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  • DVOE band ft. Joss Stone – “О За Гаєм Зелененьким”

    British singer Joss Stone usually sings soul and R&B, but she took a turn trying something new singing “Oh Beyond the Green Grove” (“Oy Za Hayem Zelenenkim”) – in Ukrainian. The video was recorded at the Dovzhenko Center in Kyiv. Stone, who was performing in Kyiv at the time, was accompanied by the Ukrainian band Dvoe. […] More

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    ONUKA & NAONI – Vidlik

    At the 2017 Eurovision Song contest in Kyiv, musician ONUKA partnered with NAONI and rocked the house with an very Ukrainian Electronic track titled “Vidlik”. The song, which is skyrocketing up the European charts, incorporates many Ukrainian instruments including bandura’s and trembita’s. Overall a great performance. More

  • Famed bassist Flea tries hand at Bandura

    Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea, arguably one of the best bassists of all time, has tried his hand at the Ukrainian folk string instrument, the bandura. The band is spotted in Kyiv, Ukraine enjoying Ukrainian sites and culture. More

  • Ukraine’s Eurovision entry aimed at Russia

    Ukraine has chosen a song about wartime mass deportations of the Crimean Tatar ethnic minority ordered by Joseph Stalin to represent the country at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. Susana Jamaladinova‘s song 1944, performed under her stage name Jamala, was chosen Sunday night by a three-person jury and 380,000 votes from viewers of the country’s televised final […] More

  • Ukraine band create amazing music video with iPhones & iPads

    Ukrainian based indie band Brunettes Shoot Blondes released their music video for Knock Knock back in 2014 to much praise. Its been heralded as a ground breaking animated short featuring 14 iPhones and iPads and this past weekend won the ‘Best Concept’ award at the Berlin Music Video Awards 2015. The band also has another cool […] More

  • Eric Church brought Euromaidan to the Grammys

    Country music star Eric Church played his hit single ‘Give Me Back My Hometown‘ at the 2015 Grammy Awards. While playing his song, he projected scenes from Ukraine’s Euromaidan Revolution behind him. The video above shows his presentation. More

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