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  • Foster the People

    (1,440,083 listeners)

    indie, indie pop, alternative, american

    Foster the People is an indie rock/indie pop band that formed in Los Angeles, California, United States in 2009. The band consists of Mark Foster (vocals, guitar, keyboards), Cubbie Fink (bass, vocals) and Mark Pontius (drums). The band released their debut self-titled EP in January 2011.

  • Razorlight

    (1,389,195 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, british, rock

    Razorlight is an Anglo-Swedish band formed in London, United Kingdom in the summer of 2002 around singer/writer Johnny Borrell.

  • Simian Mobile Disco

    (797,994 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.

  • The Naked and Famous

    (799,232 listeners)

    indie, electronic, indie pop, electro pop

    The Naked and Famous are a five piece indie band hailing from Auckland, New Zealand. The band comprises Thom Powers, Alisa Xayalith, Aaron Short, David Beadle and Jesse Wood. According to the Young Blood Songfacts, they took the name from a line in UK trip hop singer-songwriter Tricky's track, Tricky Kid.

  • Little Dragon

    (684,788 listeners)

    trip-hop, electronic, female vocalists, chillout

    Little Dragon is an electronic music group formed in 2006 and based in Göteborg, Sweden. The band is made up of Yukimi Nagano (vocals), Fredrick Källgren (bass), Håkan Wirenstrand (keyboards) and Erik Bodin (drums). Their new album 'Nabuma Rubberband' was released on May 13, 2014 on Loma Vista.

  • Grouplove

    (648,788 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, indie pop, alternative

    Grouplove is an indie pop band which formed in 2009 in Los Angeles, California, United States. The band consists of Christian Zucconi (vocals, guitar), Hannah Hooper (vocals, keyboards), Andrew Wessen (vocals, guitar), Sean Gadd (bass, vocals), and Ryan Rabin (drums).

  • Young the Giant

    (631,998 listeners)

    indie rock, indie, rock, american

    Young the Giant are an American alternative rock band who formed in Irvine, California in 2004. The band consists of Sameer Gadhia (vocals, percussion), Jacob Tilley (guitar), Eric Cannata (guitar), Payam Doostzadeh (bass) and François Comtois (drums). The band's name is purposefully nonsensical; Gadhia explained it as a "leftfield idea" meant to evoke curiosity.

  • Okkervil River

    (617,868 listeners)

    indie, folk, indie rock, alt-country

    Okkervil River is an indie/folk rock band from Austin, Texas USA. Formed in 1998, the band takes its name from a short story by Russian author Tatyana Tolstaya.

  • The Sounds

    (582,141 listeners)

    indie, swedish, rock, female vocalists

    There are multiple artists that have used this name: 1) A Swedish New Wave group 2) A Finnish instrumental rock band in the early 1960s 3) A 1950's doo wop group on the Cascade label 4) A danish pigtraad group 5) A popular Greek band of the 60s with the big hits "To mathima" ("The lesson") and "Apopse se thelo" ("Tonight I want you").

  • The View

    (520,012 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, british, scottish

    The View is the name of two bands: 1. A four-piece indie rock/punk rock band from Dundee, Scotland. 2. A five-piece alternative pop-rock band from Sydney, Australia, now known as Planet of the Stereos.

  • SBTRKT

    (501,099 listeners)

    electronic, dubstep, future garage, uk garage

    SBTRKT is Aaron Jerome, a producer based in London. He performs behind a mask every time he plays out. 5 things about SBTRKT: 1) His live show includes his main collaborator Sampha on vocals and keyboards. 2) The name came about to create a musical identity separate from any single person.

  • Art Brut

    (490,960 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, british, rock

    There are at least two different artists which use the name Art Brut 1. An indie rock band from England 2. A free jazz group 1) Art Brut is an indie rock band which formed in London, England in 2003. The current line-up consists of Eddie Argos (vocals), Ian Catskilkin (guitar), Friederike "Freddy" Feedback (bass), Toby Macfarlaine (guitar) and Stephen Gilchrist (drums).

  • Starfucker

    (471,171 listeners)

    electronic, indie pop, indie, portland

    1. Starfucker (also known as STRFKR) Founded by Josh Hodges (2007) in Portland, OR. Band now includes: Keil Corcoran, Shawn Glassford, Patrick Morris. They have released 3 LP's: "Starfucker", "Reptilians" and "Miracle Mile"

  • Hadouken!

