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Orchis

Orchis

Orchis


ORCHIS is an English Dark Folk band consisting of Tracy Jeffery (Cunnan, SQE), Amanda Prouten and Alan Trench (Cunnan, SQE, Twelve Thousand Days(with Martyn Bates), Temple Music) They have released four albums to date starting in 1994 : The Dancing Sun, A Thousand Winters, Mandragora and Trait (a 'best of' released through the Russian Brudenia label). After a gap of some years they released the new 'Other Days' download ep via the Woven Wheat Whispers legal folk download service in 2007. Read more on Last.fm
ORCHIS is an English Dark Folk band consisting of Tracy Jeffery (Cunnan, SQE), Amanda Prouten and Alan Trench (Cunnan, SQE, Twelve Thousand Days(with Martyn Bates), Temple Music) They have released four albums to date starting in 1994 : The Dancing Sun, A Thousand Winters, Mandragora and Trait (a 'best of' released through the Russian Brudenia label). After a gap of some years they released the new 'Other Days' download ep via the Woven Wheat Whispers legal folk download service in 2007. Trench was a founding member of the now defunct World Serpent Distribution,and the first two albums and a 7" single (He Walks In Winter) was released via them on their own Cryptanthus label, with Mandragora on the German Trisol label. They have contributed to many compilation albums, with some tracks turning up on the 'Trait' album.

The sound is slightly out of kilter acoustic instruments mixed with electronic experimentation and ethereal/heavenly vocals, and the song themes seem to be mainly pagan in origin, with a distinct leaning towards ancient Greek deities - also a theme in Trench's Temple Music project. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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