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Jazzing up the tunes with John Mayer’s Birth Anniversary

Reviving the trends of Indo-Jazz music this Thursday, with the 91st birth anniversary of the legendary Indian composer, John Mayer.

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‘Fusion music’ is a well-defined genre now in Bollywood and has taken various shapes with every new generation. The concept of this lively genre of music arose with the introduction of rock music in the late ‘60s. And since then, the combination of classical jazz with rock music elements has been loved worldwide. In fact, most of the music that we enjoy listening to today is the very result of this astounding genre of music.

Taking you all back in time, to the days of evergreen classics and to the decade of ‘60s, when Indo-Jazz music started to bud. This 28th October, we commemorate the legendary Indian-origin composer, John Mayer, on his 91st birth anniversary.

John Mayer was a renowned Indian origin Indo-Jazz composer and violinist of the ‘60s decade. He gained fame from his beautiful fusion compositions in Indian classical and jazz music. His compositions made him the most-liked violinist of London in the late 1960’s.

Early Life of Mayer

John Henry Basil Mayer was born on 28th October, 1930 to an Anglo-Indian father and a Tamil mother in Calcutta. He was born in a middle-class family and did not initially have a hierarchical musical history. Although, Mayer’s interest in music developed at an early age. He studied violin with Phillipe Sandre since he was only seven and later in his teens, with Melhi Metha in Bombay.

Life brought him the greatest opportunity when he won the scholarship to London’s Royal Academy of Music in 1952, which brought him to England. There, he studied music composition and comparative music. Mayer was truly dedicated to becoming a great composer and he did achieve it through his hard work and excellence. He learnt the theoretical aspects of Indian classical music with Sanathan Mukherjee in India and also became a part of jazz bands as a drummer in his youth.

The Journey from A Violinist to A Composer

During the days when he was studying composition in London’s Royal Academy of Music, he professionally started playing violin in London Philharmonic Orchestra in 1953. The year 1958 brought him success as his fusion composition of Indian and western music was premiered for the first time by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. And right after the premiere, he joined the Royal Liverpool Orchestra as a composer.

In the 1960’s, his first fusion album, Indo-Jazz Fusions was released, in which he had worked with the jazz musician, Joe Harriott. The album made Mayer a star in the world of music. Acka Raga, Partita, Contrasts, Multani are a few of his famous compositions from the Indo-jazz Fusion album.

John revived Indo-Jazz Fusions in 1995 after the death of Joe Harriott in 1973. The revived album had a fresh collection of his compositions. Toccata, Capricio, Saraband are some of the most famous etudes composed by Mayer.

Mayer achieved early success in life, but behind his success was his journey of dedication, perseverance and passion for music. His excellence and his willingness to be better marked him extraordinary in the crowd. Mayer passed away in a car accident in London in March 2004, leaving his fans around the globe in tears. A part of him will always be remembered through his rich compositions and will continue to be an idol for several musicians to come.

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Drawing the Music Through Air: Presenting Talented Flute Artists

Spotlighting these talented flute artists, each distinct in their styles, but united through delivering heavenly covers and compositions

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The flute is one of the oldest musical instruments, and the first wind instrument. With the utterance of the word ‘Flute’, one immediately recalls Lord Krishna. It is believed that the world was created through the beautiful sound of Lord Krishna’s flute, and since then Flute has been equated with freedom and love. A flute produces sound by the steady stream of air vibrating through it. The air stream around the holes of the instrument play with the air inside the hollow cavity of the flute, causing vibrations and ultimately producing sounds. No wonder that playing full fledged songs and music on this instrument must require thorough practice and a clear mindset. The presence of the flute and its music is now dominant. It is used in films, orchestras, bands, jazz, classical, folk, etc. 

This versatile instrument requires skillful mastery to perfect the varied musical notes. A flutist not only blows the air but also has to control one’s breathing accordingly. Moreover, the instrument also needs to be held at correct angles. In this light, we bring you some beautiful flutists and their music. 

O Sajna Flute Cover – Varun Kumar

Varun Kumar takes us on a nostalgic ride with his heart touching flute cover of ‘O Sajna’ by Salil Chowdhury and Lata Mangeshkar. Along with the music by Varun’s flute, we also get blends of tabla, sitar and key. Covering a song as beautiful as O Sajna, which was backed by Lata Mangeshkar’s vocals, is no doubt a very difficult task. However, Varun proves everyone wrong, and delivers a soulful cover. The cover has a merriment and calmness to it.

