Here’s to not going gentle into that good night. Presenting to you a prudently picked mix of music, spanning centuries and genres, to help ease your way through this semester’s final struggle. So, get that coffee boiling, put on those headphones, and groove in.
Whether you’re solving the last set of sample papers, going through your notes, or even calculating the hours left versus chapters remaining, the right piece of music is sure to soothe you through your endeavours. When you hit the books and the books hit back, tune into our calming study playlist.
ADA’s Yakshagana version of Akira Kurosawa’s classic film ‘Rashomon ’, was a reminder that the definitions of ‘good’ and ‘bad’ are never absolute.
‘Laugh until your belly hurts and then laugh just a little bit more’ Dramanon’s Comikaze-VII took this as a challenge and succeeded with excellent plays infused with impressive humour.
‘Daira’ treated Manipal to their music with a brief performance and an interactive session in this event organised by Chords & Co. Read on about this band from Mumbai and the delightful evening that followed.
We, at the MIT Post always believe in doing something new and unprecedented, and after having received much love for our collection of Indian music, we are back with a fresh set of songs for your nightly endeavours. We’ve divided the playlists into the Indian and Western categories. So, take your pick, grab that can of Red Bull, and don’t forget to make history.
One of the few things that captures the cultural diversity of India is Dance. Footloose, the official dance category of Revels’17, managed to capture every aspect of the art of dancing during the Pre-Revels events.
If tunes are the tonic to your troubles, then the Pre-Revels events organised by Crescendo promise to be the best cure. With a variety of events covering every aspect of music, Crescendo managed managed to announce the advent of the Revels season on a beautiful note
MIT’s Hindi literary club, Goonj, planned a line-up of incredibly well-executed acts to commemorate ‘Matrubhasha Divas’ on the 21st of February, 2017. The event lived up to its expectations, with a variety of linguistic talent on display.
Musicians upon whom talent is conferred in as immense a proportion as Guthrie Govan are seldom heard of in the mainstream. As has often been said of the music industry, popularity need not necessarily denote ability. Read more to find out about the musical journey of the maestro himself, including his recent performance at Mumbai.