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  • Blowfly

    (17,510 listeners)

    funk, soul, hip-hop, satire

    Blowfly, a.k.a. Clarence Reid, is an energetic funk/soul performer. Blowfly is the self-described "world's baddest nigga." He claims to have written the first rap song ever, "Rapp Dirty."

  • Bluejuice

    (47,610 listeners)

    australian, indie, hip-hop, abstract hip-hop

    Bluejuice are a indie-rock/funk/pop band based in Sydney, Australia. The group consists of vocalists Jake Stone and Stavros Yiannoukas, bassist Jamie Cibej, keyboardist Jerry Craib and drummer James Hauptmann.

  • Butcher Birds

    (185 listeners)

    indie, brisbane, female vocalists, indie rock

    Butcher Birds formed in Brisbane, Australia in late 2005, after Stacey Coleman (vocals/guitar) and Joanna Nilson (bass/vocals) met across the table at a party. Steven Tronc was recruited for drums and Jacinta Walker (guitar/vocals) was rounded up after a conversation and much cigarette smoking in the toilets of Fortitude Valley pub, the Waterloo.

  • Calvin Harris

    (1,536,264 listeners)

    electronic, dance, electro, disco

    Adam Richard Wiles (born 17 January 1984), better known by his stage name Calvin Harris, is a Scottish singer, songwriter and record producer. He was born and grew up in Dumfries, Scotland. His interest in electronic music surfaced in his early teenage years, producing his first bedroom demo by the age of 15.

  • Dallas Frasca

    (834 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, roots, australian, blues rock

    “Great vocals, riffs & groove!” - SLASH (Guns & Roses) As far as accolades for Rock N Roll music go, it doesn’t get much better than legendary Guns & Roses guitarist Slash not only spinning a copy of your album all around the USA in his tour van, but actually taking the time to let you know he digs it too.

  • dead prez

    (371,062 listeners)

    hip-hop, rap, hip hop, underground hip-hop

    Dead Prez is an underground hip-hop duo which formed in 1996 in New York City, New York, United States, consisting of rapper stic.man and M-1. They have released two albums, "Let's Get Free" (2000) and "Revolutionary But Gangsta" (2004), with a third, "Information Age" slated for release in 2011. The duo has also released several mixtapes.

  • Decoder Ring

    (38,396 listeners)

    australian, electronic, post-rock, indie

    Decoder Ring was formed in 2001, in Sydney, Australia. Original line-up consisted of Matt Fitzgerald ( keyboards, guitar) Geoff Towner (bass, El Mopa), Pete Kelly (guitar, Sea Life Park), Kenny Davis Jr (keyboards, piano, The Jackson Code, The Blackeyed Susans) & Thomas Schutzinger (drums).

  • Devendra Banhart

    (880,284 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, indie, freak folk

    Devendra Obi Banhart (born May 30, 1981) is a Venezuelan American singer-songwriter and visual artist. Banhart was born in Houston, Texas and was raised by his mother in Venezuela, until he moved to California as a teenager. His first few records were released on the Young God Records label from New York City.

  • Dizzee Rascal

    (664,558 listeners)

    grime, hip-hop, rap, british

    Dylan Mills, known professionally as Dizzee Rascal (born November 1, 1985), is a grime solo artist, formerly a Roll Deep crew member, who emerged from the UK Garage music scene. His music was a blend of garage MCing, conventional rap, grime and ragga, with some more eclectic samples.

  • DJ Chucuchu

    (2 listeners)

  • DJ Katch

    (399 listeners)

    seen live

  • DZ

    (82,821 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, bass, grime

    1) DZ is a Dubstep producer who remixed tracks for The Crookers , Wu-tang Clan, Major Lazer and Gucci Mane and released his first full length LP “The Proliferation Sequence”. Best known for his original tracks "Old Timers" and "Down".

