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This podcast is for all music lovers!! Songs include Indian classical, light music, film songs and devotional/bhajans. Sing along, learn and enjoy Just Music. Interested in learning Indian classical music (Vocal), login to https://www.udemy.com/course/learn-carnatic-indian-classical-music-basics-in-detail/ For Voice culture course, please visit https://www.udemy.com/course/anybody-can-sing-a-voice-culture-session/
 
⎈ A DJ / Music Producer with a massive passion and love for Music was born and raised in a rural village in Odisha, India. He is into Electronic Music World from the Age of 14. With many of his own experiments and studying of different styles / genre of Music, he finally started to test his Musical skills on various DAW (Digital Audio Work Station) from 2010. Over the years Saumya has honed his music / DJing skills inspired by well named artists like, Aly & Fila, Armin van Buuren, Vini vici, ...
 
Computers LIVE is a Drum and Bass Podcast made using Native Instruments Reaktor, Ableton Live Software and a few Japanese Midi Controllers. The show is streamed online and new shows are posted monthly. Themes are selected, modified and reworked until a Futuristic Bass Experience emerges. Drum and Bass, Jungle unlike anything you have ever experienced. Computers LIVE is a monthly podcast featuring exclusive releases of Drum n Bass, Dubstep, Hip Hop, IDM, EDM, DNB, Trance, Trap, Techno music. ...
 
Urdu and Indian film songs is a match made in heaven. But sometimes we don’t pay attention to what those beautiful sounding words mean. Here’s a humble attempt to share some Urdu words with their meanings. If you like this effort, don’t forget to share it with your friends. You can connect with me on Instagram : sagar.sawarkar Facebook. : Sagar Sawarkar Music
 
Since its inception in 2011, RUSSIAN ART + CULTURE has become the most popular and comprehensive international guide to the world of Russian art and culture. Our new podcast will feature even more creative conversations around tradition, fine art, education and more. Owned by art collector and professional Natasha Butterwick RUSSIAN ART + CULTURE features listings of the best selected events all over the world, exclusive interviews with the world-renowned professionals of the Russian cultura ...
 
Monika and Natasha Samtani are mother-daughter co-founders and hosts of The Fem Word, a new show broadcasting stories of bold women in creative spaces. Monika is best known as the first South Asian female TV news anchor in Washington, DC. She is the Director/Producer of an award-winning documentary film; is a TEDx talker; and has been honored on ABC TV and multiple magazine cover features for her work on women’s issues. Natasha works in the music industry, advocating for artists and creators ...
 
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Inside Pop takes a deep dive inside the week in Pop Culture. Each week the hosts, Amita Patel and Sean David Johnson, bring their knowledge of the entertainment industry along with their diverse viewpoints to cover the stories you need to know about and care about. The duo bring a welcome diversity (they are African American and Indian; Male and Female, Gay and Straight, Married and Single) into the pop culture podcasting landscape.
 
Jon Madray is a local New York City DJ who goes by the stage name JonOne. He is Guyanase-American, and his music plays heavily into Caribbean elements and his Indian heritage. As a DJ, Madray has performed at venues around the country and is also an actor, appearing in TV shows like No Passport Required and the film Creed II. A fusion of both dance and Caribbean elements in his tracks has brought something totally new to the table. Through 11 years of creating remixes, mixtapes, and now his ...
 
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Brandon LaBelle on Autonomy, Sonic Imagination, Listening, Acoustic Justice, Bioacoustics, Audism, and Anarchism Find more about Brandon's work: https://brandonlabelle.net/ Brandon's Music that was featured on this episode: https://room40.bandcamp.com/album/radio-flirt Music by AwareNess: Instagram, Bandcamp. Please support the podcast on Patreon: …
 
Austin-based guitarist, songwriter, and vocalist Carl “Buffalo” Nichols wants to remind folks of the value of the blues as a cultural art form. “Listening to this record, I want more Black people to hear themselves in this music that is truly theirs.” The self-described music nerd considers Delta blues, Chicago blues, West African Malian guitar rhy…
 
Puerto Rican composer/performer/educator Angélica Negrón, who writes tiny and big sounds for chamber ensembles, orchestras, films, plants, robots and drag queens, joins us for the Soundcheck Podcast. Angélica takes us into her sensory world, and explains how her overlapping creative adventures feed into each other – say writing for the Dallas Symph…
 
Ideas of India is a podcast in which Mercatus Senior Research Fellow Shruti Rajagopalan examines the academic ideas that can propel India forward. You can subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Spotify, Google, Overcast, Stitcher or the podcast app of your choice. This episode is the first in a mini-series of weekly short episodes featuring young schol…
 
