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The Edgy Lullabies of Kitka

New America Now, Audio, Sandip Roy Posted: Dec 17, 2009


Editor's Note: Shira Cion is a member of the Eastern European vocal ensemble Kitka. Their new album, Cradle Songs, is not a typical collection of lullabies. These songs are edgy lullabies that speak of loss, genocide and pagan gods.

Kitka is performing at the Freight and Salvage Coffeehouse in Berkeley on December 20th. Click here for more information.



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Related Websites

Kitka Official Website

Kitka Myspace





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