Arts and Entertainment
With two drummers and often two vocalists, this band of Nepali immigrants to the US produces music that is fast, hard and loud. They even got a shoutout from Anthony Fantano,  self-proclaimed as the “internet’s busiest music nerd”. In this email exchange with the Post’s Pranaya SJB Rana, Chepang talks about their unique sound, what constitutes ‘immigrindcore’ and their approach to political music.
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Damien Rice makes heartbreak music. This is the kind of music that is meant to be listened to after heartbreak but it is also the kind of music that will break your heart. Rice’s albums run the gamut of emotions, from love and loss to desire and loneliness, regret and quiet intimacy. But there is something comforting in them, as if the music itself were a cocoon, enveloping you, entombing you.
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Kathmandu’s cinema aficionados better roll up their sleeves, as the Nepal International Film Festival starts today and the Nepal International Theatre Festival is just a few days away.
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Yukta Bajracharya’s work aligns itself with contemporary forms of poetry—from ones filled with angst and romance to others that connect with the tribulations and emotions that today’s youth, especially women, face.
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The truth is that no one loves you in this world like your parents and family members.
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Sometimes, we become so obsessed with positive thoughts that we tend to overlook the negatives That is when we become blind to reality
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Punk arrived late to Kathmandu, in the early to mid 90s, when dissatisfied, angst-filled young people could actually plug in an electric guitar, pound out the drums and scream into a microphone with little regard for pitch, melody or tone.
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It is often said that the flower that grows in adversity is often the rarest and most beautiful of them all.
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Nepal is party to the United Nations Framework on Convention of Climate Change (UNFCCC) and has ratified the Paris Agreement, adopted during the 21st session of the UNFCCC.
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Artist SC Suman came to Kathmandu four decades ago and the first site he went to see was the Pashupatinath Temple. There were more monkeys and more trees, he recalls. And less people. Everything looked orderly and beautiful.
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Bullet Journaling, or ‘BuJo’ if you may, is not a new concept.
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