Credits: YouTube Varun Kumar Flute

Krishna Theme – Lakhinandan Lahon

Lakhinandan Lahon, through his flute, has the ability to leave his listeners speechless. This Krishna Theme flute composition is just one example. All one can say is that he must be one of the reincarnations of Lord Krishna, to be able to produce this beautiful and hypnotizing flute music. It is divine, refreshing, and soulful. It is quite humanly impossible to not have goosebumps all over your body while listening to it. 

Credits: YouTube Lakhinandan Lahon

Awaaz Do Humko Hum Kho Gaye – Divyansh Shrivastava 

Another cover on an evergreen song, Awaaz Do Humko, by the flutist Divyansh Shrivastava. The music which Divyansh and his flute produce is angelic. It is the perfect instrumental to close your eyes to and listen during a beautiful downpour. The cover for sure has healing properties!

Credits: YouTube Divyansh Shrivastava Flutist

My Heart Will Go on Flute Cover – Rahul Krishnan 

My Heart Will Go on holds a special place in almost everyone’s hearts. It is reminiscent of the famous movie Titanic and the love between Rose and Jack. The song is heavenly and beautiful, and Rahul Krishnan delivers this cover in all its truest essence. The cover is mystical and retains all the emotions attached to the song. An instrumental cover which is definitely one of the ‘on-loop’ covers.

Credits: YouTube Rahul Krishnan
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Indie Music Ascending: Presenting Some Original Music Compositions

Taking over the stage, we have Girish Nakod and Aakritti Mehra serving us with some melodious original music compositions.

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Artists and listeners explore music in diversely unique ways. There are a plethora of genres for us to discover and listen to. There can never be enough music compositions, or enough songs, or enough lyrics produced. Indie Musicians and Artists are rising to the same stage as the mainstream music industry, and this has nothing to do with wins or losses, but the unique musical art and new talent being discovered and explored by the audience.

Production of a song, from its lyricism to composition, it is surely a tedious task. However, with passion and determination, all beautiful things rise and reach people’s hearts. A music lover is often on the lookout for either the instrumentals or the lyrics, or maybe both. Therefore, in this light, we would like to drop the spotlight on indie musicians Girish Nakod and Aakritti Mehra, and their originals, offering both the pleasures of lyricism and music.

Girish Nakod – Pyaar Ya Khata

Call it absurd, but what is the human race if not continued attempts at loving each other? Our very human essence is ‘love’. Girish Nakod, a lyricist, a composer and a singer, serves the very beautiful single ‘Pyaar Ya Khata’. Narrating the poetic lyrics surrounding the bewitching and exquisite waves of emotions of falling in love, it questions this blissful and too good to be true feelings as love or sin. The lyrics are quite simple, yet with a depth that heightens the listening experience. You’d want to physically absorb the words. This song will be a perfect dedication to someone who’s your ‘my person’.

Credits: YouTube Girish Nakod

Aakritti Mehra – Saiyaan Mora Beyimaan 

This soulful original music by Aakritti is a heavenly composition of enthralling vocals, calming fusion of instruments and lyrics. The song begins with an Indian classic touch instrumental, which seems to be a blend of tabla and flute. The stretched instrumental music before Aakritti’s heavenly voice takes over will already make you mesmerized by its soothing and rousing weight. Aakritti’s sweet vocals dreamily synchronize with the rhythms of the music. Saiyaan Mora Beyimaan should definitely be in the playlists of all Indian Classical Music enthusiasts!

Credits: YouTube Aakritti Mehra
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Music From Different Parts of India

India’s music will give you a tour down the lanes of the Indian streets and are a treat to the ears. Check out these covers!

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India-a country of varieties and colors. A land whose soil’s fragrance renews after every kilometer. From languages to foods and traditions, every state is like a ‘country’ in self. As diverse are the people of the country, so is India’s music. Every state comes with its exclusive ‘trademark’ of music which separates it from the others. And even after containing such abundant versatility, the nation stands united as one, and so does the country’s music (and, of course the music fans!).