    (446,014 listeners)

    new rave, electronic, indie, british

    Hadouken! are a band formed in 2006 at the University of Leeds, United Kingdom by vocalist James Smith (born 1985) and guitarist Daniel "Pilau" Rice (born 1986).

  • Saint Etienne

    (419,628 listeners)

    electronic, pop, female vocalists, indie pop

    Saint Etienne are an indie dance/indie pop trio which formed in Croydon, England in 1990. The band was founded by journalist Bob Stanley (born December 25, 1964) and Pete Wiggs (born May 15, 1966) in Croydon, UK, January 1990. After recording 2 singles with guest singers, Sarah Cracknell (born April 12, 1967, Chelmsford, Essex) joined as a full member.

  • Benjamin Francis Leftwich

    (411,245 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, indie, indie folk

    Benjamin Francis Leftwich (Born September 4, 1989) is an English singer-songwriter from York. Leftwich began playing music at the age of ten and grew up listening to The Rolling Stones and Nina Simone before discovering such singer-songwriters as Nick Drake, Bob Dylan, and Elliott Smith.

  • The Lemonheads

    (397,669 listeners)

    indie, alternative, alternative rock, rock

    The Lemonheads are an American alternative rock band, originally from Boston, Massachusetts, but now based in New York City. The primary (and only consistent) member is Evan Dando.

  • Guillemots

    (379,780 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, british, alternative

    Guillemots is a London-based avant-garde pop and indie rock band, formed in November 2004. They consist of: Fyfe Dangerfield from Birmingham in England (a.k.a.

  • Miles Kane

    (355,747 listeners)

    british, indie, indie rock, rock

    Miles Kane (born 17th March 1986) is an English musician. He is best known for sharing lead responsibilities and writing with Alex Turner in their side-project The Last Shadow Puppets.

  • The Joy Formidable

    (353,936 listeners)

    indie rock, indie, female vocalists, british

    The Joy Formidable are an indie rock band formed in 2007 in North Wales, United Kingdom, currently located in London, England. The group members are Ritzy Bryan (vocals, guitar), Rhydian Dafydd (bass, backing vocals), and Matt Thomas (drums). Their music has been described as "primal epic grunge rock à la The Breeders, Arcade Fire and Yeah Yeah Yeahs".

  • Oh Land

    (341,678 listeners)

    electronic, female vocalists, danish, experimental

    Oh Land is a Danish singer-songwriter and record producer, whose birth name is Nanna Øland Fabricius.

  • British Sea Power

    (323,080 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, british, alternative

    British Sea Power are a six-piece indie rock band based in Brighton, England, although three of the band hail originally from Kendal in Cumbria.

  • Gang Gang Dance

    (260,980 listeners)

    experimental, avant-garde, noise, indie

    Gang Gang Dance is a music group based in New York City, signed to the the 4AD record label. Members were previously seen in Washington DC's The Cranium, NYC's Angel Blood, Actress, and Ssab Songs (with Harmony Korine).

  • Yuck

    (247,959 listeners)

    indie rock, lo-fi, shoegaze, alternative

    Yuck is an alternative / noise pop band which formed in London, England in 2009. The band consists of Max Bloom (guitar, vocals), Mariko Doi (bass, vocals) and Jonny Rogoff (drums). The band was originally formed with Daniel Blumberg (ex-front man) and Max Bloom, but Blumberg decided to leave the band early 2013 to focus on his music project Hebronix.

  • The Qemists

    (230,578 listeners)

    drum and bass, electronic, ninja tune, drum n bass

    The Qemists are a drum and bass group from Brighton, United Kingdom signed to Ninja Tune indie record label based in London. The band consists of Dan Arnold, Leon Harris and Liam Black.

  • Villagers

    (235,038 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, indie, irish

    Villagers are an Irish band from Dublin fronted by Conor J. O'Brien. They have performed at several music festivals and toured with Tracy Chapman, Bell X1 and Tindersticks. They have one EP, titled Hollow Kind (2009). Their debut album Becoming a Jackal was released in 2010 and was shortlisted for that year's Mercury Prize and their second album {Awayland} was released in 2013.

