malfnktion about his new album, No Dough 

The album furthers his ‘east-meets-west’ aesthetic, but in a more evolved and subtle way

17 Jun 2021

Bengaluru's newst cloud kitchen, Hung-Li, serves up fun takeout boxes of Asian favourites

While the menu may not be anything out of the box (pardon the pun), Hung-Li scores high for interesting packaging and dishing out comfort classics

19 May 2021

Food for immunity: Chef Sarah Edwards on the importance of 'eating the rainbow' and a mindful diet

Indulge speaks to the plant-based chef about how to boost your immunity during these COVID times 

19 May 2021

Aman Jagwani’s upcoming album,This Place, plays with the rules of modern jazz

The Place, as an album, represents the evolution of Aman’s musical arc

14 May 2021

Mother's Day special: Indian musicians' tender and heartfelt tributes to their moms

Our pick of music by Indian independent artistes about mothers, some of whom are gone and some who are far away

07 May 2021

Indie musicians come together to form Citizens COVID War Room; provide verified leads and consultations

The Citizens COVID War Room is helping people across the country with leads for oxygen cylinders, plasma, ambulances and hospital beds

06 May 2021

The Dasgupta Sisters release an album in tribute to their late mother, a classical singer from Kolkata

Manjushree Dasgupta was a Hindustani classical singer from Kolkata who trained under Padma Vibhushan Ustaad Nisaar Hussain Khan Sahib

29 Apr 2021

International Jazz Day: MR Jagadeesh of MoonArra on the new collaborative album, Manouche

Manouche aims to showcase each artiste's culture through their composition

29 Apr 2021

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