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Fiona Joy

Australia’s Fiona Pleasure (aka Fiona Pleasure Hawkins) is a pianist, vocalist, and composer who makes ambient, jazz, and classical-influenced modern recordings. Blessed in Cessnock, New South Wales, Pleasure had taken piano lessons from a age group and by her teenagers had been composing her personal music. After senior high school, …

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Vicente Avella

Vicente Avella is a pianist and composer, focusing on many projects and in a number of positions simultaneously, as a lot of musicians did for years and years to make a living. Avella was created and elevated in Caracas, Venezuela. He was 17 years of age before he required his …

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Ray Evans

Ray Evans creates artwork for a number of musical experiences inside the kingdoms of modern, globe music and mainstream jazz. He shouldn’t be confused using the songwriter who helped develop the masterpiece “Mona Lisa.”

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Janel & Anthony

Cellist Janel Leppin and guitarist Anthony Pirog attended the same senior high school in Vienna, Virginia (outdoors Washington, D.C.) through the 1990s, but didn’t start playing music jointly until their high-school years had been in it. Leppin was raised in Wedderburn, a grouping of little cottages inside a secluded wooded …

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The Piano Guys

Theoretically, the Piano Guys will be the duo of pianist Jon Schmidt and cellist Steven Clear Nelson, yet they’re also a 21st hundred years multimedia collective which includes Paul Anderson and studio engineer and writer Al van der Beek. Collectively they create musical and video gems that mash up traditional …

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Mythos

Canadian duo Mythos synthesize dance is better than, different world musics, and modern sensibilities in a way comparable to an Enigma or Deep Forest. Bob D’Eith (keyboards) and Paul Schmidt (acoustic guitar) was raised in Vancouver, both getting classical training on the respective tools; D’Eith got previously performed in the …

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Panabrite

Beneath the name Panabrite, Seattle-based electronic musician Norm Chambers makes lush, smoothly rippling music from vintage analog synthesizers and drum devices. His work attracts from early modern, kosmische, and collection music, and it’s really generally shiny, bubbly, and expressive, causing the noises of character while coming in contact with on …

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Oonagh

The stage name of German actress and musician Senta-Sofia Delliponti, Oonagh (the name comes from a famous faerie queen of Celtic origins) specializes in evocative, modern, Celtic-infused, fantasy dance-pop. Delliponti, who sings in the fictitious, J.R.R. Tolkien-invented Elvish tongue, released her eponymous 1st full-length studio recording beneath the moniker through …

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Laura Hackett

Christian singer, songwriter, and worship leader Laura Hackett reportedly was singing songs in her crib when she was just two years outdated, and uncovered songwriting when she was but 8 years of age. Her parents became a member of the staff from the International Home of Prayer in Kansas Town …

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Penguin Cafe

Penguin Café was founded by Arthur Jeffes in ’09 2009 as both a continuation of and homage to his dad Simon Jeffes’ initial avant-pop music group Penguin Café Orchestra. Relocated by some PCO reunion concerts that occurred at London’s Union Chapel a decade after his father’s loss of life in …

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