The path he is on, Old yet New. Mysterious. Known yet Unknown. Distorted. Dark yet Bright. Uncertain. Eventually, it will come for him. Whatever that might be. Soon. (Part of my upcoming book soon to be released next month. If you like what you read, or would like to know more regarding the book, stay… Continue reading Followed

Book Review: The Illicit Happiness of Other People

Originally posted on Across Polyethylene:
“In this world, it is very hard to escape happiness.” Manu Joseph is better known as the man behind Open Magazine, and shines as an investigative journalist with his contribution to the expose of Nira Radia tapes as well as being quite boldly critical of a number of different political…

Monthly Music Flashback: January ’14.

To include more music content in my blog and to keep an overall record for my year in music review, I’ve decided to create a new series of blogs where I will be posting about new bands and albums I come across every month. I’ve avoided my playlist, because that would just make things boring.… Continue reading Monthly Music Flashback: January ’14.

Music Review: Kaleidoscope by The F16’s.

Chennai based indie rock band – The F16’s is a group of five individuals in their twenties who put their mark on India’s indie music scene with post-punk revival. While their official SoundCloud page says (their Facebook page lists quite a lot) that they are influenced by many post-punk revival and indie bands like Arctic… Continue reading Music Review: Kaleidoscope by The F16’s.

Winter Rain

January rains. Ever so unusual. It rained heavily early in the morning at 3am, and it hasn’t stopped until now. The rains came from nowhere. Maybe there was a cyclone passing from the north or the east or the south. But I didn’t have a clue. My friend sent me a random weather update yesterday… Continue reading Winter Rain