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Maed in India - India's first indie music podcast that showcases the best Indian independent musicians from India and abroad. Each episode presents an interview with an artist/band along with an exclusive stripped down session or acoustic renditions of their original music. The weekly show prides itself on being the destination for new music, little known stories, and unreleased music never heard before. It features all kinds of artists from new-comers to veterans and under a variety of genr ...
 
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This week’s Maed Mixtape is brought to you by Maed in India’s very own producer, Husein! As the producer of the show, he listens to a whole bunch of music that indie artists from all across the country submit to Maed in India every day. So, choosing his favourites for this playlist was really difficult, but also really simple at the same time! What…
 
We’re back with another Maed Mixtape maed by one of our very own! This time on curating and hosting duty is Lakshman Parsuram, an audio engineer at Maed in India. He’s put together a diverse bunch of talented artists and their songs on his mixtape ‘Popcorn’, an ode to something he can never get enough of. So throw your own bag of kernels in the mic…
 
Joining Mae in the studio this week on Maed in India is alternative hip-hop artist BC Azad aka Arijit Sett. They speak about his early days in Kolkata’s indie music scene, what drew him to hip-hop, and what being a multilingual rapper means to him. He also performs 3 songs from his debut album ‘Naya Hindustan’! Song List: Naya Hindustan (00:10 - 03…
 
This is not a drill – Maed Mixtapes are back! Well, er… this isn’t a Maed mixtape, technically. After months of resistance towards mixtapes from Maed in India’s very own Partner/Legal Council/Financial Advisor/Administrator/ Head of Production and everything in between, Shaun Fanthome (who wanted to focus on our studio sessions), he has finally rel…
 
On this episode of Maed in India, Mae features Mumbai based singer-songwriter and music journalist David Britto aka Arrows. He talks to Mae about how his parents enrolled him for guitar classes (which he hated), what his moniker ‘Arrows’ could have been, why he doesn’t sing on Arrows songs, and more about his multiple upcoming projects, including o…
 
On Maed in India this week, we have Baroda-based singer-songwriter, producer and visual artist Shashwat Bulusu. Mae chats to him about how his relationship with music went from a tabla, to a guitar, to a punk metal band, to eventually becoming a producer. He tells us more about how his Shashwat and Bullu sides come together on his debut album Pinoc…
 
On the show this week are the Easy Wanderlings. They’re a soul, pop, indie-folk band whose 3 founding members featured on Ep. 67 of the show in 2016, albeit anonymously. They are joined by the rest of the current line-up, who tell Mae how each of them joined the band, the challenges of making music in an 8-member band, and what their upcoming EP 'C…
 
This week, on Maed in India, Mae chats with New Delhi-based bassist and music producer, Harshit Misra aka Hashbass. He performs 3 unreleased tracks exclusively for all you Maed in India listeners. And he features his friend Punjabi singer-rapper Jasdeep Singh aka Burrah. Mae and Harshit talk about taking up music tuitions at a young age, what he lo…
 
On this episode of Maed in India, we’re back in the studio with singer-songwriter and producer Ankit Dayal, who released his debut album Tropical Snowglobe (Side A) earlier this year. He performs three songs from the album, and chats to Mae about why he likes his album names on the long side. They also reminisce about his days in pop rock band, Spu…
 
As we wrap up our series ‘Where Did They Go?’ we head back to episode 136 of the show from September 2018. Mae was joined by R&B neo-soul act Smalltalk, and she asked them about the story behind their band name, and how the songs came together for their debut EP ‘Tacit’. They also thoroughly enjoyed guitarist Siddharth’s school teacher voice, vocal…
 
This week on Maed in India’s rebroadcast series ‘Where Did They Go?’, Mae jumps back to October 2016, to episode 68, when 4 members of alt rock act, Spud in the Box were on the show. They performed stripped down versions of 3 songs from their then sophomore release, Lead Feet Paper Shoes, and chatted about alternative band names, working with KJ Si…
 
The next episode that Mae’s picked from our glorious archives – on our “Where Did They Go?” rebroadcast series – is episode 36 of Maed in India from February 2016. This was when she had Bombay blues-rock band The Tripp in the studio, and spoke to them about how the band of (mostly) St Andrew's boys came together, why certain ex band members left, t…
 