  • Eskimo Joe

    (139,766 listeners)

    australian, rock, alternative, pop rock

    Eskimo Joe is alt-rock band from Fremantle, Western Australia comprising Kavyen Temperley (bass/vocals), Joel Quartermain (guitar/drums) and Stuart MacLeod (guitar)

  • Fear Factory

    (596,454 listeners)

    industrial metal, metal, death metal, industrial

    Fear Factory is an American industrial metal band that from Los Angeles that formed in 1989. Over the course of their career they have evolved from a succession of styles, combining death metal, groove metal, thrash metal, with industrial metal. Fear Factory proved to be enormously influential on the metal scene in the mid- to late-1990s.

  • Girl Talk

    (421,603 listeners)

    mashup, electronic, dance, hip-hop

    1. Girl Talk is the stage name of Gregg Gillis (born October 26, 1981). Gillis, who is based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, has released five CD albums on Illegal Art and vinyl releases on 333 and 12 Apostles.

  • Grilla Step

    (0 listeners)

  • Grinspoon

    (90,649 listeners)

    australian, rock, alternative, alternative rock

    Grinspoon were an Australian rock band from Lismore, New South Wales; formed in 1995 and fronted by Phil Jamieson on vocals and guitar with Pat Davern on guitar, Joe Hansen on bass guitar and Kristian Hopes on drums. Also in 1995, they won the Triple J-sponsored Unearthed competition for Lismore, with their post-grunge song "Sickfest".

  • Groove Armada

    (1,274,235 listeners)

    electronic, chillout, house, dance

    Groove Armada is an electronic music group from Cambridge, United Kingdom, composed of two members, Andy Cato (real name Andrew Cocup) and Tom Findlay.

  • Hilltop Hoods

    (130,661 listeners)

    hip-hop, australian, rap, aussie hip-hop

    Hilltop Hoods are an Australian a hip hop group, formed in 1991, from Adelaide, South Australia. Their name refers to Hilltop Road In Blackwood, an Adelaide suburb in which they lived as children, and a part of Adelaide known by all the local B-Boys as The Hilltop. One day, another local rapper, Flak from the Cross Bred Mongrels, said that's what they should call themselves, and the name stuck.

  • I Heart Hiroshima

    (19,715 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, australian, female vocalists

    I Heart Hiroshima was a three piece act from Brisbane, Australia; originally formed in July of 2005 at a house party. Their members were Matthew Somers (guitar/vocals), Susie Patten (drums/vocals) and Cameron Hawes (guitar). The band developed a unique sound from their 'bass-less' band structure of two guitars and drums, combined with shared vocal duties from all three members.

  • Itch-E & Scratch-E

    (5,527 listeners)

    australian, techno, trance, clan analogue

    Inspired by the remnants of the post punk/electronic/noise scene of the 80's, and coinciding with the rise of "techno" and rave culture in the early 90’s, Itch-E & Scratch-E were born.

  • Jet

    (1,585,580 listeners)

    rock, alternative, alternative rock, indie

    "Jet" is the name used by six groups: 1. A popular rock band from Australia 2. A rock band from the United Kingdom

  • Karnivool

    (134,077 listeners)

    progressive rock, alternative rock, australian, alternative

    Karnivool is a five-piece progressive rock group based in Perth, Australia that was formed by Ian Kenny in 1996, who at the time filled the roles of both guitarist and vocalist for the band while they played Carcass and Nirvana covers. Their name stems from the band being initially described by local fans as "a bunch of clowns".

  • Kasabian

    (2,222,044 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, british, alternative

    Kasabian are a rock band from Leicester, England, United Kingdom. The band consists of Tom Meighan (vocals), Sergio Pizzorno (guitar, synths, vocals), Christopher Edwards (bass), Ian Matthews (drums) and current touring guitarist Tim Carter.

  • Kisschasy

    (59,671 listeners)

    australian, rock, alternative, indie

    Kisschasy is an Australian alternative rock band formed in Victoria, Australia in 2002. Since forming, their line-up has consisted of lead vocalist Darren Cordeux, bassist Joel Vanderuit, guitarist Sean Thomas, and drummer Karl Ammitzboll.

