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Live Review

Dead Can Dance at Sava Center 2019

Read "Dead Can Dance at Sava Center 2019" reviewed by Nenad Georgievski


Dead Can Dance Sava Center Belgrade, Serbia June 28, 2019To classify Dead Can Dance only as a goth band would be like enclosing them in a disproportionate cage. Insufficient, inadequate and undermining. It would be fairer to describe this group led by multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Brendan Perry and vocalist Lisa Gerrard as an ever-changing ensemble that traverses ages, sounds, and geographies. Emerging from the post-punk era in the early '80s Dead Can Dance music ...

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Album Review

Dead Can Dance: Dionysus

Read "Dionysus" reviewed by Nenad Georgievski


In Greek mythology, Dionysus represents the god of the grape harvest, winemaking, and wine, of fertility, ritual madness, religious ecstasy, and theatre. In ancient times, he was worshipped fondly by his followers with cultural festivities, wine-induced ritualistic dances, intense and violent orgies, and secretive various depictions of drunken revelry (the Dionysian Mysteries). What he embodied was the intoxicating portion of nature. The worship began as a celebration of culture, with plays and processions, and progressed into a cult that was ...


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