We were fortunate enough in tonight's In All Languages to have Zulal, an Armenian a cappella trio comprised of Teni Apelian, Yeraz Markarian, and Anais Tekerian, record a live set for us and talk to us about their interpretations of the folk songs of Armenia plucked directly from the historic villages and past of Armenians.
We then listened to the entirety of Zulal's two studio albums to date, "Zulal" (2004) and "Notes to a Crane" (2007). Learn more about Zulal at zulal.org.
This week we had a live performance from the New York-based duo Creeplings. Creeplings is Joshua Slusher and Bianca Bibiloni. Creeplings performed one continuous live set using synthesizer, guitar, samplers, and various electronics. We also heard from their new untitled CD release.