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October 2021 #31 - Top 40 for Nordic & Baltic Influence Stóðum Tvö í Túni (2020) (track)
January 2021 #10 - Top 40 for West European Influence Haughs Of Cromdale (2014) (track)
December 2020 #3 - Top 40 for West European Influence Haughs Of Cromdale (2014) (track)
Photo by: EMIAN PaganFolk
Photo by: EMIAN PaganFolk
Photo by: EMIAN PaganFolk
Photo by: EMIAN PaganFolk
Photo by: EMIAN PaganFolk
About: Emian 2022
United by the interest and passion for the musical sounds of Northern European and pagan cultures, on December 21, 2011, Emilio and Anna founded EMIAN.

In 2013, they decided to realize their first independent album, AcquaTerra, entirely dedicated to the music of the Celtic areas, publishing also two official videoclips: "Mother’s Breath" and "The Last King’s March." During the album’s recording, the musician Danilo Lupi became part of the project. In 2014, they expanded it with the entry of Martino D’Amico.
With the new arrangement, in 2016, they realized their second album, Khymeia, co-produced and recorded by the independent label I Make Records by Francesco Tedesco and distributed by Family Affair.
In 2019, they published the third album, Egeria, co-produced and recorded by the independent label XXXV at Studio XXXV by Nicola Pellegrino and Giovanni Paglioli, and the third official videoclip "La casa dell’Orco."
In November of the same year, Danilo and Martino left the project.

During these long years of intense musical activity, both national and international, Emian have collected a large number of concerts, also obtaining two important awards: in 2013 as "Best Accredited Artist" in the XXVI edition of the Ferrara Buskers Festival, and in 2015, they won the first edition of the European Celtic Contest at the Montelago Celtic Festival.
They took part in some important festivals: Festival Mediaval (Selb, Germany), Castlefest and Castlefest Winter Edition (Lisse, Netherlands), Celtic Night Geluwe (Geluwe, Belgium), Labadoux (Ingelmunster, Belgium), Celt’n’Folk (Almere, Netherlands), and Midwinter Fair Yule Fest (Alphen aan den Rijn, Netherlands).
In Madrid, they shared the stage with the bands Cuélebre and An Dannza, in France with the band Scurra, and in Italy, they played in opening to the concerts of Omnia, Irfan, and Ataraxia, important bands of the international folk/new wave/PaganFolk scene. The Italian audience has known Emian in some important Celtic and fantasy festivals: Montelago Celtic Festival, Festa dell'Unicorno, Triskell, Druidia, Yggdrasil, Strigarium, Mutina Boica, Fjallstein...
Emian also took part in three editions of the Ferrara Buskers Festival, at two of these as "invited Artists."
In 2015, the founders Emilio and Anna composed the soundtrack for the first episode of the web series "Francesco esempio di vita" by the RAI Director Giuseppe Falagario.
In September 2016, EMIAN made their theater debut, as authors and live performers of the soundtrack, in the Sophocles’ tragedy "Antigone," adapted by the actor and director Andrea Adinolfi.
In this project, EMIAN gather their musical and life experiences: the deep connection with the journey that always characterized the people of the Mediterranean and European areas; the freedom to experiment and to know new cultural and musical languages; the beauty enclosed in meeting people coming from other places; the loss of themselves in the world and in nature for which music often and willingly becomes a vehicle of transmission.
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