written by: aga, she/her
It’s Music Monday again! We’re doing this thing every Monday where we give a platform to vegan womxn and non-binary people who make music.
Today we have a double feature!
We are introducing The Kaos Skola Festival run by vegan power woman Esther. And as a musical treat we are showing you Nicole Carter Cash, vegan musician who will be playing at Kaos Skola.
Esther lives with her family of two humans and many animals in the beautiful countryside in Sweden. Their house is wedged right between two lakes in a forest and that is also the location of the Kaos Skola Festival.
It’s a small intimate event with around 100 people coming from Sweden, Germany and the UK. If you want to spend a laid back time, enjoy home cooked vegan meals and good company then you should totally buy a ticket and join the fun.
All profit goes to a good cause
Whaaaaat? Yes, you read correctly. Not only is this the only known (to us anyway) vegan festival but also will all proceeds go straight to three organisations: A grassroots group working for refugees (tbc.), Hard To Port working to end commercial Whale hunting in Iceland, and the Palestinian Animal League, working to protect animals in the occupied Palestinian territories – both of them run by vegans of course.
Excellent German soft indie by Nicole Carter Cash
Nicole Carter Cash is an up and coming acoustic/indie/folk musician with a powerful voice and music that might bring a tear or two to your eyes. If you understand German, her lyrics will definitely make you reach for the tissues: She manages to gracefully address the most confusing moments in life and takes us on a poetic journey through the life of a young adult facing and overcoming every day obstacles. In the end she leaves her audience with a feeling that we are not alone and that there is someone else going through the same stuff we are.
To stay up to date with new releases and tour dates check out Nicole Carter Cash on:
Esther recommended two wonderful songs by Nicole Carter Cash for us that we want to share with the world. Kaos Skola spoiler alert, the trampoline and the adorable dogs in the first video live at the festival location – one more incentive to come visit this summer!