The Smarter Entertainment Weekly

Rocking Beats for Bikers

At the end of the Vatvatey event there was concert by some well-known musicians, namely, Dinesh Rai, Midnight Riders, and Neetesh jung Kunwar. People were really grooving to the beat and enjoying the...

Keeping Everybody Rocking

DJ stands for disc jockey; they are the people who make us dance like we are the rock stars of the floor. Standing in front of the crowd, watching them scream out loud, dancing along with the beat,...

Party Scenes

In recent years, our capital has become increasingly famous for its night life, parties, music festivals, et al, and we’ve got amazing night clubs for the same. Fr!day tried to capture some of t...

Women Power through Music

In an effort to engage, encourage, and empower women, 3E Entertainment partnered with local community groups to bring about a thrilling tour—Women in Concert-US tour 2017. The tour intended to e...

It’s All about Jazz

It’s All about Jazz Jazzmandu is going from big to bigger. And better, too, for that matter. Jazz is one of the oldest genres of music, originated in the African-American community of...

Nepal Deathfest Making the Scene Alive

Somewhere in the Darkness’ by Six Feet Under, which was in 2005, must be the last death metal song I fell in love with. ‘Desperate Cry’ by Sepultura is the one song which led me to e...

The Next Step in Music - Yamaha

I’ve walked by the sidewalks lining Naxal petrol pump too many times to count, and each time I walk, I always notice two things—how busy the petrol pump is, and the brightly-lit Yamaha Mus...

Connecting Notes with Yatra

One among the many bands emerging and planning to go all the way to make a mark in the music industry in Nepal is Yatra One among the many bands emerging and planning to go all the way to make a ma...

Debuting in Finger-Style

With his upcoming album “Upside Down”, we introduce you to a promising musician, Sanjal Bhandari. If you ever wondered when there would be an official album of a Nepali musician playing...

Celebrating Jazz in Nepal

Although celebrated on the 30th of July due to the recent earthquake in Nepal, 30th April marks Kathmandu Jazz Conservatory’s contribution to the local jazz music scene and the importance of ‘Internat...

Brothers in music

They might not be related, but Kali Prasad Baskota and Almoda Uprety have been working together like close siblings

Embracing a New Genre

The members of Psychic Tower have come together as Artha, an acoustic ensemble

A glimmer of hope

22 January 2015-The eyes of millions are glued towards the doors of the Constituent Assembly hall, in the hopes that what the country

Verses amidst his melodies

The veteran singer, Yogesh Vaidya is all set to launch a poetry collection that was long in the making

Konnichiwa, Fuji!

This July, Upendra and Friends will be celebrating their eighth performance at Japan's annual Fuji Rock Festival, a three-day extravaganza, alongside Coldplay, Radiohead, and Oasis.

Band of Brothers

A duo of brothers has made a name for themselves in the field of jingle making by delivering quality consistently. They're not household names (yet), but chances are you've heard their voices.

The Last Note

The Gypsy Jazz Festival may not have had the largest of audiences, but it did manage to create an army of fans for the Gypsy jazz genre in its inaugural edition this March.

A Gypsy's World

From the sands of Rajasthan to the lakes of Pokhara and the bonfires of France, the recently concluded Nepal Gypsy Jazz Festival