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  • A Day to Remember

    (1,084,599 listeners)

    post-hardcore, hardcore, pop punk, screamo

    A Day to Remember is a band that combines metalcore and pop punk from Ocala, Florida, founded in 2003 by guitarist Tom Denney and drummer Bobby Scruggs.

  • A Skylit Drive

    (363,458 listeners)

    post-hardcore, screamo, emocore, hardcore

    A Skylit Drive is an American post-hardcore band from Lodi, California. The band has released one DVD, one EP and four studio albums: Wires...and the Concept of Breathing on May 20, 2008, Adelphia on June 9, 2009, Identity On Fire on February 15, 2011, and most recently Rise, released on September 24, 2013.

  • Abandon All Ships!

    (15,465 listeners)

    post-hardcore, trancecore, electronic, screamo

    They have shared the stage on tour with some great bands such as Blessed By A Broken Heart, Miss May I, These Sihlouettes, Hometown Beatdown, Buried and Breathing and many more to come. Playing and touring throughout eastern Canada Abandon All Ships has acquired many fans throughout the country and is increasingly becoming more popular in the United States and all over the world.

  • Against Me!

    (517,594 listeners)

    punk, folk punk, punk rock, rock

    Against Me! is a punk rock band originally from Naples, Florida, and later relocated to Gainesville, Florida. They are known for their heavily folk-influenced sound and energetic live shows (Spin named them one of the 25 greatest live bands in 2006). Their first full-length album, released on No Idea Records in 2002, was the highly-acclaimed Reinventing Axl Rose.

  • Asking Alexandria

    (351,759 listeners)

    post-hardcore, metalcore, screamo, electronic

    Asking Alexandria are a British metalcore band from York, North Yorkshire. Founded in 2008 when Ben Bruce (lead guitar) contacted his old companions upon returning to the UK after residing in Dubai. The current line-up of the group consists of Ben Bruce (lead guitar, vocals), Cameron Liddell (rhythm guitar), Sam Bettley (bass guitar) and James Cassells (drums).

  • Attack Attack!

    (245,005 listeners)

    post-hardcore, electronic, trancecore, crabcore

    Attack Attack! were an American metalcore band from Westerville, Ohio, formed in 2005. Attack Attack!'s first release, an independent EP titled If Guns Are Outlawed, Can We Use Swords?, was released in 2008, which led to the signing of the band to Rise Records the same year.

  • August Burns Red

    (529,000 listeners)

    metalcore, hardcore, christian metalcore, christian

    August Burns Red is a band from Manheim, Pennsylvania. Formed in 2003, the group began their first performances while a majority of the members were attending their senior year of high school, and soon began playing shows around Lancaster, before being signed to CI Records, and afterward, Solid State Records.

  • Bad Rabbits

    (23,600 listeners)

    soul, funk, pop, indie

    Boston’s Bad Rabbits is a unique mix of power and Soul with the definite propensity to explode on stage. They are the surprising combination of New Jack Swing and late 80s/early 90s dance with a hard, hybrid edge—the combined swagger of Prince with the intensity of Bad Brains.

  • Big B

    (59,121 listeners)

    hip-hop, rap, rapcore, suburban noize

    Big B is an american rapper currently signed with Suburban Noize Records as a solo artist. Along with John E. Necro, he also does vocals for Alternative rock and Hip-hop band OPM, who are also signed with Subnoize. He has been known as the "Official Suburban Noize Heavyweight".

  • Big Chocolate

    (36,385 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, hardstyle, house

    Cameron “Big Chocolate” Argon (born August 21, 1990 in Laguna Hills, CA) is an American DJ, producer, remixer, and death metal vocalist.

  • Big D And The Kids Table

    (264,031 listeners)

    ska, ska punk, punk, skacore

    Big D and the Kids Table is a third-wave ska/punk band formed in October 1995 in Allston Village, Boston, Massachusetts signed to Springman Records. Members of Big D ...

