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From EDM To Bollywood: Indian Modern Music

Since most of us listen to music all the time, so, here we are with popular Indian modern music genres and how they gained prominence'



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Music is often treated as a go-to in every situation and mood. Music is undeniably a part of all our lives and it contributes as much as a real person does. It’s a companion in the life’s toughest and happiest situations. Some associate music with memories, some associate it with their emotions, and some with people. We are all aware of the music’s elfin charm and its magical ways of soothing our senses, but let’s today know about the forms of Modern Music prevalent in India.

Bollywood Music

Bollywood has impacted Indians deeply. Music is the soul of Bollywood and so its only relevant starting the list with the Movie Music. The movie music, be it of any Indian movie industry, makes an everlasting impact on the layman. Who hasn’t hummed a popular song from a movie all the day long? From the songs of Kishore Kumar to Arijit Singh, the tunes of Bollywood fill the vacant columns of the home with its shrills.

Pop Songs

The high energy pop songs are surely to be found in each playlist. They are characterized by a captivating rhythm and melody. Pop songs became existent in India in the 1980s and they continue to be popular even today, maintaining a constant relevancy in modern music. The popular songs of the 20th century ‘Bolo Tara Ra Ra’ and ‘Tum To Thehre Pardesi’ belong to the genre of pop songs. Ever since the emergence of digital media, the popularity of these songs has increased with a boom and Indian pop singers began releasing pop albums independent of Bollywood or other movie industries.

Jazz Music

Jazz was brought to India in the 1920s by the America-African singers who came here to perform. Later on, influenced by the performances, jazz was adopted by Indian singers as well and were initially performed in the metropolis Mumbai and Kolkata. With this, another modern music style called Indo-Jazz also emerged which combines the elements of Indian classical music and that of western Jazz.

Indian Rock Music

The Indian rock music enjoys a widespread following. It is a major part of the band performances. Indian rock music maintains the high-spirited zestful energy and makes one hit the floor with the beat. With TV channels like MTV, these types of music experienced a great hike.

EDM/Electronic Dance Music

EDM or Electronic Dance Music in an umbrella term for most pop culture music, including Hip-Hop, Trap Music, Trance amount others. It is a compilation of percussive sounds created using synthesizers and drum machines rather than core instruments. The music is largely based on repetition and maintaining rhythm, hence the name, Dance Music. In around the 90s with the increased use of drugs and rave-loving crowd, where the genre gained its reputation as “Drug Music”. The genre has caught public attention in around the mid and late 2000s, while it has been there in the world since 1970s.

Trance Music

Emerging from the jolly state, Goa, during the 1980s is the fun electronic music called the trance music. The repetitive beats and high rhythm popularized it in the parties and no wonder the trance music slowly gain a mainstream popularity in India. Psychedelic trance or simply psychedelic music emerged around the same time in India. It’s basically the representative of the psychedelic culture, which involves the sub-conscious experiences of people who take psychedelic drugs. Popular music festivals like Bangalore’s Storm, Mahindra Blues of Mumbai, Jaisalmer’s Ragasthan or NH7 weekender have brought about the realm of music into the lives.



Song Covers to Bless Your Playlist

Song covers are always a tricky area, they can be a hit or a miss. We bring to you an outstanding selection for you to add to your playlist.



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They say music speaks to the soul and we totally agree. The power of music is still a mystery to mankind. It is said that it can control the weather, heal a broken heart, break a perfectly healthy heart. It can also make you feel many emotions that you would have otherwise ignored. We bring to you a selection of artists whose song covers are surely gonna end up in your Bollywood playlist.

