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  • 1995

    (18,036 listeners)

    rap, french rap, hip hop, hip-hop

    There are multiple artists with this name: 1) Pronounced "Un-Double Neuf-Cinq" (One double nine Five). A French hip-hop group from the Paris Suburb (Montrouge 92). Composed of 6 members: Nekfeu (or Fennek), Alpha Wann (or Phaal), Sneazzy, areno Jaz, Fonky Flav' and Dj Lo. It is part of the collective "L'Entourage".

  • Airbourne

    (344,824 listeners)

    hard rock, rock, australian, rock n roll

    Airbourne is a rock and roll band from Warrnambool, Australia. The band was formed in 2003 by brothers Joel and Ryan O'Keefe (who were later joined by David Roads and Justin Street), who have grown up with a healthy respect for the fine art that is ''foot to the floor rock n' roll''.

  • Andrew Tidball

    (0 listeners)

  • Andrew W.K.

    (318,488 listeners)

    rock, hard rock, party, metal

    Andrew W.K. was born Andrew Wilkes-Krier in Stanford, California in 1979, before moving to Michigan at age 4. He began piano lessons promptly at age 5, studying at The University Of Michigan School Of Music Pedagogy program. By his early teens Andrew had already exhibited great enthusiasm and talent for both music and the visual arts.

  • Aural Trash

    (93 listeners)

  • Bang! Bang! Eche!

    (15,719 listeners)

    dance punk, indie, new zealand, electronic

    Bang! Bang! Eche! are a dance punk band from Christchurch, New Zealand. Members include T'Nealle, Charlie, James (God Destroyer) and Zach. myspace.com/bangbangeche.

  • Billy TK

    (6 listeners)

    Billy TK (Billy Te Kahika) is a Māori guitarist, born in Palmerston North, New Zealand. He has often been touted as the Māori Jimi Hendrix, and is one of the most respected and technically proficient guitarists in New Zealand today.

  • Birds of TokyoUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (96,187 listeners)

    australian, alternative rock, rock, alternative

    1) Birds of Tokyo are a four-piece alternative rock band from Perth, Western Australia that formed in 2004. Their debut album, Day One, gained them domestic success with it reaching No.

  • Black Milk

    (167,706 listeners)

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

    There are multiple artists with this name: Black Milk, is a hip hop producer and MC from Detroit, Michigan.

  • Booka Shade

    (445,939 listeners)

    minimal, electronic, electro, house

    Even by Booka Shade's unusually frenetic standards, the past 12 months have been intense. Since the release of their fourth album, ‘More!’, the Berlin-based duo, Arno Kammermeier and Walter Merziger, have been touring almost non-stop. And loving every minute of it.

  • Bulletproof

    (19,257 listeners)

    drum and bass, neurofunk, dnb, drum n bass

    1) Bulletproof (Jay Cyanide) is a Drum and Bass/Dubstep producer from Auckland, New Zealand. For over a decade, the name "BULLETPROOF" has stood for nothing less than the futuristic "Neurofunk" style of dance floor drum & bass. His relentless passion and devotion to Drum & Bass established Jay Bulletproof as one of the nations leading Drum & Bass DJ's & Producers.

  • Cansei de Ser Sexy

    (816,525 listeners)

    electronic, indie, brazilian, female vocalists

    Cansei de Ser Sexy (commonly known as CSS) is a band from São Paulo, Brazil, formed in 2003. The band name is Portuguese for “Tired of Being Sexy” (taken from something Beyoncé once commented to the press: “I am tired of being sexy”).

  • Computers Want Me Dead

    (3,251 listeners)

    electronic, indie, alternative, electronica

    Sam Harvey, Damien Daniels make up Computers Want Me dead a self described New Zealand, electro, indie, pop band. Computers Want Me Dead have a very unique electronic style. In June 2009 their song We Walk in Circles was used in a C4TV advert.

  • Crystal Castles

    (1,320,630 listeners)

    electronic, 8-bit, new rave, electro

    Crystal Castles is an experimental electronic band which formed in 2003 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and consists of producer Ethan Kath and vocalist Alice Glass. They are named after the lyrics "The fate of the world is safe in Crystal Castles" and "Crystal Castles, the source of all power" both from the theme song for She-Ra's fortress.

  • Deftones

    (1,528,432 listeners)

    nu metal, metal, alternative, alternative rock

    Deftones is an American Rock/Alternative Metal band from Sacramento, California, formed in 1988, consisting of Chino Moreno (lead vocals and guitar), Stephen Carpenter (guitar), Chi Cheng (bass), Frank Delgado (keyboards and turntables), and Abe Cunningham (drums and percussion).

  • Die Antwoord

    (294,827 listeners)

    hip-hop, rap, afrikaans, next level beats

    Formed in Cape Town, South Africa during Spring 2009, Die Antwoord is an Afrikaans futuristic rap rave crew consisting of Ninja (Watkin Tudor "Waddy" Jones of MaxNormal.TV) and Yo-Landi Vi$$er. DJ Hi-Tek keeps the beats nice and dirty.

