Danceable is the keystone of the Viennese band !DelaDap, which encompasses a diverse cosmos of sounds from folks music to disco, as well as traditional…
Some bands have such an incredible mixture of styles, a melding of every possible genre into one distinctive blend of sounds which meld into a…
The nominees for this year’s Amadeus Austrian Music Awards have been announced! The coveted Austrian music awards will be presented on the 1st of May in the Viennese Volkstheater.
Initially planned as a onetime project, Klaus Paier and Asja Valcic have now officially partnered up as a duo, after four years of collaboration, including the impressive and acclaimed album Á Deux and countless concerts at home and abroad.
Manu Delago seems to have it all worked out. Numerous collaborations with internationally renowned ensembles and orchestras imply that the Hang player and composer has made a respectable name for himself on international ground.
Jelena Popržan and Rina Kaçinari are the perfect example of how one, without problem, breaks boundaries and freely traverses borders; not only musically, but having both been raised in conflict-laden countries, the one from Serbia, and the other from Kosovo-Albania respectively, have each taken from their experience and unified it with creative output.
There are music projects that easily fall out of the ordinary by following approaches that do not correspond with usual conventions and positively differentiate themselves from the rest.
Traditional folk music in a completely new context – this is the concept of the trio Netnakisum.
After a year of creative recess we return with another superb festival. Launched in 2004, Balkan Fever evolved into the biggest European event of its kind.