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Lex Allen: Anonymous Vibes

It’s 2014, and you’ll be damned if you don’t put some soul onto those musical bones. Let newcomer Lex Allen treat you to a sonic ride of raw R&B with his latest EP, Anonymous Vibes. The 7-track collection, which might serve as his ode to contemporary greats such as John Legend, Justin Timberlake, and even Jason Mraz (lyrically), is set to awe, inspire, and swoon.

Galdson: Roots

Galdsons 2006 release, Roots, is a dynamic classical album designed for relaxing and easy listening. Hailing from Ortigueira, Spain, Galdson Vicente Orjales is a composer who began his musical studies at the young age of 10. As a professional musician and teacher, Galdson specializes in piano. Today, he combines teaching and passion for music, creating two albums thats available for download under Creative Commons.

Lyndsie Alguire: Suspended in Light

It's not often that I write about purely instrumental music, but I just could not let this one go without a good review. Suspended in Light might have it's weak spots here and there overall, however, the combination of the beautiful piano melodies and occasional violin contributions all dressed up in some modern enchanting electronic sounds seem to work just perfectly. So if you are looking for something to keep you company throughout the long workday, Lyndsie Alguire's compositions might just be your answer.

Allison Crowe: Lisa’s Song + 6 Songs

Simon Cowell would be very enthusiastic if Allison Crowe had joined the Idol. Even if she wouldn't have won the Idol by some offbeat chance, she really doesn't need it since she is already a star in her very own right. Lisa's Song + 6 Songs was released back in 2007, certainly an oldie but a goodie right here. It's filled with acoustic, piano, jazz, rock and pop fusion tracks that defines Crowe as a musician completely. But perhaps, the best reason to listen to her songs would be simply to catch a glimpse of her powerful and ethereal vocals. She fills you with a longing to sit back and enjoy her music, much better than you would watching any TV show.