The Record Music Magazine
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The Record is a popular monthly music magazine in India. Featuring must-read news, in-depth profiles on your favourite artists & bands, intelligent reviews and exclusive engaging interviews with the hottest bands around, it’s the gospel of every young music fan.
The magazine covers a wide range of genres. The Backstreet Boys, Jennifer Lopez, Enrigue Iglesias, Robbie Williams, Coldplay, Norah Jones, among other Top 40 artists have been featured, often for the first time in an Indian publication. U2, Eric Clapton, Carlos Santana have also been interviewed. The magazine has been in publication for nine years.
The magazine is published from Mumbai, India and edited by Mr. Sunand Bhojani. The magazine claims to have over 75,000 readers per month. The magazine features international and Indian musicians. In 2007 the magazine also started focussing on Indian acts who have an international appeal.
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