  • Those Dancing Days

    (215,975 listeners)

    swedish, indie pop, indie, female vocalists

    Those Dancing Days were an indie pop band with northern soul and girl-group influences, from Nacka, a suburb of Stockholm, Sweden, formed in 2005. The band consisted of five young girls from Stockholm - Linnea Jönsson (vocals). Lisa Pyk Wirström (organ), Rebecka Rolfart (guitar), Mimmi Evrell (bass) and Cissi Efraimsson (drums).

  • Wolf Gang

    (213,343 listeners)

    indie, electronic, british, indie pop

    You may have heard of Wolf Gang already. The 23-year-old singer, real name Max McElligott, was the curious creator of singles ‘Pieces Of You’ and ‘The King And All Of His Men’. Supports with Florence And The Machine, Miike Snow and Metric – as well as his own sold-out show at London’s hip White Heat night – have cemented his status as one to most definitely watch.

  • White Denim

    (201,871 listeners)

    indie rock, garage rock, indie, rock

    White Denim is a bluesy, jazzy, garage-rock trio, hailing from Austin, Texas USA. According to vocalist/guitarist James Petralli, White Denim’s songs are the musical manifestations of abstract paintings or philosophical tracts. He explained to UK music magazine the NME: "The things that I like to read are generally abstract.

  • Dry the River

    (199,299 listeners)

    folk, indie, indie folk, british

    Dry the River are a folk rock band from Stratford, London, UK, formed in spring 2009. Frontman Peter Liddle decribes their sound as "folky gospel music played by a post-punk band". Currently, the band consists of Peter Liddle (vocals, guitar), Matthew Taylor (guitar, keys, vocals), Scott Miller (bass, percussion, vocals) and Jon Warren (drums, percussion).

  • Tanlines

    (203,046 listeners)

    electronic, chillwave, indietronica, electro

    Tanlines are an electronic and indie rock duo from Brooklyn, NY composed of percussionist Jesse Cohen and guitarist/vocalist Eric Emm. Their influence is drawn from various genres including pop, indie, dance, and world music. Tanlines' debut album Mixed Emotions was released on March 20, 2012 and reached #2 on the Billboard Heatseekers album chart.

  • Hudson Mohawke

    (195,624 listeners)

    electronic, experimental, hip-hop, instrumental hip-hop

    Hudson Mohawke, (b. Ross Birchard), also known as DJ Itchy, Hudson Mo or Hud Mo, is an Electronic music producer/DJ from Glasgow, Scotland, affiliated with the LuckyMe collective of musicians and artists. He is signed to Warp Records and G.O.O.D. Music. Hudson released his debut album Butter in October 2009.

  • Little Comets

    (189,295 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, british, alternative

    Little Comets are a band from Newcastle whose musical style has been likened to Vampire Weekend. Using inopportune moments and a musical alphabet as deep as the sea, little comets are currently traversing a sextet of cities with nothing but shine in the apples of their eyes.

  • Lethal Bizzle

    (167,613 listeners)

    grime, hip-hop, uk garage, rap

    Lethal Bizzle (also known as Lethal B) is one of the fastest growing East London Grime artists. In December, 2004 he released "Pow (Forward)", also known as "Forward Riddim", which was banned from airplay by some mainstream stations; it entered the UK Singles Chart at number 11 in the first chart of 2005.

  • Lone

    (149,394 listeners)

    idm, electronic, ambient, hip-hop

    1) Known to his friends and family as Matt Cutler, Lone started life as a bedroom child producer in Nottingham experimenting with hiphop, early 90's hardcore, techno and electronic music for years before dropping his lush, dream-hop début opus "Lemurian" on local label Dealmaker back in 2008 to critical acclaim from all areas of the industry…

  • Cloud Control

    (144,730 listeners)

    indie, australian, folk, indie pop

    With affirmation of their brilliance in from their homeland, being awarded the critically acclaimed Australian Music Award Cloud Control are set to unleash their stellar collection of quirky layered harmonic psyche-pop on the rest of the world.

