We’ve added a whole host of talented musicians and DJs to Magnatune during April and May. The wide variety of genres and top quality musicianship demonstrates that we only add high-end music to our downloads website.
Here’s an overview of our latest additions. We hope you enjoy listening to them as much as we do.
If you are looking for a perfect start to an uplifting weekend then check out our hottest release, Creation and Destruction by Love Amplifier. It’s packed full of feel good dance tunes.
Fashion Themes from Alexander Lisenkov contains a fabulous collection of upbeat electronic dance grooves ready made for the catwalk. This album is also suitable for parties and a broad selection of projects.
Looking for this year’s hottest summer album? There’s no better choice than another high-energy release from Vate. Cachonda will appeal to any clubber due to its highly individualised style and makes a perfect choice for beach parties.
For music a little more chilled then perhaps Daniel Estrem’s album Telemann Trios on Guitar is more appropriate - wonderfully relaxing colorful classical guitar music.
Renowned talented soloist Sebastian Forster adds to his classical collection with exquisitely performed Beethoven’s Sonatas providing great energy, drama and passion in Magnificent Obsession series with Vol 6.
We’ve added some great new releases to our Alternative Rock section. London based artist Robin Grey returns with another fantastic album, More Than Today that demonstrates impeccable song writing skills and gently experimental, slightly quirky, fresh nu-folk tunes.
Also new to our alternative rock collection this month is Cole Pond by The Donnis Trio, a confident indie folk driven EP with melancholy vibes - a great choice for chilling out.
A strong selection of crisp, acoustic instrumental guitar sounds also comes from Jon Swift’s album Travelog. Relaxation at its finest! Bellwether, Arbutus from Nathan Mathes also consists of easy-going, laid back summery tracks.
Introducing Claudia Schwab to Magnatune Claudia’s album Amber Sands is a combination of refreshingly original Irish, Indian, Swedish and Eastern European music styles overlaid with Austrian yodelling. This album is definitely worth a listen!
If you are in the process of planning a pirate party this summer then don’t miss this! Ahoy and shiver your timbers to some Irish World music with a smattering of pirates from Barbepeste Official Orchestra. Bootleggersis full of fun tracks and individuality.
Luke Gartner-Brereton provides our listeners with some relaxing music therapy in his latest release, Ambrosia. Listen to the serene sounds produced by Luke in his latest release.
We would also like to welcome Oliostere to Magnatune. Their new release, Circonflexe, is cool progressive jazz at its finest. According to the band the concept of the album revolves around claves and rhythmic patterns making each track distinguishable.
If you’re searching for instrumental pop music to work with your latest project then try Kyven’s aptly named album For Commercial Use Only. You can even add your own lyrics.
Searching for music to fall asleep to, but in a good way? Strange Slumber, Music for Wonderful Dreams by Barry James was written as a present to Barry's godson and his parents, who are avid music fans and love to fall asleep to various kinds of music.
Everyone should take the time to listen to this truly wonderful experimental album from Francois Couture! Ludovica consists of electronic, acoustic, vocal and traditional sounds. Can you hear the hand saw?
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