I know a (very) little about Mongolian culture, but absolutely next to nothing about it's language or music, But I find their traditional throat singing very interesting. The rhythm and the harmony caught me at first. It wasn't until I'd seen a few similar clips that I looked into the style more... This clip is form a group called Khusugtun.
From Wikipedia: "In Mongolian throat singing, the performer produces a fundamental pitch and—simultaneously—one or more pitches over that... The animistic world view of this region identifies the spirituality of objects in nature, not just in their shape or location, but in their sound as well. Thus, human mimicry of natures sounds is seen as the root of throat singing."
Mimicary of natures sounds is something that many cultures, western culture included, do both in language and music. In any case, I find this strangely captivating and catchy. Have a listen, expand your minds, and, above all, I hope you enjoy.