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Rockin' India: Medusa
The Buzz: This band has been around for about three years now. When they started off, they wanted to create a unique sound and be different from the bands of the time. Without any conscious intention of tweaking their sound, they changed gears from heavy metal to electronica.

The Highlights:
Awarded Best college band from Mumbai ~ Winners of the MTV Hero Honda Campus Rock Idols; September 2004
Interviewed by All India Radio (107.1) as a talented upcoming rock act, in July 2004. Crop aired live
Included in the Razz yearly booklet, alongside Bombay Black and Vayu
Their single Drip was chosen for the GIR 2005 compilation album; January 2005
Debut EP, Survival Off The Fittest released October 2005
Campus Rock Idols, Mumbai Finals; December 2005
Pseudo(s) Weep chosen for GIR 2006 compilation album
Beep off chosen for GIR 2007 compilation album

The Record Q & A with Rahul Nadkarni of Medusa
TR: How did the band come together?
Rahul: We met in college when our ex-bassist Siddharth ganged up with the vocalist Raxit to form Medusa. Vinayak and I joined in later. We were always serious about pursuing music; even though just a few gigs down, our confidence level shot up. We were all equally passionate about music with no conflicting interests.

TR: What is the story behind the name of your band?
Rahul: Its rather funny, but for our first gig at St Andrews College, where we did a few covers, we were undecided about the name of the band till we went on stage. Siddharth came up with it and the name stayed on.

TR: Tell us about each member of the band, their musical background and personality.
Rahul: The band consists of me, Rahul Nadkarni. Im the guitarist. For me, music is food. I believe that one has to keep working without really worrying about where its going. I took up guitar lessons while in school, and then picked it up again in college after a long gap. Theres Raxit Tiwari on vocals/samples. Hes got no formal training and has his own individual style, which has helped the band grow. Vinayak Pol is our drummer. He took lessons from Gino Banks and is now on his own. He is definitely the most straightforward guy in the band.


You can read the rest of our feature Rockin' India: Medusa in the March 2007 issue of The Record Music Magazine available at your local newsagent.










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