Kejafi’s music stems from their love of traditional folk tunes and songs that celebrate the deep cultural connections between Australia and Scotland and Australia and Ireland. Their music re-imagines older tunes and songs in a contemporary context, some of which have strongly influenced folk music in Australia. They also bring beautifully composed original material that keeps the living tradition of folk music alive and thriving. Intertwining fiddles, playfully switching between countermelody and unison, accompanied by octave mandolin bring a fresh and modern interpretation of traditional folk music connecting it to the present time and place. Kejafi are: Ken O’Neill, octave mandolin and guitar; James Gastineau-Hills, fiddles (violin and viola); and Fiona McVicar, fiddles (violin and viola) and vocals.