Shantanu Maheshwari and his D3 co-actor Macedon Dmello become directors for their new ‘World Dance Music Video’

Shantanu Maheshwari and his Dil Dosti Dance (D3) co-actor Macedon Dmello have turned directors for their upcoming new dance music video. They had to shoot the videos during the lockdown in absolute restrictive measures. Therefore, both, Shantanu and Macedon decided to turn directors for the video. Speaking about the direction aspect and working behind the […]

A beginner’s guide to Final Fantasy 14

FF14 also may not satisfy you if you’re looking for a deep challenge unless you’re willing to devote time to endgame “extreme” and “savage” content. Even then, most of the normal content is relatively easy compared to what you’ll find in, say, World of Warcraft, and most of the biggest challenges rely on knowing when […]

Gujian 3 comes close to being the Final Fantasy of Chinese RPGs

Even though the translation may occasionally falter, or doesn’t fully capture the nuances of the Chinese language and the game’s lore, it’s exciting that Gujian 3 so faithfully evokes an underrepresented genre of Chinese fiction in English. Many of its developers belonged to the studio behind China’s most iconic xianxia games: The Legend of Sword […]

Final Fantasy 16 could be announced during PS5 showcase according to latest rumour

Whether we see any kind of Final Fantasy 16 official reveal or teaser remains to be seen, but it doesn’t seem to be entirely outside of the realms of possibility. The next installment in the Final Fantasy franchise is thought to have been in the works for quite some time now, and it would make […]

Trinbago Knight Riders v St Lucia Zouks, CPL 2020 final, Fantasy Pick, team predictions

As it has been throughout the tournament at the venue, the pitch will be helpful for spinners. While the Knight Riders have tackled spin very well, the Zouks have struggled a bit. Pack your team with quality spinners and batsmen who can handle pressure and counter spin well.

The magical lessons music can teach you

Describing itself as ‘an eclectic and vibrating experience of music,’ the festival will offer visitors a chance to listen to the languages and instruments indigenous to different countries, including the UK, Argentina, India, Italy and Spain. 

Sibelius: where to start with his music

Further composition studies in Berlin and Vienna between 1889 and 1891 included an encounter with the symphonies of Anton Bruckner, perhaps as a result of which he began writing orchestral music that he conducted on his return to Helsinki. He also started work on a much more ambitious project, the choral symphony Kullervo, based on […]

Inside mind of ‘world’s worst serial killer’ dubbed ‘The Beast’ who butchered 400 kids

Garavito only accepts food and drink from a few guards that he trusts because he fears being poisoned, and he rarely agrees to leave his cell. It is said he spends his time making earrings and necklaces, and is relaxed and chatty with guards.

Turnage world premiere review – a heartfelt tribute to Oliver Knussen

Still needing a large orchestra – players were spread around the main body of St Luke’s, with brass in the gallery – Last Song bursts into life with a propulsive, jubilant dance: trumpets and woodwind skittering, percussion (claves, timbales, chimes, tom-toms) holding their own jerky conversation with pizzicato violins, and underpinning all a steady, big-footed […]

Toots Hibbert’s pure, powerful voice carried reggae to the world

It meant that Hibbert never wanted for live work, even after the Maytals disbanded and his recording career slowed down following 1981’s Knockout, an album on which the excursions into disco (Will You Be Kind) and straightforward soul (the wonderful Missing You) were more satisfying than the reggae tracks – the latter in particular was […]