  • Star Slinger

    (141,331 listeners)

    instrumental hip-hop, funk, electronica, instrumental

    Star Slinger is a Producer, DJ & Writer from the UK. http://soundcloud.com/starslingeruk http://twitter.com/starslingeruk http://facebook.com/starslingeruk

  • King Charles

    (142,447 listeners)

    indie, british, folk, singer-songwriter

    King Charles is a singer-songwriter whose sound has been described as everything from psychedelic rock to folk-pop. Born and raised in London, Charles fell in love with country music, took up the guitar, and was writing his own music by the age of 17.

  • Ghostpoet

    (141,242 listeners)

    electronic, beats, abstract hip-hop, experimental

    Ghostpoet (born Obaro Ejimiwe, 18 January 1983) is a Mercury Music Prize Nominee from Coventry, UK, raised somewhere between London, Coventry, Nigeria and Dominica.

  • Johnny Foreigner

    (135,396 listeners)

    indie rock, indie, british, alternative

    Johnny Foreigner is an indie rock band from Digbeth in Birmingham, England. As of 2012, the band consists of guitarists Alexei Berrow and Lewes Herriot, drummer Junior Elvis Washington Laidley and bassist Kelly Southern.

  • Still Corners

    (133,658 listeners)

    dream pop, lo-fi, indie pop, chillout

    Still Corners is a band that formed in 2008 in London, England. The group consists of duo Tessa Murray (vocals) and Greg Hughes (multi-instrumentalist/producer). Since 2008 they've been joined by Leon Dufficy (guitar) and Luke Jarvis (bass) for live performances. Jack Gooderham (drums) joined the live band in 2013.

  • Veronica Falls

    (131,325 listeners)

    indie pop, lo-fi, indie, twee

    Veronica Falls are an indie pop band which formed in London, England, United Kingdom in 2009. The band consists of Roxanne Clifford (vocals, guitar), James Hoare (guitar, vocals), Marion Herbain (bass) and Patrick Doyle (drums, vocals). The members of the band were formerly in the bands The Royal We and Sexy Kids.

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

    (133,493 listeners)

    folk, female vocalists, british, singer-songwriter

    There are at least two bands named The Staves: 1) The Staves are a three girls folk-rock band from the UK. 2) The Staves are a baroque pop band from NYC. 1) The Staves are a three girls folk-rock band from the UK.

  • Kyla La Grange

    (130,310 listeners)

    indie, female vocalists, folk, singer-songwriter

    Kyla La Grange, part South-African and part Zimbabwean, was born in Watford, London. Kyla won a place at Cambridge University, where she studied Philosophy.

  • Housse de Racket

    (119,974 listeners)

    french, indie, electronic, indie rock

    "Winners of runs, losers in love" is the leitmotiv of Housse de Racket. It is first and foremost a smart, sport concept, a musical match between two childhood friends devoted to love and sport. Not sufficiently heavy weight to become high-level sportsmen, Pierre and Victor opted for high flying pop music.

  • Marnie Stern

    (116,752 listeners)

    math rock, experimental, noise rock, indie rock

    Marnie Stern (born March 18, 1976) is a musician, songwriter, and guitarist from New York City. She has garnered acclaim for her technical skill and tapping style of guitar play.

  • MNDR

    (109,985 listeners)

    synthpop, electronic, electropop, female vocalists

    MNDR is an electronic music duo, formed in 2009 in New York City, consisting of Amanda Warner and Peter Wade.

  • Dananananaykroyd

    (102,959 listeners)

    indie rock, post-hardcore, indie, scottish

    Dananananaykroyd were an indie rock band which formed in 2006 in Glasgow, Scotland. The band's final line-up consisted of Calum Gunn (vocals, drums), Duncan Robertson (guitar), David Roy (guitar), Ryan McGinness (bass), John Baillie Jr. (vocals) and Paul Carlin (drums).

  • The King Blues

    (100,138 listeners)

    ska, punk, reggae, folk

    The King Blues were a political band who fused ska and folk together with punk rock influences. They came from London, England and formed in 2004. On April 3rd 2012 the band split up indefinitely.

  • Laurel Halo

    (96,148 listeners)

    experimental, electronic, witch house, dream pop

    Laurel Halo is a producer and electronic musician from Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States.  Influenced by her Midwest roots, the music speaks to new club ecologies, explored via abstracted rhythms, chaotic ambience and moody jazz elements.  As Halo once told to The Wire Magazine, "Techno is a meditative force that can process darkness and remove problems.