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  • Abigail Hercules

    (3 listeners)

  • Adam Freeland

    (114,892 listeners)

    breakbeat, electronic, breaks, electronica

    Adam Freeland is a UK-based DJ and producer associated with breakbeat based electronic music. He was a resident of Brighton, England, United Kingdom and is now based in Los Angeles. As a producer, he formed half of Tsunami One with Kevin Beber, and released a solo album as Freeland; as a DJ & Remixer he operates solo under his own full name.

  • Adsorb

    (230 listeners)

    Adsorb is a DJ/Producer from the UK. Also known as Ads he produces many different styles but has a real flavour for Breaks/Electro House. Alongside his production and DJ work he set up and managed the award winning residential, recording studio 'Kenwood Studios' in Sheffield.

  • Alabama 3

    (170,838 listeners)

    alternative, blues, country acid house, country

    Alabama 3 are a band originating from Brixton, England, their music incorporates elements of country, acid house, blues and gospel.

  • Alejandro Toledo & The Magic Tombolinos

    (49 listeners)


    http://www.magictombolinos.co.uk/www.magictombolinos.co.uk/Home.html Alejandro Toledo and the Magic Tombolinos was formed in London on January 2008.


    (1,715 listeners)

    alternative rock, female vocalists, under 2000 listeners, bulgarian

    AMORIC are an award winning, four-piece, rock band from Bulgaria who are now based in Dublin, Ireland. AMORIC have had several member changes over the years before finalising their line-up in 2010. The band consists of Lora Dimitrova (lead vocals, keyboard), Miroslav “Miro” Ivanov (guitar, backing vocals), Emiliyan Bonev (bass, backing vocals) and Yanko Genov (drums, percussion).

  • Amy Smith

    (758 listeners)

    sxsw 2005, under 2000 listeners

    About Amy Smith I am 27 years old and live in South London. I graduated from the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts in Liverpool in 2003.

  • Anthony Battersby

    (0 listeners)

    http://www.myspace.com/anthonybattersby Anthony is a singer/songwriter who was born in Liverpool. He has since moved to a town called Carnforth near Lancaster on the Cumbria/Lancashire border.

  • Arcomnia

    (8 listeners)

    http://www.myspace.com/arcomnia The music of Arcomnia is a cohesive mix of styles and content which includes: Sufism, Northern European Paganism, Drum&Bass, Australasian musics, C12th and C13th Galician/Portuguese song, Dubstep and Judaeo/Christian chant.

  • Astrid Williamson

    (4,859 listeners)

    female vocalists, scottish, singer-songwriter, alternative

    Astrid Williamson is a singer/songwriter from Scotland. She was the frontperson for Scottish trio Goya Dress in the mid-'90s.

  • Awale

    (16 listeners)

    jazz, funk, afrobeat, lounge on the farm 2011

    AWALÉ is a brand of Afro Gipsy beat brewed in London. Like the African game the band is named after, the music is played in turns and cycles of various lengths, creating original grooves, echoing Ethiopian funk, afro-beat, eastern europe or minimalism in a joyful polyrhythmic stew.

  • Baka Beyond

    (31,027 listeners)

    african, world, celtic, world music

    Baka Beyond is a world music group formed in 1992 with members from a wide variety of backgrounds and cultures, fusing Celtic and other western music styles with traditional Baka music from Cameroon.

  • Banco De Gaia

    (231,640 listeners)

    ambient, electronic, chillout, downtempo

    For nearly two and a half decades, Banco de Gaia has been consistently redefining world electronica, with his music leaving an indelible footprint on the global scene, sparking many a dancefloor and inspiring countless musicians to follow.

  • Becca & The Broken Biscuits

    (34 listeners)

    http://www.beccaandthebrokenbiscuits.co.uk/ http://www.myspace.com/beccawilliamsmusic They are a three piece acoustic/folk/blues/lovely band, consisting of Becca who plays guitar and sings, Anna who plays the cello and Joel who plays Double Bass.

  • Burn The Negative

    (7,735 listeners)

    indie rock, indie, synthpop, electro

    THE BIOGRAPHY Carlisle in the North West of England has always played a pivotal role in British history.

  • Celloman

    (1,343 listeners)

    lounge-radio, world, new age, cello

    The Celloman project began in 2001 with the release of ‘Aquador’. A six piece band, led by cellist Ivan Hussey, Celloman have performed extensively around the UK including most of the big festivals such as Glastonbury and Womad. They have performed in Serbia twice and done a series of gigs in Spain.

