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  • Antonio Ciacca Quartet: Jazz played with earthiness, fire and intellect
  • Anton Cosmo: rock superstar to be
  • Adriano Fontana: a trip with woodwinds and strings
  • allMeadow and Rob Costlow: melodic piano electro-chill-mixed
  • Alan Marchand: Toe Teasin' Jazz Tunes For All Occasions
  • Anamar: songs with a Latin and Afro mood, blended with Tango, Milonga, Morna, Rumba, Habanera
  • Anonymph: moody, pop-electronica with female vocals
  • Andre Rodriguez: melodic rock combining memorable melodies with thoughtful storytelling
  • Audio70: groovy fusions between Electronica and Prog Rock on the keyboard
  • Barry James: instrumental music with an edge
  • Beight: highly listenable indie pop gems
  • Brad Senne: dreamy, acoustic folk rock
  • Benji Goodrich: Solo piano to relax with
  • 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
  • Braindouche: experimental ambient, all flavors, no waiting
  • Norine Braun: jazzed up, funk-tinged eclectic pop.
  • Capital Sons: Heart on our sleeves Rock and Roll.
  • Carey Clayton: Meditative yet Pulsing, Textural yet Driving, Future Americana music
  • Carlos Schwarz: passionate, evocative, and captivating new age
  • Cary Chow: virtuoso piano
  • Chris Britton: virtuoso performances of Bach on unaccompanied flute
  • Chad Lawson: Multi-award winning pianist and composer who is not afraid to put his hat in anything
  • Claudia Schwab: Irish, Indian, Swedish and Eastern European music styles overlaid with Austrian yodelling
  • Cobb Bussinger: Melodic, passionate, introspective and transcendent journeys to the heart
  • Colfax: a nostalgic rush of analog soundscapes, magnetic tape and glitchy beats
  • Commusicare: musical conversation from the Renaissance to the Baroque
  • Rob Costlow: melodic piano pieces
  • Craig Hanson: exquisitely moving Baroque organ music
  • Alison Crum and Roy Marks: Ethereal, enigmatic and exhilarating renaissance miniature masterpieces for viol and lute
  • DAC Crowell: deeply ambient new music
  • Daniel Ben Pienaar: virtuoso pianist playing Bach's 48
  • Lisa DeBenedictis: lilting, textural alt-pop
  • David Gilden: African Kora and Mbira mixed with keyboards infuse a modern feel into ancient world music traditions
  • Diggsville: Lush and emotive Downbeat Groove
  • Kourosh Dini: minimalist piano with slashes of ambient electronics
  • Dmitry Krasnoukhov: New age romantic piano music
  • Dr Kuch: Fun electro-poppy dance up and down tempo chill out
  • Eleanor Hodgkinson: beautifully crafted individual playing
  • Ehren Starks: piano and cello/jazzy new age
  • Eternal Jazz Project: gentle jazz from Sweden
  • Eric Kamen: Urban Flamenco
  • Ernst Stolz: Renaissance and Baroque beautiful music revealed by Dutch gambist and multi-instrumentalist
  • Emma Wallace: angst-free modern ragtime
  • Eyot: the Nirvana of European Jazz
  • Eric Zivian: virtuoso fortepianist plays Chopin
  • Felixdroid: austere, personal, dreamy music
  • Fernwood: Music played by hand on instruments made of wood
  • Flurries: a fresh, textured fusion of classic meets modern art rock
  • Funkinchely: Experimental Funk with hints of exotic beats and world grooves
  • future_former: deeply relaxing, inspirational electronica in a style somewhere in-between Schiller, Vangelis and Enigma
  • Galliarda: Renaissance and Baroque music from Byrd to Handel
  • Geoff Cawthorn: solo piano works
  • Giovanni Ceccarelli: creative jazz with an international flavor
  • Francesca Genco: chants from deep within the heart
  • Gianmarco Leone: Emotional piano explorations
  • Jan Hanford: solo piano
  • Harlan Williams: beautiful dark and airy guitar compositions
  • The Headroom Project: Vivid world-electronica grooves
  • Howard Ferre: Ambient, new age, neoclassical, jazz
  • Human Response: melodic electronica
  • Ivan Ilic: dazzling classical pianist
  • Ingrid Matthews and Byron Schenkman: baroque violin & harpsichord
  • Laura Inserra: the Hang, a new instrument from Switzerland
  • Jambedaem: modern original jazz from Austria
  • Jasmine Brunch: a secret garden of lucid musical dreams
  • Joel Bruce Wallach: magical, heart inspiring music
  • Joachim Heimbaecher: Mysterious, smooth and elegant piano
  • Janine Johnson: Harpsichord and fortepiano classics
  • Joey Fehrenbach: gorgeously sculpted, uber-melodic downtempo
