The Man Who Photographs Death

The Sleeping Beauty project is a collaboration between an Italian photographer and an Indian who photographs dead people in Varanasi and it is less macabre than it sounds, writes Alice Sharma Death is that tim... Read More...

Postcards from Peshawar, Pakistan

Mithila Mehta, in collaboration with, Humans of Peshawar, gives you a rarefied glimpse into the everyday life of Pakistanis So close, yet so mysterious. There is so much more to the country than what we see... Read More...

The King of Downtempo: Kumail Hamid

sbcltr spoke to the Mumbai based producer on his new experimental EP, From You to Blue Tell us little about your new EP, what does it means to you and how it is different from your earlier work. I’ve worked ... Read More...

The A to Z of Sexual Harassment at Work

The alphabet for those who do not know what sexual harassment at the workplace is and how to avoid it When Arunabh Kumar, CEO & Founder, The Viral Fever, was accused of sexual harassment by almost 50 colle... Read More...

Before Crashing To Earth

Curated by Rahul Bhattacharya, Mansi Trivedi’s latest exhibition takes you back to the organic beauty of nature that is often overlooked in the everyday grind of urban living Artist, Mansi Trivedi, has been dw... Read More...

A Love Letter to Kochi

Rohini Kejriwal, travelled to the seaside town for the Kochi Biennale and discovered that the city had as much of an effect on her as the art she experienced Over the years, I had amassed all kinds of feedback... Read More...

The Sbcltr Mixtape of New Music Volume 5

sbcltr recommends the Indie music you should be listening to right now The first two months of music in India have seen a bit of an old-new mix. While there have been familiar rock/metal sounds that have made ... Read More...

Band Pick: Barty’s Path

Shruti Sunderraman, talks to Arjun Iyer and discovers that his no-nonsense approach to life spills into his moniker, Barty’s Path’s, highly experimental album, Where Is Everybody? and EP, Pascal ka Daava At so... Read More...