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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.



John Mayer

‘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.



Set Of Bollywood Classic Musical Covers, Definitely Worth Lend An Ear

A set of song covers , perfect delight for your ears to listen alternate versions of popular loved songs in a new light.




The play of cover versions with the originality of tracks is a risky business. To be able to render a song balancing the perfection of the original and the experimentation of the cover cannot be easy. We bring to you some emerging singers who attempt and excel at this, delivering popular songs with a refreshing touch. So, sit back, grab your headphones and enjoy!

Aaja Sanam – A.C. Bhardwaj 

A.C. Bhardwaj’s choice of song to cover 90’s music, Aaja Sanam Madhur Chandni Mein, a beautiful classic by Lata Mangeshkar and Manna Dey and integrates his folk essence to produce his own version. The song has completely blended into Sanam’s signature style. A song that would make you sway under the beats of multiple instruments. The cover’s appealing and provides you with the experience to hear the legendary song for the first time again but with a new charm and diverse version. 

Credits: YouTube The Modern Folk Note

Bhare Naina – Trishna Sharma 

Trishna Sharma strings us to a different world by directing  Nandini Srikar’s Bhare Naina to a classical piece accompanies by her indeed raw vocals and mesmerizing sitar. She emphasises every note with such preciseness, the lyrics that emerge by this modulation are striking and more clear to perceive. A phenomenal performance by Trishan choosing a difficult song and incorporating her own creativity into it. Sitar as a background instrument further elevates and makes the song elegant to the listeners. 

Credits: YouTube Trishna Sharma

Hum Mar Jayenge – Ayush Panda 

Ayush takes the classic song Hum Mar Jayenge to a simpler and soothing undertone. An acoustic cover of the song makes you easily groove along.  His vocals backed by the melody of the guitar make a perfect combination. A cover to listen to on a calm cloudy evening. His vocals are justified and emerge as the only factor for the listeners to focus on, a treat to ears indeed. A clear image of him smiling throughout the recording and singing from his heart makes the listeners hum and jam alongside him. 

Credits : YouTube Ayush Panda

Subhanallah – Aditi Dahikar 

Aditi beautifully accentuates the meaning of the song by singing it delicately but also fiercely. With various difficult high notes, she delivers a perfect performance. Putting her own version out with her vocals and simplified acoustic version, bringing out her best asset.  Her voice so peaceful does not fail to create an aura comforting all. Her style of taking any song, putting her utmost effort easily makes the song her own, adapting to the rhythm so well. 

Credits : YouTube Aditi Dahikar
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Never a Bad Day to Explore New Songs: Presenting Original Musical Compositions

Here are a few original music compositions, beautifully produced with soulful lyrics, mesmerizing vocals and alluring melody




There is indeed never a bad day to listen to some new songs. Original music compositions are the best path to exploring new genres and music. Apart from the mainstream, much streamed music, we also have indie artists, producing soulful, vibrant, out of the box music, which can allure your sense. Especially for music lovers, exploring new compositions is a much loved hobby. New music is the key to honing your own music tastes.

Exploring new music and songs might be tedious, a little difficult, and for some, a clueless activity. Yet, fear not, because we’ve you covered! Here are some beautiful original music compositions which we bet you’d definitely want to listen to more and more. 

Mere Lafzon Ki Pehchan Tum Ho – R Joy

R Joy is a producer and a singer. He released a beautifully raw song, ‘Mere Lafzon Ki Pehchan Tum Ho’, which captures the essence of love and comfort in warm words. The lyrics have been penned by Justus Rufus, and with R Joy’s brilliant singing, the entire song brings the melancholic yet powerful feelings of love. The song beautifully expresses how someone’s presence can become such an important part of their life, and how their existence gets etched on our lives.  

Credits – YouTube R Joy Official

Laut Aao – Aaryan Tiwari

Aaryan Tiwari made this masterpiece music, all on his own. The lyrics, composition and vocals are his own productions. ‘Laut Aao’ is a song about forgiveness and embracing the present. The lyrics are pleading for a space for understanding and reciprocation. ‘I am sorry’ is one of the magic words we were taught as children. One can move forward only if we forgive past mistakes with a clear heart. Aaryan Tiwari’s music pays heed to that very act. 

Credits – YouTube Aaryan Tiwari

Mere Piya – Razik Mujawar

Razik Mujawar has a brilliant way with words and self-expression and his original music, ‘Mere Piya,’ is a perfect example of it. Razik Mujawar wrote this song when he himself had someone special in his life. The song’s lyrics originated from personal experiences, pay tribute, gratitude and immense feelings of love and care for the other person. The background music, along with Mujawar’s vocals, mesh perfectly to result in a piece of beautiful music, very pleasing to the ears and the soul indeed! This song is from his recent album, ‘24.’

