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Shira Kammen - The Wren in the Hurze

Cactus Wren

While this song can be found on Shira Kammen's "The Castle of the Holly King" album, she is definately not the one who sings in "The Wren in the Hurze" ;-) This is a great celtic song featuring fast, mind-boggling lyrics (think tongue-twister) and impressive percussions. I think a Bodhrán is used, but don't quote me on that.

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Song: Shira Kammen - The Wren in the Hurze (2:12 min, 2.1 MB)
License: CC-by-nc-sa 1.0
Source: magnatune.com

Starfrosch - Starguitar

Starfrosch

"Starguitar" — a very relaxed and chilled electronica track by the collective Starfrosch from Bern, Switzerland. This is IMHO the best song from their latest release "Da schau her".

Song: Starfrosch - Starguitar (4:35 min, 6.4 MB)
License: CC-by-nc-nd 2.5
Source: archive.org

Matthew Boudreau - Sweet Sadistic Blues

Next up is the catchy acoustic country song "Sweet Sadistic Blues" (I sure like that name ;-) by Matthew Boudreau. Enjoy.

Song: Matthew Boudreau - Sweet Sadistic Blues (2:18 min, 2.2 MB)
License: CC-by-nc-sa 1.0
Source: archive.org

Falik - Mezza Messa

Slowly drifting into the world music genre now... Falik's "Mezza Messa" is a great piece of rhythmic, percussion driven, instrumental middle-eastern music with a touch of electronica.

Song: Falik - Mezza Messa (5:00 min, 4.6 MB)
License: CC-by-nc-sa 1.0
Source: magnatune.com

Kemikal Death - Industrial Waves

Time for changing the genre — here's some very cool electronica by Kemikal Death, great beats and some very cool sounding instrument/sample at the very beginning which I can't quite identify. Any hints?

Song: Kemikal Death - Industrial Waves (2:21 min, 3.2 MB)
License: CC-by-sa 2.0
Source: opsound.org

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