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Prog Folk

3.84 | 48 ratings

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3 stars Music for listening to on a rainy drizzly calm day in the countryside while attempting to have a picnic as the fly's buzz around your sandwiches and annoy you.

A pretty little effort from Deutschslanders ''Bröselmaschine. I'm sure the band 'Current 93' would have heard and used this as an inspiration in their music. All instruments are acoustic and sound very nice. It's a mellow, laid back affair with a very English sounding female who turns into a German in the blink of an eye. A good wee album with some sitar and a few bongos thrown in for good measure. There's also that old Folk favourite - the tin whistle which rears its head in 'Schmetterling' but it sounds fine, so all is well. Panic over. A very decent folk album - and by God, I don't like many of them.

Dobermensch | 3/5 |


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