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Wrupk Urei – Kõik Saab Korda

Welcome back after this longer-than-usual brake. I’ve spent this time taking a major turn in my professional career. Luckily that didn’t impact my music research, unfortunately it did impact my other activities, blogging included. Now that the storm is over, … Continue reading

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Pienza Ethnorkestra – Indiens d’Europe

Let’s start with hurdy gurdy. It’s a medieval music instrument that is basically made of a lyre, a crank and some buttons. You might occasionally find it in museums and even less frequently used by quaint artists. I have learned … Continue reading

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Sésame, ouvre-toi!

“Will Mankind be able to find the way to cure itself?” That I don’t know, but one thing is certain: with each new release from Setna and Xing Sa, our chances are getting better.

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Corima – Quetzalcoatl

How do you start a review of a great album? Do you just pour it out in the firs sentence or cover your true feelings and reveal them in time? Well, I’d like to do the later, but I can’t. … Continue reading

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Birds And Buildings – Multipurpose Trap

The new heights of eclecticism have been reached! I thought that gems like Bantam To Behemoth, Birds And Buildings first album, happen only once. For me, BTB came out of nowhere and rocked my world, but then, for the next five … Continue reading

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Eskaton – 4 Visions

I often say that music is like a parallel universe – it reflects everything that happens in ours. More specifically I imagine it as a projection, like in a holographic principle. Everything we experience has it’s reflection in it. Everything, … Continue reading

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