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What just registers as 5mg on my scale feels like way more than I have been eyeballing. I already said too much that doesn't relate to the song but didn't feel like saying it anywhere else.

 

mr peabody

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Mohsen Amini - concertina
Hayley Keenan - fiddle
Craig Irving - guitar

Talisk are a Scottish folk band composed of Mohsen Amini, Hayley Keenan, and Graeme Armstrong.
 

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Tone via tearing your fiddle strings - inventive musicality in both expressing and representing the elimination of certain musical/living elements from society and culture from our pleasure, yet those playing still adapting; am guessing.
 
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Was searching Balkan Folk and this is one I happened upon, for Mr. Zippo's appreciation,
(Saluki appreciation)
 

Skorpio

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Niyaz - Persian house music. I first heard these guys feom a bluelight recomendation, possibly ebola?, but not sure, I know I found a bunch of darker stuff from ebola?

Anyway this song has a dope time signature.



I tend to like music like this if anybody has recs:

 

Zopiclone bandit

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What's wrong with that @mr peabody?

I personally love Japanese culture & if you understand things like Seppuku & the "logic system" of old Japan the men that flew to their death deserve 100% Respect imho.
 
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