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  • Greg Annussek: a catchy brand of alternative roots rock
  • Professor Armchair: demented 19th century children's music
  • Ash Ganley: masterfully nuanced AAA rock
  • Brian Bunker Trio: A riotous romp through the worlds of jazz, classical and rock
  • Bach Collegium San Diego: Bach, historically informed, vibrantly performed
  • Brigitte Meuwsen: positive vibe electro pop
  • Duo de Bois: exquisite chamber music
  • Broken Poets: indie rock when lyrics were king
  • Carey Clayton: Meditative yet Pulsing, Textural yet Driving, Future Americana music
  • Chad Farran: an impressive journey through Latin rhythms and moves
  • Crystal Kovach: moody blend of electronica and rock
  • Connor B Fitz: a one man indie project - half shy romantic hermit, half loud obnoxious rocker
  • Chambure Vihuela Quartet: Dance music and songs of Renaissance Spain
  • Dayazell: ancient and traditional world music
  • English Ayres: traditional early English music
  • Emily Burridge: beautiful music that is fluid across genres, encompassing classical to contemporary to world
  • Ensemble Electra: electrifying music from the Italian Baroque
  • Eric Kamen: Urban Flamenco
  • Federico Moscogiuri: Original and evocative lute music
  • Aryeh Frankfurter and Lisa Lynne: Two Worlds, One Music
  • Hans Christian: new age meets Indian cello
  • Hazelmain: bitter-sweet pop with hints of jazz, rock and country
  • Russ Hopkins: an introspective mix of acoustic guitar based songs
  • Icicle: He Who Sings Thinks No Evil
  • Jackalopes: high energy Horror-Punk Rock and Roll
  • Bluesboy Jag: authentic 1920's solo blues guitar
  • Jamie Janover: innovative hammered dulcimer
  • Judson Hurd: soft and relaxing ambient piano to soothe your mind
  • Katrina Wreede: From Fun and Jazzy to Moody and Melancholic
  • The Kingsbury Ensemble: masterpieces that graced the courts of Europe, played with style and passion
  • Jay Kishor: Music without preservatives
  • Kitka: Eastern European women's vocal music
  • Laetoli Steps: indie-folk super-group's debut album
  • Lisa Lynne and George Tortorelli: Celtic harp and bamboo flutes. Soft and soothing, perfect for quiet times and relaxation
  • Magic Carpet: discover a rich tapestry of world grooves
  • Matt Rusin: Experimental Electro Blues at its Finest
  • Misericordia: sickeningly good Medieval
  • Mountain Sounds: a fresh new approach to lush indie pop
  • Musica Pacifica: Baroque and traditional music from England, Scotland and Ireland
  • Michael Tiernan: AAA acoustic-driven rock - Jack Johnson meets Coldplay, Keruac meets Confucius
  • Myles Cochran: mellow, soulful alt-country
  • Ninety Pounds of Ugly: country, rockabilly, western swing and lounge
  • Numa: Hard rock with a heart
  • Pavlova Wind Quintet: exploring unusual, exciting areas of the classical and non-classical wind quintet repertoire
  • The Ranchhands: Fiddle driven modern country music
  • SCD: Baroque trio
  • Steve Eulberg: smile-inducing, toe-tapping folkgrass
  • Soundami: a tsunami of high energy electronic sound
  • Suchitra Lata: Swirling Chillout, Ambient, World, Progressive Pop, Indian classical veena and much more in between
  • Sulis: heavenly, healing, early music
  • Suzanne Teng: world flute with a serene energy
  • Teslim: Original and traditional acoustic string music with Turkish, Middle Eastern and Sephardic influences.
  • The Dirty Love: rock and roll from the heart
  • Tomas Lozano: highly melodic and structured sweet music
  • Viva La Pepa: Spanish, Sephardic and French traditions served on a bed of drones
  • Wildcat Viols: viola da gamba girls gone wild!!
  • John Williams: bluesy and jazzy guitar

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