  • Ladyhawke

    (653,266 listeners)

    electronic, indie, female vocalists, new wave

    Ladyhawke is the stage name of the singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Phillipa 'Pip' Brown (born in 13 July 1979 in Masterton, New Zealand). She can play electric, bass and acoustic guitars, synthesizers and drums. Pip tours with a live band, but in studio she plays all the instruments.

  • Lily Allen

    (1,941,080 listeners)

    pop, female vocalists, british, britpop

    Lily Rose Beatrice Cooper (née Allen; born 2 May 1985), known professionally as Lily Allen, is an English singer/songwriter and actress. She is the daughter of Keith Allen and film producer Alison Owen. Allen left school when she was 15 and concentrated on improving her performing and compositional skills.

  • Lisa Mitchell

    (170,089 listeners)

    folk, acoustic, female vocalists, australian

    Lisa Helen Mitchell was born in England on March the 22nd of 1990, although migrated to New South Wales, Australia at the age of three. She is the eldest of two in a family which resides in the border town of Albury, Australia. Her musical journey began at age twelve when she started taking guitar lessons with a focus on rock and folk.

  • Magic Dirt

    (20,303 listeners)

    australian, rock, female vocalists, alternative rock

    Magic Dirt are an Australian rock band fronted by Adalita. Formed in 1992 in Geelong, Victoria, they are currently on hiatus following the tragic death of bassist Dean Turner to cancer. They are one of the longest running, critically acclaimed (although far from commercially successful) bands to have come out of the Australian music scene.

  • Mastodon

    (679,702 listeners)

    progressive metal, metal, sludge, sludge metal

    Mastodon is an American sludge metal/progressive metal band from Atlanta, Georgia, formed in 1999. The band comprises bassist/vocalist Troy Sanders, guitarist/vocalist Brent Hinds, guitarist Bill Kelliher and drummer/vocalist Brann Dailor.

  • Maya Jupiter

    (627 listeners)

    aussie hip-hop, rap, hip-hop, australian

    Maya Jupiter is an Australian rapper & radio personality. Maya was born in La Paz, Mexico. She is of mixed Mexican and Turkish origin. Her family moved to Melbourne, Victoria when she was one year old, they then relocated to Sydney, New South Wales when she was four. She grew up in Busby, a suburb in South-Western Sydney.

  • MC ZULU

    (700 listeners)

    reggae, electronic, dancehall, other weapons

    MC ZULU does not make reggae in the traditional sense. His unique blend of electro bass grooves and Caribbean style dancehall vocals creates a new form of dancehall reggae from the outer reaches of space. -URB Magazine-

  • MDX

    (2,775 listeners)

    electronic, tech trance

  • Mexico City

    (433 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, alt-country, city sounds, alt country

    Dark garage country rock for fans of Nick Cave, The Drones, Dylan, Magnolia Electric Co, My Morning Jacket and Neil Young.

  • Miami Horror

    (378,081 listeners)

    electronic, synthpop, indie, australian

    Miami Horror are an Australian indie-electronic band from Melbourne, Australia (with the name referring to producer, Benjamin Plant, and to the four-piece live incarnation).

  • Midnight Juggernauts

    (385,634 listeners)

    electronic, australian, electro, electro synth rock

    Midnight Juggernauts are an alternative dance/synth pop band which formed in Melbourne, Australia in 2004, They consist of Vincent Vendetta (vocals, keyboards), Andy Juggernaut, (bass, vocals) and Daniel Stricker (drums). They have been described by the American magazine "Rolling Stone" as "David Bowie if his Berlin Trilogy was a collaboration with Kraftwerk and Faust".

  • Muse

    (3,742,202 listeners)

    alternative rock, rock, alternative, progressive rock

    Muse are an alternative rock band from Teignmouth, England, United Kingdom. The band consists of Matthew Bellamy on lead vocals, piano, keyboard and guitar, Chris Wolstenholme on backing vocals and bass guitar, and Dominic Howard on drums and percussion.

