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Mashaal : The Forgotten Soldiers By The Jokers’ Project Ft. Manisha Swarnkar

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Mashaal is a tribute to all the forgotten soldiers. We don’t realize this often, but there’s always an evil and a hero in the real world too. We’d easily be enslaved by the evil that’s trying it’s best to conquer the world and it’s people, if it wasn’t for our heroes standing tall at the borders, ready to take bullets and bombs.

On the occasion of the Independence Day every Indian citizen should express the patriotic feeling for our motherland India and salute the Tricolor. The Jokers’ Project created this amazing song Mashaal, dedicating to all peasants, workers, and toilers who toiled for freedom in the struggle to making of a great glory.

Mashaal is originally composed by Saurabh Lalwani, who is an engineer with a degree from NIT Surat and a musician by heart has been on a journey of self-actualization.

The sandart has been created by Manisha Swarnkar, a former student of engineering, who took the unprecedented path of stepping into the world of art after a flash of inspiration. Equipped with a basic skill set from her knowledge of traditional rangoli and endless determination, she set out to live her dreams. Years after obtaining a distinguished degree of Master of Design from the prestigious Industrial Design Center (IDC) at IIT Bombay, she still carries the spirit of challenge and passion with which she set out.

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Reminisce First Love Through These Musical  Artists Again 

A song is capable of unintentionally forcing you to take a sweet trip back to memory lane and relive and cherish the memories again.

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Musical, song, Ashu Shukla

Conveying a story and memory through a song has always been so much easier. Music and Lyrics composition when combined can create a piece so beautiful that hits home and makes you feel the right things. Being in love for the first time is such an intimate experience that creates one of the core memories of growing up. We take you back in time with these songs especially dealing with first love and feelings in such an intricate way. Presenting a set of emerging musicians and singers who have done a phenomenal job producing these beautiful pieces. 

Noor – Ashu Shukla 

Noor is a song to inspire pure feeling and portrayal of those through music and video. Ashu Shukla‘s voice paired with the light instrument is soothing to the ears. The lyrical details present in the song makes the music so familiar as if all feeling were noted down and presented in front of you. Shukla’s song is gentle with various combined references, the lyrical beauty takes over and presents a memory of us being in love for the first time right in front of us. A melody you’ll find humming while reminiscing the old days. 

Credits: YouTube Ashu Shukla

Kaise Batau- Anirudh Nimkar 

Nimkar is so gentle with his words while conveying the sweet questioning letter to someone in form of a song. The composition and lyrics of the song remind you and takes you back to your days of being in love. Nimkar’s flickering-like music is a blessing to the ears with the piece and instrument used. The sole focus remaining in his voice depicts storytelling and a provocative imagination that it lets you feel. Songs like Kaise Batau take you back and makes you reminisce about the good old days by just listening to the piece once. 

Credits:YouTube Anirudh Nimkar

Parwaah-  Vishal R. Tandon 

A sweet song backed with soothing vocals which leave you mesmerized and wanting for more. Tandon’s voice is filled with a sweet embrace of describing a mutual feeling of having someone. The act of caring and reliance flows through the entirety of the song and is so appealing to the ears. The music is upbeat at the same time synchronized so well that they remain gentler with the lyric composition. Parwah is definitely a song to groove at the same time embrace the music. 

Credits: YouTube Vishal R Tandon

Woh Jo Tha – Siddhant Kathuria 

A beautiful medley with raw vocals paired with guitar. The strings and the vocals completely take over and bring out the essence of longing and search so evidently. Wo Jo Tha is a perfect upbeat song for a momentarily feeling cherished and is not lost in a fleeting time. Kathuria’s voice appears so authentic it makes you travel back to your past and recollect memories with a desire to relive and create more. The rhythm and lyrics are so influential, they unconsciously replay in your head and you’ll definitely catch yourself humming along to the beats. 

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Original Music Compositions: Must Listen By These Indie Artists

We present you with a bunch of melodious and soulful original music compositions by Indie artists, which you must have in your playlist!

