Posts Tagged 'Fulka'

A Hollow In The Land – A Call To Arms

Posted on June 19 2012 by Rick Disco

Jacob Israel and his wife Ola (from Fulka) have been busy with a collaborative project called A Hollow In The Land. Together, they create cimmerian and misty ballads with an ever-calming presence raptured with strong blasts of gritty noise drones. We used instruments such as “prepared” banjo, we attached some foil underneath the strings on [...]

Fulka is #1 on Tuks FM, Dancing in our Darkest Days is free on bandcamp

Posted on January 12 2011 by dirtyoldman

In the words of Fulka beatsmith Jacob Israel: Fulka is #1 on Tuks FM, so to celebrate we have decided to make the single “Dancing In Our Darkest Days” a free download at our bandcamp. The downloads are limited on bandcamp so go grab it now!!! Head over here to grab it! kthnx baai Technorati [...]

Video Treatment: Fulka – “Dancing In Our Darkest Days”

Posted on November 15 2010 by dirtyoldman

Fulka, this one not this one, has been a regular feature here, since the release of Misunderstood. We loved the full length album The Mystery of the Seven Stars. It is with great excitement that we heard about the release of the release of a brand new music video  for the track Dancing In our [...]

Review: Fulka – The Mystery Of The Seven Stars

Posted on October 6 2010 by Rick Disco

Pretoria, South Africa, is uncannily good at producing incredibly talented musicians that are not afraid to take on unfamiliar genres within our country. Singer-songwriter Ola Kobak is no exception in this regard. She is the beautiful voice behind Fulka, a Pretoria based folktronica act. The word Fulka is derived from a Germanic noun meaning “people” [...]

I’d Fulka

Posted on February 9 2010 by dirtyoldman

Fulka is Ola Kobak, who with the help from a few friends creates soft, delicate, melodic, electronic folk music. The first track out is Misunderstood which is a beautiful, lo-fi track which features banjo, a touch of vintage synth and that awesomely synthesised drum sounds courtesy of Roland and the 80′s. Look out for more [...]