Back on the “Where Did They Go?” rebroadcast series, Mae brings you Kimochi Youkai, the five-member jazz/RnB/neo-soul act that was on the show in December 2018, on the 149th episode of Maed in India. They talk about how they met at True School of Music, how their lineup changed, the meaning of Kimochi Youkai, and more! Take a look at our episode ar…
 
Hi! While we’ve been on hiatus, Mae decided to go back to her older Maed in India episodes, particularly the ones where bands have either disbanded, or are on an indefinite hiatus. It got her thinking – “Where Did They Go?” And so, to ease back in from our hiatus, we’re showcasing Maed in India episodes from way back when that featured bands that a…
 
A cryptic email in the Maed in India inbox has now manifested itself into a Maed in India studio session. All the way from Dimapur (and Kohima) in Nagaland is pop-rock band Trance Effect on the show this week! They talk to Mae about how the band was originally going to be named after a Disney movie, they explain some of the fun Easter eggs in the c…
 
On this episode of Maed in India, Mae is joined in the studio by Mumbai’s very own Aaliyah Qureishi, a pop, rock and soul singer-songwriter who goes by the name of Jhalli. They chat about how she goes all-out defying gender roles to embrace her jhalli-ness, how one of the first songs she ever wrote was inspired by a dead frog, and making her Dadi’s…
 
The artist that Mae has featured on Maed in India this week not only makes music in multiple genres, but he also plays multiple instruments. 25 to be precise. We have Chennai-based singer-songwriter, composer and music producer Alvin Presley on the show to talk about his sophomore EP Pain Geography, how his first ever guitar was a knock off, being …
 
Mumbai-based singer-songwriter ruhdabeh joins Mae in the studio to chat about everything from the story behind why her mother did not want her and her brother to have basic names, to how she’s a self-confessed control freak who taught herself piano, guitar and ukulele and then went on to write, record, produce and mix her own debut EP called ‘of di…
 
On this episode of Maed in India, Mae is joined by Shrenik Ganatra, who’s here all the way from Brooklyn, New York, to represent his alt-rock, shoegaze band Minaxi. They chat about how Minaxi takes influences from alt rock outfits like The Smashing Pumpkins and Pakistani rock bands like Jal (you gotta hear it to believe it). He also opens up about …
 
Get ready for a power packed episode injected with that strong Mallu feminine energy, because on the show this week is singer-composer Anna Katharina Valayil aka Tribemama Marykali all the way from Kottayam, Kerala. She talks to Mae about her artist name, how she balances the Mary and Kali parts of herself, and the story of how her now mother-in-la…
 
The guest for this week’s episode of Maed in India, Joshua Fernandez, has already been on the show before - on our 38th episode from 2016, as the frontman of Chennai alt/indie rock band The F16s. This time, Joshua is here with his lo-fi/indie electro-pop solo project JBABE, which he says was a conscious effort to step away from the sound of The F16…
 
It’s a new week and a new artist on Maed in India today! Joining us in the studio is psychedelic rock/new wave/80s post-punk singer-songwriter Dhanraj Karal aka Dohnraj, who tells Mae about how he left chartered accountancy behind to pursue music, how he learned to stop obsessing over perfection and a wild story involving Quincy Jones, Naomi Campel…
 
This week, on Maed in India, Mae is joined in the studio by singer-producer duo RANJ & Clifr aka Ranjani Ramadoss and Chlipher Christopher, who make some tunes that bring R&B, pop and hip-hop together in their signature style. They chat to Mae about being roommates and constantly making music together, writing songs from random word prompts, how th…
 
We’re back to the studio this week on Maed in India, and on the show today is hip-hop R&B singer-producer Micah Bedford. Mae asks Micah for (basically) his entire life story, from his initially tumultuous experience trying to pursue music full-time and wanting to be a race car driver, to taking a gap year to travel and volunteer across the world, a…
 