  • Die! Die! Die!

    (30,657 listeners)

    post-punk, new zealand, punk, indie rock

    Die! Die! Die! is a punk three-piece from Dunedin, New Zealand, formed in late 2003 and formerly signed to Flying Nun Records.

  • DJ CXL

    (94 listeners)

    hip hop, boring, new zealand, big day out

    New Zealand Hip Hop heavyweight DJCXL has been terrorising the 1200’s forthe last decade. After winning the 2003 NZ DMC finals, the 2003 regional DMC finals, CXL then went on to represent NZ at the DMC World finals in London placing in the top 12. He is also the 2001, 2002 & 2003 ITF regional champ...

  • DJ Meltron

    (54 listeners)

  • Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros

    (868,999 listeners)

    folk, indie, indie folk, indie pop

    Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros is an American indie-folk ensemble band led by Alex Ebert, vocalist of the power-pop group Ima Robot. The band's first full-length recording, Up from Below, was released July 7, 2009 digitally and July 14, 2009 physically on Vagrant Records. Its first show as a full band was played July 18, 2007 at the Troubadour in West Hollywood, California.

  • Family Cactus

    (1,906 listeners)

    new zealand, indie, wellington, kiwi

    Family Cactus hail from Wellington, New Zealand. The seven-piece has drawn members from across the country, and the world — from Germany to Zimbabwe! They released their debut album Come Howling to critical acclaim in NZ in mid 2009, and the US in April 2010.

  • General LeeUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (10,890 listeners)

    post-metal, sludge, post-hardcore, french

    There is more than one artist named General Lee: 1) post-rock, post-metal and hardcore General Lee band from Béthune, France.

  • Ghost

    (152,745 listeners)

    heavy metal, psychedelic rock, doom metal, psychedelic

    There are at least 17 artists that have used the name Ghost: 1. A Swedish heavy metal band 2. A Japanese experimental rock band 3. A British trip-hop producer 4. A British dubstep collaboration 5. A Jamaican reggae musician

  • Grayson Gilmour

    (1,887 listeners)

    new zealand, indie, under 2000 listeners, indie pop

    So, perhaps I could fabricate some romantic story about some 'KID' who turns to music during their early teens in an effort to save 'HIM OR HER' from the boredom of small town New Zealand.

  • Grinderman

    (244,702 listeners)

    garage rock, rock, alternative, alternative rock

    Grinderman was an Australian-British alternative rock band that formed in London, United Kingdom, in 2006. Since its inception, the band included Nick Cave (vocals, guitar, organ, piano), Warren Ellis (tenor guitar, electric mandolin, violin, viola, guitar, backing vocals), Martyn P. Casey (bass, guitar, backing vocals) and Jim Sclavunos (drums, percussion, backing vocals).

  • Harry The Bastard

    (820 listeners)

    chillout, trip-hop, chillout beats ambient triphop house electro trance techno pop, to sus

  • Home Brew

    (4,073 listeners)

    new zealand, hip-hop, underground hip-hop, rap

    Amazing hip hop from Auckland New Zealand. Enough said. Listen and buy their 2012 double album, or get their EP's for free, here: http://homebrew.bandcamp.com/

  • I Am Giant

    (8,890 listeners)

    alternative rock, rock, indie, new zealand

    Although they are considered a New Zealand band, I Am Giant formed somewhere around Banbury, England. The band consists of Ed Martin - vocals, Paul Matthews on the bass, Shelton Woolright on the drums, and Aja Timu on the guitar. Their debut album, The Horrifying Truth is out now.

  • Josh on Decks

    (1 listener)

  • Kids of 88

    (90,266 listeners)

    electronic, indie, new wave, electroclash

    Kids of 88 are a Psychedelic New Wave duo from Auckland, New Zealand signed to independent label Dryden Street.

  • Knives at Noon

    (1,033 listeners)

    all, new zealand, creative commons, electro-rock

    Knives at Noon are a four piece who sleep in Dunedin, New Zealand. They have been credited as being the pioneers of "Doom Pop", a genre which will not be recognised until after 2030.

  • Kody & Bic

    (31 listeners)

  • KORA

    (39,091 listeners)

    dub, reggae, new zealand, polish

    There are multiple artists with this name: 1) Kora is a 5 piece band with huge live presence - vocal harmonies sailing on a powerhouse rhythm section. Solid musicians, the 4 brothers & Dan, hail from Wellington & Whakatane, Aotearoa (New Zealand).

  • LCD Soundsystem

    (1,368,442 listeners)

    electronic, indie, dance, electronica

    LCD Soundsystem was the musical project of producer James Murphy, co-founder of dance-punk label DFA Records. Formed in 2001 in New York City, New York, United States, the music of LCD Soundsystem can also be described as a mix of alternative dance and post punk, along with elements of disco and other styles.

