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The Good Gigs In Goa

Uploading the last clips from all the sessions we played in Goa. With good friend and super talented percussionist Rambo (Jobin George) from Kerala, India. It was an amazing experience. 15 more words


2 Way Conversation - [disquiet0257] by audiodays

This week’s Disquiet asked for some noise. I’ve based the whole piece on a recording of a 2-way conversation over a radio. All the sounds are from the recording but with all sorts of filters and effects added to them. 108 more words


Where you listen matters

A few years ago, I had been to a concert of Sikkil Gurucharan, where he sang a scintillating marukkulaviya thiruppugazh as sub main. Unfortunately we were not able to continue listening the concert in peace, owing to the light music songs blaring through the speakers from the next building which turned out to be a marriage hall. 371 more words


Guitar at Sunset - Pastel Drawing

Inspired by a late summer afternoon when shadows are long. Glasses are filled with libations and music flows freely.

The pastel drawing is centered on music art. 65 more words


The next raga in the series is Begada, a raga whose scale doesn’t conform to order. I always imagined ragas like Kamas and Begada to be these rebellious kids refusing to stand in line during school assembly. 229 more words


Tambaram V Sundaresan

Learning music is predominantly experiential and practical (as opposed to theoretical). And so Guru is the most important part of your education. This post is a part of… 313 more words



I started writing a series of posts on Carnatic Ragas, a few years ago. We did 16 ragas then, and having been inspired by a few requests to continue, here I am kick starting the second set of ragas. 281 more words