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Bruce Springsteen (Photo by Brad Barket/Invision/AP)

'The Boss' Springsteen surprises hometown moviegoers, introduces his new concert film

Bruce Springsteen surprised moviegoers by introducing his new concert film in his New Jersey hometown.

Published on 22nd October 2019
Somebody's Knocking by the Mark Lanegan Band (Heavenly Recordings via AP)

Music review: Mark Lanegan echoes inspired sounds of the '80s in Somebody's Knocking

Can Mark Lanegan lend credibility to the 1980s, that regularly disparaged but nevertheless exciting decade reduced by detractors to plastic keyboards and robotic drums?

Published on 20th October 2019
Dusty by Homeboy Sandman (Mello Music Group via AP)

Music review: Queens rapper Homeboy Sandman redefines Golden Age hip-hop for today

Fresh off last year's ace collaboration with emcee and beatsmith Edan, Queens rapper Homeboy Sandman hits us back with Dusty, a redefinition of Golden Age hip-hop for the now.

Published on 20th October 2019

From the Jonas Brothers to Janhvi Kapoor, everyone's obsessed with Fizzy Goblet's funky juttis

Bollywood is obsessed with Fizzy Goblet, as are we. The footwear brand’s latest collections have caused quite a stir on Instagram and beyond, and we are exploring the line-up

Published on 18th October 2019
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Buzz Kya brings Vir Das' Loved Tour to Hyderabad

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Published on 17th October 2019
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From Wombok Salad to Butter Chicken Biryani, Mishmash offers a little bit of everything

Here's our review of the restaurant in HSR Layout 

Published on 17th October 2019
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Bob Dylan's stream-of-consciousness work Tarantula to be narrated by Will Patton

Bob Dylan's Tarantula, a stream-of-consciousness work first released in 1971, is finally coming out in audio.

Published on 16th October 2019
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Harold Bloom, noted author of Anxiety of Influence and Yale professor, dies at 89

Harold Bloom, whose seminal The Anxiety of Influence and melancholy regard for the old masters made him a standard-bearer of civilisation amid modern trends, died Monday at age 89.

Published on 15th October 2019
Two hands by Big Thief (4AD via AP)

Music review: Two Hands is too good, proves that Big Thief still have much to say

How does the internal manifest itself in the physical? Is it rocking your body to ward off fear? Is it cutting off hair in a redirection of pain?

Published on 13th October 2019
Almost Daylight by Chris Knight (Thirty Tigers via AP)

Music review: Country rocker Chris Knight snarls out an album that's gruff and uncompromising

In his first release in more than seven years, Kentucky-born country rocker Chris Knight has snarled out an album that's gruff, uncompromising and perfect for the times.

Published on 13th October 2019
Sketchbook by Fantasia (Rock Soul/BMG via AP)

Music review: Fantasia makes her latest album Sketchbook a work of art, all her own

If you haven't heard Fantasia's latest singles, there's an easy summary: one's spiritual, another's about sex, and both are worth a listen.

Published on 13th October 2019
Ten by Michael Sweet (Rat Pak Records via AP)

Music review: Ten by Stryper's Michael Sweet is easily one of 2019's best hard rock albums

This album is among the best work Michael Sweet has ever done, and that's saying quite a bit given his nine previous solo albums and extensive discography with Christian heavy metal band Stryper.

Published on 13th October 2019

Chennai gets into a pre-festive shopping frenzy as we gear up for Diwali

Getting into the festive mood, exhibitions, food and an amazing concert by singer Karthik. A glimpse of all of the hottest events from last week...

Published on 13th October 2019
The KNK Project

Review: The KNK Project serves up local dishes from across the country — but with a twist!

Indian flavours served in Western avatars. The KNK Project has our curiosity piqued...

Published on 11th October 2019
Giants Of All Sizes by Elbow (Polydor/Verve)

Music review: Elbow's Giants of All Sizes, a record that dares to envision a brighter future

While there's plenty of heaviness and weariness, the Manchester band's empathy and flair for the hymn-like help alleviate the oppression.

Published on 9th October 2019

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