Over the last month, despite the loss of the US for our stream, we have been moving Wyldwood Radio onto a software. Everescast is a great piece of radio automation software which allows all of our team members to be able to get hands on with the stream. As a result we have already expanded our playlists to include even more Pagan bands and artists, new playlists are in development and we have two exciting new features!
Dark, seductive, exotic and ancient, the music produced by London based duo Spyros Giasafakis and Evi Stergiou is sure to speak to an ancient and wyld part of your soul
Belgian folk band Rastaban create lively music which draws on folklore from around Europe. The music feels as if it has no small amount of Gypsy influence and performances by the band are certainly energetic!
Our Band of the Week is: Danheim! Hailing from Denmark, Mike Schæfer Olsen is the man behind this fantastic musical project which blends electronic music with dark, tribal Pagan tunes.
Our band of the week is Spanish Pagan folk band, Trobar de Morte!
Trobar de Morte was founded in way back in 1999 as a project by the talented Lady Morte.
In this episode Herne chats with British Pagan folk legend, Damh the Bard about the upcoming release of Y Mabinogi: the Second Branch. Damh talks about the importance of reviving an oral tradition in Britain and about the various spiritual themes within this important collection of Celtic literature.
This interview first aired on Wyldwood Radio during……
We have finally been able to source a supplier for our official Wyldwood Radio merchandise!
You may have seen a new addition to our navigation menu; the “shop” link which will take you to a brand new feature of our website.
Currently we are selling official Wyldwood Radio merchandise but we plan to sell some fine, hand-made……
A mighty oak, once gathered around by Druids, famed for the mistletoe in its high branches, falls in the forest. Over time his limbs, trunk and roots decay. Within the trunk woodlice, grubs and beetles eat away the old, becoming food themselves for woodpeckers, flycatchers, firecrests and doormice. Outward the bark becomes covered in mushrooms,……
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