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.

SG Vasudev on how he made his new collection of collages in the midst of the pandemic 

The collection is called Montage Of Memories 

03 Mar 2021

Indulge got a sneak peek into the first chapter of the Bangalore Wine Society. Here’s what it’s all about:

The society, which was initially founded in Hyderabad, has now started a new chapter in the garden city with an aim to further wine culture

25 Feb 2021

Sarod legend Ustad Amjad Ali Khan talks about his new album Navras and his family’s legacy

The album celebrates a range of human emotions through Indian classical ragas

25 Feb 2021

Ozaa offers a Mediterranean escape right in the heart of Bengaluru 

Located on the 12th floor, the rooftop restaurant provides a stunning vista of Bengaluru’s skyline with Cubbon Park and Vidhana Soudha right in front

18 Feb 2021

Exclusive: AR Rahman on his new venture Maajja, the next generation of artistes and his love for K-pop

Maajja is a one-of a-kind platform for South Asian musical talent and aims to give them a chance to take their music to a global audience

17 Feb 2021

Manas Jha on his EP Trifecta, the stories behind the songs and the unique collaborations on it

The album boasts names such as Siddharth Basrur, Keshav Dhar, Warren Mendonsa, Jai Row Kavi and Fuzzculture

11 Feb 2021

Raahi’s new menu brings together modern techniques and local ingredients

Tradition is married with cutting-edge techniques such as controlled pressure and temperature cooking, smoke penetration, salt curing and vacuum drying in the menu 

04 Feb 2021

Black Letters talks about taking the stage after almost a year, and new music 

The band takes inspiration from rock, dream-pop and electronic music, and has released three albums so far

03 Feb 2021

Antariksh collaborates with former Megadeth guitarist Marty Friedman. We speak to the artistes...

Quest is a prog rock song that has influences of funk, metal, Carnatic and Hindustani music

28 Jan 2021

Chef Sanjay Tyagi’s latest venture showcases lesser-known dishes from the North West

Head to Northwest Kebabs & Curry House when you are in the mood for authentic, well-made and off-beat North Indian that goes beyond Butter Chicken

21 Jan 2021

Takar Nabam’s new EP, Red and Yellow, addresses questions of identity 

The EP features a notable collaboration — Brazilian percussionist, Mauro Refosco, who has worked with names such as David Byrne and Red Hot Chili Peppers

21 Jan 2021

JustBe Cafe’s new menu is packed with healthy whole grain and vegan ingredients

IF YOU’RE FEELING a little guilty after last month’s over indulgences, JustBe Cafe’s new menu is just what the doctor ordered

15 Jan 2021

FuzzCulture’s new EP chronicles Arsh Sharma’s experiences of moving to a new city

The sound of FuzzCulture has evolved a lot since its last album Escape To Where You’re Wanted

14 Jan 2021

Spryk’s latest album Apex tells the story of relentless human ambition to reach the top

We speak to the artiste about his influences and more

06 Jan 2021

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