Today, we bring some aesthetic covers from around the country to give you a better taste of India’s music. These Indian music videos will take you all the way from Kashmir to Kanyakumari and from Kutch to Shillong!

“Hariyala Banna”- The Rajasthani Folk Music!

Priyansh Paliwal’s cover of the renowned Rajasthani folk melody, “Hariyala Banna”, is a successful attempt to take us to the lanes of Rajasthan. Sung during the wedding ceremonies in Rajasthan, the song’s cover has maintained its originality. It is the soft tunes that give it an exclusive touch. “Hariyala Banna” expresses the joy of the bride whose groom has arrived to take her along.

Credits: YouTube (Priyansh Paliwal)

“Aigiri Nandini (Mahisasurmardini Stotram)” by Maithili Thakur

The saga of the warrior goddess Durga, presented by Maithili Thakur, is a treat to mind and ears. “Aigiri nandini” is one of the strongest stotra of the goddess, which sings the glory of goddess’s victory over the evil. And Maithili’s voice has added even more power to the shlokas of the stotram. It’s even fascinating to see someone as young as Maithili to be so fluent with Sanskrit words that almost seem like a tongue twister! ‘Mahisasurmardini Stotram’ will certainly strengthen your mind, soul and body.

Credits: YouTube (Maithili Thakur)

“Sar jo Tera Chakraye & Lonely Goatherd”- Mashup by Shillong Chamber Choir

This mashup cover was created by bringing together Mohammed Rafi’s “Sar Jo Tera Chakraye” with the harmony of “The Lonely Goatherd”. Shillong Chamber Choir has harmonized these two songs as one and the results were nothing but cheerful! The various artists who have performed have left us humming the tunes! As the music video was released during the peak covid times, it had the motive to bring smiles on faces. If perfect harmonization could be put in one song, this would be it.

Credits: YouTube (Shillong Chamber Choir)

“A R Rahman 90s Hits Mashup”- Taking You to South India

Paying his tribute to the legendary musician, A.R. Rahman, Rajaganapathy has performed this musical rendition in his gifted voice. This is about a mashup that contains all the hit melodies composed by A.R. Rehman in 90’s in the South Indian industry. The music video also features Ashish with his mystical tune of flute. Being a part of South India’s music custom, the mashup of various songs flows like fluid. What make this mashup a must watch are the compositions, the arrangements and the name ‘A.R. Rahman’ itself.   

Credits: YouTube (Rajaganapathy)
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The Master of Strings: Punit Lotia

Introducing Punit Lotia, the young and talented guitarist and musician whose fingers run like fluid on guitar!

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Fluency of the hands, unique sound and plethora of practice are what give rise to a star guitarist. From bonfires and concerts to chilling in cafés, guitarists are the heart of every musical performance. Much known for his musical talents, is another rising star in the world of music, Punit Lotia. We bring to you, the life story of a professional guitarist, a musician, a traveler and a man driven by his dreams.

Early life!

Born in Bhuleshwar, Mumbai and raised in the same city, Punit was an average boy since his childhood. During the completion of his last year of intermediate school from a private institution, he had to go through immense hardships of life. He was only 16 when his father was diagnosed with partial paralysis. It was not just a difficult phase for him mentally, but left the family of 5 members in distress too. But Punit’s perseverance was built on a firm foundation. He, along with his mother, took up odd jobs to maintain a good living. It was during this time that he joined a music class to learn guitar as a hobby. Who knew, an activity taken up as a hobby would soon turn into passion and the dream of his life.

Credits: YouTube (Punit Lotia)

Punit’s first second-hand guitar was bought from his first salary that he earned after delivering goods for a month or two. The same guitar is a souvenir of those days to him today. After just a few months of practicing guitar, he got the opportunities to share the stage with his teacher, Mr Deepak Bhaing. Later, he started his own music classes, which have been active for 12 years now. His first great and the most memorable achievement was his own music band, “The Bombay Tribe”, whose foundations were laid by Lotia himself, along with his two very talented students in 2015. The band throve for 2 years, won several music competitions, made tours to Goa, performed in the cafés of Goa, created unforgettable memories with each other and after those 2 years, they all went on their individual paths.