Pasoori Fingerstyle Cover by Soumyajit Pyne

Pasoori, a song that had us grooving all through 2022 is a major vibe. Pyne captures the irresistible beat of this song in his fingerstyle cover of the same. Capturing each note with effortless grace, Pyne adds his touch to this ever-green song in this melodious guitar cover. Given how difficult it is to fingerstyle, his talent doesn’t go unnoticed. This is sure to add a groovy touch to your playlist

Credits- YouTube (Soumyajit Pyne)

Shayad Fingerstyle Guitar Cover by Yash Garg

If doing fingerstyle on a guitar was hard, imagine strumming two guitars at the same time and using one of the said guitars as a drum as well, impossible right? Well, Garg proved that it’s absolutely possible. Handling two guitars while using the fingerstyle technique alternatively on both of them and using one of the guitars as a drum for beats, this cover is a true work of art. Not missing one beat or note, the way Garg beautifully switches between the two guitars and adds his own touch to the melody is just a wonder to listen to.

Credits- YouTube (Yash Garg)

Sandese Aate Hai Fingerstyle Guitar Cover by Jack of All

A nostalgic song from the movie Border that will hit home every time you hear it, this song will definitely bring tears to your eyes. A song that carries with it so much emotion is often hard to cover but Jack of All proves that it’s not always the case. Skillfully changing notes from one to another while using fingerstyle on the guitar he manages to capture the true essence of the song while adding his own touch. This one will surely add a tear-jerking touch to your playlist.

Credits- YouTube (Jack of All)

Hindi Mashup Guitar Cover by Shoddo Khan

A mashup consisting of many Bollywood hits that will make it impossible for any Bollywood lover to not hum along. This mashup is perfect for a day when you just want to relish those heart-touching songs of Bollywood in under 8mins. Paired with a powerful and clear voice and masterful guitar strumming this mashup is bound to end up in your Bollywood playlist and is highly likely to be played on a loop for a really long time. From the choice of the songs to the transition, everything just oozes perfection.

Credits- YouTube (Shoddo Khan)

Do check out these amazing music and artists and we hope they bless your ears as they did ours.

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Flute Covers To Unwind To

Stop, take a seat, plug in your headphones and start playing one of these flute covers and let it do the magic for you.



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With people getting more and more busy running after material happiness, the art of just sitting down and listening to a soulful melody is lost. Gone are the days when the entire village used to surround Lord Krishna while he played a tune to calm every soul walking on this earth. So, we bring to you a list of flute covers that are bound to help you relax whenever you feel stressed.

A. R. Rahman Flute Tribute by Parth Chandiramani

Growing up as an avid music lover who fell in love with just listening to music way before going ahead and mastering it, Parth Chandiramani pays tribute to the Indian music legend A. R. Rahman. Being influenced by him from a tender age, Chandiramani chooses two beautiful classics of Rahman, Roja Jaaneman and Yeh Haseen Waadiyan to capture the audience in a trance with his beautiful and articulate flute playing skills. Ensuring that this medley captures the true essence of the original song sung by the legend, he captures each inflexion of notes in the original song with grace and ease.

Credits- YouTube (Bryden-Parth Music)

Waves of The River by Swarnim Maharjan x Dharmendra Mali ft. Metronome Band

Capturing the childlike pitter-patter of the river rushing past the river banks in a hurry, Swarnim Maharjan immortalises these movements with the help of his flute. Starting off with a calm and mellow flow, the tune of the song changes as seconds pass by. First highlighting the childlike innocence and purity of the river before elaborating on the fickleness of the child of nature who happily rushes past each stream spreading joy and happiness to everything it crosses paths with. This cover is sure to make you imagine running down the hill as you follow the soft cackle of the river.

Credits- YouTube (Swarnim Maharjan)

Kishore Kumar Flute Medley by Bubai Nandy

Is it ever possible to find a perfect medley of some of the greatest classics sung by the legend Kishore Kumar that speaks to your soul on a divine level? Bubai Nandy’s flute cover medley will prove to you that it is indeed possible. Doing a medley of Chingari, Hume Tumse Pyaar Kitna, Rimjhim Gire Sawan, and Kuch to Log Kahenge, Nandy stuns you with his beautiful skills that bring each note of each song to life making you feel like you are listening to a more soulful version of the original song.

