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  • Alex Khoury

    (1,338 listeners)

    indie rock

  • Alex Skolnick Trio

    (28,241 listeners)

    jazz, fusion, instrumental, guitar virtuoso

    The Alex Skolnick Trio was born in 2001. A former heavy metal guitar hero with the San Francisco based group Testament, Alex had decided to leave the Bay Area, move to New York, soak up the jazz scene and go back to school to earn his music degree from New School University.

  • Alex Winston

    (130,381 listeners)

    indie, indie pop, female vocalists, american

    Alex Winston is a singer/songwriter/guitarist based out of Detroit. Though classically trained in opera, Little Richard, The Beach Boys and The Cardigans are some of her musical favorites.


    (174,757 listeners)

    folk, indie, pop, singer-songwriter

    There are several artists named "Alexander": In addition it could be a damaged title listing error for The Alexander. 1. Alexander is the first name of Alexander Ebert, lead singer of Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros and Ima Robot. He uses the name for his solo work and recently released his self-titled debut on March 1st, 2011 in North America. The first single from the album was "Truth".

  • Alexis Foxe

    (691 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, swing, cabaret, pop

    Alexis Foxe is a musical provocateur. Every song on “To Have and Want More” has a flavor all it’s own. From the 1940’s Big Band feel of the title track to the futurist pop synth style of “Revel Without a Cause,” Foxe shows her unique capacity to blend a wide 
variety of sounds.

  • Alistair Griffin

    (9,487 listeners)

    british, pop, singer-songwriter, britpop

    Alistair Griffin is a British singer songwriter from Yorkshire with a distinctive pure toned voice. He plays acoustic guitar and also sings lead vocals with his own band, Blue Nun. His music encompasses a wide variety of different styles, from light jangly pop to simple acoustic love songs; from anthemic ballads to full on rock.

  • All Tiny Creatures

    (12,031 listeners)

    electronic, ambient, post rock, rock

    Stacked melodies, distorted organs, stretched chords, reimagined vocals: Collections of Colonies of Bees/ Volcano Choir multi-instrumentalist Thomas Wincek drops his Emotional Joystick handle for the glorious themes of All Tiny Creatures.

  • Allie Moss

    (75,186 listeners)

    female vocalists, acoustic, singer-songwriter, indie

    New Jersey singer, vocal coach and guitarist Allie Moss, released her own EP Passerby in 2009. She regularly performs as lead guitarist for singer/songwriter and friend Ingrid Michaelson. While not performing on Ingrid's 2010 European tour, Allie returned to the fold during the summer of 2010 for a State-side tour.

  • Allstar Tribute Jam for Gary Claxton

    (0 listeners)

  • Alpha Consumer

    (808 listeners)

    seen live in concert, instrumental, minnesota, friend

  • Alpha RevUp-and-coming artist (from the Hype Chart)

    (27,608 listeners)

    indie, alternative, indie rock, alternative rock

    Seven-piece Texan group Alpha Rev meld classical instrumentation with rock. They were formed in 2005 by singer-songwriter Casey McPherson after the break-up of his previous band Endochine. The band also comprises Derek Dunivan (guitar), Tommy Roalson (drums), Dave Wiley (cello), Alex Dunlap (bass), Brian Lewis Batch (violin) and Derek Morris (keyboards)

  • Altaar

    (1,582 listeners)

    black metal, drone, experimental, funeral doom

    Drone band from Oslo, Norway.

  • Alvarez Kings

    (11,584 listeners)

    indie rock, indie, british, sheffield

    Alvarez Kings story starts from their humble roots in South Yorkshire. Rising to popularity quickly the band would go on to sell out hometown shows, selling out of their first two releases and culminating in their latest offering No Resolve being named Single of The Year by BBC Radio Sheffield as well as coveting local awards including Best Band and Best EP.

  • Alyssa Bernal

    (7,410 listeners)

    acoustic, pop, folk, female vocalists

    Alyssa Brianne Bernal a.k.a. hchsknights08 was born and raised at San Antonio, Texas on December 22, 1989. She chose hchsknights08 as her screen name because, hchsknights is the name of her cheerleading team and she said, "If I only knew that this will be big then I should've chose Alyssa Bernal or something." She attracts every person who visits her channel everyday.

  • AM

    (40,322 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, indie, am, silverlake

    AM is an indie rock band formed in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Silverlake, California . New Album Future Sons & Daughters was produced by Charles Newman (Magnetic Fields).

  • AM & Shawn Lee

    (25,324 listeners)

    psychedelic, soul, funk, alternative

    AM & Shawn Lee, is more than the sum of its already formidable parts. On their new album Outlines, the transatlantic duo AM & Shawn Lee continue their journey forward via the past digging heavily into obscure soul, sound library and soundtracks for inspiration and re-imagine them through a pop lens.

  • Amanda Shires

    (11,805 listeners)

    texas, folk, americana, country

    Amanda Shires was born and raised in Lubbock and Mineral Wells, TX. At the age of ten, smitten by the sight of a green and orange pawn shop fiddle, Amanda quickly became obsessed with the instrument and the sounds of western swing and country fiddle.

