This is folk music pumped through a pop prism lens, the dazzling brilliance of its passionate heart dances an enchanting, ethereal, effervescence with the giddy dizzy fizz of its fantastical fractal flavors.
Dubbed the “Queen of the Qunan” Maya Youssef is a Syrian musician whose mesmering mastery and skill communicates the poetry of her message in the universal language and rhythmic soul of her passionate playing. The beautiful beat bounces and bubbles with an effervescent energy that is intoxicating to imbibe as it flexes and fluxes to
Freakish fantastical folk fables flourish, flower, and flow, fed with the full force of the coarsing torrent of musicalality underneath. Hear from a window, opened by the ledge Folkish songs sung, with a more modern edge. All styles of speeches, ideas brightly lit. Come observe the man with his own mother wit. A poetic introduction
David Dixon is an artist that bears so much of himself in each song that he becomes a friend to anyone close enough to listen. His guitar is an extension of his soul and his voice gives so much emotion to the spell woven lyrics that you cannot help but to become ensorcelled.
Following on from the back of a successful Kickstarter campaign to fund the release of two EP’s, Dorset based folk-fairy Kitty Stewart has delivered on the goods. Both albums are delightfully different from one another and yet still enjoy the core charm and heart that had donations flooding in from anyone who has encountered this