Playlist #4: Psychedelia

Playlist #4: Psychedelia

Psychedelia. It looks like someone poured droplets of oil paint on your window pane and these colors now fill the glass in imperceptible patterns. It feels like the wind in your hair if you were riding on the back of a bird through fireworks in the sky. Like drums and the wind. It tastes like love, like the firm but supple skin of someone you love so much you’d kiss them anywhere. It’s the sweat…

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Playlist #3: In-House

Playlist #3: In-House

House music has been around since the 1980s and has, circa 2010, further branched into sub-genres such as deep house (more soulful and light) to the more austere micro-house to wildly popular electro-house amongst many others. In all of these genres, its nearly impossible to miss the vibe connecting all of them: the 4/4 beats and an overpowering impulse to sit down and chill with the music. Get ready to groove with this playlist as…

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Playlist #2 : Intro to Rock

Playlist #2 : Intro to Rock

  Classic rock is not just a genre of music. It is an attitude and a way of life. Here is a collection of a diverse group of songs which emulate the very essence of rock music. These songs range from the early 60s to the late 90s and cover ultra famous bands such as Led Zeppelin, The Who and Radiohead as well as lesser known ones such as Blind Melon and Collective Soul. 1….

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Playlist #1: Indie for Starters

Playlist #1: Indie for Starters

This playlist consists of songs that talk about melancholia and our inherent ability to deal with it. Sadness, is part and parcel of our lives; moving past it requires immense strength of character, that’s probably why there are so many songs about it. The genre encompassing these songs is mostly Indie-folk and Pop. Most of the songs are relatively unknown and massively underrated. So, here’s to some happy exploring. 1. Song: Teardrop Artist: Massive Attack…

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Anoushka Shankar

Anoushka Shankar

‘She plays with great sensitivity and emotion, bending and twisting notes so that they pirouette like the dancers that spin around in interminable circles. Sometimes they leap from the great globe of the sitar and bolt like excited impalas as they ascend into the infinite blue.’ -The World Music Report Anoushka Shankar is a thrice-nominated Grammy artist, an acclaimed writer, as well as an actor. She is one of the major exponents of the World…

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