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Radio City Strengthens Its Bond with Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation

Radio City Strengthens Its Bond with Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation Becomes the first Indian radio network to acquire commercial rights to sell ad space at the Lucknow metro stations and play curated content for three years Reinforces its association with Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation (LMRC) and extends partnership from 8 to 21 metro stations to entertain LMRC travelers Strengthening its relationship with Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation (LMRC), Radio City, India’s leading radio network, became the first Indian radio channel to acquire commercial rights to sell ad space at the Lucknow metro stations, offering a unique in-transit entertainment experience for commuters. Radio City, which was earlier operational for 8 metro stations, will now enthrall Lucknowites across all 21 metro stations of LMRC with curated content and music for three-years. As part of this association, Radio City will not only be able to sell ad space but also entertain commuters with specialized content lik

Aswekeepsearching Steps It Up With A New Band Identity, Ahead Of Their Third Album Launch ‘ROOH’

With a new logo, new art and a new album, Aswekeepseaching brings their A-game to the indie scene. Among India’s only Hindi post-rock bands, Aswekeepsearching (AWKS) has had a lot going on behind-the-scenes. Starting early this year, the band has been working to amp-up their image and this week, announced their edgy new four - member outfit and logo. The band’s latest quartet will comprise of Uddipan Sarmah (Guitar/Vocals), Shubham Gurung (Guitar/Synth) Robert Alex (Bass) & newest member Sambit Chatterjee (Drums/Percussions). Moving on from their iconic ‘bird’ symbol, the band’s new logo will comprise of four lines, symbolic of their minimalistic identity. Besides their visual identity, the band has also started a sustainable apparel and merch line called Zia, inspired by their second album, which launched earlier this year, in June. The band’s shift in musical identity will be reflected in their upcoming album ‘ROOH’, scheduled to go live on September 27th. ‘ROOH’,

Music Malt Vault: EastWards by The Dream Alchemist, Jim Ankan Deka and Eastern Fare | ChaiTunes | #Watch

ChaiTunes will soon release 'Westwards' - a collaborative project with artists from Assam, Kerela, and California. Thanks to everyone for making this possible. Artists: Aymen Aymzz, Chamomile Diddell, Jim Ankan Deka, Gaurav Choudhury, Deepshikha Das, Debjani Hazarika (Jenie), Taniya. Thanks to our patrons Arindam Sharma, Kalyan Kalita, Antara Bordoloi Kalita for making it so easy for us and for the immense help. Studio: Music Malt Studios Powered by: Music Malt and OK North East Produced by: Music Malt / Debjani Hazarika Band: Eastern Fare More about ChaiTunes Projects here

Music Malt Vault: Anuron by Jim Ankan Deka, Rupam Bhuyan and Eastern Fare | ChaiTunes #Watch

Anuron is the 4th of ChaiTunes series of music videos and first of ChaiTunes Series' unplugged numbers. The song is recorded & shot live at the Music Malt Studios in Guwahati. The song is written and composed by Jim Ankan Deka and features Rupam Bhuyan, Veda V Sarma, Prabal Gogoi, Gaurav Choudhury & Jenie. Music & lyrics: Jim Ankan Deka Vocals: Rupam Bhuyan Back vocals: Gaurav, Jim & Jenie Cajon: Prabal Gogoi Harmonica: Veda V Sarma Rhythm guitar: Gaurav Choudhury Lead guitar: Jim Percussion: Debjani Hazarika (Jenie) Produced by Eastern Fare Music Foundation and powered by Music Malt, Bangalore, the song is recorded at Eastern Fare Studios in Guwahati, and mixed and mastered at Eastern Fare Studios, Umium. Video is edited at Purple Trope, Guwahati. MORE ABOUT CHAITUNES HERE

Music Malt Vault: Laagise Mur Aamoni by Gaurav and Deepshikha | #Watch

Laagise Mur Aamoni is an Assamese song composed by Gaurav Choudhury. The song was recorded at Music Malt Studios in July, 2019. Gaurav wrote the song in 2017 and it took him 2 years to come up with a plan to record it. The song is sung by Gaurav and Deepshikha Das. Gaurav is a member of Guwahati based acoustic rock band Eastern Fare and is a regular face for ChaiTunes Projects. Song: Laagise Mur Aamoni Lyrics & vocals: Gaurav Choudhury Music arrangement and live guitar: Jim Ankan Deka Female vocals: Jumu (Deepshikha Das) Studio: Music Malt, Guwahati Band: Eastern Fare Produced by: Debjani Hazarika / Music Malt Special thanks to: Jenie, Jumu, Gargi Burhagohain

10 music fests in North East India you don't want to miss

— compiled by Debjani Hazarika Northeast India is known as the land of festivals and culture. From the beginning, people of this part of the world have been indulging in merriment and diversion. Hence, the music, dance and other forms of art are the integral parts of everyday life. Apart from traditional festivals, since the commencement of television and social media, many young enthusiasts came up with the idea of organising different music events and festivals where local and acclaimed musicians can showcase their talents. Some of the festivals are funded by the state governments while the rest organised with the help of private sponsorship. Here is a list of some of the music and cultural fests we thought you would love to attend if you are into music and adventure. Hornbill Festival (Nagaland) Hornbill Festival 2012, Nagaland (photo: Sudeepta Barua) WHAT? Hornbill Festival WHEN? December WHERE? Naga Heritage Village, Kohima, Nagaland The Hornbill Festival is a celebra