  • Dan Walsh

    (137 listeners)

    liverpool 2012

    http://www.danwalshbanjo.co.uk Touted as the finest banjo player in the UK, Dan Walsh is an eclectic and exciting musician with a unique style taking in folk, funk, bluegrass, jazz, rock and even Arabic.

  • Digital.is

    (5 listeners)

    dance, electronica, electroclash, drum and bass

    Digital.is are a live dance band from Cumbria in North West England. Band Members: The Karma Kanic-Beats, Smokey P-percussion, Miklos-Guitar & Bass, & Gemma-Vocals. Digital.is take their influences from a vast array of artists incuding Dreadzone, Fat Freddys drop, Massive Attack, Orbital, Bob Marley and LCD Soundsystem to name but a few.

  • Digitalis

    (15,720 listeners)

    electronic, breakbeat, ambient, trance

    There are at least four artists using the alias Digitalis. 1.) Breakbeat Goa and Psychedelic Trance producer Sebastian James "Seb" Taylor from the UK began creating mainly Goa under his alias Digitalis .

  • Dub Tek

    (205 listeners)

    ambient, dub, electronica, psy-chill

    Dub Tek is the musical child of Ralph Stokes and Izzy Finch. This new sound fuses psychedelic and electronic sounds with dub and world influences, guaranteed to take you on a hypnotic journey.

  • Eat Static

    (79,997 listeners)

    psytrance, electronic, goa, psychedelic

    Eat Static is Merv Pepler, an electronic music project from England, UK formed in 1990. Joie Hinton left the group in February 2008 after 18 years to spend more time with his family.

  • Ed Tangent

    (34 listeners)

    bearded theory 2009

  • Emma Gillespie

    (169 listeners)

    Emma Gillespie recorded a single under her name "Stamp Your Feet" in 2009 but is now better known for her appearance on Sky 1's talent show "Must Be The Music", where her performance under the stage name of Emma's Imagination won her the show.

  • Eocene

    (38 listeners)

    silverchair, wolfmother, roses, alice

    Drawing on influences from the delta blues to modern day rock legends, Eocene weaves a unique blend of rock music with stand-out melodies, combining the grooves of Metallica and Alice in Chains, with the singalong melodies of the Foo Fighters and Pearl Jam, coupled with the guitar sensibilities of Buckethead and Joe Satriani.

  • Far Too Loud

    (46,345 listeners)

    breakbeat, breaks, electro breaks, electronic

    Far Too Loud, a.k.a. Oli Cash from London, United Kingdom, has gained a significant reputation in dance music for quality, dancefloor-destroying production.

  • From the Jam

    (1,502 listeners)

    mod, rock-indie, the jam, had the pleasure of seeing live

  • G-Shock

    (2,860 listeners)

    hardcore, gabber, darkcore, netherlands

  • Goldheart Assembly

    (28,633 listeners)

    indie, folk, rock, british

    Goldheart Assembly is a British alternative pop-rock band from London, England. The band formed in 2007 as a group of six musicians from various bands.

  • gooseman

    (17 listeners)

    GooseMan is a rapper and music producer from Chattanooga, TN. He now lives in Miami, Fl and continues to push the limits of his musical creativity. #GooseSquadORdie

  • Gus MacGregor

    (660 listeners)

    acoustic, swiss, the bedford, swissmiss

    GUS MACGREGOR – an artist worth becoming evangelical about … In an era when manufactured pop is thought to be the height of creative ambition, the singer/songwriter is considered something of an anachronism. Once in a while, however, you stumble across an artist who makes you remember why you liked music in the first place.

  • Haight-Ashbury

    (4,200 listeners)

    indie, alternative, female vocalists, neo-psychedelia

    Haight-Ashbury Links: http://www.haight-ashbury.co.uk/ http://www.facebook.com/HaightAshbury http://www.myspace.com/haightashburyuk

  • Jaca

    (131 listeners)

    dobry kot z ciebie jest, klasyg, underground, freestyle

    http://www.myspace.com/juliestolemyspace She is the girl with Q for Quirky stamped on her forehead. Jaca’s music is made somewhere between a smoky jazz club and Saturn's third moon.

  • James

    (549,881 listeners)

    britpop, indie, alternative, british

    There are several artists in this entry: 1) a British indie rock band formed in 1981 in Manchester 2) the vocalist of popular Bangladeshi band Nagar Baul 3) a Dutch rapper connected to the Fakkelteitgroep.

