Experimental group «Mnogo NEB» from Steppe Altay Mnogo NEB – it’s experiment of two multi-musicians, which uses the abstract lyrics and music compositions, bright female vocals, high as birds singing, and the low hum of a tube.
Matragona – a mountain in the West Bieszczady Mountains of Poland from which group's name originates. They play atmospheric, self-created music on numerous traditional instruments from all over the world.
Oleg Kuular was the first Tuvan musician to perform throat singing in the United States. He was born in Iskra village in 1958. He learned to throat-sing from the grand master Kara-sai Ak-ool and was one of this best students. He has been a member of Shu-de, in which, besides singing, he played harp, igil and khomous.
Renato Ventura is an italian musician and producer of world music from Sicily. His musical production has strong ethnic influences: a crossover of civilizational sound textures, from the timeless beats of north africa, to the ancient musical cultures of south europe.
Aldyn-ool Sevek (his name means "Golden Boy") is a Tuvan artist, singer, and member of the band Yat-Kha. He is easily identified by his powerful vocals, primarily in the style of kargyraa. He also plays the igilu and the Morin chuurze.
A master of the throat singing style that calls for a single vocalist to sound two or three notes simultaneously, Kaigal-ool Khovalg has been called the "Pavarotti of throat singing" and "the People's Singer of Tuva". A founding member of Huun-Huur-Tu, Khovalg has been introducing the world to his unique vocalizing.