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  • Adrian Orange

    (23,837 listeners)

    folk, lo-fi, singer-songwriter, indie

    Adrian Orange is Thanksgiving. Adrian Orange is the young Portland musician known mostly as Thanksgiving. Adrian is also a painter and part owner of the Marriage Records label.

  • American Cheeseburger

    (1,393 listeners)

    punk, hardcore, thrashcore, thrash

    American Cheeseburger is a hardcore/thrash band from Athens, Georgia.

  • Avocado Happy Hour

    (261 listeners)

    Avocado Happy Hour is a Rhodes piano and vibraphone duo from Baltimore. They play minimalist pop. www.myspace.com/avocadohappyhour

  • Back Pockets

    (10 listeners)

  • Bird Names

    (3,011 listeners)

    psychedelic, chicago, lo-fi, american

    BIRD NAMES: a psychedelic pop group born in mid-2000s Chicago, now living in Brattleboro, Vermont. Noted for a large catalog of critically-acclaimed low-fi albums and a DIY ethic. Listen to the latest + get the new cassette at http://www.BirdNamesMusic.com

  • Bubbly Mommy Gun

    (207 listeners)

    psychedelic, experimental, prog rock, prog

  • Circle Pit

    (3,974 listeners)

    lo-fi, garage rock, indie, indie rock

    Sydney band and artist duo Circle Pit (Angie Bermuda and Jack Mannix) inhabit and navigate a murky sea of rock and roll iconography: faded denim, leather, skulls, silver jewelry, bleached hair, fingerless gloves, bird bones, empty beer bottles…

  • Creepy

    (224 listeners)

    rock, under 2000 listeners, fonts, industrial alternative rock

  • Deaf Judges

    (122 listeners)

    hip-hop

    Deaf Judges are a four man Hip Hop crew out of Athens, Georgia consisting of three MCs (Rorshak, Produce Man, and Louie Carlysle) and one DJ/ producer (Cubenza). Their music is available on Bandcamp. Some is pay-what-you-want, some is not.

  • Diane Cluck

    (105,024 listeners)

    folk, female vocalists, singer-songwriter, anti-folk

    Diane Cluck has been performing her original brand of intuitive folk around New York City and the wider world since 2000.

  • DJ Dog Dick

    (902 listeners)

    experimental, beautiful, all, not experimental

    My bones are bleeding and the blood's boiling hot the grease that I got likes to hiss and pop a lot

  • Dream Scene

    (6 listeners)

  • Ear Pwr

    (7,663 listeners)

    hipster, electro, retro-electro, silly synth-pop

    EAR PWR was born in the Camel City of North Carolina in the summer of 2006. Its members, Devin Booze & Sarah PWR combine electronics, dirty disco, hip-hop, pop, funky beats and silly lyrics with orange sodie pop and bubble gum and the result is nothing less than magical.

  • Edan

    (105,247 listeners)

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

    Edan is known for his unlikely take on hip-hop culture, where traditional rap songs are often skewed by 60’s rock samples, tape echoes, and foreign language choruses (not to mention the off-beat humor and surrealist imagery incorporated via his lyrics).

  • ESG

    (105,760 listeners)

    funk, post-punk, no wave, new york

    Since their inception, ESG has affected post-punk, no wave, dance-punk, hip-hop, and various styles of dance music such as house. They fell in with the late '70s and early '80s NYC no wave and post-punk scene, they had their music sampled countless times, and they became a playlist staple at '70s and early '80s dance clubs like the Paradise Garage and the Music Box.

  • Hume

    (752 listeners)

    alternative, dada dollhouse, seen live

    Hume is an experimental rock band from Washington, DC consisting of Britton Powell, Wilson Ward, Peter Tran, and Joey Doubek.

  • Lickity Splits

    (6 listeners)

  • Lord Scrummage

    (486 listeners)

    psychedelic, electronic, michigan, scrummage university

  • Mailaikat Dan Singa

    (0 listeners)

  • Missoula Oblongata

    (1 listener)

  • Mouser

    (88 listeners)

    psychedelic, georgia, experimental, athens

    Mouser is an underground wonderband from Athens, GA. They have a prominent brass section and unpredictable melodies, along with screamed and whispered vocals.

  • Music Tapes

    (2,590 listeners)

    all, alternative rock, experimental rock, elephant 6

    Though the Music Tapes are seen primarily as a spinoff from the Elephant 6 music collective, which includes bands like Neutral Milk Hotel, the Olivia Tremor Control and the Apples in Stereo, they began as the brainchild of Julian Koster. As a 16 year-old, Koster conceived of his early recordings, like the "Silly Putty Symphony" as a surreal sound-world to escape into and share with friends.

  • New Sound Of Numbers

    (137 listeners)

  • Noot D'Noot

    (62 listeners)

    seen live

  • Quiet Hooves

    (1,573 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, psychedelic, indie, pop

  • Reptar

    (111,903 listeners)

    electronic, indie pop, indie, indie rock

    Athens, GA's breakout sexy groove machine Imagine you take a giant stuffed panda bear and you animate it using sparkling ultraviolet ray pulses. You also take Big Bird. You put them in a room to fight to the death with marshmallow swords.

  • Skeletons

    (17,663 listeners)

    experimental, funk, jazz, sludge

    Skeletons is a name of at least five acts: 1) A Oberlin, OH, USA five-piece progressive pop band (aka Skeletons and the Kings of All Cities, Skeletons & The Girl-Faced Boys and Skeletons and the Girl-Faced Boys), which uses the complexity of jazz patterns / experimentation and is currently residing in New York City. Their latest release is the album "People" (Apr 2011, Shinkoyo / Crammed Discs).

  • Van Dyke ParksUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (73,028 listeners)

    experimental, singer-songwriter, psychedelic, pop

    Van Dyke Parks (born January 3, 1943 in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, USA) is an American composer, arranger, producer, instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, author, and actor based in Pasadena, California. Parks is perhaps best known for his collaborations with musician Brian Wilson, and especially for his lyrical contributions to The Beach Boys' legendary Smile album.

  • Weekends

    (9,652 listeners)

    lo-fi, plurals, lithuanian, lithuanian rock

    There are 3 artists with this name: 1. An experimental lo-fi 2-piece from Baltimore, MD 2 The acoustic project of Pennsylvania singer/songwriter Fredric Oakman of Meadville, PA

  • Witches

    (17,072 listeners)

    korean, k-rock, ska, thrash metal

    There are four bands with the name Witches: 1. Witches (rock alternative pop. Korea) 2. Witches (alt/indie rock. Oxford, UK) 3. Witches (thrash metal. France) 4. Witches (indie punk. Athens, GA) 1. Witches (Korea) Witches are Ha Yang Soo (vocals), Woo Jae Jun (basses) and Shin Sun Ho (drums).