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Sony music presents a unique musical experience with ‘7up madras gig’

Global music giant, Sony Music who are constantly pushing music discovery and development of new talent, present listeners with ‘7UP Madras Gig’. In its first season, this unique initiative will showcase musicians and sounds from the South of India. Sony Music in collaboration with Knack Studios,...

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Sony music presents a unique musical experience with ‘7up madras gig’

Global music giant, Sony Music who are constantly pushing music discovery and development of new talent, present listeners with ‘7UP Madras Gig’. In its first season, this unique initiative will showcase musicians and sounds from the South of India. Sony Music in collaboration with Knack Studios,...

Television TV Channels Music and Youth
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Heineken collaborates with Sony Music for a first of its kind VINYL POP-UP

Mumbai: The sheer simplicity of playing a Vinyl and enjoying the rich, warm sounds that follow make Vinyl music listening experience personal and extraordinary. Recognising that it’s the only physical format of music that has consistently seen a rise in demand, global music giant, Sony Music offers...

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Sony Music wants listeners to pay for SRK & Anushka's 'Phurrr'

In a landmark move, Sony Music India has taken what is potentially its biggest track this year and put it behind a limited-time paywall. Therefore, to be the first one to listen to Pritam & Diplo's Phurrr featuring superstar Shah Rukh Khan & the gorgeous Anushka Sharma, listeners will have...

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Copyright case: Sun TV restrained from using Sony music recording

The Madras High Court has passed a landmark judgement wherein Sun TV, which was found using a number of Sony Music songs without approval, have been restrained from using copyrighted work with immediate effect.

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