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It turns out that the independent music scene in India has risen above the mercury of the old women's summer and indeed looks promising. Western music has been made over the years, talented artists have mixed traditional Indian music with Western music to create something truly magical. The classical music of Hindustani inspired melodies, and artists from different countries often work together. This certainly gives the music a certain freshness, but is also a welcome change from the traditional sounds of Western music.

If it looks absolutely good, it is a German Bluthner piano, which sells for Rs 4 lakh and above. Sharma has the ability to produce some of the best instruments in the country, "said musician Kamala Shankar. We are all Indians, says the musician, whose music is best expressed in Hindi, but he is not limited to a certain genre.

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If you think that the independent music scene in India is limited to the Indian Ocean, just wait until you see the list, which goes on and on. It is dominated by highly qualified singers and focuses mainly on folk music, folk dance and folk rock "n" roll. Most of the traditional Indian music, such as folk songs, comes from the oral tradition and most of it has never been recorded.

First came YouTube, which gave way to do-it-yourselfers who didn't need a record label to produce and distribute their music, and a whole host of music festivals that couldn't care less and tend to turn a nose up, like Bollywood.

Inspired by the musicologist Alan Lomax and with field recordings of what he heard, Malhotra-Sharma traveled on through India, traveling with aging masters like Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong, taking their influences and recording in - the - field recording of his hearing. This kind of collaboration began and led to a new genre of music called Indo - jazz, which combines classical jazz and Indian influences. Bombay and Calcutta remain important hubs of jazz, while Connaught Place in Delhi is a smaller scene in the north. A well-known Bollywood song called "Anthony Gonsalves" brings the sound of Western music to B Hollywood and ties it to the industry's predominantly Indian classical tradition. In the 1960s, with a taste of India came the rise of classical music and the influence of legendary jazz legends such as Asa Jahangir, Duke and Elington, Louis Armstrong and Miles Davis.

Over the years, Malhotra divided his time between New Delhi and Madison and divided his years between them. Amarrass's New Delhi shop window looks exactly like his Madison store, but he looks lined up at 27.

In the basement of his shop, there are also bands from Delhi, who are inevitably looking for a new home for their instruments. Indian instruments like Sitar and Tanpura and bebe for foreigners who want to buy them.

With a groovy atmosphere, the festival gives visitors a lot to know about India's growing blues scene. For travelers and music lovers, it proves that they can explore new places while enjoying a diverse mix of music.

The increasing consumption of our music catalogue in all languages has also reminded us of India's diversity and confirmed that regional music is the new champion of India's soft power, "Aditya Gupta, Director of Aditiesa Music, said in a statement. Malhotra said the well-attended tour was an important step in bringing traditional Indian folk music closer to the international mainstream. The most engaging, careful and vital music that has come out of India in recent years has really left its mark on the global music scene.

Well-known and lesser known artists will perform and represent a wide range of genres, from traditional folk music to electronic music, folk rock, jazz, electronics, hip hop and more. On five stages, genres from Bollywood to metal and electronics to jazz and folk rock are grooved and offered in a variety of styles, styles and musical styles from all over the world and from different cultures.

Kanchan Daniel and keyboarder Mukesh Lobo, a Mumbai blues rock band founded in 2012 by Kanchan and Daniel together with keyboarders MukESH and Lobo. We worked together on the music and they did a very good job and we work with them on this music.

Held annually in February in Pune, VH1 Supersonic is one of the largest electronics festivals in the world in terms of attendances and line-ups. The first event, held in both Mumbai and Delhi in 2017, featuring global electronic duo Chainsmokers, did not disappoint with what is considered the world's biggest electronic festival. This outfit from Kerala has been around for over a decade and defines an underground sound with its unique blend of electronic and blues rock.

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