Credits- YouTube (Bubai Nandy Flute Official)

Mere Naina Saawan Badhon Flute Cover by Mani Tilak

An ever-green delight that will make you hum to its tune every time it starts playing. This flute cover by Mani Tilak is all you need when you feel like listening to this classic as a background accompaniment to your thoughts. Skillfully played and well captured, this cover keeps the essence of the original song alive while giving it a mellow touch.

Credits- YouTube (MANITILAK)

Varaha Roopam Flute Cover by Divyansh Shrivastava

Beautifully capturing the urgency and peacefulness in the flute cover of Varaha Roopam, Divyansh Shrivastava, manages to bring both order and chaos to his melodic arrangement. With his mastery over the flute, it comes as no surprise that his cover helps one feel as if they have achieved divine elevation. Leaving traces of goosebumps on your skin when you listen to this piece, this cover is sure to make you leave in a more spiritually awakened state than in the one you came in.

Credits- YouTube (Divyansh Shrivastava flutist)
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Music Covers: Some Melodies You Cannot Deny

A collection of mesmerizing and unique music covers of soulful Bollywood songs that you must give a listen to!



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Music is a constant enigma of our lives. It is everywhere around us, and yet each musical rhythm and each musical tune breathes a unique element into our lives. With the advancement of digital spaces, music has become easily accessible to us. We can listen to it almost anywhere, as compared to the olden times of CDs and vinyl. Not only for listeners, but also for musicians and artists themselves, it has become easier and cheaper to put their melodies, music covers, and original compositions out in the world.

Music covers are a fun activity for many singers and artists since they always include some degrees of creativity and originality to them. For listeners, it gives them an even larger incentive of ‘re-hearing’ an original song in a completely new form, which is of course thrilling and anticipating. Here are some music covers that you must listen!

Arkamita Bhattacharjee – Ghodey Pe Sawar

Netflix’s Qala movie’s song, ‘Ghodey Pe Sawar’ was an indisputable hit song, which reigned all digital spaces: musical platforms and social media alike. Arkamita Bhattacharjee sings the beautiful music in her mesmerizing and hypnotic voice. The cover delivers the sensuality, calmness and enigma of the original song yet also adds a uniqueness to it thanks to Arkamita Bhattacharjee’s voice.

Credits – YouTube Arkamita Bhattacharjee Music

Sukanya Varadarajan – Sajda

The song ‘Sajda’ is one of the most finally composed songs ever known to Bollywood, and why wouldn’t it be when artists like Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Shankar Mahadevan, Richa Sharma and Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan are the creators. Covering a song like Sajda is of course a challenge, but for Sukanya Varadarajan, it seems effortless. In this short 2 minutes music cover, Sukanya Varadarajan, has displayed her singing skills fervently. The singing prowess beckons a bewitching force over her listeners.

Credits – YouTube Sukanya Varadarajan

Abby V – O Rangrez

Abby V is a much-loved singer. His music covers and remixes gain views in hundreds of thousands. This particular cover is a paragon of musical passion. The song from ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’ is sung by the gifted Shreya Ghoshal and Javed Bashir, and is undeniably a difficult song. Abby V, with his deep seated hypnotic vocals has given a sheer magicality to the music with his cover. He delivers full justice to a song as beautiful as O Rangrez.

Credits – YouTube Abby V

Rahul Mukherjee – O Rangrez

Bringing you another mesmerizing cover of ‘O Rangrez’, this time, by Rahul Mukherjee. This music cover is a beautifully crafted and a passionately recorded piece. Listening to it, one can vividly feel the honesty and the heartful work that Rahul Mukherjee has poured in this cover. The videography, the vocals, and the remake of the music, all combine to deliver a soulful, soothing, and goosebumps performance.

