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Whether it’s a shoegaze band from Chandigarh, thrash metal act from Visakhapatnam, rapper from Kashmir, vocal folk quartet from Kohima, Tamil indie pop act from Madurai, or a singer-songwriter from Mussoorie, Maed in India is where you’ll discover it. Started in 2015, music nerd and ex-radio presenter Mae Mariyam Thomas showcases the best talent coming out of South Asia and its diaspora. The show is India’s first indie music podcast and prides itself on being the premier destination for new ...
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On the special occasion of Sri Lanka’s Independence Day on Feb 4th, Mae sits down with Sri Lankan reggae/dub/rock band, The Soul. They chat about the band's insistence on NOT being a cover band and making only original music (and being a broke musician in the process), the sad sad situation of Sri Lanka’s economy but also how it’s not sad and every…
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This week on the show, we have bass player and producer NATE08 joining Mae in the studio. They discuss his debut full length album Furaha, from which he performs three songs with a little help from Jeremy D'souza on drums, Sid Shirodkar on keys, Harsh Gadhvi on the guitar, and Azamaan Hoyvoy on vocals. Nate also tells us about how his dad bought hi…
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It's that time of the year again, where we settle into changing 2023 to 2024 in our diary. However, before we completely say goodbye to 2023, Mae brings you the Best of 2023 (and no we’re not talking about that bikini vacation in Andaman), with her favourite music performances from the ghosts of Maed in India’s past! From celebrating 300 episodes w…
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We have New Delhi-bred, Singapore-based artist Anirudh Singh Chohan in the studio this week, as he chats with Mae about how his Dad introduced him to music from Mozart to ghazals to Simon & Garfunkel, starting an Instagram Live show during the pandemic, and about his extensive guitar collection. He also tells more about his debut EP Unequal Music, …
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We’ve got a new mixtape for you from our newest member of the Maed in India team, audio engineer & sound editor, Sarthak Ray. Savera is his recipe for mornings sponsored by Delhi nostalgia (yes, he’s a Delhi boy). Each song takes you through moments when you just want to stay in bed a little longer or need a big bang to kickstart your morning worko…
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Mae gets chatting with Anoushka Maskey, a singer-songwriter originally from Gangtok, this week on Maed in India. Anoushka gets candid about feeling like she doesn’t belong anywhere, learning to play a right-handed guitar as a lefty from her elder brother, struggling at her corporate jobs before quitting to pursue music, and what it was like making …
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Tune in this week for an auditory adventure led by Jishnu, the man behind Maed in India's visual wonders. This 'khichdi of a mixtape,' as he puts it, has been a long time coming, and takes you on a whirlwind of a musical journey with artists and genres reaching far and wide. From fuzzy guitar jams in Sikkim to indie rock in Chicago and some soul mu…
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Kasto cha?! This week on Maed in India, we have an indie dream pop act band all the way from Kathmandu on show… Phosphenes! Mae chats with band members Abhishekh, Aman, and Prajwal about the indie music scene in Nepal, producing music in their bedrooms, visa woes and why Nepali momos are the best momos. And, of course, they perform four songs from …
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This week we have another new Maed in India producer, Meghna Gulati, with her first ever #MaedMixtape, 'Raahat - it translates to the cosiest kind of comfort. You know, that warm hug from a dear old friend or floating around lazily in a pool - it’s a gentle pause amidst the chaos. The songs on her mixtape are a whispered peace to her busy brain. An…
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This week we have Maed in India’s newbie producer Ruchi Sawardekar with her first ever #MaedMixtape - Platypus. As an animal enthusiast, no creature has piqued her curiosity more than the odd looking, platypus. Ruchi brings you some of the most fascinating and bizarre facts about this Australian-native amphibian that’s got a paddle-shaped tail like…
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Maed in India’s sound wizard and Head of Audio Production, Kartik Kulkarni is back with his second mixtape. After the success of his previous mixtape 'Catnip,' Kartik found himself in a creative drought, experiencing a 'Nakabandi' of ideas in his head. And guess what? That's exactly the title of his new mixtape! Grab your headphones and get ready t…
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Maed in India’s illustrator and graphic designer Alika is back with another Maed Mixtape. As with her last mixtape ‘Hippocampus’, she chose the name because she really wanted to draw an islet, but came to realise that the songs she chose on this mixtape were also like islets – standout pieces of music amongst the waves. So put those headphones on, …
