Taurees Habib talks about working with Oscar-winning producer Hans Zimmer and finding time to make his own music
How a Pakistani heavy metal band survived against the odds
'Pakistan main toh ab music nahi banta yaar'. Think again!
The I Am Karachi Music Festival this year was not like your ordinary go-to weekend event.
"To have experiences like RBMA helps us musicians grow," he says
Lets go beyond fake patriotism, urged Noori as the band celebrated its latest music video 'Aik Tha Badshah' in Karachi
New York City had Hilly Kristal and CBGB, Karachi had Sabeen Mahmud and T2F.
When a country’s leadership feels threatened by opinion and humour, isn’t it clear where the problem lies?
Indie-electronic label FXS's album launch failed to draw a large crowd or sell most of the CDs available. We ask why.
Omran Shafique, Sara Haider, Ali Suhail and Haamid Rahim (Dynoman) are looking forward to people taking music seriously
It is purely love for music that keeps them going – no sales, no audiences and certainly no record label prospects.
Good news: the band's new vocalist can actually sing. Bad news: the song has a generic, appeal-to-the-masses sound
Our performance at music fest SXSW in Texas is possible by US State Department funding, not Pakistani funding, he says
Lahore-based Poor Rich Boy plays at Texas music festival SXSW today, says nobody really cares about the arts in Pakistan
Music-streaming site Patari is your desi-fied Soundcloud. Here, its founders dish about the start-up
“This book isn’t just an account of my life, I'm speaking up for a lot of Pakistani women,” says author Ayesha Tariq
No comic con is complete without Cosplay, and all three days saw a number of enthusiasts with costumes.
The album’s success managed to earn the band a nomination at this year’s Global Indian Music Academy Awards.
At their debut performance, the band proved their chemistry with each other reverberates a sense of perfection.
The humble rendition engulfs listeners in a world of sheer musical grandeur.