Credits – YouTube Rahul Mukherjee Official

AC Bhardwaj – Retro Vibe 1

AC Bhardwaj always delivers the very best! In this new release of his, titled, ‘Retro Vibe-1’, the singer has created a non-skip mashup of old Bollywood songs. The 6 minute long music cover of the songs like Aaja Sanam Madhur Chandni Mein, Aye Meri Johra Zabin, Beqarar Karke Hamen Yun Na Jaiye, etc. will get your heart to sway to the magical melodies of the retro music. Moreover, AC Bhardwaj’s soothing voice elevates the pleasant experience even more.

Credits – YouTube AC Bhardwaj
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A Song Like A Hug

A song can help you heal in a way nothing can. Play this playlist whenever you wish for a friend or a hug to just be there with you.



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They say when nothing goes your way in life, then sit down and take a deep breath and all will be okay. But we would suggest you, sit down, take a deep breath and plug in your headphones and hit the play button and let the music guide you to calmness. We bring to you a playlist filled with songs that will be your friend and guide for those days when you need just a long understanding hug.

Waqt ki Baatein by Dream Note

If you’re feeling like you will never get anywhere in life, if you feel like this is the end of the road for you, then give this song a try and maybe you’ll get enough warmth to make it through just another day. A warm hug, an understanding smile and a broad shoulder for you to lean on are a few things that can describe this song better than anything else. With a beautiful soft melody to accompany these heartfelt lyrics, this song will be a friend for you on those days when you just want to breathe and hope that it’s going to be okay soon.

Credits- YouTube (Dream Note Official)

Joy Of Little Things by When Chai Met Toast

A song for those days when you open your eyes and realise how beautiful your world truly is. It may lack the gold and diamonds but the piping hot cup of tea and the happy bark of your pet as the sun rays peep into your room through the window are more than enough to make up for it. It is a song to remind you of how it is the little droplets that make the vast ocean of happiness. Complete with a cheerful melody this song is sure to put a smile on your face every time you hit play.

Credits- YouTube (When Chai Met Toast)

Aaftaab by The Local Train

Remember the time when you feel like things cannot get worse than this, and then life decides to take you up on that dare and render you completely numb? The time when even getting out of your bed to just wash your face was a struggle? This is a song for those times when you feel like every tomorrow is just a reminder of yesterday and there is never gonna be a fresh start for you. The Local Time reminds you that there is always Aaftaab (sunlight) waiting for you around the corner, so look for it, and don’t give up just yet. A highly underrated group this song is a ray of Aaftaab in our lives, lifting our spirits and reminding us how important we truly are.

Credits- YouTube (The Local Train)

Ghar by Bharat Chauhan

Sometimes when you feel sad all you need is someone to just sit there and be there for you, someone to not wipe your tears or say that it’s going to be okay but someone to just sit and feel the wave of sorrow in your heart. Ghar is that song for you. It will give a sweet melody to those emotions that are so complex that even you are unable to understand them. In a sweet and melancholic voice, Bharat Chauhan sings about how the home is where his heart is and when that person close to his heart is not that close anymore, all that remains is a house and not a home. A song for everyone who feels like they have lost their homes.

Credits- YouTube (Bharat Chauhan)

Tooti Hoon Main by Madhav Khanna

Looking for a song that encourages you to march forward, acknowledges all the pain that you are going through no matter how small it may seem to the rest of the world, and holds your hand with a soothing voice telling you, you’re not alone, and you’ll get through this because you’re just broken not shattered? Then this is the song for you. Accompanied by mellow music this song will flow through your ears and touch your heart, reigniting your lost will to live.

Credits- YouTube (Madhav Khanna)

Main Agar Kahin by Saveree Joshipura

On the internet, you will find many songs written on love and friendship and hardship but only a few on life, and that to a handful on how life is truly your friend (a moody one though) and not your enemy. This is a song for life. The melodious voice of Saveree breathes life into the composition touching your heart and lifting your soul and making you want to befriend life the way her voice has. It’s a song for those days when you wish to take a walk alone in the park trying to think about what a life you’ve had.

