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The NH7 Media Capsule: Vol. 1, Iss. 32

Today’s Media Capsule features an interview with The Tetseo Sisters from Nagaland and Monica Dogra of Shaa’ir + Func.

7 Mar, 2013

Indiecision

Indiecision Staff

We’re not the only people who cover the Indian music scene, you know. The Media Capsule is a roundup of some of the stories about Indian music being covered in the press.

Shefali Alvares to perform in Sikkim
DNA, March 7
Shefali Alvares will be performing in the North-East of India for the first time at the Sikkim Manipal University’s annual college festival Kaalrav.

Namaste India, French style
DNA, March 7
The DNA write a short report about the Ananta Opus 195 concerto that Ustad Amjad Ali Khan and the Avignon Provence Orchestra collaborated on.

“Women should aim for solidarity”
DNA, March 7
Monica Dogra of Shaa’ir+Func speaks to DNA about their gig at Blue Frog, Mumbai, their upcoming album and acting, among other things.

Music from the hills
Bangalore Mirror, March 6
The Tetseo Sisters are performing in Bangalore on March 9 as part of CounterCulture’s Indie March festival. The Bangalore Mirror do a short interview with the band about their music.

Drumming up a storm
Times of India, March 7
Tabla virtuoso Bickram Ghosh is going to perform in Kolkata to promote his new album Untabla – Adventures of The Tabla-Man. The album tries to deconstruct the idea of tabla playing.

That’s all for the news today, check back tomorrow for your dose of the Media Capsule.

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