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  • Adriano Fontana: a trip with woodwinds and strings
  • Aitua: dreamy and beautiful original compositions on classical guitar
  • Alan Rinehart: A feast of Renaissance and Baroque music
  • Aluminum Forest: folktronic - where parallel realities from the future meet the past
  • Almer and Nirvan: soulful Balkan duo featuring acoustic guitars and voice
  • Andreas Almqvist: elegant classical guitar
  • Alan Marchand: Toe Teasin' Jazz Tunes For All Occasions
  • Amfibia: electronic, acoustic, chillout, lounge, comopolitian, instrumental
  • Simone Angele and Amir Kalhor: Classical styles of India and Persia and Oriental Fusion
  • Anonymph: moody, pop-electronica with female vocals
  • Anup: electro Indian sitar
  • Abbas Premjee: A fusion of rock and jazz from the East and the West that brings minds, hearts and souls together
  • Andre Rodriguez: melodic rock combining memorable melodies with thoughtful storytelling
  • Aryeh Frankfurter: Timeless and enchanting folk music for the soul
  • Anthony Salvo: solo and layered violin music on the theme of relational and spiritual intimacy
  • Asteria: late-medieval vocal and instrumental music
  • Attic Trax: Chilled downtempo with a bit of attitude
  • Paul Avgerinos: beautiful ambient space music
  • Barry James: instrumental music with an edge
  • Barry Sulkin: Reflective instrumental guitar melodies
  • Brian Bunker Trio: A riotous romp through the worlds of jazz, classical and rock
  • Bach Collegium San Diego: Bach, historically informed, vibrantly performed
  • Paul Berget: renaissance lute, modernized.
  • Bill Robinson: New Music in the Classical context
  • Bindi Society: Power Harp, Other-Worldly Vocals and Global Percussion
  • Glen Bledsoe: experimental rapid-fire electronic compositions
  • Block Scholars: Award Winning Independent Hip Hop Group
  • Carey Clayton: Meditative yet Pulsing, Textural yet Driving, Future Americana music
  • Cary Chow: virtuoso piano
  • Chad Lawson: Multi-award winning pianist and composer who is not afraid to put his hat in anything
  • Chris Field: Music in the Twenty-First Century, a hybrid blend of classical and ambient music
  • Christos Anestopoulos: Where East meets West meets Jazz meets...Classical
  • Claudia Schwab: Irish, Indian, Swedish and Eastern European music styles overlaid with Austrian yodelling
  • Rob Costlow: melodic piano pieces
  • Alison Crum and Roy Marks: Ethereal, enigmatic and exhilarating renaissance miniature masterpieces for viol and lute
  • Dejan Ilijic: piano landscapes meet electronic, jazz, Balkans
  • DJ Cary: chill out compilations built from Magnatune music
  • Doug Hamer: Solo Fingerstyle Guitar and Beautiful Impressionistic Instrumentals
  • DP Kaufman: ambient, melodic electronica meets neo-classical
  • Drop Trio: groove-oriented organ-based funk jazz trio
  • Werner Durand: experimental wind buzzing instruments
  • English Ayres: traditional early English music
  • Emily Burridge: beautiful music that is fluid across genres, encompassing classical to contemporary to world
  • James Edwards: baroque guitar music
  • Emiel Stopler: Filmic composer and acoustic fingerstyle guitarist
  • Emmalee Crane: ambient, orchestral drone music
  • Daniel Estrem: colorful classical guitar
  • EuchMad: Hypnotic and touching, Euchmad immerses us in a fantasy world
  • Eyot: the Nirvana of European Jazz
  • Felixdroid: austere, personal, dreamy music
  • Adam Fielding: atmospheric dance music with cool vocals
  • Eduardo Figueroa and Oscar Ohlsen: Chilean baroque guitar duo
  • Claire Fitch: ambient cellist
  • Magnatune Remixed: Four Stones' Magnatune remix project
  • Francois Couture: Canadian composer, musician, orchestrator, arranger and sound designer
  • Aryeh Frankfurter and Lisa Lynne: Two Worlds, One Music
  • future_former: deeply relaxing, inspirational electronica in a style somewhere in-between Schiller, Vangelis and Enigma
  • FUZZIT: your go-to source for eclectic mixes between jazz, house, fusion, electronica, drum & bass, funk and downtempo music
