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The Sami, also known as Lapps, are the indegenous people of Northern Scandinavia. Hailing from northern parts of Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia (the Kola Peninsula), their lives and appearance have a lot in common with Native Americans. Their music is dominated by the unique and easily recognizable Joik (or Yoik) which again lends similarities to the chanting vocal styles of Native American music. It is often accompanied by a simple hand drum beat.

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Sami Joik

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The Sami, also known as Lapps, are the indegenous people of Northern Scandinavia. Hailing from northern parts of Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia (the Kola Peninsula), their lives and appearance have a lot in common with Native Americans. Their music is dominated by the unique and easily recognizable Joik (or Yoik) which again lends similarities to the chanting vocal styles of Native American music. It is often accompanied by a simple hand drum beat.

This is a long track featuring Tablas played in the unique middle eastern "finger" style, along with Sitars, Thai or Indian Reed flute and a suitably arab sounding 'drone' sound. The track goes through several different stages of various intensities and themes.

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Shape Of Death

01:12

A disturbing, percussion-only track. Use of feedback and clanking metal reminescent of the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre soundtrack or some of John Cage's work, but with the added element of dark, ethnic percussion. This fairly short track is great for a thriller, chiller, horror or dark mystery.

This big and epic score is perfect suited for creating the typical Hollywood-feeling you know from movie theaters. A massive percussions mix, including toms, taikos, and many more are the elements of this track. The part starting at 1:16 may be also used separately in order to create tension and drama.

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Ang Kahora

06:12

Take equal measures of electronica and downtempo hip-hop, add a slight element of contemporary african pop, and you end up with this catchy and groovy chillout track featuring hip-hop style drums, electronica style synth arpeggios and African flavored marimbas.

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80 tracks, registered with a PRO
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