Lotia is currently a part of one of the greatest musical projects in the country, “Ekam Satt: Mission for Nation”. The project aims to connect with the Armed Forces and provide them with the best of entertainment. He has performed at over 18 locations, traveling around the many states of the country as well as abroad, including Indonesia, Bali and Dubai. So far, he has performed in more than 50 concerts as a part of the project. Traveling to places with the team has added amusement to the adventures of his life. But in the graph of his life, his mother, brother and his better half, Meera have been the constant line of support.

Credits: YouTube (Punit Lotia)

 In 2019, Lotia met Manish Kulkarni, his current guru, his greatest inspiration of his life and career. The practicalities of the world of music, along with life lessons, were taught by his guru. Quoting Lotia’s words, “It’s important to know what to do and what not to do”; those differences were taught to him by his guru himself.

His message!

Punit believes that for every artist, practicing his skills is the only way to success. He states that one cannot achieve all that one desires merely overnight. It requires years of hardwork, skill refinement and perseverance to fulfil the dreams. The more you dedicate yourself to music, the more will music dedicate itself to you. One should be the competitor to self rather than comparing self with the others. Punit’s journey is certainly an inspiration among the youth, which reflects that it requires a blend of hardwork, perseverance and passion to reach up to the skies.

Credits: YouTube (Punit Lotia)
Credits: YouTube (Punit Lotia)
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The Best of Lo-fi Tunes to Vibe With

Today we bring you the best of lo-fi musical covers of the favourite songs of all times with these artists.

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‘Vibing with the lo-fi tunes’ is the new meaning of relaxing mind, body and soul. Got a stressful week? Lighten up with lo-fi. Want to enjoy your own company? Switch to lo-fi. Going on a date-night? Take along the lo-fi playlist. Lo-fi has not just been trending lately, but has become the synonym of soulful music. And when these lo-fi tunes and our all-time-favorite songs come together, no doubt, the ambience turns heavenly!

The lo-fi cover songs that we bring to you, are the ones that will spread their charisma from your ears right to your soul and are not meant to be missed listening to.

‘Tumhare Siva Kuch Na’ by Vicky Singh

Love is one of the best feelings in the world. And the lyrics of the song are just perfect for the one who’s conquered your heart. This cover of the beautiful song ‘Tumhare Siva’, in the original voices of Udit Narayan and Anuradha Paudwal, will not only take you down the lanes of the 90’s decade but will also make you love the voice of Vicky Singh, the singer of the cover. This is a song you can surely suggest to that one special person you want to keep close.

Credits: YouTube (Vicky Singh)

‘Agar Tum Na Hote’ by Ashwani Machal

Another sweet yet evergreen song from the top picked romances is ‘Agar Tum Na Hote’, performed and sung by Ashwani Machal. The drops and beats in the cover song add to the beauty of the classic original version, making it irresistible to play on loop. And then, the euphonious voice of Ashwani is a cherry on top that infuses life in the lyrics. The music video of the cover song is meant to make your heart melt as a candle and remind you of your beloved.

Credits: YouTube (Ashwani Machal)

‘Tujhse Naaraz Nahi Zindagi’ by Ravikant Khagta

A wonderful song with extremely relatable lyrics and an all-time hit classic, ‘Tujhse Naaraz Nahi Zindagi’, is a mesmerizing cover in the voice of Ravikant Khagta. The song originally belongs to the ‘golden era’ of Bollywood and is loved even today in the voice of Lata Mangeshkar. It’s not just the melody but the very heartfelt lyrics too that make the song evergreen. The cover music completely justifies the melody of the original song and brings out its beauty, making it sound like Apollo’s harmony.

Credits: YouTube (Strings N Woods)

Mashup Cover of All-Time Hit Songs by JalRaj

A mashup is the best musical genre to end the day with. JalRaj’s mashup of three best romantic songs is everything you’ll want to enjoy listening to. The cover mashup of ‘Phir Mohabbat, Aye Khuda and Uska Hi Banana (Reprise)’ is just as fantastic as the original ones. It has a smooth flow of the three songs in the voice of JalRaj. This is a perfect cover for chilling all by self or while travelling. So, all that needs to be done is grab the headphones and simply get lost in the world of JalRaj’s hypnotic musical covers.

Credits: YouTube (JalRaj)
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