  • Giorgio Costantini: Intense and minimalist new-classic piano and cinematic orchestration
  • Gokul Salvadi: Experimental Carnatic Indian music for the inquisitive mind
  • Gopal: lend your heart to the dilruba
  • Greg Williams: looped acoustic guitar layers
  • Healing Muses: early music for healing
  • Hans Christian: new age meets Indian cello
  • Harlan Williams: beautiful dark and airy guitar compositions
  • The Headroom Project: Vivid world-electronica grooves
  • Heavy Mellow: relaxing acoustic guitar duets
  • Homeless Balloon: Ambient chill to ease your pain and tease your brain
  • Hybris: gothic darkwave hard-edged rock
  • Ivan Ilic: dazzling classical pianist
  • Ingrid Matthews and Byron Schenkman: baroque violin & harpsichord
  • Laura Inserra: the Hang, a new instrument from Switzerland
  • Christopher Currell: inspiring musical journeys to your deeper consciousness
  • Jake Bradford-Sharp: Experimental Nu Jazz that cannot be classified or categorized
  • Jambedaem: modern original jazz from Austria
  • James Akers: Lively, refined lute playing and questing musicianship
  • Joel Bruce Wallach: magical, heart inspiring music
  • Jonathan Freeman-Attwood and Colm Carey: dazzling and luminous duo performances of Bach
  • Joachim Heimbaecher: Mysterious, smooth and elegant piano
  • Andrew Jilin: merging classical European and traditional Japanese to create captivating cinematic flute music
  • Joseph Nimoh: uplifting solo piano pieces with influences from classical, jazz and gospel music
  • Juan Sanchez: Emotional, elegant instrumental piano compositions spanning Ambient to Neo-classicism
  • Kaare Norge: outstanding classical guitar
  • Kalyan and Sambodhi Prem: Celebrating the Sound of the Cello
  • Kavanah: Eclectic Intense, Industrial Ethnic, Classical phrasing, Soundtrack, Cirque
  • Kenji Williams: ambient/IDM with a dash of dub
  • Kaila Flexer: Original Compositions Inspired by Far-Flung Fiddle Traditions
  • The Kingsbury Ensemble: masterpieces that graced the courts of Europe, played with style and passion
  • Jay Kishor: Music without preservatives
  • Kiwi: world roots soul music
  • Kerry Politzer: Jazz pianist with Brazilian and classical influences
  • Kristian Taus: Collections of melancholic and minimalistic soundscapes
  • Katherine Shao: beautiful Bach on three different beautiful harpsichords
  • Leda Atomica: badass rock and roll
  • Ensemble Libro Primo: A fantastic classical violin and lute duo interpreting Baroque composers
  • Liquid Rainbow: a melting pot of classic, pop and rock sounds with modern-dub influences
  • Louis Larouche: Baroque works on trumpet
  • Lydia McCauley: intriguing piano compositions with dynamic accompaniment
  • The Lost Mode: medieval music meets living modal music traditions
  • Luke Gartner-Brereton: music for minds
  • Made of Wood: Groove laden chillout funk
  • Magic Carpet: discover a rich tapestry of world grooves
  • Edward Martin and Paul Berget: vihuela, renaissance and baroque lute
  • Edward Martin and Thomas Walker: French lute duets that represent the pinnacle of the High Baroque
  • Michelle Bellerose: art-rock songstress delivers fresh sounds
  • Jeff McAuley: explorations and compositions on the cello
  • Merry Ellen Kirk: Pretty pop that sounds like jewel-tone colors
  • Middle-Earth Ensemble: sultry and percussive Mid-East fusion
  • Mijo: catchy electronic music dosed with world influences
  • David Modica: layers of lush acoustic guitar
  • Toni Castells: Puccini meets Sigur Rós
  • Musica Pacifica: Baroque and traditional music from England, Scotland and Ireland
  • Michael Travisano: Modern alternative piano to feel in your gut
  • Mundi: Early music meets global folk at the Penguin Café
  • Mutandina: funk jazz salsa rock from Argentina
  • Myles Cochran: mellow, soulful alt-country
  • Mystified: mysterious, hypnotic, lovely, drones
  • Nigel Martin: quality guitar driven instrumental music
  • Nova Casa: Baroque chamber music from Poland
