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ONLINE MUSIC FESTS: A NEW WAY OF WATCHING CONCERTS LIVE!

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All the concert lovers of the Northeast, you can now enjoy live-streaming videos of international concerts on your P.C, tablets and Smartphones. MTV is ready to show you a 24-hour virtual concert which is set to kick off at 3 AM UAE time on June 20, and will feature performances by more than 50 bands and artists spanning rock, indie, pop, R&B and folk. Acts include Hanson, Atlas Genius, Labrinth, Langhorne Slim and Kate Nash.

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YESTERDRIVE: FIRST THOUGHTS

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What’s with the sudden new craze for indie in India you say? With a cluster of bands converging to a point to make peppy-guitar lines, heart-pulsating pop-beat laden songs, the ‘scene’ is filled with bands who are trying to do their own thing.

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WHAT’S UP WITH: VISHAL J SINGH

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The Shah Hussain project is basically a blend of Sufi poetry of Shah Hussain with world/fusion music. It is chiefly a collaboration between Vasundhara Das and Sufi singer Mir Mukhtiyar Ali.

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BAND IN FOCUS: POLAR LIGHTS

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Polar Lights is a second coming. “It was back in 2010 that I was introduced to Vitz, our drummer, by my brother. It was like catching lighting in bottle.

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OMAS: BROTHERS IN ARMS

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Sikkim has witnessed the first ever association for musicians and artists come to life in OMAS. Here is what you need to know about it.

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ALBUM REVIEW – RECYCLE EP

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ReCycle started its journey in November 2006. It is presumably a funk rock band. With accolades and recognition up its sleeves, ReCycle has come a long way to improve for the better.

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MANIPURI BANDS SELECTED TO PLAY IN MYANMAR

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In what is seen as a shot in the arm of the Manipuri music scene, 3 bands, namely alt-funk band ReCycle, pop-punk act Rubicons and post-punk heroes The Dirty Strikes are going on a 2 city tour to Myanmar.

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BANDS TO LOOK OUT FOR

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‘Curves’ seem like the sort of band that Skellington would rage to on his cd player when Sally has been bit of a menace.

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