Have you heard of Messiah, The Savages or Spartans? Well they are all Indian bands from the past. India Sixties and Beyond Music is a Facebook page that chronicles independent alternative musicians right from their early days in the sixties through photographs. It consists of rare photos of unknown-to-the-current-generation musicians. It also has a brilliant gallery of album art too. Check it for its pure awesomeness value.
TIME Magazine’s famous “ALL-TIME” 100 Movies was published in early 2005 and got a whopping 7.8 million hits in the first week alone. Satyajit Ray’s Apu Trilogy (Pather Panchali, Aparajito and Apur Sansar) have also been featured on that list. This is proof enough that Ray was one of the pioneers who put Indian cinema out into the world.
The Times of India has set up a unique carnival of sorts at Mehboob Studios, Mumbai, to showcase the city’s “eclectic passions”. If you want to see a congregation of writers, journalists and even sports persons,Times Literary Carnival is the place to be from December 2nd to 4th.
With music bordering on the classic genre, Solder is another one of Bangalore’s non-metal bands. Their music is easy to listen to and the lyrics are pretty catchy. They define their genre as Feel-Good Rock, but we’d like to call it another addition to the growing alternative genre – Bangalore Rock. Listen to their debut song ‘Irish Coffee’ here. We are sure you will like it.
Director Dean Blumberg takes an excellent take on the current world scenario as he makes this entertaining ad for the restaurant group, Nando’s. He plays with recent news and creates one of the best ads we have seen lately. Do take a look!
Ever wanted to take those cool photos with light trails but didn’t know how? Ever wondered how photographers make the roads at night look so beautiful? Here‘s a step-by-step guide that will teach you how even you can take such pictures.