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  • Amma

    (5,802 listeners)

    amritanandamayi, india, traditional, female vocalists

    1) Amma, Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi aka "The Hugging Saint", is a leading spiritual figure from India. (see also Mata Amritananmayi devi) 2) Amma is a pop singer from the UK (Inspirit Music). 3) Amma is also a reggae and ska DJ from Boskovice, Czech Republic. He is a member of Basssheriff Crew.

  • Asynje

    (517 listeners)

    folk, danish, scandinavian folk, nordic folk

    Asynje is a co-operation between Nanna Barslev and Søren Hammerlund. It is a rahter new project, but with ideas that have been around for a long time. Both Nanna and Søren has a background as musicians in the medieval, viking and folk genre. Nanna is the lead singer in Gny, and Søren plays the hurdy gurdy and mandola in Virelai and Valravn.

  • Ball Noir

    (84 listeners)

    doomball, under 2000 listeners, seen live

    Ball Noir is a band from the Netherlands. They make a kind of music which they call "Doomball"; it can be described as Balfolk dancing music, but with heavy influences from rock and (doom) metal.

  • BerlinskiBeat

    (1,130 listeners)

    avant-folk, deutsch, trumpet, folk

  • Cesair

    (198 listeners)

    folk, celtic, netherlands, irsh bouzouki

    Ever since mankind learned how to speak, stories have been shared and passed down through generations. As such, legends gave birth to epic songs. It is this manner of storytelling that lies at the heart of Cesair's music. As a band, they aim to bring to life the epic tale of the eponymous Cesair, a mythological princess that sailed the oceans 5,000 years ago.

  • Corvus Corax

    (118,393 listeners)

    medieval, folk, folk metal, mittelalter

    There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Corvus Corax is a band from Berlin, Germany, playing Neo-Medieval music using authentic older instruments.

  • Euzen

    (3,428 listeners)

    experimental, folk, progressive, electronic

    Euzen is a Danish-Norwegian highly talented and ambitious band, situated in Copenhagen, Denmark. Their music is experimental, progressive and alternative, with focus on the good melody as the cornerstone of every piece. It's harmonic and intense, intricate and accessible, the total listening experience is completely and utterly unique and offers a fresh angle to electronic music.

  • Faun

    (136,505 listeners)

    folk, medieval, pagan folk, german

    Faun is a German medieval folk group from Munich which combines the use of ancient instruments with a more contemporary twist in creating an enchanting and powerful atmosphere.

  • Irfan

    (74,202 listeners)

    ethereal, neofolk, bulgarian, world music

    Irfan is a Bulgarian band founded in 2001 in Sofia. The band's name is taken from the Arabic/Persian word "Irfan", meaning "gnosis", "mystic knowledge" or "revelation".

  • Kelten zonder Grenzen

    (113 listeners)

    folk, harp, netherlands, fiddle

    Kelten zonder Grenzen (Dutch for "Celts without frontiers") are a folk band from the Netherlands. They started out as a two-girl act, supporting their storytelling theatre with Harp and Hurdy Gurdy. With the addition of Renske later on, the three ladies started making Balfolk music.

  • Lisa Cuthbert

    (703 listeners)

    ambient, singer-songwriter, melancholic, progressive

    Lisa Cuthbert was exposed to a wide array of musical styles while growing up in the suburbs of South Dublin and she quickly garnered a reputation among her peers for her lush piano interpretations of Metallica songs.

  • Loell Duinn

    (92 listeners)

    neoclassical, ethereal, medieval, world music

    Loell Duinn (lo-el d^in), as such, was born in spring of 2003 as a result of various musical projects dating from 1995., taking many forms as the times were changing and events took their places.

  • Omnia

    (153,740 listeners)

    folk, celtic, pagan, medieval

    Omnia may refer to several artists, here listed in order of popularity on last.fm: 1.Self-described "neoceltic pagan folk" band based in The Netherlands and Belgium 2. Electronic dance music producer from Ukraine


    (1,180 listeners)

    folk, balfolk, under 2000 listeners, ska

    There are four artists known as Orfeo: 1. Orfeo is a Folk band from the Netherlands. In the fast growing world of Balfolk music, Orfeo hopes to distinguish itself by creating their own special sound. They like to accomplish this through the composing of new material en by using out of the ordinary intruments.

  • Rastaban

    (150 listeners)

    tribal folk, pagan folk, folk, netherlands

    RASTABAN is a Tribal Folk project, a unique mix of traditional folk melodies, tribal vibes and world music elements.

  • Shantalla

    (996 listeners)

    folk, celtic, celtic folk, ireland

    Shantalla is five Irishmen and one Scotswoman who all live in Belgium. Band members: Michael Horgan (uilleann pipes, flute, whistles) Joe Hennon (guitar) Helen Flaherty (vocals, bodhran) Kieran Fahy (fiddle, viola)

  • Stellamara

    (79,460 listeners)

    ethereal, ambient, medieval, world

    Stellamara is an ensemble specialized in Southeast European and Middle Eastern folk. The group began in 1994, when vocalist Sonja Drakulich followed her vision and created a vehicle for the development of devotional music based in Near Eastern and medieval modal traditions.

  • The Moon and the Nightspirit

    (48,689 listeners)

    neofolk, folk, medieval, ethereal

    The Moon and the Nightspirit is a neofolk / medieval folk band from Hungary, formed by Ágnes Tóth (vocals, violin) and Mihály Szabó (vocals, acoustic 12 string guitar), in 2003. Their latest album is "Mohalepte" (spring 2011, self-release), bewitching sylvan music, inspired by nature.

  • Vic Anselmo

    (3,298 listeners)

    latvian, female vocalists, gothic, alternative

    Vic Anselmo is the stage name of Victoria, a Gothic/Alternative singer and songwriter from Latvia. A great invention, stunning voice and wide musical horizon let her find her own special ways in creating music. Her songs sound like a soundtrack to dreams. Vic Anselmo is bound to be the first Latvian alternative lady to be known outside the Baltic States.

  • Wadokyo

    (4 listeners)

    folk, taiko

  • Wardruna

    (60,372 listeners)

    folk, neofolk, ambient, pagan folk

    Wardruna is a Norwegian musical constellation set out to explore and evoke the depths of heathen Germanic wisdom and spirituality. Musically Wardruna has its main focus on the cultic musical language found in the near-forgotten arts of galdr, seidr and the daily acts of the cultic life, mixed with impulses from Scandinavian and Nordic folk music. They formed in 2003 in Bergen, Norway.