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By Lothanna on 30 juli, 2016
Verzamelalbum rondom de graankoning, John Barleycorn en Lughnasadh / Lammas, met begeleidende boekje over het ‘dark folk’ project.
By Morgana on 4 december, 2015
A personal CD dedicated solely to the magickal music of the Harp played by the one and only Harp Fairy herself of Omnia.
By Diane Narraway on 31 januari, 2013
The latest album from rebel folk band The Dolmen is nothing short of breath-taking. Whilst this album is most definitely pagan, it is a far cry from the Pagan albums we have become used to.
By Morgana on 22 mei, 2012
Review of the album ‘Where the Wind Blows’ by Harmony Glen.
By Mark Vine on 7 november, 2011
The latest album offering from those perennial Celtic rockers The Dolmen, entitled Whispering Winds is, in many ways, a journey back to their early folk roots with ten of the fourteen tracks being ‘traditional’ songs.
By Morgana on 4 november, 2011
Review of three albums by the (originally) Turkish musicians Mercan Dede, Halil Baskal and Levent Yildirim.
By Marloes Visser and Mark Vine on 1 februari, 2011
The Dolmen are a Weymouth, Dorset, UK Celtic/folk-rock band that incorporate elements of Celtic, folk, pagan-themed, and historically based musical works into their largely original repertoire.
By Morgana on 19 januari, 2011
From the official website: Damh is a modern-day Bard whose spirituality, and love of folk tradition, is expressed through his music, storytelling and poetry. Drawing on the Bardic traditions his performances are both entertaining and educational, weaving a tapestry of myth, peace, and anthems that speak directly to the heart, but never without a good […]
By Morgana on 15 december, 2010
Winter Solstice : The Dolmen
Since I have seen The Dolmen perform at a Faerie Fest in Brighton I am totally hooked on their wild, devil-may-care, ‘piratey’ style of music, that one just cannot keep still to. It is so fresh and infectious that I can foresee them gaining a veritable army of fans here in the Netherlands to go with their almost fanatical following in their native England.