#Shiraal which is now officially their ship name reviewed Freida Pinto's new movie Intrusion where she’s a youth counselor who survived a cancer scare married to Henry who has a lot of skeletons in his closet; as we find out as the story unravels. Hear our review. Since Scott is merrily beaching in Hawaii, #Shiraal also reviewed the series The Serp…
 
Luci Marzola's book Engineering Hollywood: Technology, Technicians, and the Science of Building Studio System (Oxford University Press, 2021) tells the story of the formation of the Hollywood studio system not as the product of a genius producer, but as an industry that brought together creative practices and myriad cutting-edge technologies in way…
 
Some fields have an easier time describing themselves than others. "History is the study of past events." "Biology is the study of living organisms." But art? Is art a discipline? Is it a practice? Who gets to answer this most fundamental of questions, and why do we prefer not to try? Between Discipline and a Hard Place, written from the perspectiv…
 
Intellect’s Global Punk Series (2019-present) has produced edited collections of interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary work into local, national, global, and trans-global punk scenes. Series editors, Russ Bestley, Mike Dines, Alistair “Gords” Gordon, and Paula Guerra discuss the inception, creation, and production of the series in this New Books …
 
Musical ghosts haunt the Memphis band Lucero. The late Warren Zevon is evoked in one song, and the spirit of the late Alex Chilton’s groundbreaking Memphis group Big Star can be felt throughout the record. (Their 2015 album title, All A Man Should Do, is a line from a Big Star song.) Songwriter Ben Nichols uses a stirring blend of classic rock and …
 
Phil Rosenzweig's Reginald Rose and the Journey of 12 Angry Men (Fordham Press, 2021) is the first biography of a great television writer, and the story of his magnum opus In early 1957, a low-budget black and white movie opened across the country. Consisting of little more than a dozen men arguing in a dingy room, it was a failure at the box offic…
 
RIDDIM DUBSTEP | Midtempo Lo Fi | 150 BPM TRAP | Swamp Battle Beats | IDM EBSM EDM DNB | FrIday Night Fright | SCARY HALLOWEEN MUSIC | Last Summer Bummer | GRIME WUBS WOBBLE | LoFi Lo-Fi Sci Fi Sci-Fi | CYBORG MEGAWAVE VAPORWAVE | New Bass Art Show | ANIME MANGA COSPLAY RIDDIM DUBSTEP | Midtempo Beast Mode | 150 BPM ELECTRO | RIDDIM Lo Fi | 150 BPM…
 
KCCCC Season 003, Episode 12 Frank Miller tried to adapt his friend Will Eisner's The Spirit to the silver screen and makes it an unintentional parody of itself. Because that's what Frank is good at. Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Kyle-and-Codys-Cult-Cinema-Cast-100757291566807/ Logo by friend of the cast Victoria Koops. Music:https://www.royalt…
 
The Brooklyn-based band Wet first turned heads in 2013 with an EP packed with 90s-style synth-pop goodness. New Yorker magazine critic Sasha Frere Jones referred to their song “Don’t Wanna Be Your Girl” as “completely perfect” and made it one of his songs of the year. In 2016, after a major label bidding war, they released their full-length debut, …
 
A platinum beauty with an ugly secret; a tall, dark, and handsome husband with murder in his eyes; starkly lit interiors that may or may not include the silhouette of a rotund British gentleman…. This may sound like a catalog of images from the films of Alfred Hitchcock, but it is just as much an encapsulation of the works of Joan Harrison, a studi…
 
Shriya is batmanning food poisoning this week folks...Do wish her the very best. Scott and Miraal reviewed BreakPoint and Shiddat in a long form. When Leander and Mahesh tangi, it is like watching a synchronized dance. Even when the two are not communicating, they are. In fact like the Woodies ( Mark Woodforde and Todd Woodbridge), they performed b…
 
Anne Bogart's The Art of Resonance (Methuen Drama, 2021) locates the essence of theatre in the experience of resonant vibration among performers and between performers and audience members. The point of art, Bogart argues, is not to express oneself, but rather to create the conditions for "re-sounding," a process that requires both fully engaged pe…
 
It's no small thing to command the attention of billions of people with nothing but the sound of your voice and an acoustic guitar. Ask British singer/songwriter Mike Rosenberg, aka Passenger, whose song "Let Her Go" became a legit worldwide phenomenon after its release in 2012. The song snowballed in slow motion, no instant smash, and wormed its w…
 
