I have been entranced by an Aerotone compilation, Electronica Unplugged. The title gives a good idea of what is in store for you when you download it. However, I'm thinking the label, "contemporary classical" might be appropriate to describe the collection.
I have selected a piece called St. Petersburg that is performed by the Bersarin Quartett. I gather that they take their name from Nikolai Bersarin who was a military administrator in East Berlin at the end of World War II. He died in a motorcycle crash in 1945. This is what I was able to piece together with my severely limited German. I'm intrigued by how this story relates to these artists and if anyone wants to supply us with a down and dirty translation of their info page we would sure appreciate it (Philippe?).
Bersarin Quartett - St. Petersburg