NeW Bureau One may probably not want to listen to a person speaking the same thing over and over. However when we listen to music, we are not only tuning in with our ears, but our hearts and minds and souls. It impacts us in ways that other sounds don’t. Everyone has their favorite song
Tell us about the inception of Colored Keys? Kehodi: We worked together as a band/group prior to the formation of Colored Keys. So the idea to sing together and try different genres brought us together as a band. Kehepe: and the taste of music which we share in common. 2. What kind of genre influenced
New Bureau Imnasenla Aier Singer, Performer and Actress from Nagaland who had recently released her album “Hear me now”. We had a quick interview about her music album released as it is very rare these days to see an Album release in the market, getting to know her aspirations and goals also share her story!
I came across Mangka back in 2016, when I was sifting through music channels from the Northeast on YouTube, and I have been hooked ever since. There is something enchanting about her performances and vocal ability; something that keeps people coming back to her music time and again. Mangka was only eighteen when she released
For those of you who don’t know them yet, The Vinyl Records (otherwise known as TVR), is a four piece band based in New Delhi that was teamed up in 2010, first framed by Banu, Minam and Mithy; later joined by their present vocalist and keytarist, Cheyyrian. With their music planted in Post Punk and
In the year 2009, OFF from Kohima bagged the trophy and that was the last time we saw a local band win the Hornbill Rock Contest. Nagas are in flux when it comes to music and fashion. Like last year when Indie and EDM music were making the rounds and people jumped on the bandwagon,
“The road is not easy, but it is definitely worth all the ride and obstacles” “Yesterdrive”, as many of you would know, is an Indie band from New Delhi/Arunachal Pradesh, formed in the summer of 2013. The band consisting of Molee Lollen, Haggai Rongmei, Liem Ngadong, Kabir Jamatia and Ritesh Thapa, yield their influences from bands