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

    (115,052 listeners)

    breakbeat, electronic, breaks, electronica

    Adam Freeland is a UK-based DJ and producer associated with breakbeat based electronic music. He was a resident of Brighton, England, United Kingdom and is now based in Los Angeles. As a producer, he formed half of Tsunami One with Kevin Beber, and released a solo album as Freeland; as a DJ & Remixer he operates solo under his own full name.

  • Airship

    (24,878 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, british, alternative rock

    "Manchester's best-kept secret." Like M83, they're taking the hidden melancholia of the '80s with shivering Morten Harket style vocals..and a collection of catchy hooks mix beautifully with the guitar work reminiscent of Modest Mouse and the Pixies.

  • Alice Gold

    (13,953 listeners)

    indie rock, indie pop, indie, new 2011

    Alice Gold is an English singer-songwriter based in London, UK, formerly signed to Sunday Best, and currently signed to Fiction Records.

  • Awalé

    (364 listeners)

    funk, afrobeat, jazz, gipsy

    Awalé is a London based Afro Gypsy Funk musical project with members from Tunisia, France, Cuba and England. Musically, Awalé draws on these influences whilst reflecting the diversity of multicultural London. http://www.headshighmusic.com/tag/awale/

  • Bajah and the Dry Eye Crew

    (4 listeners)

  • Bard

    (1,083 listeners)

    irish, korea, por escuchar, 2ndmoon

    There are multiple artists with this name: 1) Bard is an artist from Fort Collins, Colorado, United States, working in many mediums. 2) Bard is a Czech folk band. 3) Bard is an English Progressive Rock Band www.bard.uk.net 4) Bard is a hip-hop/rap artist from Ames, Iowa.

  • Bear Driver

    (7,844 listeners)

    england, noise pop, male vocalists, folk

    Bear Driver - 5 piec noisy-surf-fuzz-pop-mess. Album out in Spring 2012 Single 'Never Never' / 'Let The Cold' out in January. Download 'Never Never' for FREE right now. Harry Oli Rich Jon Joseph www.facebook.com/beardriver

  • Beardyman

    (29,418 listeners)

    beatbox, hip-hop, electronic, improvisation

    Beardyman - UK Beatbox Champion: Amongst the throng of beatboxers emerging today, there are few like Beardyman.

  • Bernhoft

    (51,820 listeners)

    soul, funk, norwegian, indie

    Bernhoft (alternatively typeset as Bern/hoft) is the stage name of Norwegian singer-songwriter Jarle Bernhoft. After becoming a solo artist in 2005 after the dissolution of Span, Bernhoft released some recordings, heavily inspired by the genres of soul, funk, and related musical styles, under his birth name.

  • Blondie

    (1,520,033 listeners)

    new wave, 80s, rock, female vocalists

    Blondie is an American rock band founded in New York City in 1974 by singer-songwriter Deborah Harry and guitarist Chris Stein.

  • Breakage

    (110,696 listeners)

    drum and bass, dubstep, drumfunk, jungle

    Breakage aka James Boyle is never been one to be pigeonholed. Moving effortlessly through styles from drum and bass to dubstep, Breakage has proved himself to be one of the most versatile operators in either scene to date. A prodigious talent, he already has a number of classic releases under his belt but continues to develop his sound.

  • Caspa

    (151,840 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, grime, bass

    Caspa grew up in West London, and was brought up on a diet of jungle & hiphop. At the time he wasn't old enough to go to the jungle raves so had to be content with his tape packs of Brockie and Det. When garage emerged he naturally progressed into the sound and started attending garage raves.

  • Chase & Status

    (729,342 listeners)

    drum and bass, dubstep, electronic, dnb

    Chase & Status are an electronic production duo from London consisting of Saul "Chase" Milton and Will "Status" Kennard.

  • China Shop Bull

    (289 listeners)

    ska, tantrum records, sicknote, drum and bass

    China Shop Bull play a lively 6 piece mix of ska rave and drum and bass, They have been on the festival, punk and party scene since 2006, releasing one album ‘Rave To The Grave’ and a new 12" vinyl on Tantrum Records.

  • Club Smith

    (6,456 listeners)

    britpop, leeds, rock, indie

    Club Smith are a four piece band based in Leeds, UK. They released two singles during 2011 and released album "Appetite for Chivalry" on 12/11/2012, followed by singles "Beautiful & Useless" and "The Green Room" with mixes and additional production by Dave Bascombe and Lance Thomas respectively.

  • Cocos Lovers

    (4,822 listeners)

    folk, need to rate, under 2000 listeners, uk

    Cocos Lovers are a band made up of husbands, wives, brothers, sisters and friends that hail from Deal on the Kent coast.

