Monthly Markers May 2024: Meidi Goh/Scurra

It’s the 1st of May which means two brand new Monthly Markers for this month!

Band no. 1: Meidi Goh (NL)
Song: Hold Fast

Band no.2: Scurra (F)
Song: Il nous reste à chanter (We still have to sing)

Both albums boast stunning artwork! 🎨 Dive into vibrant, atmospheric booklets packed with all the song lyrics. Meidi’s album features captivating photos, while Scurra’s showcases intricate drawings. Perfect additions to your music collection! 🎶
We’ll play these songs 5 to 6 times a day for a full month on our radio station. These songs are (not yet) on Spotify, but as soon as they do, we will add them to our special CeltCast – Monthly Markers Spotify list! Hopefully, you will love these songs as much as our team does!
Musical Greetings,
The CeltCast Radio Team 🎻

You can find Meidi Goh here:

You can find Scurra here:

CeltCast Fantasy Awards 2023/24: The Winners!

The Fantasy Awards Party, with a delightful look back at 2023, is now a fond memory. What a splendid gathering it was, filled with familiar faces in the heart of P60 Amstelveen! 🤩

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to all our visitors. Without your presence and voting, there would be no party, and our cherished tradition of organizing this event would not endure. Our foundation thrives on love and the dedication of volunteers, but let’s face it, parties do come with costs. Your support means the world to us! ❤️

Speaking of volunteers, we cannot express enough appreciation for the incredible efforts put forth by our dedicated team yesterday. We are bursting with pride for our CeltCast family!

A huge round of applause for: 🙏🏼

  • Tycho – Chief Video Team
  • Helen – Video & Socials
  • Berit – Deco & Lovely award assistant
  • Jan – Presenter bands
  • Arjan – Facilitating Networking
  • Linda B – Production with love and care
  • Rosanne – Deco & Merch
  • Mels – Coaching Nominees
  • Ralph – Photographer
  • André – Photographer
  • Christophe – Photographer (P60&CC)
  • Rens – Team Video – Screen images awards
  • Siggi – Deco & Merch
  • Thomas – Photographer & Video
  • Filippe – Video
  • Ruud – Photographer
  • Wendy – Deco & Merch
  • Alex – Facilitating Networking & presenter awards
  • Ilona – Video & Socials

And let’s not forget our fantastic musicians! A standing ovation for Plunder, Exqueezit, and Airboxes for setting the stage ablaze with their incredible performances and the beautiful dancers in front of the stage. 🎶

Lastly, but certainly not least, our sincere thanks to Lotte, Boyd, and the entire P60 team for their warm hospitality and impeccable care throughout the evening.

Here are the results of the 2023 review!
Each award emoji represents the artist who received it.

🏆 Theme Music 🏆

🎤 Best Song

  • Deloraine – Sabat 🏆
  • Faun – Ylfa Spere
  • Go_A – Dumala
  • Irdorath – Zorami
  • Omnia – Only love can tame the demon
  • SKÁLD – Elverhøy
  • Ye Banished Privateers – Mates Together

📀 Best Album

  • Brisinga – Mond Cult
  • Pyrates! – Five Years At Sea
  • SKÁLD – Huldufólk 🏆
  • Sunfire – The Devil’s Drink
  • The Dolmen – Devil’s Crest
  • The Longest Johns – C-Sides
  • Tulua – No Coming No Going

💿 Monthly Marker

(votes by Team CC)

  • 2023-01 Furda – Lisek
  • 2023-02 Willos’ – irish folk music – P Stands for Paddy
  • 2023-03 The Trouble Notes – Liberty Awaits 🏆
  • 2023-04 Legiana Collective – Quand la Lune
  • 2023-05 •FeHu• Pagan Folk – II Viaggio Comincia
  • 2023-06 Breabach – Bróg to the Future
  • 2023-07 The Trials of Cato – Kadisha
  • 2023-08 Datura medieval music – Edi beo thu
  • 2023-09 Tulua Music – Kick the Stick Jigs
  • 2023-10 Totus Gaudeo – Hausdrachentanz
  • 2023-11 Cala – Smirr
  • 2023-12 The Dubliners & The Pogues – The Irish Rover

🏆 Theme Art🏆

🎥 Best Music Video

  • Deloraine – Sabat 🏆
  • FAUN – Ylfa Spere
  • Go_A – Rusalochki
  • Heilung – Anoana LIVE | LIFA Llyn Dain
  • OMNIA – Only Love… Can Tame the Demon
  • Sunfire – Jolene
  • The Longest Johns – Hammer and the Anvil

✒️ Best Cover Art

  • Faun – Ylfa Spere (Single)
  • Go_A – Rusalochki (Single)
  • Irdorath – Zorami (Single)
  • SKÁLD – Huldufólk (Album)
  • Sunfire – The Devil’s Drink (Album) 🏆
  • The Dolmen – Devil’s Crest (Album)
  • Ye Banished Privateers – Mates Together (Single)

🎭 Best Off-Stage Act

  • Abe de Verteller (NL)
  • Beatrice (DE)
  • Greenthingz (NL)
  • House of Wax Entertainment (NL)
  • Medusa’s World (NL) 🏆
  • Sassenachs (NL)
  • Zwaard & Steen (NL)

🏆 Theme Events🏆

🪕 Best Live Act

  • FAUN
  • Go_A
  • Heilung
  • Rapalje 🏆
  • Sunfire
  • Wardruna
  • Ye Banished Privateers

🔮 Best Stand

  • Celtic World 🏆
  • Hannie’s Hakhoning
  • Hollow Moon Art
  • Kürtőskalács (Schoorsteenbrood)
  • Viking Voer
  • Witch & Warrior Crafts
  • Wortel & Cruydt

🏰 Best Event

  • Castlefest (NL) 🏆
  • Eallum (NL)
  • Elfia – Arcen (NL)
  • Fantasy Fest (NL)
  • Fantasy Forest (UK)
  • Middeleeuws Winschoten (NL)
  • Midwinter Fair Archeon (NL)

Dear friends, as we unwind and reflect, we wish you all a joyous continuation of this festive weekend! Here’s to an incredible festival season ahead in 2024! Cheers to more magical moments and unforgettable memories! 🎉

Munin, Oliver Satyr’s first solo album

Last year, Oliver Satyr released his first solo album Munin, and this beautiful album ended up as a welcome present under our resident reviewer’s Christmas tree.

On Munin, Oliver Satyr brought together a lovely selection of songs he recorded solo, or with the different side projects he has had over the years together with Kati Rán, Paris Paloma, Gina Wetzel and Boris Koller.

Beautifully packed this album is a must have, not only for the fans of Faun or Oliver Satyr, but for everybody who has a warm heart for neo- and paganfolk.

Want to know more about it? Follow this this link and read what our reviewer Cliff made of this beautiful album. Can you judge a album by its cover? The answer to this question is just one click away.

Guilty pleasures

Cliff has been a bit Naughty. At CeltCast we have our guilty pleasures. Bands that don’t play Acoustic European Folk so we can’t play them on the station, but we hold very dear to our hearts. Sunfire is one of those bands, so although their new album The Devils Drink is not eligible for an official review on our CeltCast page he still couldn’t resist himself, so he wrote a reviewing article and hid it in the news section, thinking we wouldn’t find out. Off course we did, but as we all share his guilty pleasure we want to share the link anyway. Enjoy the read. Just don’t tell him we did this 😉


Please support us through: iDeal or PayPal

Recent tracks

Loading ...