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Your search for "folk" found 105 items:

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  • Anne Garner: folk, electronica and classical threads weaving enchanted tales of wonder and woe
  • AlmaNova: lively flute/guitar duo
  • Andy Carhart: acoustic and electronic rock guitar music with a contemplative character
  • Andy Findon: Virtuoso flute and piccolo performances by top London musician
  • Greg Annussek: a catchy brand of alternative roots rock
  • Aryeh Frankfurter: Timeless and enchanting folk music for the soul
  • Atomic Opera: progressive world-influenced hard rock.
  • Brad Senne: dreamy, acoustic folk rock
  • The Bell Hours: eclectic, sentimental modern Rock and Roll
  • Bill Robinson: New Music in the Classical context
  • The Napoleon Blown Aparts: obnoxious high-energy rock
  • Brigitte Meuwsen: positive vibe electro pop
  • Brad Sucks: brilliantly sardonic indie rock
  • Ben Rusch: Unique to the power of twenty-two (so far...)
  • Charlie Beresford: beautifully, dark, acoustic progressive
  • Claudia Schwab: Irish, Indian, Swedish and Eastern European music styles overlaid with Austrian yodelling
  • Da Camera: Celtic Renaissance/Baroque Ensemble
  • Daria: Music to inspire all the World's children
  • David Augustin: Soundtracks to accompany 'interesting times'
  • Dayazell: ancient and traditional world music
  • David Gilden: African Kora and Mbira mixed with keyboards infuse a modern feel into ancient world music traditions
  • Dixie Cannon: Rock solid Pop rock, Vintage rock, Classic rock, Folk rock and Art rock
  • Daniel Knowler: organic, atmospheric acoustic-guitar textures
  • The Donnis Trio: natural mix of rock, folk, and reggae
  • English Ayres: traditional early English music
  • Emily Burridge: beautiful music that is fluid across genres, encompassing classical to contemporary to world
  • Eliyahu Sills: cross-cultural grooves
  • Anna Rynefors and Erik Ask Upmark: swedish folk music
  • Erik Ask Upmark: Scandinavian music on the Celtic harp
  • EuchMad: Hypnotic and touching, Euchmad immerses us in a fantasy world
  • Eyot: the Nirvana of European Jazz
  • Fernwood: Music played by hand on instruments made of wood
  • Francois Couture: Canadian composer, musician, orchestrator, arranger and sound designer
  • Aryeh Frankfurter and Lisa Lynne: Two Worlds, One Music
  • Geoff Cawthorn: solo piano works
  • Greater Alexander: Music Creator. Bearded Philosopher. Positive Influence.
  • Healing Muses: early music for healing
  • Hans Christian: new age meets Indian cello
  • Heavy Mellow: relaxing acoustic guitar duets
  • Russ Hopkins: an introspective mix of acoustic guitar based songs
  • House of Waters: unique international band creates something completely original
  • Hybris: gothic darkwave hard-edged rock
  • Michael Joy: dreamlike soundscapes of folk Americana
  • Judson Hurd: soft and relaxing ambient piano to soothe your mind
  • Olexa Kabanov: strings slowly plucked from the soul
  • Ken Bonfield: Calling Bonfield a guitarist is like calling Michelangelo a painter
  • Kene: gloomy, dazzling dark-pop
  • Kaila Flexer: Original Compositions Inspired by Far-Flung Fiddle Traditions
  • Kitka: Eastern European women's vocal music
  • Koshanin: Piano Tales, Ancient Dreams
  • Laetoli Steps: indie-folk super-group's debut album
  • Lisa Lynne: Inspirational, uplifting, gentle, and soothing Celtic harp, World flutes, guitar and more.
  • Lydia McCauley: intriguing piano compositions with dynamic accompaniment
  • Jeffrey Luck Lucas: darkly gorgeous, cinematic folk
  • Luke Gartner-Brereton: music for minds
  • Lisa Lynne and George Tortorelli: Celtic harp and bamboo flutes. Soft and soothing, perfect for quiet times and relaxation
  • Mark Boulle and the Haba Dudes: Rolling Roots Folk Pop from the band of Australian singer-songwriter Mark Boulle
  • Mark Boulle: meaningful Indie Folk Pop from the Gold Coast, Australia
  • Merry Ellen Kirk: Pretty pop that sounds like jewel-tone colors
  • Jeni Melia: Elizabethan lute and folk song
  • Mikal Evans: indie sound, southern soul
  • Mexeena: achingly beautiful.. almost edible!
  • Middle-Earth Ensemble: sultry and percussive Mid-East fusion
  • Misericordia: sickeningly good Medieval
  • Maneli Jamal: east through to west acoustic guitar
  • David Modica: layers of lush acoustic guitar
  • Toni Castells: Puccini meets Sigur Rós
  • Mountain Mirrors: moody melodic prog rock
  • Mundi: Early music meets global folk at the Penguin Café
  • Myles Cochran: mellow, soulful alt-country
  • Nathan Mathes: melody-driven indie-folk
  • Panacea: Eastern and Western European folk music.
  • Panic Ensemble: cabaret infused rock band mixing folk and world
  • 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
  • Paolo Pavan: Urban funky jazz piano, in a sober and straightforward style
  • Pranavibes: creating a colorful atmosphere thats mixes tribal world music, African rhythms, folk and many rythmes
  • The Raindoggs: beat-heavy, darkened mix of R'n'B and Soul
  • Ras Tilo: dub, reggae, hip hop and world music from the heart
  • Tim Rayborn: Medieval and Middle Eastern music
  • La Reverie: Recreating traditional music from a modern perspective
  • Robin Grey: gently experimental nu-folk
  • Roe: A journey into the deep, beyond the bounds of ambient music
  • Jami Sieber: enchanting cello compositions
  • Sora: Lushly evocative songstress singing music for a new world
  • Music of the Spheres: small Baroque chamber ensemble
  • Minstrel Spirit: medieval, celtic, classical, pop, folk inspired music
  • SHE SAID SAVE ME: gimmick free, pure acousto-folk
  • Sun Palace: gossamer folk-rock
  • Svanevit: Scandinavian music on the Celtic harp
  • Swivel Neck Jones: underwater electronic soundscapes
  • Tatyana Kalmykova: ancient Russian songs and instruments
  • Teslim: Original and traditional acoustic string music with Turkish, Middle Eastern and Sephardic influences.
  • Toni Iniguez: classical guitar and Nature
  • Tomas Lozano: highly melodic and structured sweet music
  • Tom Bolton: contemporary folk
  • Tonethief: laid back and tempting tunes
  • Viva La Pepa: Spanish, Sephardic and French traditions served on a bed of drones
  • Voltergeist: Psyche-Dub Electrical Pirate Wobble
  • Jeff Wahl: acoustic new age and jazz guitar.
  • William Brooks: Entrancing and Ruggedly Individualistic, Earthy and Ethereal Songs
  • woodrowgerber: indie/electronic pop fusion - for daydreams, nights out, and everything in-between
  • Ya Elah: women's vocal music based in the Jewish tradition
  • Zhaba: psychedelic power meets hypnotic Bulgarian rhythms

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