  • Joseph Nimoh: uplifting solo piano pieces with influences from classical, jazz and gospel music
  • Joe Palese: New age guitar based jazz
  • Juan Sanchez: Emotional, elegant instrumental piano compositions spanning Ambient to Neo-classicism
  • Judson Hurd: soft and relaxing ambient piano to soothe your mind
  • Kinky Atoms: blue tunes, with experimental electro-gloom
  • Kato Kahra: a world of independent music with electronic spice
  • Kathleen McIntosh: delicious harpsichord rarities
  • Keri Newdigate: Evocative, atmospheric, soothing piano
  • Koshanin: Piano Tales, Ancient Dreams
  • 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
  • Kendra Springer: lyrical piano music to lift your spirits
  • Christian Laki: a blend of artsy, quirky, 60's retro
  • Laura Dreyer: jazz, funk and rock with a Brazilian flair
  • Ladislav Jelinek: classical works from a World renowned pianist
  • Lydia McCauley: intriguing piano compositions with dynamic accompaniment
  • Made of Wood: Groove laden chillout funk
  • Marcos H Bolanos: atmospheric, instrumental soundtracks for daydreaming
  • DJ Markitos: happy trance
  • Matthew E Sargent: masterfully composed orchestral and electronic film scores
  • Matt Rusin: Experimental Electro Blues at its Finest
  • Michelle Bellerose: art-rock songstress delivers fresh sounds
  • Merry Ellen Kirk: Pretty pop that sounds like jewel-tone colors
  • Ralph Rousseau Meulenbroeks: virtuoso viola da gamba
  • Mijo: catchy electronic music dosed with world influences
  • Mike McGuill: Diverse, intelligent electronica from London
  • Michael Murphy: Melodic New Age music that tells a story
  • Manuel Ochoa: jazz and tango from where else, Argentina
  • Mogilalia: surrealist, modern classical ambient with tranquil trascendence
  • Toni Castells: Puccini meets Sigur Rós
  • Mountain Mirrors: moody melodic prog rock
  • 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
  • Mystified: mysterious, hypnotic, lovely, drones
  • Marko Nouwens: classical piano sonatinas for students
  • Osamu Kitajima and Chris Mancinelli: pan pacific ambient dance masters
  • One Sock Thief: Unique and melodic, piano-based rock
  • OTiS: drenched in soul, nestled deep in a groove
  • Ou: lively Sardinian/italian World music sextet from Rome
  • Panic Ensemble: cabaret infused rock band mixing folk and world
  • Pavlova Wind Quintet: exploring unusual, exciting areas of the classical and non-classical wind quintet repertoire
  • Peggy Duquesnel: Creative and Captivating Jazz / Pop Piano
  • Plunkett: warm acoustic indie pop from Italy
  • 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
  • Beth Quist: electro-Balkan / Indian meets New Age.
  • Red Sky Lullaby: Lush Downtempo Electroacoustic Grooves
  • La Reverie: Recreating traditional music from a modern perspective
  • Richard MacKenzie: Virtuoso English Lutenist and Guitarist
  • Robin Grey: gently experimental nu-folk
  • Rougge: the two hundred and twenty two strings of a piano and a voice
  • Sandeep Bhandari: Ethnic ambiance combined with electronic moods and grooves
  • Gerard Satamian: Exquisite original melodic pieces
  • Sebastian Forster: exquisitely performed Beethoven piano sonatas
  • Scott Hallgren: jazz, tango & other adventures
  • Kammen and Swan: a bright edge to traditional Celtic tunes
  • Sora: Lushly evocative songstress singing music for a new world
  • Streicher Trio: classical chamber music on period instruments
  • Sulis: heavenly, healing, early music
  • Tears of Sirens: Ethereal tunes, hypnotic hammerings, experimentations, celestial and apocalyptic voices
  • Telemann Trio Berlin: Skillfully balanced chamber music
  • thirty3: Music in a gravity-free environment
  • Tilopa: healing magic of the japanese zenflute
  • Toni Iniguez: classical guitar and Nature
  • Tanya Tomkins and Eric Zivian: Beethoven Piano and Cello Works
  • Tramo: Electronic music for thought
  • Robert F Trucios: classical piano
  • Tuskle: contemporary jazz/classical hybrid compositions
  • The Union Trade: cinematic post-rock
  • Jeff Wahl: acoustic new age and jazz guitar.
  • Wavebuffet: jazzy eclectic and elegant dancefloor friendly electronica
  • Philipp Weigl: austere electronica with melancholy vocals
  • Wicked Allstars: electronica with cool house and rock elements
  • Elizabeth Wolff: 19th century classical piano

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