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1. Piano Novel - La Clairière

Piano Novel - La Clairière

The french pianist Novel offers meditative and introspective pieces, recalling in particular the works of Ludovico Einaudi. Novel imagines his music as the soundtrack of an anime or a movie in which each piano note raises a delicate story to discover.

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2. Sean Christopher - Everything

Sean Christopher - Everything

Sean Christopher is the leadsinger of Dutch MassiveTalent band Moonpilot. He is also a very successful composer. He already composed music on various campaigns. Sean just nailed an Audi commercial and the amount of requests for the full song song was so high that MassiveMusic decided to let Sean create a long version of this beauty which resulted in the single “Everything”.

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3. Novo Amor - So We Drift

Novo Amor - So We Drift

Hailing from Wales, Novo Amor is the musical Moniker of the multi-instrumentalist folk artist Ali Lacey. Fans of Bon Iver or James Vincent McMorrow will love his acoustic folk songs, created in isolation they conjure up images of both fragility and a depth of beauty that were “inspired by cross Atlantic travels of the previous year and the heartache that it would bring.” The remote and isolated welsh setting in which these songs were created can be felt throughout.

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4. HUGO - Fall

HUGO - Fall

He is not Hugo. We all are. Hugo is a young independent Artist from Switzerland trying to offer a place of individuality, rebellion and freedom through his music. His purpose is to create a blank unity where every being can be themselves and live a postivite, inspiring and fulfilling life.

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5. Fake Plastic Trees - Alive

Fake Plastic Trees  - Alive

Fake Plastic Trees is a Dutch 4-piece band, combining dreamy melodies and a sweeping guitar sound with subtle excursions to reggae, funk and dance. They make melodic, energetic indie pop with tight grooves and strong hooks - this will make you dance for sure! Without ever losing sight of the core: with vocals and one guitar only, beautiful songs still remain.

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6. Jack and the Weatherman - Free

Jack and the Weatherman - Free

Jack and the Weatherman is a laid back duo hailing from Haarlem the Netherlands. They try to focus on the sunny side of life. This positive attitude towards life is very evident in their music. It’s a mix of funky guitar riffs, relaxed reggaes chops and flowing lyrics. They combine this winning team with a healthy dose of humour. Music that makes you put a smile on your face.

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7. Galimatias - Excuses

Galimatias - Excuses

Galimatias is a young musician from Denmark. He's been working with a variety of different genres in the universe of electronic music. Most recently, he released a 4-track EP entitled "Departure" (www.galimatias.bandcamp.com) in collaboration with his musical partner in crime, and close friend Joppe (www.soundcloud.com/joppen). Galimatias is currently studying sound design in the southern end of Denmark on Sonic College (www.soniccollege.org) with the ambition to be able to live off of making music or sound in one way or another. You can listen to some of Galimatias' music on his Soundcloud.

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8. Retro Culture - Let's Make It Work

Retro Culture - Let's Make It Work

Inspired by the film ‘Drive’ and influenced by artists such as Daft Punk, Toro Y Moi and Kavinsky, the Australian Matt began writing electronic music under the name Retro Culture early 2013. Now currently working on his second EP, Matt decided to join us with two fantastic songs. Hypnotized and Let’s Make It Work.

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9. George Barnett - Light A Fire

George Barnett - Light A Fire

Multi-instrumentalist and former young drummer of the year (2008) George Barnett is an emerging new artist from Herefordshire. All songs on his album 17 Days are written, played, sung, recorded, and produced by this one super talent. The album is already being hailed by some as a contender for album of the year.

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10. Hospital - Secret Place

Hospital - Secret Place

This band from Moscow, Russia, was formed in Autumn 2011. At first, the search for their own sound led to a peculiar heterogeneous product. After extensive work on their sound, the guys arrived at a sound that is attractive and recognizable. Their debut album “When The Trees Were Higher” came out on January 20, 2013 and received positive reviews both on Russian and foreign blogs. Hospital has created an incredible piece of work that could easily rival many of the Scandinavian and Brit pop bands around Europe.

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11. Diamond Thug - What I Think I Know

Diamond Thug - What I Think I Know

Diamond Thug is an exciting indie electronic rock band out of Cape Town, South Africa. Their music is centered around groove and provides a solid bedrock for Chantel’s mesmerizing vocals. Their songs are laced with influences drawn from Dance, Hip Hop and Indie Rock music, stitched together with a South African flavour.