  • Passion Pit

    (1,430,321 listeners)

    electronic, indie, indie pop, pop

    Passion Pit is an electronic band from Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States, formed in 2007. The band consists of Michael Angelakos (lead vocals, keyboards), Ian Hultquist (keyboards, guitar), Xander Singh (synthesizer, samples), Jeff Apruzzese (bass, synth bass), and Nate Donmoyer (drums).

  • Peaches

    (667,058 listeners)

    electroclash, electronic, female vocalists, electro

    Several artists/groups: 1) Merrill Nisker (born 1968 in Toronto), better known as Peaches, is an electroclash artist whose songs are mainly focused on sexuality

  • Phrase

    (7,123 listeners)

    aussie hip-hop, hip-hop, hip hop, aussie

    Harley Webster (born 1981), better known as Phrase is an Australian hip hop MC, originating from Melbourne, Victoria.

  • Poirier

    (11,503 listeners)

    dancehall, electronic, reggae, spotify

    The power of DJ/producer Poirier’s bass will blast through any flimsy attempt to classify his music.

  • Powderfinger

    (193,474 listeners)

    rock, australian, alternative, alternative rock

    Powderfinger were a rock band from Brisbane, Australia. Formed in 1989, the band managed to keep the same line up since they hit the big time, Bernard Fanning (Vocals, guitars), Darren Middleton (guitars), Ian Haug (guitars), John Collins (Bass) and Jon Coghill (drums).

  • Rise Against

    (1,813,409 listeners)

    punk rock, punk, melodic hardcore, hardcore

    Rise Against are a punk/melodic hardcore band from Chicago, Illinois. Formed in 1999, and originally performing under the name Transistor Revolt, they released a self-produced demo entitled Transistor Revolt in 2000, a year before signing with Fat Wreck Chords to release their first two albums, The Unraveling in 2001, and Revolutions Per Minute in 2003.

  • Sam La More

    (12,985 listeners)

    dance, house, spotify, electronic

    Sam Littlemore, also known as Sam La More, is an Australian record producer and recording artist working in Hollywood, Sydney and London.

  • Sasha

    (309,799 listeners)

    trance, electronic, progressive house, progressive trance

    There are currently several artists using the name Sasha: 1) Sasha, born Alexander Coe (born September 4, 1969), is a Welsh DJ and record producer. He is best known for partnering with English DJ, John Digweed, as Sasha + Digweed. The pair released several mix albums together, including the Northern Exposure series (released between 1996 and 2001).

  • silent disco

    (18 listeners)

  • Simian Mobile Disco

    (775,824 listeners)

    electronic, electro, dance, new rave

    A London, UK production & remix team. Formed from the ashes of Simian in 2005 its members are James Ford and Jas Shaw. In addition to his work with Simian Mobile Disco, James Ford is a producer and has worked for bands such as the Arctic Monkeys, Peaches and Klaxons.

  • Soma Rasa

    (385 listeners)

    australian, brisbane, beats, seen live

    Live Electro/Breaks group from Brisbane with the Hazard Brothers (Bill and Dan) providing the backbone of the group. DJ's Kristian Hernandez and Sampology also provide support.

  • Sugar Army

    (9,992 listeners)

    australian, post-punk, indie, alternative rock

    'Summertime Heavy' is the second record from Sugar Army - out now through Permanent Records. Over the past few years, the band have released a critically acclaimed debut album & EP, with singles & videos from both releases dominating media all over Australia and finding support across international waters from UK print to US college radio.

  • Surecut Kids

    (2,098 listeners)

    electronic, dubstep

    Surecut Kids are a walking house party. Making people have fun and dance is what we do best. We work as a team, layering songs, scratching and creating live remixes on the fly. With four turntables and an MPC at our disposal, it’s a very energetic show and we try to never have a dull moment.