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  • 61 North

    (97 listeners)

    rock, blues, funk, blues rock

    61 North are an American blues rock band from Woodstown, New Jersey. In 2009, the band released their debut album - "On the Road".

  • A Million Years

    (3,440 listeners)

    should look into this more, a million years, seen live

    A Million Years are a Brooklyn-based four piece who are making music for your grey matter. Stimulated by the intellectualism and sonic experimentation of bands like Radiohead, Spoon and Wilco, they strive to create a world of smart, brooding characters wandering around in our digitized soundscape.

  • Anthony D'Amato

    (1,294 listeners)

    alt-country, under 2000 listeners, folk, acoustic

    Hailing from New Jersey and a newly-minted Princeton graduate, Anthony D'Amato is an as-yet-unsigned folk musician whose music leans towards alt-country Americana.

  • Bern & the Brights

    (194 listeners)

    upcoming

    Work. The term is one rich with layers. Work is Bern & the Brights’ latest EP, and the broad scope of the record’s title could not be more appropriate. Some songs’ themes literally tie into “labor,” providing a commentary on the suffering economy and the everyday person’s basic longing to be happy and free, as opposed to strained to no end, struggling to only keep afloat.

  • Chocolate Bread

    (146 listeners)

    Chocolate Bread formed in July '09 as a culmination of 5 musicians with the intention of making soul searching music people can feel.

  • Gazelle

    (5,582 listeners)

    nagoya kei, j-rock, japanese, visual kei

    There are 5 bands with this name: 1) Gazelle is a 2-piece South-African group from Cape Town, formed in 2006, when an acclaimed photographer Xander Ferreira started experimenting with producing electronic bedroom music.

  • Holler, Wild Rose!

    (20,604 listeners)

    shoegaze, post-rock, indie, dream pop

    Named after the song that has become a landmark crowd favorite at their concerts - Holler, Wild Rose! features the sound of six (and sometimes seven) people who channel a range of melodic themes, reverberant guitars, shoegaze orchestrations, subtle to thundering rhythms…

  • Jesse Malin

    (87,830 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, alt-country, indie, rock

    Jesse Malin (born January 1968 in New York City) is an American singer-songwriter who started his performing career at the age of 12 in the 1980s in the New York hardcore band Heart Attack.

  • Juicebox

    (1,691 listeners)

    funk, modern funk, under 2000 listeners, modtoday

    The Juicebox debut album, Popcorn 69 offers 14 contemporary covers of classic tracks from the original popcorn era.

  • Keeping Riley

    (71 listeners)

    pop, alternative, indie pop, relaxing

    The band Keeping Riley is very true to their peculiar namesake; they are constantly striving to keep their music both fresh and appealing. They keep the life of riley, with both lyrics and grooves that mark their feel-good style. They keep their music dynamic by incorporating any relevant genres and approaches.

  • Matt Koziol

    (80 listeners)

    Matt Koziol, age 21, is no stranger to the sounds of what most consider “the golden years of music.” Born in Linden, New Jersey, he grew up listening to the world around him. Every sound that came out of the radio or tape deck flavored his music. Elvis was one of his largest influences growing up.

  • Mike Peters

    (1,746 listeners)

    rock, welsh, alternative, alternative rock

    Mike Peters first rose to prominence in the mid-80s as lead singer of the Welsh band The Alarm, leaving that group in 1991 to begin a solo career.

  • New Day Dawn

    (32 listeners)

    rock, female fronted, indie, alternative

    Standing 5-foot tall, New Day Dawn’s lead singer Dawn Botti defies stereotypes. With every sultry powerful vocal note or scream of her guitar; one would never guess that this unabashed powerful and sexy rocker is also an accomplished attorney who holds a top level position at one of the world’s largest media companies. Yet it is clearly evident that music is Botti’s passion.

  • Nicole Atkins & The Sea

    (1,094 listeners)

    roskilde 08, lollapalooza 2008, twinkling starry skies, folk

    The sound of Nicole Atkins' Bleeding Diamonds EP, which serves as a handy introduction to her upcoming, feature-length Columbia Records debut, is like the opening scene to one of her favorite directors David Lynch's Blue Velvet. Underneath the sunny blue skies, immaculately manicured suburban homes and their bright green lawns lies a forbidding black hole of danger, violence and death.

  • Nils Lofgren

    (98,937 listeners)

    rock, classic rock, singer-songwriter, guitar

    Nils Lofgren (born Nils Hilmer Lofgren in Chicago, Illinois, USA on 21 June 1951) is an American rock music recording artist, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. Along with his work as a solo artist, he has marked over 25 years as a member of Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band as well as a former member of Crazy Horse and Grin.

  • OK Go

    (1,129,931 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, rock, alternative

    OK Go is an American indie rock band which formed in Chicago, Illinois, United States in 1998. The band consists of Damian Kulash (guitar, vocals), Tim Nordwind (bass), Andy Ross (guitar, keyboards), and Dan Konopka (drums).

  • Robert Randolph & The Family Band

    (141,321 listeners)

    funk, blues, rock, soul

    Robert Randolph & The Family Band is a multicultural American blues and funk band composed of Robert Randolph, Marcus Randolph (drums), Danyel Morgan (bass), and Jason Crosby (organ). Frontman Robert Randolph was trained as a pedal steel guitarist in the House of God Church, Keith Dominion, in Nashville, TN and makes prominent use of the instrument in the band's music.

