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Chords of Chaos—Ice Nine Kills: Band Review

In an era of synth and electro-pop dominated music, Ice Nine Kills, nearly two decades after their formation, have finally started gaining momentum in the mainstream. In this article, we follow their journey, discover their musical genius, and see their plans for the future.

No Tricks, Only Treats—Skeletunes by Chords & Co.

Celebrations didn’t cease even when we are in the midst of a pandemic, as Chords & Co. presented a Halloween themed event to celebrate individuality and talent. Featuring devilish designs and spine-tingling song covers, Skeletunes comprised goodies that would leave you howling for more.

The Mid-Term Playlist [Odd Sem’20]

With two months of online classes culminating into a mid-term examination, motivation is of the essence in these stressful times. Let the playlists curated by the Post help ease this burden, as you persevere through these sleepless nights.

Melody Behind the Madness — Dissecting Concept Albums

We live in an era where people consume and discard music at an insanely rapid rate—yet some songs do stick around longer than a one-hit-wonder. Music that addresses the issues that lie stagnant in today’s society wakes up the inner voices of the listener. In this article, we explore unparalleled artistry which helps connect us through a meaningful note.

Crescendo—Revels ’20

Crescendo allowed the music aficionados of Manipal to show their rhythmic caliber on stage. As the audiences were engulfed in vibrant yet soulful music, the participants held nothing back to win the competitions. From Acapellas to Rap Battles, Crescendo allured to every member of the music community.

The Sessionals Playlist Vol.I [Even Sem’20]

Whether it’s company that you need during those caffeine-fueled sessional all-nighters, or a few mellow tunes to chill out to during your extended breaks—The MIT Post’s Sessionals Playlist has got you covered. So grab your headphones, and sit back and relax with our ambient Instrumental playlist, or get an extra boost of energy with the Vocal playlist as you burn the midnight oil.

Rabindra Sangeet—The Echoes of Tagore’s Words

Tagore—the man responsible for bringing home the first Nobel prize, was a visionary who penned down his wide-ranging intellect and ideals in the form of poems and songs. In this article, we regard the various cultural, historical, and socio-economic contributions of his works that impact the nation, and the world of literature to this very day.

Honouring Seventy-One Years of a Republic

On the occasion of India’s 71st Republic Day, Manipal had witnessed celebrations throughout the day. Starting early with a flag hoisting ceremony and march, and ending with an evening filled with music and dance, it was a lovely way to commemorate this landmark event.

The End Semester Playlist [Odd Sem’19]

With another semester coming to an end, we at the MIT Post bring you our final playlists of the semester. Our carefully curated beats are sure to help you get through the long sleepless nights ahead, so plug in your earphones and get going!