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A five-women group strives to preserve Sufi music in Occupied Kashmir

A group of Kashmiri women is trying to save the dwindling musical genre of Sufiyan Musiqi in the north Indian region of Jammu and Kashmir.

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Faaris bleeds over a city that’s already dead

There is a comfort in knowing that someone shares the same wounds as you do and a calm in singing that pain away or rapping

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“So Long, Goodbye” sets the stage for Danny Zee’s Blue Butterfly

Daniyal Zafar dropped So Long, Goodbye this week and it seems like he has tickled the tastebuds of the millennial audiences. The song speaks of

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Shamoon Ismail’s music & the romance of wanting someone

Now this is the difficult part, convincing a room of people to set their sadness aside for a night and bring out whatever joy remains

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Rohail Hyatt Is Back On Coke Studio And Here’s The Season Lineup

Rohail Hyatt is making a comeback to Coke Studio after parting ways in 2014; the music producer has delivered six successful seasons before, so people

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Pakistani Music: The Era Of Inide

The revival of Pakistani music is an expression that is as cliché as the discussion around the shaky revival of the Pakistani cinema. Unsurprisingly both


Mortal Kombat: Shamoon Ismail Vs. Bilal Khan

Shamoon Ismail and Bilal Khan seem to have taken social media platforms by storm! The two singers/songwriters have embroiled themselves in a controversy and people


Bayaan’s single Khel Tamasha is releasing tomorrow!

The Lahore based band and winners of Pepsi Battle of The Bands Season 3, Bayaan, is set to surprise its fans once again with their


Has SOOPER Brought Back ‘Junoon’?!

Heads-up, Junoon fans!! Something exciting is cooking at Peek Freans! The 90s kids are all too familiar with the famous Sufi rock band ‘Junoon’. Although


The Biryani Brothers Show How Retro Is Really Done With Original Track ‘Ikisvi Sadi’

Here we have an eclectic duo, the ‘Biryani Brothers’, Natasha Noorani and Zahra Paracha: not just brilliant, unique artists, but also the founders of Lahore