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.

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On our June playlist: New music by Prabh Deep, Raghav Meattle and Ali Saffudin

Here's what we've been listening to this month 

25 Jun 2020

Malfnktion and Raka Ashok on their debut EP Raaja Beats, and juxtaposing Ilaiyaraaja with bass-driven hip-hop

The EP encapsulates their ‘local flavour with a global sound’ aesthetic

26 Jun 2020

Hoirong's new album is a heartfelt homage to the late Daniel Johnston; frontman Kamal Singh tells us more

We speak to the lead singer of the band about how he discovered the cult artiste and why his music resonates with him so much  
 

13 Jun 2020

Musician Tejas talks about his new single Lead, the upcoming album Outlast, and his love for pop culture

The cover art for Lead really struck a chord on social media with its high fantasy- and sci-fi-inspired style

06 Jun 2020

Venu is a modern exploration of classical ragas by flautist HS Venugopal and producer Sandeep Chowta

The album was released by Sandeep’s label Namma Music

28 May 2020

The All Heart digital festival brings together 41 dancers and genres such as salsa, kizomba and hip-hop

All the proceeds will be donated to the Spreading Hope Foundation

21 May 2020

22 Indian musicians come together for a unique collaborative album, led by Bengaluru-based Oceantied

Artistes such as Oceantied, Pardafash, Yung.Raj and Zokhuma feature on 22-2

14 May 2020

The Common Roots Virtual Music Festival brings together 30 artistes with an aim to help those affected by the pandemic

Grammy award winner Ricky Kej, singer Aabha Hanjura, sitarist Ustad Chote Rahimat Khan, city-based The Chronic Blue Circus, songwriter Abhishek Gurung and many others will perform 

07 May 2020

Raftaar on his latest album, Mr Nair, and how he came to terms with his Malayali identity

It is important to know who you are and where you come from, it gives you a sense of community,” he says

07 May 2020

In conversation with Naari about her new EP, Everything Is Everything

The Berlin-based artiste makes soul, folk, garage-psychedelia inspired music

04 May 2020

In conversation with Disco Puppet about his new EP, Thoughts To Melt To

The artiste speaks to us about his eclectic inspirations and moving away from a technologically-driven approach

30 Apr 2020

In conversation with Sulk Station about their new EP, Dheere/Deewarein

A lot of fans woke up on the morning of April 16, to a pleasant surprise — new music by Sulk Station after more than half a decade

23 Apr 2020

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