Echoes of the Great Catastrophe: Re-sounding Anatolian Greekness in Diaspora (University of Michigan Press, 2021) explores the legacy of the Great Catastrophe—the death and expulsion from Turkey of 1.5 million Greek Christians following the Greco-Turkish War of 1919–1922—through the music and dance practices of Greek refugees and their descendants …
 
WELCOME BACK TO ANOTHER EPISODE OF PKP In this special episode, PKP went live at the Calgary International Film Festival! Lead Programmer Brenda Lieberman sat down with Ankur and Raeesa to chat about the festival, the two Indian films -- Dug Dug and Last Picture Show. This episode of PKP was recorded on site at the Calgary International Film Festiv…
 
Films about chainsaw killers, demonic possession, and ghostly intruders. Screaming audiences with sleepless nights or sweat-drenched nightmares in their immediate future. Presumably, almost everybody has experience with horror films. Some people would even characterize themselves as horror fans. But what about the others—the ones who are curious ab…
 
We review Crime Stories: India Detectives, the reality "chase the cop with a camera" series produced by KJo's Dharmatic India Detectives is a four-episode docuseries that follows different teams of Bangalore police detectives as they solve violent crimes. Three of the episodes feature murders, and one features a kidnapped baby. It is one of the fir…
 
Pianist Vijay Iyer, bassist Linda May Han Oh, and drummer Tyshawn Sorey, wear their composer and collaborator hats simultaneously in new music by Vijay Iyer, who reminds us that “the most turbulent music may contain stillness, coolness, even wisdom,” (Uneasy liner notes.) They share the joy in hearing each other together in a room creating somethin…
 
In this episode, Shruti speaks with Dr. Pratap Bhanu Mehta about Adam Smith’s “The Theory of Moral Sentiments,” spectatorship and imagination, self-interest, federalism, the Scottish Enlightenment as applied to Indian politics and much more. Mehta is the Laurence Rockefeller Professor for Distinguished Teaching at Princeton University. He is also a…
 
Movies open a window into our collective soul. In Screen Captures: Film in the Age of Emergency (New Star Books, 2021), Stephen Lee Naish guides us through recent cinematic phenomena that reflect/refract our contemporary political existence. Stephen Lee Naish is a writer, independent researcher, and cultural critic. He is the author of several book…
 
Washington, DC is known as the birthplace of hardcore punk. The raw, innovative, new sound coming out of the nation’s capital in the late 1970s is examined in Shayna Maskell’s Politics as Sound: The Washington, DC, Hardcore Scene, 1978-1983 (U Illinois Press, 2021). Maskell examines the DC hardcore scene between 1978 and 1983, focusing on the bands…
 
In Hayden Pedigo’s acoustic guitar playing one might hear the “loneliness and the space” of the Texas panhandle. The musician, composer, and former city-council candidate cites inspiration by guitarists from previous generations like Anthony Phillips (original Genesis guitarist), John Fahey, and Leo Kottke to sound very much like kickass fingerstyl…
 
In a world that demands faith in progress and growth, Limbo (Fitzcarraldo, 2019) is a companion for the stuck, the isolated, delayed, stranded and those in the dark. Fusing memoir with a meditation on creative block and a cultural history of limbo, Dan Fox considers the role that fallow periods and states of inbetween play in art and life. Limbo is…
 
Singer-songwriter Rosanne Cash curates a program exploring the importance of protest music as part of our shared cultural history. She talks of how the rich oral tradition of roots music embraces migration stories, loss, resistance, and how we are moving to something better, but that it might be painful. And ultimately, protest songs can show us a …
 
Here is what we got down to reviewing this week....... Ankahi Kahaniya, the latest produce of the anthology factory from @Netflix is perhaps also the strongest case that they should enter the short film-making business. We are highly dissatisfied by Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari and Saket Chaudhary’s films though we want to make sure to applaud Abhishek Chau…
 
Rakugo, a popular form of comic storytelling, has played a major role in Japanese culture and society. Developed during the Edo (1600–1868) and Meiji (1868–1912) periods, it is still popular today, with many contemporary Japanese comedians having originally trained as rakugo artists. Rakugo is divided into two distinct strands, the Tokyo tradition …
 
The Norwegian-born, London-based singer Kari Jahnsen records under the name Farao. Her 2015 debut album is called Till It's All Forgotten, and prompted comparisons with Tune-Yards, countrywoman Jenny Hval, and a few other musical outliers. But Farao’s blend of arty pop and unusual arrangements might actually fool listeners into believing they’re he…
 
Graham Clumpner & Scott Olsen on Iraq, Afghanistan, Imperialism, Accountability, Anti-War Action, Climate Catastrophe & Mutual Aid Graham's Twitter: https://twitter.com/turncoatveteran Scott's Twitter: https://twitter.com/OlsenVet GI Rights Hotline: 1-877-447-4487 https://girightshotline.org/ Mosquito Fleet: https://mosquitofleet.us/ Jacob George: …
 
