After hearing a lot of positive publicity about a female singer named "Saga", my curiosity overcame me and I went searching the Web for a sample of her work.
And voila, I found a clip of Saga singing "The Snow Fell". The song memorializes Europe's struggle against Josef Stalin, considered the worst dictator in the history of the world. However, because Saga's politics are right-wing (Wikipedia describes her as the "Swedish Madonna of the far right"), she's been demonized by the establishment, in particular the Southern Poverty Law Center, and as a result is not marketed through mainstream channels. But mainstream channels reek of pre-packaged fakery; most mainstream pop divas nowadays sound like they all fell off the same assembly line.
Saga mostly sings ballads solo, although she's occasionally appeared with a band called Skrewdriver. I prefer her solo ballads myself; they're quite poignant and plaintive. In other words, they're quite moving. Here's the clip:
An establishment-written account of Saga's life and career can be found on Wikipedia. Her producer is Midgaard.
CDs by Saga are available through Resistance Records and Aryanwear and NSM88 Records. These three are the most prominent and reliable suppliers of politically-incorrect music and other paraphernalia. As a matter of fact, right now NSM88 Records offers Saga's "On My Own" CD for only $14.00, the best price I've seen.