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

    (36,224 listeners)

    stoner rock, desert rock, stoner, hard rock

    There are three bands with the name Lowrider 1) LOWRIDER (Australian Band - not main picture) 2) Lowrider (Swedish band) (As pictured) 3) Lowrider Band (now touring as 'WAR')

  • Luger Boa

    (424 listeners)

    new zealand, garage rock, rock, 2000s

    Following the decision by New Zealand's garage rock behemoth THE D4 to go on extended hiatus, vocalist and guitarist Jimmy Christmas retreated into the WILDS of Auckland's Central City and began work on a STRANGE NEW PROJECT.

  • Lupe Fiasco

    (1,834,954 listeners)

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

    Wasalu Muhammad Jaco (born February 16, 1982 in Chicago, Illinois), better known by his stage name Lupe Fiasco, is a Grammy Award-winning American hip-hop artist and producer. He first became known to the mainstream hip-hop community in 2005 when he appeared on Kanye West's album Late Registration on the track "Touch the Sky.

  • M.I.A.

    (1,455,989 listeners)

    hip-hop, electronic, female vocalists, dance

    There are five known artists under this name: (1) Mathangi “Maya” Arulpragasam, a British alternative dance musician and graphic artist of Tamil descent. (2) An 80’s American punk/hardcore band (3) An Argentinian progressive folk collective (4) An alias of Raphael Merriweathers Jr.

  • Mt Eden

    (146,172 listeners)

    dubstep, drum and bass, electronic, dnb

    As dubstep production duo Mt Eden (formerly Mt Eden Dubstep), Jesse Cooper and Harley Rayner are truly putting New Zealand - and dubstep as a genre - on the map.

  • Plan B

    (511,250 listeners)

    hip-hop, british, grime, rap

    At least seven artists have used the name Plan B: 1. A popular rapper, singer and musician from England 2. An indie rock musician from Seattle, WA. 3. A hardcore band from Croatia 4. A rock band from Berlin, Germany

  • PNAU

    (280,686 listeners)

    electronic, australian, dance, electro

    Pnau is an Australian dance music duo originating from Sydney, Australia. The duo consists of musicians Nick Littlemore (vocals, production) and Peter Mayes (guitar, production).

  • Primal Scream

    (848,206 listeners)

    rock, indie, electronic, alternative

    Primal Scream are an alternative rock band from Glasgow, Scotland, originally formed in 1982 by Bobby Gillespie and Jim Beattie. The current lineup include Bobby Gillespie (vocals; former The Wake bassist and The Jesus & Mary Chain drummer), Andrew Innes (guitars), Barrie Cadogan (guitars), Martin Duffy (keyboards; former Felt keyboardist), Debbie Googe (bass) and Darrin Mooney (drums).

  • Rammstein

    (1,614,384 listeners)

    industrial metal, metal, industrial, german

    Rammstein is a German metal band which was formed in 1994, in Berlin, and consists of Till Lindemann (lead vocals), Richard Kruspe (lead guitar and backing vocals), Paul Landers (rhythm guitar, backing vocals), Oliver Riedel (bass guitar, "Ollie"), Christoph Schneider (drums and Electronic percussion, "Doom") and Christian Lorenz (keyboards, "Flake").

  • Ratatat

    (760,186 listeners)

    electronic, instrumental, indie, electronica

    Ratatat, from Brooklyn, New York, United States is an electronic music duo: guitarist Mike Stroud and synthesizer driver and producer Evan Mast (E*Vax).

  • Red Bacteria Vacuum

    (3,660 listeners)

    punk, japanese, punk rock, female vocalists

    RED BACTERIA VACUUM are a hardcore punk band hailing from Osaka. They've been active since 1998 and tour a lot in the USA. Line-up: IKUM! (Guitar, vocals.) KASSAN (Bass, vocals) Jasmine (Drums)

  • Red Falcon

    (2 listeners)

  • Reggie Watts

    (30,434 listeners)

    funk, beatbox, soul, electronic

    Reggie Watts (born March 23, 1972) is a Brooklyn, New York-based comedian and musician. His shows are mostly improvised and consist of stream of consciousness stand-up in various shifting personae, mixed with loop pedal-based a cappella compositions. He performs regularly on television, radio, and in live theater.

  • Shihad

    (34,789 listeners)

    new zealand, rock, hard rock, kiwi

    Shihad is a four-piece band from New Zealand, comprised of Jon Toogood (guitar/vocals), Tom Larkin (drums), Karl Kippenberger (bass) and Phil Knight (guitar). Its style is best described as "hard rock", although it were described as "metal" in its formative years.

  • Sia

    (1,325,926 listeners)

    female vocalists, chillout, indie, downtempo

    Sia Kate Isobelle Furler (born 18 December 1975) or simply Sia, is an Australian pop, downtempo, and jazz singer and songwriter. In 2000, her single, "Taken for Granted" was a top 10 hit in the United Kingdom. Her 2008 album, Some People Have Real Problems peaked in the top 30 on the Billboard 200.

  • Six60

    (10,664 listeners)

    new zealand, reggae, dubstep, roots

    Bonding over a shared love of NZ music and passion for making their own, Six60 formed after meeting at a Kora concert in 2006. Three members flatted together as Otago Uni students, spending countless hours in their recording studio (Eli's room) at number 660 on notorious Castle St.