Indie Dock Music Blog

Noiz Ritual - Embrace The Noiz (album)              Carsten Schnell - Heiss! (video)              Decoy - Re:selection (album)              One Flew Over - Last Man Standing (single)              Magua - Silence Sirens Storm (video)              James Haynes - Foundations (single)                         
Brothers Ivan – Ukrainian Folk Music, Vol. VIII: Glory to the Heroes
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Brothers Ivan is a musical project of two American brothers of Ukrainian origin. In their music, Brothers Ivan tells about Ukraine and its difficult fate. Putting all their strength into the revival and preservation of their native nation, Brothers Ivan have already released 8 volumes of their music, which draws inspiration from Ukrainian folklore and insurgent songs.
Baklava Express – Dàvka
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Baklava Express is a New York band with a great and necessary mission to bring Middle Eastern music to a mass audience. Their debut album 'Dàvka' was released at the beginning of this year and revealed to listeners an incredible palette of folk music collected in one beautiful tracklist.
Maëla Raoult – Hypokrat
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French musician and composer Maëla Raoult presented a new album called 'Hypokrat'. The release of the album took place on February 10th and presented the new tracks of this skilled world jazz artist. The record consists of 7 tracks, 5 of which are original and 2 own variations on well-known standards.
Gerasimos Papadopoulos – Bazaar
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The Greek musician and composer Gerasimos Papadopoulos together with his band Ferah presented his new musical composition called 'Bazaar'. The release took place on the fourth of January and represents is part of the music by Gerasimos Papadopoulos for the fairy tale "Zahrenia" by the philologist Fotini Kaimaki.
Sarves Thiru – Harmony: Lokah Samastah
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British singer-songwriter Sarves Thiru released her second single 'Harmony: Lokah Samastah' on October 28. Her gentle folk music is rooted in Indian culture, which carries with it the depths of self-discovery and appeasement.
Kabir Sehgal, Amaan Ali Bangash, Ayaan Ali Bangash – Sand and Foam: Music Inspired by Kahlil Gibran
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On July 29, the record 'Sand and Foam: Music Inspired by Kahlil Gibran' was released, in which famous musicians Kabir Sehgal, Amaan Ali Bangash, Ayaan Ali Bangash who play in the style of World Music and traditional folk took part. The collective is based in New York, where their enchanting musical motives are born.
Sarves Thiru – Guru’s Greatness: Guru Brahma
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Sarves Thiru was born and raised in Malaysia where she was trained in Carnatic music and have recorded with the national radio station in Malaysia (RTM) in the late 90s. She is now based in London and has returned to music activity and the single 'Guru's Greatness: Guru Brahma' is a great testament to her musicality and spirituality.
Bir Tawil – In Between
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UK/French based duo Bir Tawil presented their debut album 'In Between' on April 22. The record includes 8 tracks created in folk and world styles with a touch of archaic blues and psychedelia.
Mark Vickness Interconnected – Alluvial Fans
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American guitarist and composer Mark Vickness began studying music at the age of six. His whole life was filled with music. During his career, Mark Vickness has collaborated with world-class musicians and he has achieved great results in the creative field.
Voyagers – Chasing Light
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The New York music trio Voyagers has come together to create brand new acoustic music inspired by African heritage and jazz improvisations. The band is three experienced musicians who have each received recognition for their playing on music instruments and these instruments are kora, guitar and saxophone.