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When The Lash was formed in 1996, their turbo-driven take on Celtic music was considered so radical that performances were protested by local folk music organizations. Twelve years later, the genre of Celtic Rock is widely accepted, but the self-proclaimed purveyors of “Celtic Mayhem” are still mixing musical styles.
The Lash combines folk instruments like fiddle, mandolin, banjo, and cittern with bass and drums, and the result is like little else found on the music scene.
In the end, there’s only one thing that makes The Lash different from other bands. It’s not that they don’t follow the rules of music. It’s that they don’t even acknowledge them.