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PETRICHOR EP // SHUNYA [REVIEW]

Petrichor (EP) by Shunya

Melbourne based electronic and Indian classical musician Shunya (Bal Singh) follows up from his 0 EP with an explosive enigmatic bedtime experimental mix, Petrichor. Gentle is not the only word to describe this free flowing piece which aims to journey through the transcendence of its eastern electronic flow. Lovereignonus, featuring [...]

March 9, 2014 minesh patel Reviews 0

SAPTAK SCHOOL OF MUSIC 34TH ANNUAL MUSIC FESTIVAL [1ST JAN - 13TH JAN '14] – Pandit Shivkumar Sharma & Ustad Zakir Hussain [Part 3]

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Kumar Mardur – Vocal Young and talented Kumar Mardur sang a flawless vocal concert. I personally am not a fan of Raga Kedar, but even Kedar sounded beautiful. Belonging to the Kirana Gharana, Mardurs vocal quality, control and ability (to my surprise) was all presented. He is, what I would call, [...]

February 22, 2014 dhruv jogia features, Uncategorized 0

SAPTAK SCHOOL OF MUSIC 34TH ANNUAL MUSIC FESTIVAL [1ST JAN - 13TH JAN '14] – Rashid Thirakwa & Begum Parveen Sultana [Part 2]

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Saptak is the biggest baddest Indian classical festival with the highest reputation. The 13 day festival beginning starting on New Year’s Day is jam packed with top quality musicians and over 50 concerts, with music starting on average at 9pm finishing sometimes 2am or even later many times! And you’d [...]

February 21, 2014 dhruv jogia features 0

Saptak School of Music 34TH Annual Music Festival [1st Jan - 13th Jan '14] – Rahul Sharma & Ramkumar Mishra [Part 1]

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Saptak is the biggest baddest Indian classical music festival with the highest reputation.  The 13 day festival beginning starting on New Year’s Day is jam packed with top quality musicians and over 50 concerts, with music starting on average at 9pm finishing sometimes 2am or even later many times! And you’d think [...]

February 20, 2014 dhruv jogia Reviews 1

DANIEL BATH // Concert & ‘Jewels from the Sky’ Album Review

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It was a chilly evening on 29th June when I made my way down to the Old Parsonage building in Didsbury, Manchester, but that wouldn’t have been the only reason I made my way in haste. This beautiful 19th century building had been recently refurbished by the Council, and was [...]

February 15, 2014 Niraj Davé features 0