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Let’s Twist!

This video is indeed a kind of making-off of our last video recording for Barzh an Ifern (You still can watch it >here<).

Lyrics are traditional from Brittany (and as usual in #Breton language). A bachelor is complaining about the way girls are nowadays, not willing to stay home but rather going to school or partying. Composed at least… 100 years ago ! (full English translation and more facts >here<)

The final Live part is from the song “Barzh an Ifern”, in Marseille (south of France), March the 15th, 2014, in Equitable Café (crazy ambiance that night as you can hear from the sound!)

One of our goals is to get ALL the songs from our album available on our YouTube channel, (if you are a regular user of YouTube, you can subscribe here, that way you’ll easily get notified from our new videos)… And we’re almost half-way 😉

Enjoy, and if you enjoy it, please share around!


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Were can you find us?

Physically we are lucky enough to spend a lot of time now both in Greece and in Brittany, but on the web, here are a couple of places you may find us – and on which you may also connect with us on a regular basis. But first… just tell us which are your favourite ways to stay in touch with music you like?


And in any case, here are the links to the ones we’re using regularly + some insight on what you may find on each of them …

Astrakan Project on YouTube - celtic music channel

YouTube Channel : the main & most important place (beside our web-site of course)! We post regular music videos from album tracks, also from rehearsals, alternative acoustic versions, work in progress, promo-videos, teasers and also Vlogs with up-dates about our plans and projects (well… bla-bla-bla videos from Simone!). If you’re a regular user and do have an account, then yeah to you: you can subscribe to our channel!

Link to our channel:

Astrakan Project on Bandcamp - celtic fusion music albums

Bandcamp: with all our albums to listen to (you may download even some EPs for free ) & you may share from there very easily our songs & albums


Astrakan Project music fan page

Facebook: You may like our official Page (and by the way, wu just got over the 500 fans milestione 🙂 ) or request any (or both!) of us for more interaction: Simone & Yann

Link to Fan Page:

Link to Yann’s profile :

Link to Simone’s profile :

#astrakanproject on instagram

Instagram, we both share some pictures from rehearsals and behind the scenes, from travels also, Yann will also share many Coffee pictures (user name @gwadmoch) & Simone some Art-Work ones (user name @rosaborboniana)

Astrakan Project on Soundcloud

Soundcloud. This is what we like to use it more specifically to share work in progress, we’ll share it here also, but if you have a soundcloud account, feel free to follow us:


Astrakan Project - Celtic World music on Twitter

Twitter:  you’ll find most of our updates (new blog posts, new videos, new sounds) and sometimes some thoughts about being a “self-made-musician”!

Link: & use #astrakanproject !


Reverbnation: mostly used by musicians but you can get a free Astrakan Project Android App with free streaming music and loads of links

Link :


Sound & Video

How not to miss a video?

Whether you already have an account there or not, you’re most probably familiar and a fan of You Tube. If you do have a user account on You Tube, no need to tell you how much easier it will be for your to stay tuned about our new videos… If not, well, this might be your chance, it’s a nice way to keep track of videos you like, play them later, etc…

Here is our direct link to subscribe:

subscribe to our You tube Channel

Direct link to our channel being:

We realise we love more and more creating and sharing videos, mostly music videos but not only, and the new way You Tube allows anyone to create a consistent channel, and organise it easily to make it a lively community is very promising. So … expect even more videos of our kind! And here is the one we made to present our channel to people that wouldn’t know anything about us – any comments are of course welcome!

The music is the same we used on the 3 episodes for our quest to get our booking agent (this quest is actually still going on, although for Belgium we are now working with a very dedicated agent – we’ll get back to that later), but it is more about presenting the kind of videos we may share than specifically presenting our music. I’m happy I’m getting a hand on my video editing software! It’s like a new world of possibilities – and I can even praise myself, for I only started to video edit less than 2 years ago, and I made quite some progress!

Have fun watching! At least… as much fun as we had doing it!

§ Simone