Music

February, 2016

  • 13 February

    Demons: A Tale of Musical Melancholy and Frailty

    Whenever I listen to a song, I can’t help but see images, words and even complete stories forming in my mind’s eye; essentially guided by the lyrics taking up the reins of an esoteric narrative, while the music acts as the much-needed web of intricacy which the narrative is built …

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  • 12 February

    Are DJs Musicians?: Is Electronic Music Actually “Music”?

    Through this article, I’ll be resurrecting a debate that has been going on for a while, on music forums, Youtube comments and all over the place since the start of the ever-flowing transformation of the music industry. This debate stems from a belief that music is restricted to real instruments …

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  • 11 February

    Music and Mind Control: Is the Music Industry Brainwashing You?

    “Music directly imitates the passions or states of the soul; hence, when one listens to music that imitates certain passion, he becomes imbued with the same passion; … In short, if one listens to the wrong kind of music he will become the wrong kind of person; but, conversely, if …

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  • 10 February

    The Music of Nature: A Perpetual Performance

    Music, in general, is defined as the art of combining vocal and instrumental sounds (sometimes just one of them) to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion. But the more we explore about music, just then we would realize that it is not only a rhythm, a melody …

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  • 9 February

    4 OSTs that redefined the gaming experience

    If you are a gamer you probably have been exposed to some really crazy pieces of music which you probably missed amongst the action and the adrenaline rushes. On the other hand, the songs that we come across in games add to the feel of it and are actually tailored …

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  • 8 February

    Music and Community: Rediscovering our lost connection with each other

    For ages, mankind has yearned for togetherness and the feeling of communion, whether it be between two individuals on an intimate physical plain, or be it in the form of a gathering or a festival. This feeling of community is an aspect which has been so heavily respected and emphasized …

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June, 2015

  • 21 June

    JAMS Volume 1

    JAMS Volume 1 is the result of the new wing of THC Labs: Sound Tripping or simply Sounds of THC. It is a collection of four tracks where a set of experimental musicians came together to experiment with sounds.     Recording Partner: House Of Rock Contributing Artists: Ashwin Ramesh | Nisarg …

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