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12. Technicolor Fabrics - Tales Of A Broken Fishbowl

Technicolor Fabrics - Tales Of A Broken Fishbowl

Recently there has been a lot of action coming out of the Mexican indie scene. With major festivals in the U.S. like Coachella and South by Southwest opening their rosters to some of the leading Latin bands, the Mexi-indie scene looked to be finally reaching the masses north of the Rio Grande. Tales Of A Broken Fishbowl, which is taken from 'Run...The Sun is Burning All Your Hopes', the self-released debut album from the natives from Guadalajara, Mexico; Technicolor Fabrics. The album is composed of electric guitar melodies that carry you into nostalgia, while plaintive vocals remind you of a love long lost only to have engaging bass riffs bring you back to life. Don’t run anywhere; Technicolor Fabrics are the answer to all your hopes and dreams.

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13. Stay Ali - Emotional Day

Stay Ali - Emotional Day

Stay Ali constists of Johan Vati Graden, Bård Ericson and Elias Smeds from Stockholm, Sweden. They make music that sounds like they are the younger siblings of people who had great taste in electronic dance music, and while they were enjoying an evening filled with the joy of Kraftwerk and the likes, they let their kids play 8bit computer games. And now, the kids are doing seriously messed up things with the ensuing sound trauma.

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14. Jesse Daniel Smith - Half A Man

Jesse Daniel Smith - Half A Man

Jesse Daniel Smith is an uneducated, jack-of-all-trades artist. A belief that self-sustainability is absolutely crucial as modern musician caused Jesse to learn and implement multi-instrumentalism, audio recording, filmmaking, and graphic & web site design.

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15. Jack and the Weatherman - Live It Up

Jack and the Weatherman - Live It Up

Jack and the Weatherman is a laid back duo hailing from Haarlem the Netherlands. They try to focus on the sunny side of life. This positive attitude towards life is very evident in their music. It’s a mix of funky guitar riffs, relaxed reggaes chops and flowing lyrics. They combine this winning team with a healthy dose of humour. Music that makes you put a smile on your face.

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16. Rosemary & Garlic - The Kingfisher

Rosemary & Garlic - The Kingfisher

Rosemary & Garlic is a musical collaboration between Anne van den Hoogen and Dolf Smolenaers from Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The Kingfisher is their debut EP. It has a northern sound; vintage and romantic. The Kingfisher is a colorful bird that lives near the riverside. Catching glimpse of it is soothing, but often of short time. The story of The Kingfisher is about stillness, the changing of the seasons, caring, love and goodbye. Songs by Rosemary & Garlic are ecclectic folksongs colored by patern of guitar, strings, melotron and electric guitar.

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17. The Wanderer - Down The Road

The Wanderer - Down The Road

Love........That is what The Wanderer is all about. He wants to share this love by following his dream, his passion for writing music and singing. No elaborate plans or strategies, The Wanderer is about sharing his talent with the purpose of speaking to your heart through his autobiographical songs. His debut-single "Down the Road", which was released in February 2015, is a proof of this vision and is being played on the dutch radiostations at this moment. The Wanderer is a singer-songwriter who, as he says, believes in simplicity......the simplicity which is found in love.

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18. Tree - People (ft. Shelf Nunny & Lena Kuhn)

Tree - People (ft. Shelf Nunny & Lena Kuhn)

Tree, Shelf Nunny, & Lena are a group of friends originally out of Santa Cruz, California. The group collaborated over a dismal autumn in November 2012 resulting in the gloomy track "People", ironically the one and only collaboration that they will ever make together. The composition was written and produced by Oliver Nickell & Christian Gunning, aka Tree & Shelf Nunny. The cover artwork was drawn by Tree's brother Jesse Nickell.

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19. Nicholson - For What II

Nicholson - For What II

NICHOLSON is a composer, singer-songwriter and keyboardist based out of Mumbai. His original compositions are a blend of electronic and organic sounds. He grew up playing piano in India and later honed his skills at the St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia, Canada where he studied Jazz piano for four years. On Returning to India, he met with Rohan Ramanna, music producer and partner at the Cotton Press Studio, with whom he eventually wrote and recorded his first EP ‘For What’ which he released in May, 2014 at the National Centre for Performing Arts in Mumbai. Since, They have continued to write and tour both within and outside of India completing their first Uk tour this summer.

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