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Annemarie Borg Antara is a composer, a singer, a writer-lyricist, and a tutor, and is concerned essentially with environmental issues and the conservation of our natural world. All her recorded work is freely available on request for schools and any organisations or individuals involved with education/ecology/raising awareness of climate change and animal preservation. She is also the founder of the Antara Project: a community of like minded artists/musicians/writers, supported by Artists Project Earth, which is now in its third phase.
Dark Patrick's latest album release "Kuolema" features hurdy-gurdy, bandura, duda, wooden and brass whistles, harmonicas, a “Technics Digital 10” electric piano from 1984, synthesizer, and an old field recording made by Dark Patrick of church bells ringing “George’s chimes”. The album can be downloaded for free or on a pay-what-you-want basis. (Visit the IndieGuild CDstore for direct "buy" (and free download) links.)
Towards the end of 2013, to the delight of his dedicated fans, the eclectic, self-taught musician, Hox Vox, came out with a brand new eight-track album by the name of "Suffer" in which he continues his fascinating journey into the very language of music itself, its structures and sounds, its rhythms and beats, in a constant experimentation with the juxtaposition of contrasting genres and the unorthodox use of instruments. (Visit the IndieGuild downloads page for direct "free download" links.)
Jon Gomm is an acoustic singer-songwriter with an incredible virtuoso guitar style, where he uses one acoustic guitar to create drum sounds, basslines and sparkling melodies all at the same time. The emphasis is always on the soulful vocals and songwriting, however. His live shows combine deeply personal performances and a natural wit, with a once-seen-never-forgotten two-handed guitar style, both physical and complex, producing sounds people can barely believe are coming from a humble acoustic guitar.