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In Everyday, Music on January 14, 2012 at 12:06 am

One Day on Earth 2011

In Everyday on January 12, 2012 at 6:19 pm

This is the video that I made for this years One Day on Earth.

<p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/34971678″>An evening in Mumbai, India</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/abhishekc”>Abhishek Chandran</a>

Not as elaborate as last years film which was selected for the crowd sourced documentary. 

That can be found here.

2011 Listening Trends

In Everyday, Music on January 12, 2012 at 5:17 pm

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Most of the regulars featured as the most played artists in 2011.

There were some new entrants though!

 

Broken Social Scene was the ‘break through artist of twenty-eleven’

Drum and Bass continued with the sounds of Chase & Status while Psychedelic Trance made an entry with Protoculture

Dum Hai To Aage Aah!

In Everyday, Music on September 7, 2010 at 8:35 pm

When other peoples work is worth showing.


And no, it wasn’t just the video, it was the music too.
Featuring the ‘B-Boys of Dharavi’!

Dir: Srinivas Sunderrajan
DOP : Varun Dutt
Produced by Enter Guerrilla Films

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Black Swan

In Everyday on August 30, 2010 at 11:26 am

When you look at pictures of people from school now, you realise that the people who were as dumb as a rock, if not more, the ones who all the teachers said would amount to nothing at all other than a piece of wood, became models with a great body and even greater looking women flocking around them 24/7.

The ones who were really athletic and totally into sports, today have the hottest girlfriends and are always about to be accepted by a respectable firm that gives major perks to their sportsmen and off to live a life of content.

The really geeky ones grew up to be insanely geeky adults doing things that contribute to society in a good way along with satisfying their pockets, so you see how women won’t be problem here?

The gang affiliated kids got real-world gang affiliated, met all the wrong people, some did bad ass shit in their life, some peddled, some vandalized, but they all got the girls because every girl is into a ‘bad-boy’ deep inside.

The super spoilt rich kids who carried cell phones back in 2001 remain rich kids and today drive those convertibles that everyone including you and I stare at, they even occasionally feature in newspapers for being involved in a drinking and driving incident/accident, but then miraculously, a day later no one follows up, ever. Again, you wouldn’t fail to see that women more than exist in their lives, more often more than one.

Then, well, the average Joes like you and I get out of college with our average grades, get on with our average lives, looking for average jobs, nothing too high profile obviously, do our best to make ends meet, try and be one of the above kind of once kids and fail at it as though nature meant it to be this way, always want more and something better in life.

That is where we succeeded. That insatiable hunger that we possess to be more than who we are will always lead us to at least trying more than once in our lives to go beyond what we think we are.

So, is the potential.

But, at the end of the day, the average Joes like you and I will always, yes always, get a girl that has already been with one of the above kind of kids from your class in school. But then again that’s just how it is.

Like Thom Yorke of Radiohead says, “Cause this is fucked up, fucked up”*.

*Lyrics from the song Black Swan on the album The Eraser by Thom Yorke.

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