This week, Mae speaks to folk-rock, indie pop singer-songwriter Aanchal Bordoloi, who hails from Assam. Aanchal and Mae share boarding school stories, she also tells Mae about her super cool grandfather, rebelling against the notion that girls can't be loud and proud, and an epic pick-up line she tried on a boy. This episode features her single Whi…
 
Indian folk fusion band Yugm joins Mae all the way from The Pink City of Jaipur. She chats to vocalist and guitarist Abhishek Jingar, and flautist Mayank Parashar, about how Abhishek initially hid his music career from his parents for a whole year, what drew them to using their music for social impact, having to censor some of their songs at gigs d…
 
It’s the last week of March, and with that, comes the final episode of Maed in India’s Ladies Special for this year – and it sure is a fun one! Mae chats to singer-songwriters Sanjeeta Bhattacharya & Tanmaya Bhatnagar, who joined forces for their 2021 collab Itne Pyaar Se (Thoda Darr Lagta Hai). Sanjeeta & Tanmaya talk about how the song came from …
 
A new week, a new lady collab for you right here on Maed in India’s annual Ladies Special! On this episode, we’re featuring sister act The Dasgupta Sisters, made up of Paroma and Pragya Dasgupta. Their self-titled EP marries the genres of electronica, jazz and funk to four Chota Khayal bandishes. It’s also a tribute to their mother, a renowned Hind…
 
Welcome back to the Ladies Special! A series we do every March to celebrate the talented women of the country's indie scene. This year, our theme is Lady Collabs, and on this episode, Mae is joined by harpist and singer-songwriter Nush Lewis, and singer-songwriter Kamakshi Khanna, who collaborated on Letters to myself. They have a heart-to-heart ab…
 
It’s March, and we know what that means on Maed in India. It’s time for the Ladies Special! It’s our annual series of episodes to showcase some of the most talented women from India’s indie music scene. This year, the theme is Lady Collabs. And the first musical pair we’re featuring is soul pop duo Gouri and Aksha, made up of Gouri Ranjit from Kera…
 
This week, Mae features an artist who is pretty familiar with the stage, but not as a musician. He's stand-up comedian Aakash Mehta, who recently dropped his debut record 'What a Life’. They chat about his international folk dance performances, how music has always been his first love, his ability to play an array of percussive instruments in high …
 
This week, on Maed in India, we’re introducing you to a freshly minted act in the indie music scene. In the studio with Mae are ambient electronic musician Shadaab Kadri aka Riatsu, and multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, and educator Nush Lewis, who have joined forces to create the live harp & electronica project Kayoben. They explain how th…
 
Kicking off our 2022 studio sessions is Bangalore folk rock band Swarathma! They talk to Mae about their time (and money) during the pandemic, they explain their exquisitely worded band member bios, unpack their relationship with social causes, and talk about a musical project that helped tribal musicians from across the country make their own orig…
 
Joining us on this episode all the way from sunny Los Angeles, California is R&B, soul, indie, folk singer-songwriter Ramya Pothuri. It's been a while since they hung out, and clearly the only way Mae can catch up with people is by interviewing them. On this episode, she tells us why she’s now an LA girl, why she needs Mae to be her drama intervent…
 
We’ve come to the end of our nostalgia-fueled expedition into Maed in India’s archives, and for a fitting finale we have none other than rapper Taran Kaur Dillon… aka Hard Kaur! A pioneer in the hip hop scene and one of the few women rapping in a male-dominated industry, she featured on Episode 74 in November 2016. She talked to Mae about her diffi…
 
Throwing it back to September 2017, Episode 110 of the show, we bring you indie scene pioneer and frontman of rock outfit Indus Creed, Uday Benegal! He talks about Indus Creed’s OG avatar Rock Machine, moving to New York, jamming with Slash, and being a cynical optimist. And despite recovering from an injury, he plays stripped down versions of his …
 
Happy New Year to our Maed in India fam! It’s 2022, and for this week’s episode, we’re going waaaaay back into our archives to Episode 20 (you read that right) of Maed in India from October 2015. This was when Mae had India-born California-raised indie-folk singer-songwriter Zoya Mohan on the show! Zoya and her guitarist Anthony joined Mae at the i…
 