  • Black Veil Brides

    (282,306 listeners)

    post-hardcore, screamo, rock, gothic glam

    Black Veil Brides is an American Post-Hardcore/ Glam Rock band based out of Hollywood, California and formed in 2006 in Delhi, Ohio .

  • Blacklist Royals

    (9,052 listeners)

    punk rock, folk punk, punk, alternative rock

    Coming out of Nashville with heartfelt punk 'n' roll anthems big in sing-alongs and spiced with a country tinge, Blacklist Royals have played hundreds of shows over the last three years including the entire 2006 and the 2007 Vans Warped Tour, appearances at both The Fest 6 and The Fest 7…

  • Blood on the Dance Floor

    (44,743 listeners)

    electronic, powerpop, screamo, electro

    Blood On The Dance Floor is an electronica group that formed in 2006, In Orlando Florida. The group's original line up is Dahvie Vanity & Jayy Von Monroe.

  • Cold Forty Three

    (762 listeners)

    pop punk, warped tour 2011, rock, punk

    Cold Forty Three arrived on the scene in 2010 in a way that was seldom seen by even the most seasoned touring professionals.

  • Dance Gavin Dance

    (231,278 listeners)

    post-hardcore, experimental, screamo, hardcore

    Dance Gavin Dance is an American post-hardcore band formed in Sacramento, California in 2005. The band is well known for their relatively frequent lineup changes, which, most notably, involves a fluctuating lineup of clean and unclean vocalists, both on tour and on record.

  • DC Fallout

    (1,439 listeners)

    melodic hardcore, skate punk, punk rock, punk

    Representing a modern touch on the 90’s Epi-Fat melodic punk sound, DC Fallout has been burning up venues, basements, and bars across America.

  • Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows

    (103,487 listeners)

    post-hardcore, emocore, alternative, rock

    Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows (aka D.R.U.G.S.) were a rock supergroup created by Craig Owens in 2010 in Pontiac, Michigan. They released their debut album D.R.U.G.S. on February 22, 2011.

  • Enter Shikari

    (579,013 listeners)

    post-hardcore, trancecore, hardcore, nintendocore

    Enter Shikari is a four-piece experimental post-hardcore band from St Albans, Hertfordshire, England formed in 2003.

  • Every Avenue

    (306,917 listeners)

    pop punk, rock, powerpop, emo

    Dave - Vocals, Piano Josh - Guitar, Backup Vocals Jimmie - Guitar, Backup Vocals Matt - Bass, Backup Vocals Dennis - Drums

  • Family Force 5

    (202,164 listeners)

    crunk rock, alternative, rock, christian rock

    Family Force 5 is an American Christian rock band from Atlanta, Georgia. The band was formed in 1993 by brothers Solomon "Soul Glow Activatur", Joshua "Fatty", and Jacob "Crouton" Olds.

  • Foxy Shazam

    (94,789 listeners)

    experimental, post-hardcore, rock, alternative

    Foxy Shazam is an American rock band from Cincinnati, Ohio, formed in 2004. The band consists of lead vocalist Eric Nally, guitarist Loren Turner, pianist Sky White and bass player Daisy. After forming the band immediately recorded The Flamingo Trigger independently then committed to an extensive national touring regimen.

  • Go Radio

    (150,605 listeners)

    pop punk, rock, indie, powerpop

    JASON LANCASTER - Vocals, Guitars, Piano MATT “BURNS” POULOS - Bass STEVEN KOPACZ - Drums ALEX REED - Guitar   It’s a truly rare occasion when a debut by a band is met with the kind of feverish fan anticipation that has encircled LUCKY STREET, the full-length debut by Tallahassee, Florida melodic rockers GO RADIO. But then again, none of those other groups have JASON LANCASTER at the helm.

  • Good Guys In Black

    (384 listeners)

    warped tour 2011, rock, hip hop, punk rock

    Good Guys In Black are an unsigned American band consisting of Pro BMX Biker Rick Thorne on vocals, Alan Vega on Guitar & additional vocals, Justin Imamura on Drums, and Nick Stagnaro on the bass.

