Anagha M

Biography:

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.

Indian ambient and lo-fi music that you can listen to while you work from home

We round-up some acts that play textural, chillwave and synthwave music 

30 Mar 2020

The new Thermal and A Quarter album is darker, grimmer and more political, and a callback to the band’s grunge roots. Drummer Rajeev Rajagopal tells us more...

Titled A World Gone Mad, the album is described as, "soft and reflective, but also coldly furious"

26 Mar 2020

From mandarin lip balms to bamboo face masks, we round-up some summer beauty essentials

We pick out summer beauty essentials from brands such as Angela Caglia, Aesop and French Girl Organics

23 Mar 2020

From yuzu to watermelon, here’s our pick of flavoured cold brews from across Bengaluru

Cold brewing or cold pressing coffee is a Japanese method in which the grounds are mixed with cool water and steeped overnight

19 Mar 2020

Bangalore Open Air 2020 postponed due to coronavirus

The city's premier metal festival was all set to host bands Marduk, Intronaut and Kalmah
 

11 Mar 2020

Is there a gender bias in Bengaluru's music scene? Here's what four city-based musicians have to say

We speak to Chutney Mary, The Girl From The Sun, Double T and Pardafash

05 Mar 2020

Explore the regional cuisine of Bihar with dishes such as Baggia, Ghugni and Sattu Puris at The Potbelly Divine in Bengaluru 

The restaurant is a must-visit to feast on this lesser-known cuisine of Northern India

05 Mar 2020

Jeff’s at Hotel Royal Orchid will make you revisit Bengaluru's old-school English-style pub culture 

Moving away from just European and Asian offerings, the menu now has a distinct regional inflection

27 Feb 2020

Montreal-based Peter Sagar aka Homeshake brings his textural and dreamy synth pop to Bengaluru

Chennai-based indie pop act JBabe will join Peter 

27 Feb 2020

Labels like Bottega Veneta and Rodo bring back the love for day-time clutches

Clutches are not just for fancy evening dos anymore

27 Feb 2020

Bhuramal Rajmal Surana Johuree combines centuries old traditions with wearable modernity in its new collection

With their new collection, the brand are borrowing from a wearable and versatile aesthetic, that is suited for not just weddings

20 Feb 2020

MIT creates a system that can automatically update Wikipedia articles

This system will reduce time and effort spent by human editors who now do the task manually

14 Feb 2020

Interview: Anoushka Shankar gets candid about her new EP, Love Letters, and how it got her through difficult moments

Not letting her past hold her back, the artiste, armed with her new EP, has now embarked on a worldwide tour, and will stop by to perform in two cities in India

13 Feb 2020

From pink sushi to a strawberry and dragon fruit beer, here’s what to indulge in this Valentine’s Day in Bengaluru

Chefs around town are steering clear of chocolate-covered strawberries and red velvet cupcakes this Valentine’s Day

13 Feb 2020

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