Perhaps one of the biggest parts of Townsend’s post-SYL career, The Devin Townsend Project started out at a 4-album project, neatly compartmentalising the music he had produced since returning from hiatus, clean and clean it. Devy found the ~60 songs he had written fell into four distinct groups - bluesy prog rock sort of stuff … Continue reading 345: THE DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT
The music of Heilung could be described as Nordic folk or neofolk, but the way they describe it themselves is far more fitting - amplified history. Featuring members from Germany, Norway, and Denmark, Heilung utilise myriad traditional instruments from varied ancient culture. Thematically, the focus is the Germanic people of the bronze, iron, and Viking … Continue reading 202: HEILUNG
Myrkur first burst onto the black metal scene an enigma - an enrapturing and mysterious atmospheric black metal artist with an incredible voice and Nordic folk influences. In time, the world learned that Myrkur was, in fact, the creation of Danish pop singer Amalie Bruun, Myrkur’s music has grown and matured over the past few … Continue reading 147: MYRKUR
Chelsea Wolfe is a singular artist with incredible songwriting abilities and an even more incredible voice. Whichever genres she turns her attention to are electrified by her talent and reworked and combined into entirely new and exciting sounds.
Emma’s music is a dark, folksy acoustic-driven sound that feels like Americana from an alternative reality. It’s soothing, comforting, but with a very real weight.
Wardruna’s music is a window, or a portal, to another time we’ve only read about in books and seen on TV. It’s both adventurous and meditative, and something truly remarkable to experience.