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A new radio show in Mumbai that breaks the fourth wall of traditional media

 

While TiffinTalk is focused on bringing you relevant social, political, and cultural news we still need music to fill gaps within the show.  So, we figured why not support artists who we enjoy who are trying to find an audience?


Tiffin Talk features music from up-and-coming artists.  The list of artists on this page is exhaustive of all artists who have ever been featured on the show.


If you would like to have your music featured on Tiffin Talk, send us an email.

Dan and Ben Tengelsen open each episode with “The Ballad of Jimjemal” and their music is featured throughout the show in various episodes. 


To purchase their music, visit their page on Amie Street by clicking here or look for them on iTunes.

Andy Suzuki and the Method are a new band touring in the New York City area who Arthor met in college.  They close every episode with their song “Fool.” 


To purchase their music, visit their page on Amie Street by clicking here or look for them on iTunes.

“Influenced by her father’s passion for Bob Dylan and her brother’s love of the guitar, Samantha started playing guitar herself at the age of 8, and has been singing and writing songs ever since.” 


Check out Samantha Marais’ music here.

TiffinTalk on iTuneshttp://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/tiffin-talk/id352630007?uo=4
Find Music on Amie Streethttp://amiestreet.com/

Sonal D'Silva aka sonaluna is a composer/producer/vocalist from Mumbai, India, where she lives and works, making soundtracks for the on-screen lives of robots, lost lovers, cities, trains, dancers, explorers and even a ninja who breaks into homes. She provides the interlude in Episode 8.


Her music has taken her to some exciting places:

- Esquire Magazine (John Mayer Songwriting Competition 2005)

- Berlinale 2008 (Volkswagen Score Competition runner-up)

- Red Bull Music Academy - London 2010


Check out Sonal D’Silva’s music here.