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“Void for me means  endless. It has a very different meaning for me,” said Gaurav Mankoti aka Gaurav Void, the 26-year-old rapper from Uttarakhand, as he sat down for an interview with VibesMojo during his recent trip to  Assam to perform at the Assam Don Bosco University. Born and brought up in the picturesque hills of Uttarakhand, Gaurav was infatuated with dance and hip hop during his college days. He then started his training in the hip hop, urban dance and contemporary dance from Germany and New York and got his official debut in the Indian television series “India’s Got Talent.” Subsequently, in the year of 2015, he was also one of the top 12 in another dance reality show “Dance Plus.” Later in 2019, he was seen as a contestant on MTV’s rap show “MTV Hustle,” which was his new avatar in the world of music.  Void is known for…

Here’s a band from the southernmost part of the India that has been bringing happiness and joy through its music. With a catchy name, When Chai Met Toast (WCMT) has been churning some equally catchy numbers, thereby garnering a huge fan following from across the country. https://youtu.be/JNj_JhhvYhM The band describes its music as ‘happy’ and consists of four well-equipped musicians who met through the internal music scene of Cochin in Kerala. With Ashwin Gopakumar as the frontman, who also helps out with the guitars, Achyuth Jaigopal as the banjo and guitar player, Pai Sailesh as the drummer and Palee Francis as the man behind the keys and also the producer for the band, WCMT brings in all the right flavours to make listeners smile and tap along with the music. With a generous sprinkling of Malayalam, Hindi and English lines, WCMT’s songs are a delight to listen to. While having…

Dimapur witnessed an evening filled with pure soulful music at Hope and Dream Bakery on October 5, where five singer-songwriter artistes from the town clubbed together to give an awesome treat of authentic music to their fans at ‘ECHOES 2.0: The Autumn Dream’. https://youtu.be/59Bc17qwILQ The event was a product of four well-furnished songwriters and singers from Nagaland — Imliakum Aier, Jonathan Yhome, Abdon Mech and Tokaholi Chishi. The cosy show radiated the pure essence of storytelling as the artistes got intimate with their fans in sharing their songs and also the story behind their original songs. After the show, Aier said: “Thank you to everyone who contributed to the success of the show. We are all taken aback at the response and support we got. The sold out show proves that there is a market for such music in our state and I hope that this opens the door for…