J-P Piirainen has created totally new, groovy and interesting style of music - Nordic Guitar Music. He brings a new twist not only to Nordic folk music, but also to the world of guitar music.
New album ”Twined” will be released 11.10. 2017 in Helsinki, Finland.
The album combines powerful grooves and joyful melodies. 1000 years of music tradition and history speaked via modern and one of the most popular instruments of the world. “The Twined”-album is produced by guitarist and composer Joonas Widenius and features Venla Ilona Blom (beatbox), Maija Kauhanen (kantele and percussion) and Petteri Sariola (acoustic guitar).
Helsinki-Cotonou Ensemble takes the sounds of Benin, the homeland of Voodoo, and combines them with soulful songwriting, jazzy improvisations and funky beats. Currently the band is preparing to take it's unique yet intriguing musical cocktail to the next level, as the guys are finalizing their 4th album. Bafe's Factory is proud to announce the upcoming release of HCE's brand new studio recording, scheduled to come out in the spring of 2018!Website
Solju - Ulla Pirttijärvi and her daughter Hildá Länsman are Sámi musicians from Utsjoki, Lapland, which is the northernmost municipality in Finland.
Solju performs modern ethno music combined with traditional yoik singing. They are proud of the original northern culture and want to show it to the world!
New album "Odda aigodat" will be released 25th of April 2018. The album is produced by Samuli Laiho, Teho Majamäki and Riku Mattila.Website
Tuuletar (“Goddess of The Wind” in Finnish Mythology) is a vocal performance group, consisting of four diverse women from Finland. Since 2012 these vibrant musicians have been singing, composing and performing together, creating their own and unique sound and identity.Website
Subsonic trio draws together ancient instruments and musical aesthetics from their homelands to create a deep rooted contemporary sound.Website
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An independent record label and publisher in Helsinki, Finland.