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  • Four Tet

    (777,883 listeners)

    electronic, experimental, idm, electronica

    Four Tet is the name used by Kieran Hebden (born 1980 in Putney, London, UK) for his experimental electronic music-oriented solo efforts, to differentiate from his work with post-rock band Fridge.

  • Donna Summer

    (740,305 listeners)

    disco, pop, 70s, dance

    Donna Summer (born 31 December 1948, died 17 May 2012) was one of seven children raised by devout Christian parents.

  • Venetian Snares

    (354,802 listeners)

    breakcore, idm, electronic, experimental

    Aaron Funk, a Canadian producer of widely varying electronic music styles, achieved a reputation in experimental electronic circles upon his signing to Planet Mu (label run by Mike Paradinas, aka µ-Ziq). It's a testament to his production prowess that his base of Winnipeg, Manitoba, hasn't prevented electronic music enthusiasts around the world from investigating his recordings.

  • Yuksek

    (269,403 listeners)

    electronic, electro, french, french electro

    Pierre-Alexandre Busson better known as Yuksek, is a French electronic music producer, remixer and DJ. Yuksek means "high" in Turkish.

  • Clark

    (247,899 listeners)

    idm, electronic, experimental, warp

    There are several artists with the name Clark. (1) Chris Clark is an English electronic artist currently signed to Warp. With the 2006 release of Throttle Furniture, he shortened his alias to Clark. His latest LP, titled "Iradelphic", was released on Warp Records in 2012 and is a follow up to 2009’s Totems Flare.

  • Colleen

    (132,664 listeners)

    ambient, experimental, electronic, french

    Cécile Schott was born in France and began making music under the name Colleen in 2001, after a friend gave her a CD-R with the ACID Pro music production software contained within.

  • Underground Resistance

    (57,601 listeners)

    techno, detroit techno, detroit, electronic

    Underground Resistance is the most militantly political outcropping of modern urban American techno.

  • Adrian SherwoodUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (29,056 listeners)

    dub, electronic, reggae, on-u sound

    Adrian Sherwood has been around for a long time. He's the man behind the On-U Sound label, and eponymous sound system. The one that usually does the rounds at least once a year, and has done so for as long as you can remember.

  • Svalastog

    (4,591 listeners)

    rune grammofon, ambient, glitch, electronica

    Svalastog is the solo project from Per Henrik Svalastog. Per Henrik Svalastog comes from Tromsø in the far north of Norway(hometown of Biosphere, Alog, Bel Canto and Röyksopp etc.) and is one of the veterans on the Norwegian electronica scene. He has released three albums as part of the duo Information and a lot of 12"ers and remixes under various aliases since 1990.

  • Liz Allbee

    (369 listeners)

    electronic, experimental, avant-garde, noise

    Liz Allbee (b. 1976) is an avant-garde musician and composer from Oakland, California, United States. Her work spans many genres, most often encompassing improvisation, electronic composition, noise, weird pop, minimalist/maximalist brawls, and experimental rock.

  • Tim Exile

    (27,878 listeners)

    breakcore, idm, electronica, noise

    Born in 78, DJed for a bit, made music, heard my music on the wireless, decided I was a musician, got into making tweaked out music, released an album of tweaked out music, made a machine for improvising tweaked out music, recorded an album of entirely improvised tweaked out music entitled 'Tim Exile's Nuisance Gabbaret Lounge'.

  • Congotronics

    (152 listeners)

    world, ethnic, congo, afrobeat

  • Esther Venrooij

    (10 listeners)

  • dDamage

    (13,687 listeners)

    idm, breakcore, electronic, french

    Hip-hop beats, furious samples and analogue synths morph into audio-terrorism in the hands of the duo dDamage. French brothers Jean-Baptiste and Frederic Hanak have been unleashing inexplicable sonics since 2000, thrashing out new definitions for experimental hip-hop.