  • John Fairhurst

    (3,010 listeners)

    blues, blues rock, gdli, def later

    - “Truly exquisite.” – (The Guardian) - “Possibly the finest guitarist you’ll ever see.” – (Chris Long BBC) - “All the slide guitars skills of Robert Johnson” – (Electric Ghost) - “John Fairhurst is a phenomenon known as ”Claptons Son” or the Wigan Jimi Hendrix... Audiences are blown away by his ability to channel Rock and Roll greats into a modern and really jumping sound”

  • Jonny Kearney and Lucy Farrell

    (808 listeners)

    folk, english, british, northumbrian

  • Jude Connelly

    (1 listener)


  • Kaya Project

    (85,132 listeners)

    ambient, chillout, downtempo, psychill

    Kaya Project is the latest musical incarnation from Seb Taylor, who has released as Shakta, Digitalis, Hibernation and is also a co-founder of Angel Tears.

  • Kitchie Wud

    (0 listeners)

    http://www.myspace.com/kitchiewud Kitchie Wud are a three piece acoustic band based in West Cumbria. They perform Rock/Folk covers in their own style along with some of their own material.

  • Knob Jockeys

    (234 listeners)

    mash-up, under 2000 listeners, pop, remix

    DJs/producers trio from Manchester, UK mashing up fidget, electro, breaks and dubstep. http://www.knobjockeys.org http://facebook.com/knobjockeys http://twitter.com/wearekjs

  • Kontiki Suite

    (415 listeners)

    indie, indie pop, easy listening, english

    http://www.kontikisuite.com/ http://kontikisuite.bandcamp.com/music http://www.myspace.com/kontikisuite http://en-gb.facebook.com/pages/Kontiki-Suite/6012599700

  • Late Draft

    (0 listeners)

    http://www.myspace.com/latedraft After jamming together a number of times, guitarist Ethan Thomas and pianist Calum Davies decided to form the young, ambitious duo, Late Draft.

  • Little Sister

    (8,244 listeners)

    funk, hardcore, dark hardcore, crust

    There are several bands with the name Little Sister. 1. An American all-female vocal harmony group, which served primarily as the background vocalists for the influential rock/funk band Sly & the Family Stone in concert and on record.

  • Louis Barabbas & The Bedlam Six

    (828 listeners)

    folk, blues, cabaret, alternative

    http://www.bedlamsix.com/ Many believe that the number of love songs in the world far outstrip the number of things with which one can fall in love. That is why Louis Barabbas & The Bedlam Six are doing their very best to readdress the balance, penning twisted dirt-swing about lust and loathing, served up on an exuberant gobbet of malicious delight.

  • Mad Dog Mcrea

    (2,799 listeners)

    folk, irish, irish folk, country

    From Plymouth, UK Mad Dog Mcrea blend a unique mixture of folk rock, pop, gypsy jazz, bluegrass and 'shake your ass' music. From self-penned songs of adventure, drinking, love and life, to traditional songs of gypsies, fairies, legless pirates and black flies - Mad Dog never fail to capture their audience with their infectious songs.

  • Mark Gwynne Jones and Psychicbread

    (0 listeners)

    http://www.psychicbread.org/ Mark Gwynne Jones and the Psychicbread offer a fresh and original show that inspires and entertains. Here is an intertwining of voice, rhythm, rootsmusic and vivid poetry. A powerful act capable of transforming the mundane into magical landscapes and leading an audience through bewildered innocence to laughter and dance.

  • Marley Chingus

    (5 listeners)

    http://www.myspace.com/marleychingus Jazz band from Liverpool

  • Mazlyn Jones

    (20 listeners)

    progressive rock, folk rock

    With 8 albums to his credit, recent high profile TV collaborations with the BBC, and a new and growing audience in the dance / rave scene boosting his traditional, long standing folk / roots / progressive following, Mazlyn Jones is perhaps at last on the verge of getting the wider acclaim and recognition that critics have often felt he deserves.

  • Michael Dog

    (241 listeners)

    http://www.myspace.com/michaeldog In brief, I worked out what 'hippie' meant sometime in my early teens and never looked back. Now I know what 'old hippie' means and I'm just about getting used to it. ...

  • neeb

    (29 listeners)

  • New Young Pony Club

    (497,910 listeners)

    electronic, new rave, electropop, indie

    New Young Pony Club (now NYPC) was a four-piece electro band from London consisting of Tahita Bulmer (vocals), Andy Spence (guitar), Lou Hayter (keyboards) & Sarah Jones (drums). Partly inspired by LCD Soundsystem and a chance meeting of like-minded band members intent on establishing something potent, Tahita & Andy formed the band in 2005.