University of Chicago Symphony Orchestra –  Design and Intent
Live recording of excellently performed classical music. Though not exactly hi-fi, the performance excels.
Xcyril –  Alter ego
Soundtrack for a hard-to-get movie. Melancholic atmosphere, with a hint of suspense.
melodysheep –  Symphony of Science Collector’s Edition
Scientific ear-candy. Musical blend of talks about everything from biology to cosmology with upbeat electronica.
Epic Soul Factory –  Xpansion Edition
Epic soundtracks to unmade movies. Faldrians Feierabend, a weekly music podcast that I enjoy very much, uses this style of music as its intro. Richly orchestrated score music, purely instrumental, creates visions of possible movie scenes that might still be produced… in the meantime, we benefit from great production, solid song writing. It makes great […]
Evan LE NY –  SpaceChem
Professional music producer releases soundtracks under Creative Commons licenses. Sounds like Jan Morgenstern (the composer of most Blender movie OSTs)? Yes, and there are more out there. Evan LE NY produces epic and orchestral soundscapes. The music on this release is featured in SpaceChem, an addictive indie puzzle game.
Roger Subirana Mata –  Point of no return
Modern classical orchestra music. With electronic effects and beats. Furious rhythmic songs. Calm ballads with vocals. Cannot write. Whole sentences. Sorry. Honestly, composer Roger Subirana has done a great job here. As another reviewer put it: “A Jamendo must-have!”
Cam Butler –  Dreamland EP
Cam Butler would easily win any “Be the next Ennio Morricone” contest, the composer of well known italo-western movie soundtracks like Once Upon a Time in the West. Cam Butler’s music sounds just like one of those soundtracks, but much happier. Guitars and violins ride into the sunset, riding on a chivalry of classic march […]
Coax –  The Ice Garden
Icy cinematic orchestral soundtrack. Calm instrumentals with electronic ambient influence. A Kahvi classic (pun intended).