Yes, there is such a thing as Mongolian Folk Metal, and it is being performed by the band Tengger Cavalry. It’s post-Metallica heavy metal combined with Mongolian folk instrumentation, which gives the band a feel and sound something like Kansas or Yes playing heavy metal or Porcupine Tree with more diverse instrumentation. In the fiveContinue reading “Mongolian Folk Metal: Tengger Cavalry”
Reminders that bookmaking is a trade and that a book is a work of art:
He owned every part that he played.
CFP: Rock and Romanticism NOTES: I have set up a blog dedicated to the Rock and Romanticism anthology: https://rockandromanticism.wordpress.com/. When this page is no longer pinned to the top of this blog, all future updates on the anthology will have been migrated to that location. 2. The August 1st deadline for proposals has passed. However, I plan toContinue reading “CFP (Anthology): Rock and Romanticism”
Updated June 7th with additional links, a bibliography, and an expanded contributor list. If you’re interested in the topic of this post, please consider submitting a proposal to the edited anthology Rock and Romanticism. I’m thinking about developing a course about Rock and Roll and Romanticism for the Spring 2016 semester, so I asked my colleaguesContinue reading “Romanticism and Rock”