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  • Aitua: dreamy and beautiful original compositions on classical guitar
  • The Alien Mike ET: instrumental heavy guitar wizardry
  • Ammonite: delicate, stylish indie electronic
  • Amoeba: cinematic pop-ambient
  • ANDROMEDA: Dance pop power vocal diva!
  • Greg Annussek: a catchy brand of alternative roots rock
  • Anonymph: moody, pop-electronica with female vocals
  • Anthony Hugh: Singer songwriter with a little soul and grit
  • Anup: electro Indian sitar
  • Artemis: Alternative / Downtempo / Electro-pop
  • Aryeh Frankfurter: Timeless and enchanting folk music for the soul
  • Ash Ganley: masterfully nuanced AAA rock
  • Barry James: instrumental music with an edge
  • Beight: highly listenable indie pop gems
  • The Bell Hours: eclectic, sentimental modern Rock and Roll
  • Beyond 7: 7 slices of raw guitar pop
  • Glen Bledsoe: experimental rapid-fire electronic compositions
  • Brigitte Meuwsen: positive vibe electro pop
  • The Bots: the world's first virtual band
  • Boulevard: Up-beat rock and new wave for the 21st century
  • Brad Sucks: brilliantly sardonic indie rock
  • Norine Braun: jazzed up, funk-tinged eclectic pop.
  • Broken Poets: indie rock when lyrics were king
  • Ben Rusch: Unique to the power of twenty-two (so far...)
  • Capital Sons: Heart on our sleeves Rock and Roll.
  • The Celtic Reggae Revolution: Saint Patrick was Jamaican! Reggae's Irish Connections
  • Chad Farran: an impressive journey through Latin rhythms and moves
  • Charlie Beresford: beautifully, dark, acoustic progressive
  • Chiwawa: He who sings thinks no evil
  • C Layne: lo-fi pop at its best
  • Collection Get: jazz vocalist + sad robot = indie pop
  • Conway Hambone: Multi-genre instrumental and vocal conquests made with love and fuzz
  • CrimsonFaced: guitar-edged industrial electrorock
  • Alison Crum and Roy Marks: Ethereal, enigmatic and exhilarating renaissance miniature masterpieces for viol and lute
  • David Augustin: Soundtracks to accompany 'interesting times'
  • Daniel Knowler: organic, atmospheric acoustic-guitar textures
  • Dmitry Krasnoukhov: New age romantic piano music
  • Dead Leaf Echo: dreamy shoe-gazing pop
  • Dave Preston: intense ambient guitar over a sonic kaleidoscope
  • Dr Sounds: spacey ambient/dark new age
  • English Ayres: traditional early English music
  • Electric Frankenstein: high energy punk rock & roll
  • Emiel Stopler: Filmic composer and acoustic fingerstyle guitarist
  • Endless Blue: Trashy Beats, Melancholy Keys, Sultry Vocals
  • EuchMad: Hypnotic and touching, Euchmad immerses us in a fantasy world
  • Firehead Jerry: a catchy blend of pop/folk/electro
  • Five Star Fall: effervescent pop rock
  • Flurries: a fresh, textured fusion of classic meets modern art rock
  • Aryeh Frankfurter and Lisa Lynne: Two Worlds, One Music
  • FUR: melodic fury meets post-punk, shoegaze, alternative
  • Giorgio Costantini: Intense and minimalist new-classic piano and cinematic orchestration
  • The Great Mooklaa Herashaa: breaking down the doors to heavy industrial, electronica and even pop
  • Harper's Hamper: well loved and lesser known British carols for the festive season, performed with single voices and instruments
  • Hazelmain: bitter-sweet pop with hints of jazz, rock and country
  • Heifervescent: Shimmering indie guitar pop with orchestral moments
  • Jacob Heringman: renaissance lute
  • Hollywood Drunks: a swirling vortex of Rock, Funk, Rap,and Alternative
  • Russ Hopkins: an introspective mix of acoustic guitar based songs
  • Horstreich: noisy, friendly, fierce and beautiful, rock and roll
  • Icicle: He Who Sings Thinks No Evil
  • Industrial Sound Bank: the sounds that shake the masses
  • Ishwish: transcendent ambient vibrations
  • Christopher Currell: inspiring musical journeys to your deeper consciousness
  • Jambedaem: modern original jazz from Austria
  • J Nilsson Project: funky jazz in a live setting
