Tag Archives: Nepalese

Rhythm Passport Free Compilation – Vol. 37 – May 2019

Rhythm Passport Free Compilation – Vol. 37 – May 2019

Preview of the album: This Album is no longer available however if you want to receive exclusive access to a free album like this each month just sign up to our monthly newsletter by filling in the form below: [chimpy_form forms=”1]   Track List: 1. Snarky Puppy – Chonks [from Immigrance; GroundUP...
London Gig Guide (May 2019)

London Gig Guide (May 2019)

At times, we are the first to lose track of how many exciting music events happen in London each month, so we have decided to offer you some sort of “public musical service”, meant for all the locals and passers-by, with the aim of suggesting where to listen to some...
Event Review: Namlo @ Balabam (London; Friday 16th March 2018)

Event Review: Namlo @ Balabam (London; Friday 16th March 2018)

Bringing smooth and devout instrumental interplay, candid voices, and an alluring mélange of folk melodies, Namlo unfurls nuances of the musical multitude of ethnic Nepalese folklore. Their music delves into mountainous landscapes and villagers’ concern of overflowing rivers, as well as the journeys of meeting places (‘Rodhi Ghara’) where people...
Album Review: Night – Jhalka Raya Buka [26th August 2017]
8.5

Album Review: Night – Jhalka Raya Buka [26th August 2017]

The world of folk music is, nowadays, experiencing a revival where artists struggle to find a balance between traditions, integrity, and individual innovation. With the album, Jhalka Raya Buka, the Nepali band Night offers a new-school folk packed with plenty of respectful reminiscences and additional field recordings of Nepal’s musical...
Album Review: Namlo – s/t
7.5

Album Review: Namlo – s/t

Nepalese folk music is one of those ancient musical traditions from Asia with a spellbinding power over anyone’s ears. The weaving and tender melodies voice the Himalayan breeze and nature all around. The harmonization of wind and string instruments forges unique compositions, floating between Nepalese verdant landscapes and anywhere else...