Yaşru is one of my favorite folk rock bands. He defines himself on youtube page like this:
Yaşru is one-man atmospheric doom-folk project.All compositions are crated by B.Öner who was member of Seraphim that was Turkish doom metal (1995-1999) (R.I.P) In 2007 he began making music again and he created one-man project that's name was Sidre.But because of some reasons he has changed project's name and style. Yaşru's music is generaly in atmospeheric-folkloric doom genre with ANCIENT TURKIC FOLKLORIC MUSIC. Thank you for listening. NOTE:This project is not related to any political or ideologıcal opinion and consideration.
There're a few folkloric rock/metal bands around world, and I love to listen to them. Yaşru has 2 albums so far, and my favourite song is
Öd Tengri Yasar (Eternal Blue Sky (Tengri) Lives the Time):
We promised in our last post (The Heritage Project), that we would share with all of you the projects that we have been doing and are about to do. (Un)fortunately we have been very busy doing and planning new projects. (Wow, it is actually already FOUR months since our last post - Shame on us!)
Anyway, one of the big highlights since those four months is definitely our project in Thailand. After months of preparations, research, mailing back and forth, searching for funds, searching for volunteers, booking and so on, our deal was sealed. Together with one selected volunteer (Luxembourger) we travelled to Thailand to work with one of Thailands many hilltribes, The Karen People.
The Karen people mainly live in the West and North of Thailand. We travelled to two remote villages of the Karen tribe in the hills outside of Chiang Mai, in the north of Thailand to work with the children of the l
Dear Steemians, This may be the first, in the series of posts with great music. Let's see If you like it. I want to start the journey with the amazing British artist Rameses B and his chilling creation
Butterflies. Make sure to check him out!
A burst of nostalgic feeling, a touch of tension with an uplifting vibe sets an atmospheric scene that burrows deep into the heart.
This is Butterflies, ejoy:
beat by freshley crusher
its officially on the DEF-CON 21 compilation cd from gravitas recordings
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I just discovered this wonderful video on youtube.
Someone underlayed this beautiful pictures with my latest single:
Andy Jay Powell -
Our Future (Savon Remix)
I love this video - very great stuff.
I hope you will like it, too.
Hey everyone, I figured I would add some songs that I sing on. Here's one I did a year ago. The title is
Found You. I dedicated it to my best friend growing up. He died due to an OD. Very sad. So this is a sad song. It may resonate with you depending on where you are in life. Everyday we face challenges, but we can make a choice. We can choose to take on our battles head on, or to give up and let depression consume us. As I tell many, if you are feeling down, immediately do something nice for someone else. You will be gifted with a lighter heart and higher spirit. Hope you enjoy. Chris :)
Click on the link below to get to Soundcloud to hear the song.
Hello all! My name is Adam and I am a human from Arkansas. I enjoy making my own music, so I thought I would share it here! This is my youtube channel if you'd like to take a listen: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3geBF4Fau9GFTZ42cvacTQ
I'm excited about this new platform and all the new technologies coming out of blockchain! What an incredible time to be alive!
Much love everyone!
5. “Black Hole Sun”, Soundgarden, 1994
Yes, it may be a bit weird to place one of Cornell’s best known songs (and quite possibly his biggest hit) this low on the list, but bear with us: at the time, even if a successful song, it was another one in a string of (great) grunge hits. Truth is, if this one’s #5, then you can figure how big Chris Cornell’s catalog is. “Black Hole Sun” was the song that made them from a good known rock band to really big stars, spending the last few years touring on the Lollapalooza Festival on 1992, or opening to bigger acts like Skid Row and Neil Young. The song, a psychedelic ballad, was accompanied by one of the most visually astounding videos of all time, and one of the most bizarre too. But again, at the time, the video was in such a competition it didn’t even got nominated to the MTV VMA’s of that year. But it was a new direction to the band, as they
Four girls from Slovenia that ROCK. #metaldetector has found Hellcats.
To quote Blabbermouth:
Sasha Zagorc (bass) formed HELLCATS with her sister Sonja Zagorc (drums) ten years ago. The band had to deal with quite a lot of criticism as the first all-female band on the Slovenian metal scene, but they just kept going and now have fans all over the world.
Energetic music, great vocals, fresh sound, honest approach. What do you want more?
[#006: Deep Purple - Space Truckin'](https://steemit.com/music/@ervin-lemark/metal-detector-006-deep-purple-spac
Did you know there are sounds from space? True, noise does not travel through the unforgiving vacuum of space, but instruments still pick up data that can be translated into sound.
NASA has their own SOUNDCLOUD. Keep in mind not all of their tracks are going to be from space -- given that we have NASA, but no shuttle program -- I stopped listening to their podcasts eons ago.
I used to own a CD of sounds captured by Voyager -- it is still available for purchase on Amazon.
Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) has a YouTube channel -- where you can find some bizarre space music.
The next one almost sounds like the Thoughty dude that I like --- But what I like is that he did find the best weird space sounds.
And this is just a good vid