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Mid-week music

I went on a Spotify-trip thanks to Euzen and found Valravn and I really like their slower, softer songs, folktronica in Faroese, hypnotic and beautiful. I absolutely love how they use the old Scandinavian folk songs and mythology in their music. 78 more words

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Dead Can Dance - Debut


Artist: Dead Can Dance

Genre: Rock, Gothic rock, Post-punk, World
Title: Self-titled
Released:1984
Label: 4AD
Format: CD
Musicians:Lisa Gerrard, Brendan Perry, James Pinker, Scott Roger, Peter Ulrich… 1,008 more words

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Sacred Nights: Ophidia

POEM: Rise Up

You can put your heel on the serpent’s head,

But the serpent will rise up.

You can put your chain on the slave’s neck, … 210 more words

Holy Days

Music for the season

The Sacred Nights have a soundtrack for me, just as much as Christmas did and does, or Holy Week in the Church. In past years I’ve shared songs from the movie… 55 more words

Holy Days

The Music of my Life 1985-1989

If the music scene of the mid to late eighties could be summed up in a single word it would be “fragmentation.” With new genres and sub-cultures spurning mainstream success in search of something authentic, the stranglehold of the big labels began to loosen on parts of the public consciousness. 1,039 more words

Culture

DEAD CAN DANCE The Serpent’s Egg/Aion/Spiritchaser Album Reviews

DEAD CAN DANCE 
The Serpent’s Egg/Aion/Spiritchaser
4AD
The final three re-issues of 4AD’s DCD catalogue.
9/10 9/10 9/10

The Serpent’s Egg (1988) is a sparse album. 131 more words

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