  • Grieves with Budo

    (1,302 listeners)

    rap, hip-hop, american, underground

    Hip hop artist Grieves and producer Budo. They have released one album together titled: 88 Keys & Counting

  • Hellogoodbye

    (805,961 listeners)

    indie, powerpop, alternative, pop

    Hellogoodbye is a pop band, formed in Huntington Beach, California in 2001. They were signed to Drive-Thru Records where they released an EP, CD, and a DVD.

  • I Set My Friends on Fire

    (112,348 listeners)

    post-hardcore, experimental, screamo, electronic

    I Set My Friends On Fire are a post-hardcore group with electronic influences formed in Miami, Florida in 2007. The band's original lineup consisted of Matt Mehana and Nabil Moo. Chris Lent joined the band in 2009 and is their current drummer and studio guitarist. Their touring lead and rhythm guitarists are Andrew Tapley and Joe Nelson, respectively.

  • illScarlett

    (45,780 listeners)

    ska, canadian, reggae, punk

    illScarlett is a four-member band from Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.They recently released their third major studio album 1UP following the success of their last full length All Day With It.

  • Larry and His Flask

    (14,833 listeners)

    bluegrass, folk, folk punk, alt-country

    "Larry & His Flask are like no band I’ve ever seen (which seems to be the general consensus). As soon as Jamin says “Hello everybody we’re Larry & His Flask!” and the first song begins people are glued to the stage.

  • Lionize

    (7,198 listeners)

    stoner rock, reggae, funk, doom metal

    Gaining fans across the world, Lionize takes pride in their original sound, DIY work ethic and fiery live shows. DESTRUCTION MANUAL, (produced by J. Robbins of Jawbox) finds the band continuing its exploration of the stoner-rock, funk and reggae landscapes.

  • Lucero

    (136,559 listeners)

    alt-country, rock, southern rock, alt country

    There is more than one artist with this name. 1) an American alt-country band based in Memphis, Tennessee 2) a Mexican singer and actress

  • MC Lars

    (112,156 listeners)

    nerdcore, hip-hop, rap, post-punk laptop rap

    MC Lars, real name Andrew Nielsen, (born October 6, 1982 in Berkeley, California) is an American rapper. He is the self-proclaimed originator of "post-punk laptop rap".

  • Miss May I

    (278,647 listeners)

    metalcore, deathcore, post-hardcore, hardcore

    Miss May I is a melodic metalcore band hailing from Troy, Ohio. The band has been around since 2006, playing local shows and steadily gathering a loyal fan base. In 2007, they released their first EP, Vows for a Massacre which contained five songs. 2008 saw the release of their demo EP, Demo 2008.

  • Moving Mountains

    (141,995 listeners)

    post-rock, indie, experimental, alternative rock

    Moving Mountains was a New York-based indie rock band. Combining emotional vocals with elements of post-rock and emo, the band has often been compared to The Appleseed Cast.

  • New Years Day

    (89,933 listeners)

    female vocalists, pop punk, rock, alternative

    Anaheim, California (2005 - Present) After building a reputation through D.I.Y. promotion on MySpace (along with some help from Tom, a fan of the band), the band released their debut E.P. in 2006. Their debut album "My Dear" followed in 2007. The band's music is categorized as pop punk and alternative rock.

  • Of Mice & MenUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (179,900 listeners)

    post-hardcore, metalcore, screamo, electronic

    Of Mice & Men is a metalcore band formed in Costa Mesa, California, United States in 2009 by Austin Carlile and Jaxin Hall after Carlile's departure from Attack Attack!. The name of the band is derived from John Steinbeck's novel of the same title.

  • Passafire

    (182,727 listeners)

    reggae, ska, reggae-rock, california reggae

    While many groups that mix reggae with rock go for the laid-back vibes and represent the permanent vacation lifestyle, the Savannah, Georgia-based Passafire prefer a more punchy, punky, and progressive version of reggae-rock.

