An Interview with The Penniless Wild

The Penniless Wild are an indie/folk/rock band based out of Hartford, CT. Originally comprised as a folk duo, they have since transformed into a five-piece electric unit, while holding true to their folk style of writing. The band released their first studio project in late 2017 entitled “Cardboard Sheets” and have been performing regionally in support of … Read more

An Interview with Nivid

Nivid is Aditya Virmani, a composer, multi-instrumentalist, and producer. His recorded work is a one-man project, and his live performances are curated with a specially assembled band – Devasheesh Sharma (guitars), Sudeep Saxena (drums), and Nihar Apte (bass). Inspired by the gnarled, intoxicating music of Nine Inch Nails, Nivid is the ferocious industrial rock soundtrack to an environment bristling with Hellish energy, and is a … Read more

An Interview With… Aunt Cynthia’s Cabin

Aunt Cynthia's Cabin

California’s Aunt Cynthia’s Cabin brought their signature psychedelic, garage rock sound to the Anara Publishing roster earlier this year. We sat down with one half of the duo, Brennan Justice, as he describes how they began making music and his advice for aspiring musicians. 1. Tell us about how you started making music as Aunt … Read more

An Interview With… Siddharth Basrur

Siddharth Basrur

Siddharth Basrur is a composer, vocalist and playback singer from Mumbai, India. He is the frontman of Last Remaining Light and Goddess Gagged and has most recently released the debut EP for his solo project Runt. We welcomed Siddharth to the Anara Publishing family earlier this year and sat down to talk about his journey … Read more

A Beginners Guide to Music Copyright, Part Three

Copyright

Welcome to the third and final instalment of our Beginners Guide to Music Copyright. These tips were originally shared in a Q&A with Jataneel Banerjee on our Facebook page, who is an independent label owner as well as being an Asian territory specialist for PRS for Music. Before we begin, make sure you take a read … Read more

A Beginners Guide to Music Copyright, Part Two

Copyright

If you missed the Q&A over on our Facebook page with music copyright expert Jataneel Banerjee, don’t worry. We have put together a series of handy blogs with Jataneel’s top tips regarding copyright. Before delving into part two below, recap part one. Is copyright different in lyrics and melody? Technically yes. Copyright can be classified broadly … Read more