Credits- YouTube (Nevil Productions)

Gul by Anuv Jain

Ever felt like you gave someone your entire heart and they broke it but you still don’t regret ever doing the same and will do it all over again because they might have ruined your fairytale but they couldn’t diminish the spark of magic in you? That is what this song is about. Gul reminds you to be your loving giving self even when certain situations make you think it’s a mistake to be so. With his mesmerizing voice and soothing guitar tune Anuv Jain urges you to keep the spark within you alive because one day you will move on, and you need that spark to keep bringing joy into your life. A song for people who want a friend to tell them it’s going to be okay when the rest of the world disagrees.

Credits- YouTube (Anuv Jain)

For all those who feel like they will never get where they want to be or move on, remember sometimes a good song can do a lot of wonder in these times of despair. So, go on and play any of these songs and hear them give you a big hug with each note.

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Musical Compositions With A Desi Twist: Indian Classical Instruments

Indian classical instruments and instrumental music is an enrapturing category of music, one you should definitely not miss out on!



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Music is created through so many mediums and instruments. Music is truly the culmination of the artistic endeavours in their truest forms. Musical instruments form the basis of any song. They’re the harmony to the singer’s harmonisation. They’re the very pipeline of inventiveness, creativity, and finesse. When it comes to Indian classical instruments, it is truly another phenomenon, another dimension! The grace, poise, and intricate sinew of Indian musical instruments are truly enchanting. On that note, we present to you some beautiful instrumental covers.

Pasoori x Cheap Thrills – V Minor

The Kerala Based Band, V Minor, consisting of seven members, are mastering musical instruments, adding the perfect balance of desi twist to their mashups. They mix and master English songs with Bollywood music, all of that with the fusion of the Indian instruments like the tabla, harmonium, mridangam, etc. V Minor deliver a beguiling and head bobbing remix of the songs ‘Pasoori’ and ‘Cheap Thrills.’ The band has its own element and flavour which makes the remix an another aura of distinct originality.

Credits – YouTube V Minor

An Indian Tribute To Imagine Dragons’ Believer – Tushar Lall

Indian music and Indian classical instruments are truly an enigma of their own. Intricate and complex, yet so alluring and enchanting, is the Hindustani music that it leaves us all beguile. Imagine Dragons, as we all know, is a globally famous band which has released some much loved music. Tushar Lall, along with his team, highlights the intricacy and wonders of the Indian classical instruments like the Sitar, the Tabla, the Sarangi and the Harmonium, in their own rendition of Imagine Dragons’ song, ‘Believer’.

Credits – YouTube Corning® Gorilla® Glass

Jashn-E-Bahaara x Muzhumadhi – Mahesh Raghvan

Mahesh Raghvan takes full opportunity to deliver a fervent and heartfelt instrumental cover of his favourite composition of A.R. Rahman’s: Jashn-E-Bahaara, remixing it with kollywood music, Muzhumadhi. The twist in this phenomenal cover is that Mahesh Raghvan plays the instruments digitally, and the control he has over the rhythms! There are numerous instrumental elements in the cover which will tickle your ears in the best possible ways.

Credits – YouTube Mahesh Raghvan

Kesariya of Brahmāstra – Divyansh Shrivastava

Divyansh Shrivastava, truly the man of one weapon, needs only the flute to completely enrapture his audience. Standing against a beautiful lake side, Divyansh plays a melodic cover of the song ‘Kesariya’ with his flute. Flute, which is known to be an extremely difficult instrument to master and play seems like a piece of cake in his hands. The soulful passion and the mastery over the flute can be felt through the screens. Divyansh Shrivastava is a dexterous flute artist, one you must check out!

Credits – YouTube Divyansh Shrivastava Flutist
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