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Singer, humanitarian, and global ambassador for both the culture and music of her native Bosnia & Herzegovina and the wider Balkan region, Amira Medunjanin once again draws deep from the wellspring of traditional Sevdah with revivifying new arrangements of ancestral songs, and for the first time introduces new compositions to her artistic repertoire.
The new release from the Swedish urban folk unit, Billy Momo, known in the US for being featured in Better Call Saul, expands the duo's sound with the addition of five new members and features the singles Drive and Swim.
A double-disc compilation presenting the best of English folk, where artists such as Eliza Carthy, the Demon Barbers, Bellowhead, and Kate Rusby, among others, have revived traditional English folklore penned over a century ago, bringing it back to the forefront of the folk scene.
Brussels group Kel Assouf, is back with their second album and they now turn their attention to Led Zeppelin and todays rock while still keeping the focus on Touareg culture and issues. With one foot in the desert and the other in the urban jungle, Anana writes about the Sahara, Niger, and everyday life both there and in Europe.
The new release from By The Bluebird highlights singer, songwriter and guitarist Gustav Leeb-Lundberg's major influences including Nick Drake, Simon & Garfunkel, Bright Eyes and Swedish troubadour Cornelis Vreeswijk. James Felice, of the Felice Brothers, plays organ, piano and accordion.
A selection of Emilia Amper's own compositions and traditional Swedish and Norwegian tunes which she performs solo and with a group of musician friends in various constellations.
Recorded live from the esplanade of Edinburgh Castle, they hosted a parade of talent from all around the world. Set against the stunning backdrop of Edinburgh Castle, the spine-tingling presentation includes the New Zealand Army Band and more.