Xera is a band from Asturias, Spain. Their music is a mixture of traditional Asturian folk[[note]]which sounds a lot like Celtic music, owing to the historical settlement of the region by the Astures tribe of the Celts[[/note]] and {{techno}}. So their music varies from folk songs with dense electronic rhythm sections; to energetic techno songs with gaita, fiddle, and bouzouki carrying the melody; to everything in between.

All their music to date has been released under a Creative Commons license, and can be downloaded for free off [[http://xera.com.es/dl.php?l=eng their website]] or [[http://www.jamendo.com/en/artist/xera Jamendo]].

* ''Lliendes'' (2006)
* ''Tierra'' (2009)
* ''Llume'' (2012)

* Vérval: bouzouki, keys, vocals
* Flavia: fiddle, hurdy-gurdy, rabel[[note]]it's that fiddle-like instrument in the "Natura" video[[/note]]
* Míguel: percussion, vocals
* Hanni: keys, guitar, gaita, percussion, vocals
* Ana: keys
* Nue (former member): gaita, flute

!!Provides examples of:
* CherubicChoir: Sampled in several tracks on ''Tierra''.
* DroneOfDread: On "Inda".
* EverythingsLouderWithBagpipes: Or gaitas--Spanish bagpipes--in this case.
* GreenAesop: The entire theme of ''Tierra''--living in harmony with the natural world.
* GhostTown: "Valdescabres" is about an abandoned countryside village.
* NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly
* NoNameGiven: Their publicity material only mentions their first names, if it mentions any names at all.
* NudeNatureDance: The music video for the song "Natura" features a bit of this.
* {{Scatting}}: "Ànimes" has a bunch of "Mmmm"s and "Aaaaah"s for vocals.
* SubduedSection: In nearly every song.