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Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Phongjei Konyak Naga

By   /  June 13, 2019  /  Little did we know, Music  /  Comments Off on Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Phongjei Konyak Naga

  Aspiring singer Phongjei Konyak Naga from Mon district is determined to follow his heart- love for music. With no formal education in music, the aspiring singer grew up listening to songs played on a tape recorder that belonged to his brothers. Phongjei’s love for music persuaded him to come out of his comfort zone; […]

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Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Skylab

By   /  May 30, 2019  /  Little did we know, Music  /  Comments Off on Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Skylab

Skylab, an ambient rock band from Kohima as they identify themselves, is a five member band formed in 2013. The band’s intention is to incite every listener to feel connected to their music by the sounds or the words in a song as they make effort to make their craft as special as the other. […]

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In Konyak village, Hope springs eternal where opium once grew

By   /  May 26, 2019  /  Mirror Exclusive, Nagaland, Top News  /  Comments Off on In Konyak village, Hope springs eternal where opium once grew

S Henlly Phom Dimapur, May 26 (EMN): In a remote corner of Mon district, in Tobu subdivision, is a small Konyak village by the name of Obay Hoangup. Obay in Konyak means the Tragopan and Haongup, hilltop. Located 15 km away from its “mother village Pessao”, bordering Myanmar, Obay Hoangup has an interesting story to […]

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Foiled extract: Abandoned reserves in Wokha tell a grave tale

By   /  May 17, 2019  /  Nagaland, Top News  /  Comments Off on Foiled extract: Abandoned reserves in Wokha tell a grave tale

Recent visit of NSF leaders to Changpang oil field ignites hope for landowners once bitterly letdown by ONGC and government S Henlly Phom Dimapur, May 16: Of the many reasons the Lotha community in general is proud of its Lotha Students Union (LSU), chief is the latter’s stance to uphold the position of the Naga […]

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Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Nourhe Khate

By   /  May 16, 2019  /  Little did we know, Music  /  Comments Off on Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Nourhe Khate

  The multi talented Nourhe Khate is a violinist and guitarist who plays both instruments with equal passion. Khate’s relationship with the violin was introduced to him by his parents, which he says he didn’t have any enthusiasm for in the beginning. But the mystery of learning something new drew him closer to the violin. […]

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Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Nash Longkumer

By   /  May 2, 2019  /  Little did we know, Music  /  Comments Off on Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Nash Longkumer

      Nash Longkumer is a rock guitarist. He won the best guitarist prize at the 2018 edition of the Hornbill Rock Festival. He is a member of rock band, UDX. For those who haven’t discovered Longkumer yet, he may be one of the finest guitarists Dimapur has. He is not exactly a rookie […]

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Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Imnainla Jamir

By   /  April 18, 2019  /  Little did we know, Music  /  Comments Off on Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Imnainla Jamir

    Learning to play musical instruments needs years of practice, study, technique, and dedication. At just 17 years of age, Imnainla Jamir from Mokokchung became an internet sensation in Nagaland. The reason: Videos and images of her playing the electric rock guitar among a population that has not many females who play complex, highly […]

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Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Yellow Beacon

By   /  March 8, 2019  /  Little did we know, Music  /  Comments Off on Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Yellow Beacon

        The Yellow Beacon is a funk/ alternative rock band from Dimapur. The inspiration of their music and the roots of the band certainly talks about the suffering and obstacle we face in life. The four-member band was awarded as the Winner of Ekarithin 2017, individual winners in various events and headliners […]

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Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Distance to Earth

By   /  February 21, 2019  /  Little did we know, Music  /  Comments Off on Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Distance to Earth

Distance to Earth is a three-member metal band from Kohima. The band started off in early 2011 as ‘69th Avenue’ but took a hiatus to concentrate on their studies. The band got back together in 2018 with fresh music, and a new name. That’s Distance to Earth for you. Despite having been away from the […]

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Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Keneisenuo Sorhie

By   /  February 7, 2019  /  Little did we know, Mirror Exclusive, Music  /  Comments Off on Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Keneisenuo Sorhie

  Meet Keneisenuo Sorhie, a 19-year old musician from Kohima who is garnering attention on Social Media for her music. This young musician has performed at various prominent events in Nagaland. With no formal education in music, Sorhie has covered four cover songs so far: ‘Scared to be Lonely,’ ‘That’s Christmas to me,’ and ‘Make […]

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