Sus Dungo

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Soprannominate “le fate dell’indie-pop lettone”, le Sus Dungo sono una band di sette ragazze provenienti dalla Lettonia, con all’attivo un EP ed un mini-album, i cui temi spaziano dal rurale al romanticismo. Una piccola orchestra popolare che porta con sé una selezione piuttosto antica di strumenti acustici, tra cui una fisarmonica, flauto, arpa, violino, contaminata poi da basso, Robe demoiselle d’honneur rose chitarra, synth e percussioni.

Sus Dungo is an extraordinary marvel in Latvian independent music, called the “Latvian indie pop fairies” and “musical visions”, consisting of 8 young ladies, showcasing a wide range of musical instruments, including the accordion and the harp, bright vocals, often performed by all band members, and an unforgettable stage presence.
Sus Dungo is the fresh breeze of youth, sincere freedom and improvisational Robe demoiselle d’honneur violette spirit, lighting up the stage and the hearts of the audience with their genuine performance and original music.
This June Sus Dungo self-released their first studio record, minialbum “Rasā pēdas” (“Feet in Dew” – Engl.) that has already been well received amongst Latvian music critics and the audience as well.

“Album “Rasā pēdas” is filled with peace and

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grace, genuine joy and a sense of musical taste” (Uldis Rudaks, “Kultūras Diena”)
“..this kind of music is [..] a reminder that tenderness in our lives should be given a space large enough..” (Toms Treibergs, “Mūzikas Saule”)
“One can only be surprised how a folk-orchestra of its size can stay at the border of quiet and harmonic music.” (Kārlis Dagilis, “Ir”)