  • Pepper

    (350,968 listeners)

    reggae, ska, rock, alternative

    New self-titled Pepper album drops Fall 2013!! Facebook www.facebook.com/pepperlive ; Twitter www.twitter.com/pepperlive ; Instagram www.instagram.com/pepperlive Kaleo Wassman – Vocals/Guitar Bret Bollinger – Vocals/Bass Yesod Williams – Drums

  • Places and Numbers

    (3,567 listeners)

    synth-pop, warm fuzzy feelings, indie pop, all

    Places and Numbers is the newest project of Bobby Darling, guitarist for critically acclaimed art rockers Gatsbys American Dream. He is currently signed to Equal Vision Records. His new EP, Waking the Dead, can be bought here: http://placesandnumbers.bandcamp.com/

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

    (60,042 listeners)

    metal, hardcore, comedy metal, comedy

    Psychostick is a metal band from Tempe, Arizona, known for a silly image and usage of extreme humor in their songs and lyrics. Their style is referred to by themselves and some online album review sites as humor-core. Members include * Rob "Rawrb!" Kersey — lead vocals

  • Relient K

    (682,715 listeners)

    rock, pop punk, christian rock, christian

    Relient K is an American rock band formed in 1998 in Canton, Ohio by Matt Thiessen (lead vocals, guitar, piano), Brian Pittman (bass), and Matt Hoopes (guitar, backing vocals), during the band's junior year in high school and their time at Malone College.

  • Set Your Goals

    (301,254 listeners)

    pop punk, melodic hardcore, hardcore, punk

    Set Your Goals is a San Francisco, California based pop punk band with hardcore influences and two vocalists, formed in 2004. The band name comes from melodic hardcore band CIV's first album, Set Your Goals.

  • Sharks

    (29,565 listeners)

    punk, hardcore, rock, punk rock

    There are multiple artists named "Sharks" 1. Born and raised in Royal Leamington Spa, Midlands, UK, Sharks are a British rock group consisting of James Mattock (lead vocals and guitar), Andrew Bayliss (guitar), Sam Lister (drums), and Carl Murrihy (bass).

  • Shut Up And Deal

    (529 listeners)

    alternative, punk rock, pop punk, under 2000 listeners

    Milford Connecticut pop/punk band.

  • Simple Plan

    (1,565,488 listeners)

    rock, pop punk, punk rock, punk

    Simple Plan is a pop punk band from Montréal, Québec. The band has had no lineup changes since its inception in 1999.

  • Stephen Jerzak

    (73,205 listeners)

    acoustic, powerpop, pop, singer-songwriter

    Stephen Jerzak, is an eighteen year old hailing from La Crosse WI. His brand of music follows closely to that of NeverShoutNever! Both of which have a huge internet fan base through that of Myspace, and other networking sites alike.

  • Terrible Things

    (10,769 listeners)

    alternative, alternative rock, rock, indie rock

    Terrible Things is Fred Mascherino (vocals,guitar), Aaron Van Allen (bass, backing vocals), and Steve Curtiss (drums).

  • The Acacia Strain

    (136,352 listeners)

    metalcore, deathcore, hardcore, death metal

    The Acacia Strain is a heavy band from Chicopee, Massachusetts, US that formed in 2001. The band have since undergone numerous changes in their lineup.

  • The Aggrolites

    (100,916 listeners)

    reggae, ska, skinhead reggae, dirty reggae

    The Aggrolites are a reggae band from Los Angeles, California. The Aggrolites are an amalgamation of two previous Los Angeles reggae and ska bands, the Vessels and the Rhythm Doctors, and were originally formed in 2002 as an in-concert backing band for reggae icon Derrick Morgan.

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

    (14,827 listeners)

    rockabilly, neo-rockabilly, rock, punk

    There are three Bands known as The Bots: 1. The Bots are a two-piece lo-fi punk rock band. Los Angeles residents and brothers Mikaiah and Anaiah Lei are just 18 and 15 years old. They have already played high-profile tours such as Warped in 2011, wowing crowds with their talent at such a young age.