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Beyond the mainstream music and artists is yet another musical sphere that is currently rising to recognition. Indie musicians in India do not come with a silver platter of their own. It is a known fact that Bollywood music reigns complete superiority over the major chunk of the general public, because of a lot of resources, of course. Indie artists, on the other hand, are employing their blood, sweat and tears to make their music heard. However, all is definitely not lost for independent musicians, since there is a massive crowd who loves the kind of music that Indie artists provide. With social media sites like Instagram and YouTube, it has definitely become easier to reach your targeted audience.

We present some soul-soothing and beautiful original music compositions by artists you might want to stumble upon and explore more of their discography.

Pahado Mein – Salman Elahi

Ever wondered what might be the best song for a road trip to the mountains? Well, Salman Elahi has delivered a song just for that! Pahado Mein feels synonymous to the fresh air you breathe in the green and white covers of the Himalayas. For trekkers and people who often pack their bags and leave to the higher curvy roads, this song will be the perfect bittersweet reminders of why you love the mountains and the hills and the nature so much. Salman Elahi, with his pleasant vocals, has created a much needed masterpiece indeed!

Credits – YouTube Salman Elahi

Mazaak – Anuv Jain

Anuv Jain has amassed a loyal fan following with his exceptional talent in singing and songwriting. His latest release, Mazaak, was an anticipated one. After releasing beautiful melodies like ‘Baarishein’ and ‘Mishri’ it is not quite surprising that with every upcoming release of his, people have unbounded expectations from him, and Anuv Jain never disappoints. Mazaak is a song narrating the sweetness and serenity that lies in love. It is a celebration of human love, the uncertainty of it, and the disbelief we’re in of its warmth, promises, and beauty.

Credits – YouTube Anuv Jain

Muskan – Dikshant

Dikshant is a singer-songwriter. He writes songs in three languages: Hindi, English and Marathi. Dikshant’s perspective towards human emotions is quite different, a more sensitive approach, and this manifests into the words he pens down. His song ‘Muskan’ is a living example of how Dikshant sees human emotions. Through this song, Dikshant has captured the unmatched moments of unbounded happiness when you meet the person you love, especially if it’s a love challenged by time and distance. ‘Muskan’ brings lyricism, melody and soulful vocals, all at the same place.

Credits – YouTube Dikshant

Khatam – Pratyush Dhiman

Pratyush Dhiman pens down the incomprehensible and heartbreaking feelings of a love that fades away, a love that you lose. ‘Khatam’ is that song track which speaks of your inner feelings of sorrow and angst. Your known ones can not empathise the rejection and despair that follows a heartbreak, and this is when songs and music alike come to understand you, and be your company in the loneliness. This is Pratyush Dhiman’s one of many exceptional songs, in which his own unique element is loud and vivid.

Credits – YouTube PRATSOFFICIAL
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Music Is For All: Must Listen Song Covers

Music covers are a treat to listen to because each one of them has a unique element from the original song. Here are some of the must listens!

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Music is a universal language. We listen, sing, write songs, produce melodies, dance to it, and sometimes just let music take care of our emotions. Music is really a creative process, and people who cherish such creativity and artists are many indeed. When it comes to listening to musical and song covers, it is often a moment of awe and wonderment. The cover is not just a mere imitation of the song or the music, but each cover has a certain uniqueness to it owing to the singer. Each singer and artist adds his own element and aura to it. In this light, we bring you some beautiful music covers by some of these talented artists.

Jab Deep Jale Aana – Parachi Shukla

Prachi Shukla is not the one to lay down low when it comes to highlighting her immaculate vocals. She is an amazing singer with an even greater passion for music and songs. Jab Deep Jale Aana is a classic song, and Prachi Shukla does give it full justice with her cover. There’s a unique splendour to the musical performance, and it is an actual pleasure to listen to Prachi Shukla singing.

Credits – YouTube (Prachi Shukla)

Kotha Dao – Saikat Roy

Singer Saikat Roy pays tribute to Manna Dey, one of the most celebrated Indian playback singer, with this beautiful cover of his song, Kotha Dao. Saikat delivers the song with so much emotions that one is forced to immerse in his melodic and deep vocals. Each verse and each syllable of the song comes to the listener like a soulful entity of its own. Moreover, the music video embraces the same love, calmness and promise that the song delivers.