  • Cut A Shine

    (2 listeners)

    end of the road 2008

  • Danny Mahon

    (657 listeners)

    folk, indie, under 2000 listeners, acoustic

    Singer/Songwriter from Manchester, England.

  • Derrick Carter

    (8,852 listeners)

    house, chicago house, chicago, deep house

    Born and raised in the western suburbs, Derrick was into music from a young age, but during his teens Chicago´s house scene sucked him in for good. Before long Derrick became a strong presence in Chicago´s underground dance scene. "When I got my driver´s license at 16 my sneak ability was validated," he laughs.

  • Dinosaur Pile Up

    (1,053 listeners)

  • Easy Star All-Stars

    (307,895 listeners)

    reggae, dub, covers, electronic

    The Easy Star All-Stars are a collective family of some of the finest reggae musicians in the New York area. The band features a rotating cast drawn from a talented pool of players, meaning that every show has its own nuances and its own life. The masterminds behind the All-Stars are Easy Star musical director Michael Goldwasser (a.

  • Echo & the Bunnymen

    (875,260 listeners)

    post-punk, new wave, 80s, alternative

    Echo & the Bunnymen are a British Post-punk band formed in Liverpool in 1978. The original line-up consisted of Ian McCulloch (of The Crucial Three), Will Sergeant and Les Pattinson. There are many stories, probably apocryphal, that the quartet was completed by a drum machine known as "Echo".

  • Emily Portman

    (4,565 listeners)

    folk, folk awards 2013, english folk, folk vocal harmony

    1) singer, writer and concertina player based in the North East of England 2) US ; country singer

  • Failsafe

    (9,753 listeners)

    melodic hardcore, punk rock, pop punk, rock

    Failsafe are a melodic rock band based in and around Preston, UK, whose current line up has been together since 2005, although the foundations of the band were laid in 2000.

  • Fenech-Soler

    (246,827 listeners)

    electronic, indie, electro, dance

    Fenech-Soler is a band from Kings Cliffe, United Kingdom, that formed around 2006*. The band consists of Ross Duffy, Ben Duffy, Daniel Soler & Andrew Lindsay.

  • Fly With Vampires

    (277 listeners)

  • Frank Turner

    (364,693 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, acoustic, british

    Frank Turner (born 28 December 1981) is an English folk/punk singer-songwriter from Meonstoke, Hampshire.

  • Frankie & The Heartstrings

    (72,556 listeners)

    indie, indie pop, alternative, indie rock

    Frankie & The Heartstrings are a 5-piece band from Sunderland, Northeast, United Kingdom. Their first single, 'Hunger/Fragile' was released at the beginning of 2010.

  • Goodnight Lenin

    (4,043 listeners)

    folk, spotify, all, birp

    Goodnight Lenin are a West Coast Americana five-piece who formed in the West Midlands in 2011. An independent outfit with an old school attitude to music, the band celebrate the DIY ethic of the late 80s / early 90s grunge approach and combine with influences including Neil Young, Jonathan Wilson, Phosphorescent and Wilco.

  • Hannah Trigwell

    (13,625 listeners)

    acoustic, female vocalists, singer-songwriter, covers

    Hannah Trigwell (born 28 October, 1990) is an English singer-songwriter from Leeds, West Yorkshire. Hannah started her musical career at the age of 17 and took to the streets of Leeds to play her music for anyone that cared to stop and listen. Now, just 20, she has gone on to amass thousands of fans all around the world.

  • Harare

    (46 listeners)

    mbira, chimurenga, seen live

    Harare is one of the few groups to be playing Zimbabwean dance music in Europe. Formed by a musician from the heart of Zimbabwean urban music, Harare combines different styles from Jit Jive to traditional hypnotic rhythms of the mbira (lamellaphone/thumb piano). Harare music is also heavily influenced by chimurenga, the genre developed by music guru, Thomas Mapfumo.

  • Herve

    (38,152 listeners)

    electro, fidget house, house, electronic

    Herve is a name of at least two artists: 1) A simplification of Hervé, a pseudonym of Joshua Harvey (aka Voodoo Chilli, The Young Lovers, The Count Of Monte Cristal and Action Man), a fidget house / electro house producer, from London, UK. His latest single is Fatboy Slim & Hervé's "Machines Can Do The Work" (Jun 2010, Skint - aka Fatboy Slim vs Herve's "Machines Can Do The Work").