  • Amber Asylum

    (37,892 listeners)

    neoclassical, ambient, dark ambient, ethereal

    Amber Asylum is a highly-variable San Francisco-based music group that serves as a platform for composer, singer, and multi-instrumentalist Kris Force.

  • Amen Dunes

    (44,288 listeners)

    lo-fi, psychedelic, folk, experimental

    Amen Dunes, the solo project of Damon McMahon, began with recordings made in the fall of 2006 in upstate New York.

  • American Bang

    (16,013 listeners)

    rock, garage rock, nashville, southern rock

    American Bang (formerly known as Bang Bang Bang) is a Nashville-based Southern rock band featuring Jaren Johnston (formerly of The Kicks) on vocals and guitar, Ben Brown and Neil Mason (both formerly of Llama) on lead guitar and drums respectively, Kelby Caldwell on bass.

  • American Fangs

    (1,742 listeners)

    sxsw 2013, sxsw 2011, afropunk, rock

    American Fangs, out of Houston, Tx, got tired of walking the hamster wheel and decided to make an album that hopefully makes you want to quit your day-job and do something REAL. Punch you in the paycheck guitars against Nevermind era-Drums and Rhythm section. For Fans of: Foo Fighters, Deftones, Chevelle, Incubus, Kings Of Leon & Stone Temple Pilots.

  • American Music Club

    (91,422 listeners)

    indie, alt-country, indie rock, sadcore

    American Music Club (often abbreviated AMC) is a San Francisco-based band led by singer-songwriter Mark Eitzel. They've been recording and playing in SF clubs since the mid 1980's, showing a remarkable longevity for a band that has been far more critically acclaimed than financially successful.

  • American Scarecrows

    (339 listeners)

  • Amos The Transparent

    (6,365 listeners)

    canadian, indie, alternative, rock

    Amos the Transparent is the brainchild of Ottawa songwriter Jonathan Chandler – a soft-spoken talent with a faultless ear.

  • Amplified Heat

    (7,361 listeners)

    stoner rock, stoner, hard rock, american

    Amplified Heat Jim Ortiz: guitar/vocals Gian Ortiz: bass/vocals Chris Ortiz: drums Formed into Amplified Heat in 2003 after a 7 year existence as Blues Condition. Debut EP release in 2003, signed to Arclight Records in 2004. Recorded label debut "In For Sin" and followed with a North American tour with Dixie Witch in October of the same year.

  • Amusement Parks On Fire

    (87,085 listeners)

    shoegaze, post-rock, indie rock, indie

    Amusement Parks on Fire are an English shoegaze band from Nottingham. The band was formed by Michael Feerick in 2004, who wrote and performed their self-titled debut album entirely by himself.

  • Amy LaVere

    (22,900 listeners)

    alt-country, female vocalists, indie, americana

    Amy LaVere is an American singer, songwriter, upright bass player and actress. Based in Memphis, TN, LaVere's music is usually classified as Americana, combining a blend of classic country, gypsy jazz, and southern soul. She has released three albums on Memphis label Archer Records, and has multiple acting credits in major motion pictures.

  • Amy Speace

    (11,645 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, folk, country, acoustic

    "I kind of spilled blood all over this project," Amy Speace says of her new album The Killer In Me, which marks a quantum creative leap from the artist's 2006 breakthrough effort Songs For Bright Street.

  • An Horse

    (81,866 listeners)

    indie, australian, indie rock, female vocalists

    An Horse is an indie rock band from Brisbane, Australia, comprising Kate Cooper of Iron On on vocals and guitar and Damon Cox of Intercooler on drums.

  • An-ten-nae

    (26,790 listeners)

    glitch, dubstep, ambient, experimental electronic

    An*Ten*Nae is one of San Francisco’s most sought after DJs and live performers. He has taken the art of live remixing to new heights with his own customized setup, that bends genres in ways seldom heard. This sound is called Acid Crunk, and there are no rules, no restraints in its quest for pure dance floor devistation.

  • Analog Rebellion

    (16,684 listeners)

    indie, electronic, powerpop, rock

    Analog Rebellion is the continuation of recently renamed music project PlayRadioPlay!, from artist Daniel Hunter. Analog Rebellion's debut album is entitled "Ancient Electrons" and was released on January 26th, 2010 alongside with the final album release under the older name, PlayRadioPlay!, entitled "Besides, Nothing (B-Sides and Rarities, 2003-2009)"

  • Anamanaguchi

    (184,469 listeners)

    chiptune, 8-bit, electronic, 8bit

    Anamanaguchi is a four-piece band from New York City that makes emotional punk, pop, & dance music using hacked Nintendos, Game Boys, and 16-bit soundscapes.