  • Osamu Kitajima and Chris Mancinelli: pan pacific ambient dance masters
  • Ostraka: virtuosic music for viol, lutes and guitars
  • Panic Ensemble: cabaret infused rock band mixing folk and world
  • Park St Trio: Catchy, melodic jazz for all occasions
  • Suchita Parte: ancient Indian songs in a modern blend
  • Pavlova Wind Quintet: exploring unusual, exciting areas of the classical and non-classical wind quintet repertoire
  • Barry Phillips: Scandinavian folkish cello
  • Phil Rey: high impact dramatic film score music
  • Poeticall Musicke: Late Renaissance and Early Baroque music, historically performed
  • Paolo Pavan: Urban funky jazz piano, in a sober and straightforward style
  • Psycliq: an electric heart with an organic soul
  • Quantum Milkshake: A surreal, soundtrack-inspired, dance band
  • Ras Tilo: dub, reggae, hip hop and world music from the heart
  • Rildrim: electronic music becomes poetry
  • Rimi Basu: Catchy Indian fusion pop tunes by versatile Indian-American singer and dancer
  • Robert Otto: Ambient Electronic and Neoclassical Soundscapes
  • Roe: A journey into the deep, beyond the bounds of ambient music
  • Rougge: the two hundred and twenty two strings of a piano and a voice
  • Diana Rowan: a harpist of unusual power and beauty
  • Gonzalo X Ruiz: baroque oboist extraordinaire
  • Satori: healing, meditative ambient new age
  • Anneke Scott and Kathryn Cok: Virtuosic works for natural horn and fortepiano
  • Steven Devine: exquisite and exuberant harpsichord.
  • Kate Semmens and Steven Devine: a choice selection of exquisite music for soprano and harpsichord
  • Sebastian Forster: exquisitely performed Beethoven piano sonatas
  • Jami Sieber: enchanting cello compositions
  • SJ Pettersson: Contemporary anachronistic composer/musician
  • Sound of Seventy Three: expansive guitar-driven post-rock with trip-hop tinged remixes
  • Soundami: a tsunami of high energy electronic sound
  • Music of the Spheres: small Baroque chamber ensemble
  • Minstrel Spirit: medieval, celtic, classical, pop, folk inspired music
  • Stuart Sweeney: a one man analogue ambient orchestra
  • Stellamara: original Balkan-Near Eastern-Medieval-Ambient-World.
  • Streicher Trio: classical chamber music on period instruments
  • Altri Stromenti: 17th century baroque ensemble
  • Suchitra Lata: Swirling Chillout, Ambient, World, Progressive Pop, Indian classical veena and much more in between
  • Sulis: heavenly, healing, early music
  • Sun Palace: gossamer folk-rock
  • Superdirt2: highly danceable electro beats with virtuouso cello
  • Svara: New music from the whole world
  • Suzanne Teng: world flute with a serene energy
  • Teslim: Original and traditional acoustic string music with Turkish, Middle Eastern and Sephardic influences.
  • The Rapture: Electronica with a heart
  • thirty3: Music in a gravity-free environment
  • Thomas Otten: Captivating countertenor mixed with Shakuhachi form Japan
  • Thomas Walker: Lute music of 17th century France and Italy
  • Thursday Group: melodic composed progressive Jazz
  • Tilopa: healing magic of the japanese zenflute
  • Toni Iniguez: classical guitar and Nature
  • Takashi Matsuishi Spark: flautists with finesse, intelligence and grooves
  • Tanya Tomkins and Eric Zivian: Beethoven Piano and Cello Works
  • Vasily Boykov: nature sounds and atmospheric sounds, perfect for relaxation
  • Voices of Music: Lilting Renaissance & Baroque vocal interpretations
  • Jeff Wahl: acoustic new age and jazz guitar.
  • Mike Wall: healing music for planetary transformation
  • Wicked Allstars: electronica with cool house and rock elements
  • Wildcat Viols: viola da gamba girls gone wild!!
  • John Williams: bluesy and jazzy guitar
  • Windpearl: Eclectic, atmospheric hard electronica with a helping of chiptune sounds and drum & bass
  • Music for a Winter's Eve: Early song and dance to celebrate midwinter
  • Grayson Wray: rock in the style of the 1960's British Wave
  • Ya Elah: women's vocal music based in the Jewish tradition

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