  • Hexed Hands

    (57 listeners)

    post-punk, dance-rock, gossip, late of the pier

    Hexed Hands were formed in 2010 by Jordan Gelling and Jahn 'Lex' Alexander after befriending one another during a music course. Following a very short period as Mt. Green and The Clings, the duo were joined by Jon M.

  • House of Pain

    (634,235 listeners)

    hip-hop, rap, old school, hip hop

    House of Pain was an Irish-styled American hip-hop group who released three albums in the early to mid 90's before lead rapper Everlast decided to pursue his solo career again. The group is best known for its 1992 hit single Jump Around.

  • Hugh Cornwell

    (10,435 listeners)

    alternative, rock, british, classic rock

    Hugh Cornwell is an English musician & songwriter, best known for being the vocalist, guitarist and original founder of the British punk/new wave group The Stranglers, 1974–90.

  • I Am Austin

    (273 listeners)

    rock, drum and bass, death from above 1979, under 2000 listeners

    Two piece dance/rock duo from North Wales. "like one fifths' Kings of Leon crossed with the ghost of Death From Above" "I haven't loved anything this much since I heard the Manics' Generation Terrorists. Bloomin' ace! xx" "My new favorite band!" Bethan Elfyn BBC Radio 1 Wales

  • Jadares Por Fuera

    (1 listener)

  • Jasper

    (23,275 listeners)

    acoustic, blues rock, singer-songwriter, german

    There is more than one artist with this name: 1) There is a fresh singersongwriter from Germany who calls himself Jasper. He started to write songs in 2002, his first album was released in 2009.

  • Joana And The Wolf

    (1,287 listeners)

    lithuanian, under 2000 listeners, indie, alternative

    Once upon a time on the night of the full moon Joana went to the forest and came across the wolf who was howling. She came closer and said hey wolf can you teach me to sing that nice hooooowl. And the wolf said yes and asked her to open her pretty mouth, and when she did the wolf jumped in like into a deep well.

  • Kidnap Alice

    (243 listeners)


  • Kill It Kid

    (29,447 listeners)

    british, blues, indie, alternative

    Kill It Kid are a blues-inspired five-piece formed at Bath Spa University in the UK. They're fronted by the two part harmonies of Chris Turpin and Stephanie Ward.

  • Krafty Kuts

    (75,568 listeners)

    breakbeat, breaks, electronic, funky breaks

    Since the late 80's Krafty Kuts, a.k.a Martin Reeves, has been one of the world's best-known purveyors of breakbeats and old-skool hip-hop. Hailing from Brighton, he moved from running a record shop to running around the world as he DJs internationally while producing a vast number of mixed albums and original material, including "Freakshow", released on his label Against The Grain.

  • Lamps Expire

    (0 listeners)

  • Let's Buy Happiness

    (12,070 listeners)

    indie, english, female vocalists, alternative

    Having formed over a mutual love of North American alternative rock, the 5 piece consisting of; Sarah Hall (vocals) James Hall (guitar/keys), Graeme Martin (guitars), Mark Brown (bass) and James King (drums) began playing local shows in their hometown of Newcastle (England) for their own enjoyment; However it wasn't long until their melodic, melancholy songs took them to greater heights.

  • Levellers

    (121,949 listeners)

    folk rock, folk, rock, alternative

    The Levellers are a popular English rock band influenced by punk and traditional English music. They are based in Brighton, England where they were founded in 1988.

  • Little Barrie

    (57,681 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, rock, british

    Little Barrie is a London based three piece band originating from Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England in 1999 before relocating to the capital in 2000.

  • Lokandes

    (0 listeners)

  • Lucy Rose

    (194,526 listeners)

    folk, female vocalists, indie, indie folk

    Lucy Rose Parton (Born 1989) is an English singer/songwriter from Warwickshire . She contributed vocals on the Bombay Bicycle Club albums Flaws, A Different Kind of Fix, and So long, See You tomorrow. Her debut single, "Middle of the Bed" came out August 8th 2011, followed by two more singles: Scar, and Red Face.

  • Maverick Sabre

    (112,483 listeners)

    soul, hip-hop, alternative, british

    London born, Irish raised singer songwriter Maverick Sabre is breaking the mould. With his soulful voice and skillful guitar playing, he draws audiences in a leaves them in wonder. Silencing crowds with his lamenting social-political content, this young rising star is generating a lot of interest from press and booking agents alike.

  • Molotov Jukebox

    (6,839 listeners)

    gypstep, ska, female vocalists, awesome

    Molotov Jukebox were founded in a sea of love when the singer Nat who also plays the accordion met her spouse Sam who plays the violin, who through their tour-de-force power performances drew in all the other members of the band to amalgamate into their current state of outlandish, in your face BANG sound.