Brother Sea; Celtic-folk with a salty touch

We mostly review albums on CeltCast, but we also keep our eyes on other media where music is uploaded. One of the more important ones is Bandcamp. More and more starting bands are uploading their first recordings on this platform before they commit to a full album.
One of those bands is the Cornish folk band Brother Sea. Since July 2019 they have gathered a nice little discography on their Bandcamp page. One mini-album and three singles all together. All filled with lovely Celtic-folk music, beautifully played and with stunning harmonies. A band well worth listening to.
So jump over to our review, have a read, and show your support to this promising new band. And remember, this coming Friday, the 4th of December, is the last time this year that Bandcamp will waive its revenue share on all sales to give musicians more money from each purchase.
As always the review is just one click away

The Magic Door, an album that is warm, kind and full of mystery

November has become a month of stories. First, we had the beautiful myths of the Sami people and North Germanic tribes put to music by the new duo Gói, then we dived even deeper into the Germanic myths with Sowulo’s storyteller album GRIMA. And now we have one last myth. For this myth, we go to Italie. To Rome. To a magical portal that has been placed there somewhere in the 16th century and has become an inspiration for a trio formed by Athuan Rebis, Giada Colagrande and Vicenzo Zitello. Together they formed The Magic Door and they made an album that is warm, friendly and full of mystery. Click on the link and dive with me into the world of the alchemists. Poetic, beautiful….and strange.

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