“People that know us, know that we’ve put everything we had into this. It’s our bread and butter. The flooding was a fatal blow."
In what to watch this week, three pieces of reality television on YouTube that take you exploring up into the north of Pakistan
The Lost Procession gives a stunningly detailed visual and audio picture of life and death, loss and celebration in the Hazara
The 20-year-old has been making music for a decade now and has come a long way, evident from his introspective body of work
Abdullah Siddiqui is the electropop prodigy who has taken the Pakistan music scene by storm. But behind this mature songwriting
Haniya Aslam bid adieu to the spotlight at the height of Zeb and Haniya’s popularity. Now she’s back with her first solo track
The song is a collaboration with Rameez Anwar, the grandson of legendary Pakistani writer and composer Khwaja Khursheed Anwar
Woh Umeed Ki Manzil is a collaboration between musician and music producer and Khwaja Khursheed Anwar’s grandson Rameez Anwar
With the tying of the knot as the central theme, Icon takes a close look at weddings in this week’s watchlist
Netflix’s reality TV series Indian Matchmaking is an easy watch but also holds up a much-needed mirror to desi society, culture
Will the reopening of tourism in GB provide some relief or has the pandemic made the future of tourism more uncertain?
Little Fires Everywhere is a story about women by women and it shows in its complexity
Icon’s recommendations on what to watch off the internet…
Deeply conservative communities with strict gender roles. Sound familiar? If there is one thing you should watch during
People around the world could be facing months of self-isolation at home which makes it the ideal condition for binge
As Kashmir walks Icon through a preview of its forthcoming album Khwaab, the band members explain the philosophy behind
The artists’ collective known as Paanch has finally come out with its first mix-tape release, featuring The Sounds of
How does he feel looking back at it now? “That unlike most of my performances, this is as good as it’ll be,” he responds
Ali Sethi’s quirkiness doesn’t just limit itself to his personality but also spills over into his brand of original
Salt Arts put together its second annual musical performance event last week.