This week, on Maed in India, we continue our journey through our archives with a very special episode. It was July 2017 when Episode 104 of Maed in India came out, and it featured none other than the British reggae dancehall legend Apache Indian! Trying (but not always succeeding) to keep her fangirlling under control, Mae chats to him about his Ja…
 
On this week’s episode of our Maed in India nostalgia-fest, we’re throwing it back to Episode 119 that came out in November 2017. This was Carnatic jazz singer-songwriter Aditi Ramesh’s first appearance on Maed in India. She talks about how she left corporate law to pursue music, her parents’ disappointment, and of course, curd rice. She also perfo…
 
We’re moving fast to the end of this eventful, or relatively uneventful year, and Mae thinks it’s time to slow down and take a look back. We’re talking waaaay back, considering we’re also over 260 episodes old! Yay, Maed in India! So, to begin this trip down memory lane, we’re starting with Episode 67 released in September 2016. At the time “up-and…
 
This episode features some major Mallu bonding between Mae and singer-songwriter, producer & educator Shilpa Ananth, whose music seamlessly melds R&B, soul, jazz with her Carnatic stylings. Shilpa opens up about her journey as an artist, navigating desi parents, complicated work visas, and above all else, fear... which also happens to be the name o…
 
oaf. (noun) a man who is rough or clumsy and unintelligent. Not to be confused with OAFF aka Kabeer Kathpalia, who catches up with Mae on this episode of Maed in India. The electronica producer and composer talks about the meaning behind his artist name and if he still resonates with it, his experience attending experimental schools, his punk band,…
 
The name of this week’s act on Maed in India is enough to get us pumped for this episode, but did you know they were not originally called what they are now? We’re talking about alternative/indie pop band The Lightyears Explode, and on today’s episode, Mae gets to know from vocalist/guitarist Saurabh Roy, bassist Shalom Benjamin and guitarist Jishn…
 
In the studio with Mae for this episode is singer-songwriter and guitarist Bhrigu Sahni. Between all the banter and hysterical laughing, they talk about Bhrigu’s journey from Khadki Junction Blues to busking on subway platforms in New York, the bitter pill that is testing your music on your parents, singing Marathi powadas with his mother, and Bhri…
 
IT’S HAPPENING! Maed in India is back in the studio with some incredible artists, their most entertaining stories, and their latest music. So, of course, we had to turn up the heat for our first one back. And to do that, we have none other than rapper Chaitanya Sharma aka SlowCheeta chatting to Mae about the origins of his rap name, having to rip i…
 
The world of the interwebs is a wondrous place (most of the time). For Maed in India, it allows us an incredible opportunity to connect with indie artists from across the country. And that’s exactly what we did on this episode! Here to chat about her journey as an artist, winning a Most Promising Artist award (yes, we do find out what she's promisi…
 
We’re at the last stop of Maed in India’s Our Neighbours 2021, and it’s a bittersweet moment after a journey filled with music, banter and new friendships from across the Subcontinent. Our grand finale takes us to Karachi, Pakistan, as we present A For Aleph, a record label, artist collective & music residency, with their collaborative project ‘Qur…
 
On this episode of Maed in India’s Our Neighbours 2021 series, we’re heading east, with a hop, skip and a jump over the border to Bangladesh. Here, we meet rock duo from Dhaka, Dads In The Park, made up of Ishmam Salim and Tajwar ul Islam. In their chat with Mae, they reveal the backstory behind the band’s name (if there were dads or parks involved…
 
We’re more than halfway through Maed in India’s Our Neighbours 2021, but the longest trip of the journey has just begun, because for this episode of the interview series, we’re flying over a couple continents to meet Tamil-Canadian mridangam player, singer & producer Yanchan! He takes Mae through forcing his parents to let him learn the mridangam a…
 
The journey continues on Maed in India’s Our Neighbours 2021, as we head to our island neighbours down south! Say hello to R&B/funk/soul/jazz band from Colombo, Unscripted, made up of brothers Shamika and Saveen Makalanda, along with Steven Shera, Charith Fernando, Malitha Dee and Prashan Bastianz. On this episode, Mae chats to Saveen and Charith a…
 
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