The very first Supper And Song session with the powerhouse of a singer-songwriter Rabbi Shergill was an absolute riot! We chatted on how he found his sound, our common love for coffee with jaggery, playlists, influences, why people think he’s 'sanaki' (eccentric/ peculiar), his love for yoga and biking, of course new music and a lot more!
A quick drive away from its popular cousin Dubai, the emirate of Sharjah is full of surprises. This is the first part of a 3 part series. Part 1 covers our fantastic first authentic Emirate meal, a quick visit to the Blue Souk also know as the Central Market of Sharjah along with the breathtakingly beautiful sights of the Arabian Gulf from our place of stay- Sheraton Sharjah Beach Resort & Spa.
This video features my maiden visit to Dubai, dropping my phone from the tallest building in the world, Mall of Dubai, Diving Men Waterfall, Dubai Fountain, Burj Khalifa, Dubai's best cheesecake and shopping lots of it, off camera, of course!
No, none of us could’ve said we’ve had enough of the water because our little ride at the Love River was still due. The Love River, which is actually a canal is said to be a focal point of the Kaohsiung city. This peaceful narrow river is surrounded by bike paths and walkways along with a whole... Continue Reading →
OMFG! Look what I found early this morning in my spam box! David Gimlour’s return to Live At Pompeii is playing at Inox Cinemas Nehru Place on Sunday, October 15, 2017. It’s a single show in Delhi and on only tomorrow at 8.15 pm, across 6 cities in India. For the uninitiated the rockumentary is... Continue Reading →
A decade of RIFFs & Revelry! My piece on one of the longest standing Music Fests of India JodhpurRIFF for this month's Society Magazine. RIFF, which is held at the majestic Mehrangarh Fort, has not only survived the test of time, but has also set an example for other music festivals of India. This year, as the festival turns 10, here's piecing together nostalgia and the present to examine RIFF's legendary quotient…
Dream Theater's keyboard wiz Jordan Rudess, talks about music in India, studying Indian rhythms, his new Carnatic-friendly app GeoShred, along with his upcoming project with Indian musicians and a lot more, ahead of the band's first ever Indian gig.
Watch the video to know about her foray into Artist Management, setting up Jam Studios and working with some of the top talent from the Indie Music Scene in India along with her new book Indie 101 of course
Here's a little sneak peek into what went down on this humid September afternoon at Rustique, The Garden Village Restaurant, Essex Farms, New Delhi. The core team that laid a strong foundation of what we call HT City today, had a reunion & how. Some excerpts from the lovely afternoon. Day 11 of my #30DayLiveVideoChallenge https://youtu.be/sMeg0RJkbq8