  • Joey Fehrenbach: gorgeously sculpted, uber-melodic downtempo
  • Michael Joy: dreamlike soundscapes of folk Americana
  • Kene: gloomy, dazzling dark-pop
  • Kato Kahra: a world of independent music with electronic spice
  • Kyven: 80s Pop with Modern Chops
  • Laetoli Steps: indie-folk super-group's debut album
  • LehtMoJoe: a booty-grooving, intensely melodic, splice-o-matic masterpiece
  • Lilly Wolf: Catchy dance pop with insightful lyrics
  • Liquid Rainbow: a melting pot of classic, pop and rock sounds with modern-dub influences
  • Louis Lingg and the Bombs: punk rock to blow your head off
  • LOOT: eclectic hip-hop fused with rock, pop, and soul
  • Lunar5: Music with real and strong emotions
  • Linda Wood: melodic, eclectic 'quirk-pop'
  • MAKO: soul searching Irish/French indie rock
  • Marcos H Bolanos: atmospheric, instrumental soundtracks for daydreaming
  • DJ Markitos: happy trance
  • Merry Ellen Kirk: Pretty pop that sounds like jewel-tone colors
  • Ralph Rousseau Meulenbroeks: virtuoso viola da gamba
  • Midway Still: Sensitive and loud, punk with a pop centre
  • Machines in Transit: pop-electronica from the embassy
  • Toni Castells: Puccini meets Sigur Rós
  • Mountain Sounds: a fresh new approach to lush indie pop
  • MRDC: eclectic electro-garage with soulful singing
  • Michael Tiernan: AAA acoustic-driven rock - Jack Johnson meets Coldplay, Keruac meets Confucius
  • Michael Travisano: Modern alternative piano to feel in your gut
  • Music Inside: funky bubbling electronic pop
  • Mutandina: funk jazz salsa rock from Argentina
  • Neurobic: Urban pop music for those about to dance
  • Osamu Kitajima and Chris Mancinelli: pan pacific ambient dance masters
  • Suchita Parte: ancient Indian songs in a modern blend
  • Peggy Duquesnel: Creative and Captivating Jazz / Pop Piano
  • Phantom Pop: Definitely not poppy from Brooklyn
  • Paolo Pavan: Urban funky jazz piano, in a sober and straightforward style
  • The Proper Authorities: pulse-pounding, booty-shaking rock
  • Rejuvenescence: soothing meditation music.
  • Rimi Basu: Catchy Indian fusion pop tunes by versatile Indian-American singer and dancer
  • Rocket City Riot: high energy rock and roll
  • Roe: A journey into the deep, beyond the bounds of ambient music
  • Seconds Before: high octane and precise modern rock
  • The Seldon Plan: sophisticated rock with emo undercurrents
  • Self Delusion: darkly addictive electro-pop songs
  • Shadows from the Underground: edgy, gritty rock for music tastemakers
  • Slouching Stars: Charming indie rock from the pioneers of San Francisco's Noise Pop scene
  • Sound of Seventy Three: expansive guitar-driven post-rock with trip-hop tinged remixes
  • SoulPrint: soulful hard rock
  • Soundami: a tsunami of high energy electronic sound
  • Minstrel Spirit: medieval, celtic, classical, pop, folk inspired music
  • Suchitra Lata: Swirling Chillout, Ambient, World, Progressive Pop, Indian classical veena and much more in between
  • Sun Palace: gossamer folk-rock
  • Svara: New music from the whole world
  • Tiny Little Blackouts: dreamy, slightly mournful indie pop
  • Tom Paul: Roots rock meets contemporary folk
  • Tonethief: laid back and tempting tunes
  • The Town Monster: sounds like synth pop walking down a dark alley
  • Trevor and the Joneses: punk, alternative and garage hard rock for some serious headbanging
  • Robert F Trucios: classical piano
  • TS Hartley: high energy sunshine pop
  • Ustoz: emotive electronica formed from the modern world
  • Voltergeist: Psyche-Dub Electrical Pirate Wobble
  • Philipp Weigl: austere electronica with melancholy vocals
  • The West Exit: soulful electro pop
  • Where's Moo: moody, atmospheric, paranoid and definitely not typical rock and roll
  • Williamson: instrumental electronic space pop
  • Yongen: transnational dream pop luxury
  • Arthur Yoria: catchy, whip smart alt-rock

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