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How three men are defining music in Delhi

These are men who have redefined men in a city of harshness, of unpleasantness.

While New Delhi was waiting for Dot, Amit Saigal’s (of The Rock Street Journal) and Shena Gamat’s sensational daughter (two back-to-back gigs in Oddbird Theatre and where did she go?) to return, three men, yes, men, have defined the sound of the city.

Non-metal, singer-rage, songwriter, singer-blues, these are men who have redefined men in a city of harshness, of unpleasantness. Who are these men, and why are they special?

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