Art / Artists / Painting
For some artists, coffee is more than a beverage – it’s their medium for creating art. Named @crade.one on social media, this creative artist is a coffee addict and also likes to use coffee as a painting medium to create portraits of different musicians. She started coffee painting about two years ago and her artworks are totally worth your attention.
Artists / Music
While West knows India for its Bollywood music, but Indian music scene has seen a bloom in the past few years. Moreover, the events like NH7 Weekender and the Balcony TV initiative are supporting the budding artists and bands that have the potential to be the next big thing in India.
Artists / DIY / Instruments / Music
We all know about the classic instruments of music such as guitar, drums, violin, and the list goes on. But have you ever heard of the music instrument called Rasendriya? Well, this innovative music instrument is the creation of Rizal Abdulhadi, a uniquely talented multi-instrumentalist, folk singer, songwriter, instrument maker and social activist from West Java, Indonesia.
Artists / Music / Videos
What image comes to your mind when you think of a ‘guitarist’? Probably, a cool guy/girl cranking distortion and making the crowd go crazy. But music has nothing to do with looks or attire. And you’ll surely believe it after watching these two Indian women, who are slaying it layer-by-layer with their kickass guitar skills.
Don’t mistake this art piece as a home decor object, it’s actually a musical instrument. Handmade by Ukrainian artist and musician, Dmitriy Gubarev, this musical instrument is called Guda drum (tongue drum) that looks as well as sounds truly out of this world.
Featured / Offbeat
While most of us use Facebook to make our presence felt, stay connected with friends and make new friends, the famous Bengali singer named Silajit Majumder is using this online platform to demand ₹500 for accepting friend requests. Not only that but the friend request comes with an expiry of two months and after that, you have to pay again to stay connected. But why...