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Joanna Brouk

California-based Joanna Brouk made up slow, sparse functions designed for meditation and reflection, utilizing acoustic instruments, vintage synthesizers, field recordings, as well as the individual voice. Her music was motivated by traditional minimalism, nonetheless it was embraced with the burgeoning modern movement through the 1980s. Delivered in St. Louis, Missouri …

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Dia Frampton

Vocalist/songwriter Dia Frampton began her profession seeing that an alt-rocker, logging 3 summers over the Warped Tour and releasing several albums within Meg & Dia, a duo that also featured her older sister. Blessed in Logan, Utah, to a Korean mom and indigenous Utahan dad, the set relocated to Sodium …

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Jade Ell

A hit-making songwriter, instructor, solo musician and person in three rings, Swedish singer/songwriter Jade Ell developed her music design as she moved from nation to nation collecting remembrances that inspired her tunes. She was raised in Karlstad, playing piano and performing in jazz night clubs and her chapel choir as …

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Boyce Avenue

Shaped in 2004, Sarasota, Florida’s Boyce Avenue are area of the millennial wave of artists who’ve used the web, instead of extensive touring, to obtain music away to the public. Comprising brothers Alejandro, Fabian, and Daniel Manzano, the trio began making music collectively when Daniel came back to Florida after …

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Richard Skelton

Following death of his wife Louise in 2004, the Lancashire, England-born musician, photographer, and writer Richard Skelton founded the Sustain-Release private press in commemoration of her life. His shimmering, fresh, and cathartic fusion of string-laden ambient traditional music and meditative, rustic folk was also deeply motivated by the landscaping of …

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Toro y Moi

Chaz Bundick started building bedroom recordings beneath the name Toro con Moi in his local Columbia, SC in 2001. Sketching from a wide-ranging selection of affects (Pet Collective, Daft Punk, and J Dilla included in this), Bundick got a few albums’ worthy of of material prepared for discharge eight years …

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Leif Vollebekk

Hailing from Ottawa, Canada, Leif Vollebekk is definitely a multi-instrumentalist and singer/songwriter known for his somber, melancholy pop tracks that catch the styles of yearning, long-lost like, and experience. During his years as a child and teenagers, he found out the music of Bob Dylan, Neil Adolescent, and Lou Reed …

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Michael Brant DeMaria

Born Apr 23, 1962 in Norwalk, CT, Michael Brant DeMaria has already established a multi-faceted profession being a psychologist, writer of 3 books, composer, and “Spirit Guide”. Finding music at a age group, DeMaria dabbled in everything his lifestyle, developing his abilities being a percussionist and keyboardist, aswell as tinkering …

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Shye Ben Tzur

Surviving in both India and Israel, Shye Ben Tzur can be an Israeli vocalist and musician who composes qawwalis in Hebrew, Urdu, and Hindi, merging Sufi devotional music with Traditional western elements. Blessed in NEW YORK, Ben Tzur became thinking about Indian music after viewing Indian classical music artists Hariprasad …

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Cocoanut Groove

Cocoanut Groove may be the single task of Olov Antonsson, who all began building recordings under that name in the summertime of 2007. Joined up with on his initial recordings by Calle Thoor, Frida Danielsson, Ivar Lantz, and Mattias Malm, Antonsson developed a modern, drowsy, mournful indie pop audio similar …

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