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Jesper Kyd

Jesper Kyd

Meet Jesper Kyd, composer of some of the most original and acclaimed video game music of the past fifteen years. If you have ever played the...

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Neybuu

Neybuu


Neybuu spent ten years in India studying the art of tabla. Now she's back in the misty mountains of Portland, cross-breeding her divine...

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Cherushii

Cherushii

Cherushii has been keeping the parquetry industry busy across the USA and choice parts of Europe for the past fifteen years. Her undulating, crisp...

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Görkem Şen

Görkem Şen

History holds a special place for the midwives of musical instruments. Their names become legend. Apollo with his lyre, Pythagoras with his...

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Youth Code

Youth Code

Ryan and Sara are Youth Code. They have not been around for long, but they will be. The sheer, primordial raw of their music is something very...

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Karen Gwyer

Karen Gwyer

The music flowing from the dextrous fingers of Karen Gwyer is instantly gratifying. Its like hearing the score to your favorite scene in a science...

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Martin Sköld

Martin Sköld

Martin Sköld is one of the most successful Swedish musicians of the past few decades. Starting out as the bass player of the crazily popular band...

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Nosaj Thing

Nosaj Thing

Since high and far-off times, minstrels have tried to capture their audience using various shock and awe methods. The highest clank, crash, hoot...

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Frank Bretschneider

Frank Bretschneider

The Italian concept of sprezzatura has dominated the fashion world for a decade or so. It means, literally, nonchalance. Planned carelessness. A...

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Antonio Tublén

Antonio Tublén

The lucid glow on the liquid crystal display of the alarm clock reads 06:06. When Robert Nord finally gets out of bed, he is going to make a...

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