Credits – YouTube Razik Mujawar

Pardes – Sajjad Ali

Sajjad Ali’s recent original song, ‘Pardes,’ might make you shed a tear or two. Written, composed and sung by Sajjad Ali, Pardes is a song about belongingness, family, and distance. It is a song for people who live away from homes to provide for their families. Distance might make the heart grow fonder, but the fondness comes with many sacrifices. Not being able to attend important family events, kiss your loved ones often, see your children growing, etc. Sajjad Ali has a soothing voice, which makes this song and music even more intense. 

Credits – YouTube Sajjad Ali
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Lend Your Ears: Mesmerizing Malayalam Musical Covers 

We bring you some popular Malayalam cover songs, from 90s hits to current chartbusters, that guarantee you a good musical treat.




Music Covers

Making a musical cover might seem like an easy task. But it definitely isn’t one! It takes a lot of effort and hard work to bring out a new version of a song that people are already familiar with. Social media platforms offer a space to wannabe singers to chase their musical dreams through cover songs. Though cover songs were initially performed by aspiring singers, in the past few years we saw professional singers come up with their musical covers. Covering a song gives the singer a chance to introduce their own charm to that song. Musical covers redefine an already popular song and sometimes helps us discover the magic in an unpopular song. It even helps in resuscitating old songs. Musical covers of old songs reintroduces songs of the erstwhile generation to the current generation. Here we bring you a handful of beautiful Malayalam song covers to listen to. 

Shweta Mohan

Shweta Mohan is one of the finest playback singers from Kerala. She has made a place of her own in the South Indian music industry through her sweet-toned voice. This musical cover is a tribute video to the musical maestro Vidyasagar. She croons some of his most popular tunes sung originally by her mother Sujatha Mohan. Performing along with her is Vidyasagar’s son, Harsh Vardhan. This musical mashup is a treat for all music lovers. Shweta’s melodious voice and Harsh Vardhan’s passionate singing indeed retains the beauty of the original songs.

Credits: YouTube (Shwetha Mohan)

Sanah Moidutty

It was probably Sanah’s early covers that popularized musical covers to the Malayali audience. Sanah’s rendition of hit songs like ‘Ponveene’ and ‘Shyama Meghame’ became hugely popular with Malayali audiences. They have around 10 million views from all over the world. Her latest Malayalam cover is yet another popular song from the Padmarajan classic, ‘Thoovanathumbikal’. Sanah’s cover of ‘Onnam Ragam’ is not only a treat to your ears but also your eyes. Besides the choice of her songs to cover, her voice and her signature elements add the zing factor in her music videos. The subtle improvisations she peppers her cover songs with have a separate fanbase!

Credits: YouTube (Sanah Moidutty)

Arun Gopan

Arun Gopan is a name familiar to Malayali audiences through reality TV. He has proven his talent for singing through numerous stage performances and reality TV performances. In this musical cover, Arun Gopan brings the song ‘Vellinila Thullikalo’ from the Vidyasagar-Gireesh Puthenchery duo. This song was originally sung by musical stalwarts, M.G.Sreekumar and K.S.Chithra. Regardless of the immense popularity of the song, Arun’s musical cover received great appreciation . The arrangement of the song and Arun’s melodious vocals only leave us wishing the video was longer. 

Credits: YouTube (ArunGopanLive)

Dana Razik

Shot beautifully at Purana Qila, this song has been covered by Dana Razik and Jasim Jamal. This beautiful rendition of ‘Theerame’ from the Fahad Faasil starrer 2021 movie, ‘Malik’ became popular for all the right reasons. The original song composed by Sushin Shyam became an instant hit with the movie release. The comments under this musical cover are testimony to why language is no barrier to enjoying good music. The whole team deserves to be applauded for the efforts they took to recreate this gem of a song in the best way possible. Though the original song became a huge success, Dana’s musical cover also received the same love on social media platforms.

Credits: YouTube (Dana Razik)

Bharath Sajikumar

Bharath Sajikumar gives us an absolute treat with the beautiful musical cover of ‘Maarivillin’. This is yet another lively song from Vidyasagar. You cannot listen to this song without nodding your head or tapping your feet along to the peppy beat of the song. Just when you think this song couldn’t get more perfect, Bharath gives this melodious rendition. Bharath’s voice suits this song perfectly that it makes you want to listen to it on a loop!

Credits: YouTube (Bharath Sajikumar)

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Fresh out of the Box: Some Refreshing Music Covers to Tune in

Presenting a variety of soulful music covers – some classical, some mashup, and other in non-hindi language.



Music Covers

The expanse of music is widespread, insurmountable and diverse. There are innumerable different melodies, songs sung in different languages, remixes and mashups of beats and tunes. Surely there is no end to the art of music. The Bollywood classics, the remixes, the passionate tunes of south India, the variety is never-ending. Music Covers often bring with them a raw uniqueness, subtle imaginations, and never before seen identities. On this note, we bring you a collection of different music covers to vibe to!