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Back with another mixtape after ‘Mirinda’ is Nikkethana aka Nikki, our producer at Maed in India. This time, she’s drawn an analogy between the changing seasons of nature and the changing circumstances of our lives. Let the songs on this mixtape make you experience a year full of Seasons! Song List: Utsavi Jha - Chanchal Mann (01:46 - 04:46) Nikhit…
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This Maed Mixtape was brought to you by Sakshi, who works as an HR, Admin, and Production Assistant here at Maed in India. We’re not sure if she missed the memo and thought she was making a food video to teach us how to prepare her favourite dum biryani recipe, but she managed to bring it back to regular programming. So you get to enjoy a mixtape o…
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Put your backpack on and your school name tag because Mae’s back on mixtape duty and this time she’s brought her water bottle in tow. Those Milton water bottles were not just containers that stored water but the ultimate school accessory in the 90s. So grab your water bottle, take a refreshing sip and get ready to go dive into a pool of musical adv…
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Next up in this Maed Mixtape takeover by the Maed in India team is our audio engineer Lakshman. As a follow up to his previous mixtape ‘Popcorn’, something he can’t get enough of, he’s named this one after something even more dear to him – his beloved cup of joe. His methodical (read: obsessive) preparation process is the best part of his day, and …
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We’re back with our second round of Maed Mixtapes made by yours truly, the Maed in India team! This week, Maed in India producer Husein returns with an aptly named mixtape with a playlist of songs that will transport you to a dreamy place far, far away. So fasten your seatbelts, sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride. Thank you for choosing Maed in In…
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It’s time for yet another mixtape in this round of Team Maed mixtapes, as our very own graphic designer and illustrating wizard Alika Gupta puts together her own playlist of Indian indie music she enjoys. As a visual person, she named her Maed Mixtape after a mythological creature she wanted to draw for the mixtape cover. Nothing wrong with playing…
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We may have left the Ladies Special behind us in March, but the conversation around woman in music must not end. So, on this episode of Maed in India, we’re featuring the prolific percussionist and producer, Swarupa Ananth. She tells us what it was like growing up around her first musical inspirations – her mother and grandmother, picking up the ta…
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It’s the final chapter of our 2023 Ladies Special, and we’re featuring Bhojpuri folk artist Nimisha Shankar. She chats to Mae about how learning classical music as a child wasn’t something that interested her as much as singing folk music, interacting with Bhojpuri-speaking people from over 16 countries, and setting up Recalling Roots, a project th…
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This week, on our Ladies Special, Mae is joined by Carnatic musician and vocalist Sushma Soma, based in Singapore and Chennai. Sushma opens up about quitting her Big Four accounting job to pursue music full time, her passion for sustainability and the environment, as well as preserving traditional artforms. She even opens up about the often problem…
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Our Ladies Special is chugging along very nicely, and this episode is no different! We feature Assamese Soul-pop folk singer-songwriter Sampriti, who talks about instances of colourism she’s had to face in her life, landing a job as a performer on a cruise ship, and writing in Assamese coming to her naturally. Of course, she performs three songs in…
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We declare the 2023 edition of Maed in India’s Ladies Special open for your listening pleasure! It’s our annual celebration of women in independent music in India, and our theme this year goes back to our country’s musical roots. We’re featuring artists who showcase India’s rich heritage through their identity, regional language or music style. To …
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It’s happening. No, this isn’t a dream. We can’t contain our excitement any longer. We have two HUGE reasons to celebrate. It’s Maed in India’s 300th episode!!! We’re celebrating this milestone with a band that’s been the soundtrack of the lives of college students through the late 90s and early 2000s. Mae has the iconic alt rock band Zero in the s…
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Our series of team-made Maed Mixtapes returns this week with ‘Mirinda’. Yes, the bright orange soda. It also happens to be a word in Esperanto, which is the world's most widely spoken constructed language. The person who curated this effervescent mixtape is Nikkethana aka Nikki, a producer at Maed in India! She’ll tell you why she chose ‘Mirinda’, …
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