MuHa is a well-known chill-out Nottingham based band that has planted it’s New Roots from Eastern Europe music in the heart of the East Midlands, UK.
It formed in 2004, when Iryna Muha, a Ukrainian born singer and songwriter, moved to England from New York and met Dmitry Fedotov, Latvian rock legend. Whilst playing Slavonic rooted music, MuHa brings the most from a versatile world music scene in the UK by experimenting with layering and mixing sounds of different traditions into one peace, reflecting the national landscape of modern Britain.
MuHa’s songs have melodic beauty of Russian/Ukrainian folklore and in a clear sound of this acoustic band you will hear African berimbau, Indian rhythm Kathak, Irish fiddle, Cuban groove, English blues harmonica and a jew’s harp- an instrument used in many cultures all over the world. The unique voice of the singer Iryna Muha mesmerizes with the authentic feeling of the Eastern European tradition.
MuHa’s extremely talented musicians come from different walks of life and each one of them brings own experience and expertise into this versatile Eastern Europe roots band.