  • Ruby Roses

    (90 listeners)

    indie, alternative, band, roses

    Ruby Roses is a six-piece, indie rock band with a pop mentality. The northern New Jersey-based group practices and records in a home studio around the corner from the middle school where five of them met. The band is comprised of Evan Hooker (Vocals, Guitar), Andrew Giordano (Keys), Aaron Mazie (Guitar, Vocals), Jon Bruno (Guitar), Matt Marrs (Bass) and Brian Carlucci (Drums).

  • Socratic

    (73,498 listeners)

    indie, emo, rock, piano rock

    Socratic are an alternative rock band hailing from Cranford/Linden, New Jersey. They signed to Drive-Thru Records in 2004, released their debut full-length Lunch for the Sky in 2005, the Just Turn EP in 2006 and their Mark Hoppus-produced follow-up album Spread The Rumors in 2008

  • Someone Say Something

    (120 listeners)

    seen live

  • Soul Asylum

    (502,209 listeners)

    rock, alternative rock, alternative, grunge

    Soul Asylum is an American alternative rock band formed in the summer of 1981 by Minneapolis high school friends Dan Murphy, Karl Mueller, and Dave Pirner. The band (named Loud Fast Rules up until 1984) quickly became frontrunners of American college rock, following in the tradition of fellow Minnesota bands Hüsker Dü and The Replacements.

  • Spoon

    (1,309,503 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, alternative, rock

    Spoon is an American indie rock band from Austin, Texas. The band was formed in late 1993 by lead singer/guitarist Britt Daniel and drummer Jim Eno. Current members also include: Eric Harvey (keyboard, guitar, percussion, backing vocals) and Rob Pope (bass, backing vocals - replaced Joshua Zarbo in 2007).

  • Statelman

    (35 listeners)

    Formed in July of 2006, Statelman originally consisted of Sean Horan (Vocals/Guitar) and Megan DiGuilio (Vocals/Guitar).

  • Super Rocket Car

    (55 listeners)

    rock, american, pop rock, under 2000 listeners

    Super Rocket Car is an indie pop rock band from Mountainside, New Jersey. Despite growing up on the same block, JR Pacifico, Bob Adashev, Dave Boyce, and Sagar Desai waited until their senior year at Governor Livingston High School to establish themselves as a band.

  • Suzanne Vega

    (695,550 listeners)

    female vocalists, singer-songwriter, folk, pop

    Suzanne Vega (born Suzanne Nadine Vega on 11 July 1959 in Santa Monica, California) is an American singer-songwriter noted for her eclectic folk-inspired music. Two of Vega's songs (both from her second album Solitude Standing, 1987) reached the top 10 of various international chart listings: " Luka" and "Tom's Diner".

  • The Bravery

    (1,101,589 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, rock, alternative

    The Bravery is an alternative rock band with electronic influences, formed in New York City in 2003. Their musical style has been compared to The Strokes, New Order and The Killers, amongst others. They are best known for three songs - 2005's "An Honest Mistake", 2007's "Time Won't Let Me Go" and 2008's "Believe".

  • the elephant in the room

    (77 listeners)

    seen live

  • The Mungers

    (16 listeners)

  • The O>Matics

    (31 listeners)

  • The Zombies

    (732,118 listeners)

    60s, classic rock, psychedelic, rock

    The Zombies was an English pop rock/psychedelic rock band The band started in 1961 in St Albans, England and gained its initial reputation playing the Old Verulamians Rugby Club in that town. It was formed whilst the members were at school; Rod Argent, Paul Atkinson and Hugh Grundy attended St Albans School, and Colin Blunstone, and Chris White attended St Albans Boys' Grammar School.

  • Train

    (1,542,988 listeners)

    rock, alternative rock, alternative, pop

    Train is a Grammy Award winning rock band formed in San Francisco, California. To date, three of their albums have peaked in the top 10 of the Billboard 200 and have sold a total of over 4 million albums in the US.

  • Ugly Club

    (0 listeners)

  • Vita Chambers

    (8,910 listeners)

    pop, rnb, female vocalist, barbados

    Vita Chambers (born June 10, 1993) is a singer signed to SRP Records/Universal Motown Records Group. She began her career by posting a video and four original songs on her MySpace page. Shortly after, she was signed to SRP/Universal Motown in June 2009. Fellow Bajan singers Rihanna and Shontelle also got their beginning with SRP Records. She was born in Vancouver, Canada, but grew up in Barbados.

  • We Are Not Bears

    (174 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners

    We Are Not Bears is an indie/rock band based out of Purchase, NY. Members include James Ryan (Le Rug, Space Ghost Cowboys, Disasterpiece) on bass, William Whatley (Disasterpiece) on drums, and Kyle Pollard (Donner Party Picnic, Space Ghost Cowboys) on lead vocals and guitar.

  • Willie Nile

    (13,618 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, rock, classic rock, folk rock

    Willie Nile (born Robert Anthony Noonan on June 7, 1948) is an American singer-songwriter, and musician.

  • Yarn

    (6,302 listeners)

    country, americana, alt-country, psychill

    There are 2 artists for Yarn: 1. Brooklyn might seem an odd place of origin for a country band. The perennial home of cold concrete, hipsters and industrial ruins has been most famous for its indie rock scene over the past decade.