Kheta Hotem - Live At Yläkaupungin Yö Festival Jyväskylä 2005

Kheta Hotem traced their roots back three thousand years to nomadic Artic tribes. They took this very seriously and incorporated their musical ethnography with indigenous instruments from across the world. They are also notable for having Keijo [Virtanen] as a core member who went onto make a huge impact on the labels that you would expect in this territory and records to this day.

CDr released on Foxglove in 2006.

Live At Yläkaupungin Yö Festival


Anonymous,  12 September 2016 at 11:34  

This is great! If you play it really loud it gets even better

This blog is amazing it's like the cool record shop that you used to go to that disappeared ages ago that got replaced by a cafe with guys who look like coal miners serving coffee.
And every time you walk past you wish you could get the record shop back but you can't so later on you discover "Bleak Bliss" and find new music that if ever find in the flesh you would buy.

Watch Alejandro Jodorowsky's Holy Mountain that's what Kheta Hotem reminds me of.

I'm tired, nighty night.

Speckled Jim

badgerstump 12 September 2016 at 13:26  

Hi Jim

Even taking sleep deprivation into account, that's a lovely thought!

... and yeah, Holy Mountain is a good comparison point (wish I'd thought of that sooner, it's one of my favourite films).

Anonymous,  17 September 2016 at 18:34  

i like strange music