(also known as apocalyptic folk)
Bob Dylan in his early musical steps had said of Roy Orbison that he “sang musical genres that had not yet been invented.”
How it sounds
Like Bob Dylan playing next to a fully functioning factory.
Essentially like a mixture of medieval music with a lot of electronic experimentation.
Why listen to it
Basically, many have heard the genre, without even knowing it, and even in metal covers.
The sound of this music is strangely enchanting with many ideas in each piece.
Suitable for all those who are looking for originality, but without going to extremes.
Why hooaaaah (yawn), what did we say? Aaa yes, it becomes completely monotonous and boring. Still, others get tired of over-experimenting.
Where we meet it
Mainly in England.
When did it start
There is a lot of blurs here.
The term came into use in the early 1980s.
However, although it did not exist as a genre, it was already played in the ‘60s.
Who are the pioneers
It generally describes the music, which has as its main influence
Even Lou Reed is at the top of the list.
You must listen
Days of glory
Hmm, in the early ‘90s, if this explosion can be considered glory. Although from the ’10s very remarkable bands come out.
The practice of neo-paganism and occultism draws Nazis and, as far-sighted entities, confuse runes with swastikas.
What is it confused with
With Experimental, Martial Industrial, Dark Folk, and Pagan Folk.
How do you describe it to an irrelevant
Medieval sounds with musicians getting electrocuted while playing.