Perhaps shes a Sámi artist, perhaps shes a practitioner of world music. Perhaps she makes music in the borderline between Sámi, other folk music, jazz and rock. Perhaps shes the sum of all this. Or perhaps shes just herself. Language: Sámi and Norwegian.
Swedish punk legends. Language: Swedish and English.
Gaelic singer and instrumentalist from Scotland. Language: Scottish Gaelic.
Griogair Labhruidh is a traditional Gaelic singer who sings mainly in the style of the Southern Hebrides. He is also piper and composer of both bagpipe music and Gaelic song/poetry and belongs to a West Highland piping tradition that has been in his family for many generations. His technical ability and sensitive arrangements of traditional music on the guitar are also a huge factor in his work. Language: Scottish Gaelic.
The art and business affairs directorate for Pere Ubu and related projex. Language: English.
Celtic rock band from Scotland filled with boundless positive energy. Language: English and Scottish Gaelic.
The official site of The Sisters Of Mercy. Language: English and German.
It was over 30 years ago that Tuxedomoon came barreling out of the electronic music lab of San Francisco City College and began making flirtatious, whimsical, provocative, idiosyncratic music. Music which shapeshifted with beguiling ease yet brimmed with an almost underworld magick and mystical hypnotism.
Controversial but never egregious, their brand of punky, gothic postpunk experimentalism came with impossibly wide parameters - no-wave, classical, jazz, punk, funk were all simultaneously consumed and expurgated and gained them a cult following immediately.
Language: Anything they picked up along the way.
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