Credits – YouTube (Gaaner Pakhi)

Uchiyaan Dewaraan – Saumya Patni

Who hasn’t swayed their heads to Uchiyaan Dewaraan? Isn’t it one of those songs which will be considered a classic in the coming future? Saumya Patni, in an intense and deeply felt music video, brings a beautiful cover of the song. In just a short one minute cover, Saumya Patni proves that she lays both emotion and passion while singing. Her refined and charming vocals add to the serenity and weight of the original song.

Credits – YouTube (Saumya Patni)

Darmiyaan – Dhamchin Norbu

Deep and sturdy vocals like Dhamchin Norbu will obviously mean that you can be promised the perfect cover of a song like Darmiyaan. Dhamchin Norbu delivers a powerful yet alluring cover, standing against the pink and purple sunset sky, which adds more to the transcendental performance.

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Fusion Of Classical And Folk Music: Aestheticism Meets Comfort

You might be fond of fusion songs of the 21st century but have you heard about the fusion of classical and folk songs?

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We tend to modify and improve the given form according to the convenience of the layman. Classics which endure the originality of the art form are tough for a layman to acquire. Folk culture, on the other hand is seen rather as an art form made for pleasure than as an art with aestheticism. To bridge this dichotomy here, the fusion of folk and classical emerged. In music, the genre of fusion gained immense popularity as well. Fusion songs borrow the element of ease from the folk songs and inherit the element of critical aestheticism from the classical songs. There are several prevalent forms of fusion of folk and classical music in India. We’ll be mentioning all the major ones.

The Rabindra Sangeet

Rabindra Sangeet is the form of music named after its composer, the noble laureate, composer, poet, writer and Bengali polymath, Rabindranath Tagore. He drew inspiration from the Thumri sub genre of Hindustani classical music and added variations to the strict raga system in his songs. Writings of Rabindranath Tagore were highly lyrical with the thematic undercurrent of love and devotion, mainly towards God. His songs have spiritualistic tranquility that bewitches one’s mind to experience calmness, and this is what Rabindra Sangeet encompasses too.

Sugam Sangeet

Sugam Sangeet is the music that has been made free of text-laden technicalities of classical music. That isn’t to say that it does not follow some of the technicalities, but it has been certainly made flexible to changes. The lexicon of the song is made easier by often containing words adopted from regional languages. Etymologically, since Sugam translates to ‘comforting’, Sugam Sangeet is the genre which is born out of the convenience of a layman who is destitute of deeper details dwelling in classical music.

Haveli Sangeet

Haveli Sangeet are devotional songs performed in temples, often as a part of ritual. India has conjectured the tradition of Haveli Sangeet since primitive times. These songs originated in the Mathura region of Uttar Pradesh. Reverentially, they’re majorly sung in the praise of or in devotion to Hindu deity Lord Krishna. Haveli Sangeet is popular even in the states of Rajasthan and Gujrat. They carry the regional alterations of dialect and that makes them a part of fusion. Although the songs are highly religious in their themes, they can be enjoyed by atheists for their cultural beauty.

Gana Sangeet

The British colonialism majorly annihilated India, but few good things came out of it. The patriotic fervor that the freedom drive created gave rise to many culturally important art forms. One such is Gana Sangeet, which was born out protests against the British rule in India and are generally sung in chorus to represent the strength of unity and contains a social message. Initial themes included patriotism, community strength on the front, but post-colonization, Gana Sangeet incorporated other socially important themes were also adapted in the genre.
There are plethora of categories and forms of songs made out of the fusion of classical and Folk music in India and it certainly isn’t possible briefing all of them. Other popular forms, however, include Qawwali, which is a Sufi form of devotional songs and has religious Islamic origins. Another fusion music form is Shabad. These are didactic songs generally sung by Sikh gurus and are believed to be originated in Punjab.

Lost in the woods of western influences, we often forget the soothing ground of our abode and its pacifying culture. The transcendental values exhibited by our culture should be envisioned in our memory if not reflected in our action.

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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.

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