93.5 RED FM launched a new show, ‘Indie Hain Hum’. It is a part of RED Indies, a platform to promote and support independent artists and grow the independent music scenario in India. The show was launched by Darshan Raval along with the RED FM team in presence who’s who of the music industry at Hard Rock Café in Mumbai today.
Encapsulating the vibe of the youth and their ever-growing affinity for differentiated music which now Indian independent music in India has to offer. RED FM brings a special weekend show-‘Indie Hain Hum’, which will be hosted by Darshan Raval and promises to bring forth the immense potential of the rapidly growing Indian independent music industry. Every episode will highlight an Indie music artist, who has grown to popularity from the roots and made it to the hearts of the Indian youth. The show will also give new musicians a platform to showcase their talent to the audiences.
Commenting on the launch of the show, Nisha Narayanan, COO & Director, RED FM and Magic FM, said, “RED Indies is a completely language and platform agnostic channel and is dedicated to discover new music with a combination of artists from PAN India. RED FM’s vision has always been to play some great music for listeners, irrespective of its genre. It’s a humble effort by RED FM to blur the differentiation between independent and Bollywood music. We are confident that ‘Indie Hain Hum’, our first show under RED Indies will mark the transformation of the radio and music industry to help grow the community of Indie artists.”
Speaking about the show, popular singer, Darshan Raval said, “Music is something that brings people together, it has no boundaries and can be heard in any language. I am delighted that RED FM has started an initiative- Red Indies to support Independent artists like me. ‘Indie Hain Hum’ show will serve as a pivot where Independent artists will come together from all over the country to capture the essence of the evolving music scene in India. Being a host of ‘Indie Hain Hum’, I am truly looking forward to witnessing some new and engaging talent for the discerning music loving audiences.”