  • Ancestors

    (19,935 listeners)

    doom metal, psychedelic rock, stoner rock, psychedelic

    There are at least six artists with this name: 1) Ancestors is the experimental black metal project of Mark McCoy. 2) Ancestors is a five piece heavy progressive ensemble hailing from Los Angeles. 3) A Canadian outfit from Toronto, Ontario 4) Ancestors is R.A.C. band from Slovakia

  • Ancient Astronauts

    (73,624 listeners)

    trip-hop, hip-hop, instrumental, instrumental hip-hop

    The Ancient Astronauts are Tom Strauch and Ingo Möll from the Switchstance Recordings label, based in Moers at the lower Rhine in Germany.

  • Ancient VVisdom

    (5,163 listeners)

    occult rock, death rock, neofolk, psychedelic

    A dark, enlightening foresight into the future of humankind dictated by singer/songwriter Nathan Opposition.

  • And So I Watch You From Afar

    (173,238 listeners)

    post-rock, math rock, instrumental, experimental

    And So I Watch You From Afar are a four-piece rock band from Belfast, Northern Ireland. The band consists of Rory Friers and Niall Kennedy on guitars, Johnny Adger on bass and Chris Wee on drums. The band was formed in late 2005.

  • Andrew Allen

    (24,893 listeners)

    canadian, singer-songwriter, big c, folk

    A brand new artist from Vernon, British Columbia, Canada. He was the feature performer for the Sochi 2014 hand off finale on the internationally broadcast Closing Ceremony of the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games held in Whistler.

  • Andrew Belle

    (163,259 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, indie, acoustic, folk

    Andrew Belle is a 27 year old singer-songwriter from Chicago, IL. Combining hook-ridden melodies and powerful vocals, Belle has become a respected name amongst young performers in the Chicago music circuit. He has performed hundreds of shows in the past 2 years; quickly becoming a favorite at Downtown Chicago's national hot-spot 'Rock It Bar and Grill'.

  • Andrew Davie

    (5,190 listeners)

    folk, acoustic, singer-songwriter, country

    Andrew Davie is a singer/songwriter from London. Before pursuing a solo career, he used to be the frontman of Davie Fiddle And The Lucky Egg, later known as Cherbourg.

  • Andrew Nafziger

    (0 listeners)

  • Andreya Triana

    (117,962 listeners)

    soul, jazz, downtempo, female vocalists

    Andreya Triana is a singer and songwriter from South East London. Her love of improvisation influenced her 'Freeflo Sessions' - a one woman show using a sampler to loop vocals, percussive sounds and beats live- which gained her a place in the 2006 Red Bull Music Academy in Australia.

  • Andy Clockwise

    (4,929 listeners)

    australian, rock, indie rock, indie

    After dazzling critics and fans alike with his double-album Classic FM, Australian singer-songwriter Andy Clockwise is living in Los Angeles and set to release his second full-length album, The Socialite.

  • Andy GrammerUp-and-coming artist (from the Hype Chart)

    (142,760 listeners)

    pop, acoustic, singer-songwriter, los angeles

    Andy Grammer is an American Singer-songwriter managed by Steve Greenberg's S-Curve Records. He released his first album in June 2011. He was born in Los Angeles, United States, but grew up in New York. At 20, he returned to the Los Angeles area. He currently resides in Los Angeles.

  • Andy McCluskey and Paul Humphreys

    (0 listeners)

  • Andy Pratt

    (4,349 listeners)

    sxsw 2006, 60s, intelligent pop, usa

    There are at least two musicians under this name: 1) Andy Pratt (born Andrew S. Pratt in Boston, MA on January 25, 1947) an American rock music singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. In the 1970s, he made a number of experimental records that were appreciated by small audiences, and scored a commercial hit with "Avenging Annie".

  • AnikaUp-and-coming artist (from the Hype Chart)

    (37,695 listeners)

    lo-fi, electronic, avant-garde, experimental

    There are currently two artists named Anika 1. Anika Henderson, post-punk/avant garde/dub "Political Journalist" isn't a credential we usually have in musician's bios, but this is exactly what Anika was doing while living between Berlin and Bristol earlier this year when she met Geoff Barrow.

  • Animals as Leaders

    (152,618 listeners)

    progressive metal, instrumental, math metal, djent

    Animals as Leaders is a Washington, D.C. based instrumental progressive metal project formed by guitarist Tosin Abasi in 2007. Their self-titled debut album was released in April 2009 by Prosthetic Records.

  • Anna Calvi

    (161,548 listeners)

    female vocalists, indie, alternative, singer-songwriter

    Half Italian singer/guitarist Anna Calvi grew up being exposed to a multitude of genres of music by her music-loving father. According to the Suzanne and I Songfacts, she cites the classical composers Ravel and Debussy among her influences and her music has been described as "brooding melodramatic goth-pop."

  • AnR

    (38,650 listeners)

    indie, electronic, trance, electro

    ANR (short for Awesome New Republic ) are John Hancock and Brian Roberston, a duo based in Miami, FL. Their debut 'Stay Kids' reminds critics of TV On The Radio and Passion Pit.

  • Antonia Bennett

    (57 listeners)