Horror fans are attracted to movies designed to scare us, but others shudder already at the thought of the sweat-drenched nightmares that terrifying movies often trigger. The fear of sleepless nights and the widespread beliefs that horror movies can have negative psychological effects and display immorality make some of us very, very nervous about …
 
Yiddish in Israel: A History (Indiana UP, 2020) challenges the commonly held view that Yiddish was suppressed or even banned by Israeli authorities for ideological reasons, offering instead a radical new interpretation of the interaction between Yiddish and Israeli Hebrew cultures. Author Rachel Rojanski tells the compelling and yet unknown story o…
 
Two plays about the legal battle to decriminalize homosexuality in India. On September 6, 2018, a decades-long battle to decriminalize queer intimacy in India came to an end. The Supreme Court of India ruled that Section 377, the colonial anti-sodomy law, violated the country’s constitution. “LGBT persons,” the Court said, “deserve to live a life u…
 
KCCCC Season 003, Episode 11 The rogue Ridley Freeman is caught in a pointless political struggle between two sets of oligarchs. Bad CGI occurs. YouTube Art by Audra Balion Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Kyle-and-Codys-Cult-Cinema-Cast-100757291566807/ Logo by friend of the cast Victoria Koops. Music:https://www.royaltyfree-music.com/…
 
I've always maintained that we, at least sometimes, need to look behind to appreciate what lies ahead (also a fun play on the title of this podcast). Today, Canada's Indian Act is once again at the heart of news and controversy in Canada; however, in ways that few people appreciate. So I took two works of mine, both from around three decades ago, a…
 
Kristian Petersen’s new edited volume Muslims in the Movies: A Global Anthology (Ilex Foundation and Harvard University Press, 2021), introduces the subject of Muslims and film. The volume contains nineteen chapters that engage a range of film industries, including Hollywood and Bollywood, but also movies from the Philippines, Indonesia, Nigeria, I…
 
From Classic hits to latest🔥. Lets have a beautiful journey with sounds of our dearest Olli Wisdom (Space Tribe)Here is a special edition of Samay Chakra, Shine forever Olli Wisdom <3 🔱🌿🙏Sometime ago, 🌻Olli, Maxx and I decided to do a special episode on Samay Chakra with a rare interview segment...It's hard to believe that he left us from this worl…
 
Some songs you love because they communicate deep thoughts or powerful emotions. And sometimes you just want a ridiculously catchy hook. BRONCHO is certainly capable of the former, but in the case of its song "Class Historian," it wouldn’t matter if the band was singing about filing taxes, you might still be bouncing in our seats with that infectio…
 
Episode 5 of Talking music with Olga Jegunova podcast is about Stage fright or Performance anxiety. It is a common state of mind before or during performance and public speaking. Symptoms of it can vary from cold hands, stuttering to nerve ticks and dizziness. If not taken under control, state fright can destroy a performance. Many artists suffer f…
 
In this episode, Shruti talks with Alice Evans about fraternal capital, women’s limited mobility, female friendships, representations of women in art and much more. Evans is a lecturer at King’s College London and a faculty associate at the Center for International Development at Harvard’s Kennedy School. She has published on topics such as women’s…
 
Hamilton: An American Musical made its record-breaking Broadway debut in 2015—but the musical has reached far beyond typical Broadway audiences to pave a path into political discourse, pop culture, classroom curriculums, and the broader conversation about contemporary American politics. What led to this chain reaction of popularity, and how does it…
 
Paula Richman and Rustom Bharucha's book Performing the Ramayana Tradition: Enactments, Interpretations, and Arguments (Oxford UP, 2021) examines diverse retellings of the Ramayana narrative as interpreted and embodied through a spectrum of performances. Unlike previous publications, this book is neither a monograph on a single performance traditio…
 
Shriya and Miraal rock the reviews this week with their crazy. They start with the review of @hulu's #Bhootpolice and found #SaifAliKhan funny and slapstick. Miraal continues to advise #ArjunKapoor about his career. Mumbai Diaries 26/11 on@amazonprimevideo was a racy, medical thriller and both M & S loved it ....M knew the backstory about #KyaMeriS…
 
Did you know that an animated version of Planet of the Apes was aired on Saturday mornings in the mid-1970s, and that one of the two main voice actors for Fred Flintstone voiced the part of General Urko? Did you know there even was an animated version? This episode talks about the legacy of live-to-animated serial adaptions, which reached their fir…
 
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