Kesariya X Kumkumala X Charkha – Nupur Pant 

Nupur Pant is a genius when it comes to delivering perfect mashups. Combining the tunes of two songs, and sometimes even three, Nupur Pant, presents her subtle and powerful vocals. Transitioning from one melody to another, from one range to another, from one language to another, Nupur still maintains her elegance and aura. Moreover, this mashup is the perfect melody to get you in peace, yet wanting to move to the beats as well. 

Credits – YouTube Nupur Pant

Mere Baad Kisko Sataoge (LoFi) – Madhur Sharma 

Madhur Sharma’s deep, and passionate singing brings heaven on earth. Singing the evergreen song, Mere Baad Kisko Sataoge,’ by the great Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Madhur Sharma adds his own colours to the song, because while he retains the elegance of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, we can also find the beautiful synchronisation by Madhur. The LoFi version of this music cover multiplies the pleasantness the original song already has.

Credits – YouTube Madhur Sharma

Ek Pyar ka Nagma Hai Music Cover – A.C. Bhardwaj 

To be able to cover a song like Lata Mangeshkar’s is a work of art in itself! A.C. Bhardwaj gives a beautiful rendition of Ek Pyar ka Nagma Hai, reminding us of the classics that Bollywood has produced. His melodious and warm voice, along with the lyrics of Ek Pyar ka Nagma Hai, will soothe your heart! This is a must listen music cover for all the Lata Mangeshkar enthusiasts.


Srivalli Acoustic Music Cover – NILU 

NILU covers Srivalli by Javed Ali, the much loved song by all! This acoustic music cover is a soulful piece, and Nilu does full justice to it. Accompanied by his guitar, Nilu sings away the song with true and raw emotions, and gives an enigmatic music cover.

Credits – YouTube NILU
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Going Old School: Tuning in Some Iconic Indian Classical Music Covers

We’re bringing back the classical bollywood music of the 90s, an enigma of the Indian music culture, through these magical music covers.



Classical Music

Bollywood oldies are gold indeed! You will never grow out of Hemant Kumar’s depthful vocals (also remembered as the voice of gods), the nightingale voice of Lata Mangeshkar or the multi-dimensionality of Asha Bhosle. The classical Bollywood music of the 90s was not only melodious and deeply pleasantful to the soul but also carried with it equally beautiful lyrics. The Bollywood music of the mid and early 90s might have left us, and we may not get a fuller taste of it anymore, but the music has been kept alive by passionate and aspiring singers. So, to relive the gone moments, let’s listen to some of these classical Bollywood music covers: 

Jane Woh Kaise by Aditi Chakraborty

Jane Woh Kaise Log The is a timeless music by the great Hemanta Mukherjee, or commonly known as Hemant Kumar. A song about loss and longing, Jane Woh Kaise Log, has always maintained its grip on our hearts. Aditi Chakraborty adds magic to the song with her sincere and beautiful vocals. The music video, along with Aditi Chakraborty’s nightingale voice, is the perfect rendition of the classical Bollywood music. 

Credits: YouTube Aditi Chakraborty

Aaj Jaane ki Zidd Na Karo by Melissa Srivastava

Asha Bhosle’s singing career has been on and striving for almost eight decades. Her song Aaj Jaane Ki Zidd Na Karo is just one of many of her brilliant talents. Melissa Srivastava’s divine voice and singing pays a hundred percent justice to Asha Bhosle’s song. Melissa Srivastava sings and while also playing the guitar, making this music cover a must listen for all the classical Bollywood music enthusiasts. 

Credits: YouTube Melissa Srivastava

Khwaab Ho Tum Ya Koi Haqeeqat by Prasoon Verma

Kishore Kumar’s versatile vocals made him sing in a plethora of genres, and in different voices. Prasoon Verma delivers a reprised version of Kishore Da’s Khwaab Ho Tum Ya Koi Haqeeqat. The music cover is so raw and alluring, and reminds one of Kishore Da’s brilliancy. Prasoon Verma’s deep vocals do a complete justice to this song!

Credits: YouTube Prasoon Verma

Kahi Door Jab Din Dhal Jaye by Rahul Deshpande

Kahin Door Jab Din Dhal Jaye Song from the Anand album is voiced by the famous singer Mukesh. Rahul Deshpande delivers an unplugged version of this. Rahul Desphande mentions in his music cover that this was his first attempt at covering a song by Mukesh ji and what an astoundingly beautiful first attempt it was! The great Mukesh was truly the voice of the millennium. His contribution to classical Bollywood music is unmeasured. Rahul Deshpande’s music cover is one way to relive Mukesh’s songs. 

Listen to the melody here.

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