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  • AgesandAges

    (24,986 listeners)

    indie, indie folk, portland, folk

    When Pseudosix broke up, frontman Tim Perry found himself disheartened by the apathy of the Portland music scene.

  • Alela Diane

    (267,734 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, female vocalists, acoustic

    Alela Diane Menig (born April 20, 1983, Nevada City, California, USA) is an American singer and songwriter. She grew up singing with her musician parents and performing in the school choir. She taught herself guitar, and began writing songs which blend tense, trance-like arpeggios with warm vocals and meditative lyrics about family and nature.

  • Bill Callahan

    (175,487 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, folk, alt-country, lo-fi

    Bill Callahan (born 1966), also known as Smog and (Smog), is an American singer-songwriter born in Silver Spring, Maryland. Callahan began working in the lo-fi genre of underground rock, with home-made tape-albums recorded on four track tape recorders. Later he began releasing albums with the label Drag City, to which he remains signed today.

  • Black Mountain

    (225,130 listeners)

    psychedelic rock, psychedelic, indie rock, rock

    Black Mountain is a rock band from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The band is composed of Stephen McBean, Amber Webber, Matt Camirand, Jeremy Schmidt and Joshua Wells.

  • Brownout

    (17,319 listeners)

    funk, latin, latin funk, modern funk

    NB: for the NYC electronic musician and percussionist/singer, see brownout (Rick Brown) http://www.myspace.com/brownoutmusic

  • Bruce Molsky

    (4,409 listeners)

    old-time, folk, old-timey, fiddle

    Bruce Molsky (b. Manhattan, New York, 1955) is an American fiddler, banjo player, guitarist, and singer. He primarily performs old-time music of the Appalachian region. He was born in 1955 at New York Infirmary in Manhattan, and grew up near St. James Park in The Bronx. His father, Milton, a mechanical engineer, was a first-generation American descendant of Jewish immigrants from Poland.

  • Buffalo Killers

    (27,271 listeners)

    blues rock, psychedelic rock, rock, ohio

    Buffalo Killers is a rock trio from Cincinnati, Ohio, consisting of Zach Gabbard, Andy Gabbard, and Joey Sebaali. The group was formed by three ex-members of Thee Shams, who broke up in 2006.

  • Cahalen Morrison & Eli West

    (0 listeners)

  • Califone

    (176,678 listeners)

    folk, indie rock, experimental, indie

    Califone is a critically-acclaimed experimental folk band from Chicago. The band is named after Califone International, a long-standing manufacturer of audio equipment commonly found in schools, libraries and businesses.

  • Charlie Parr

    (20,956 listeners)

    folk, blues, minnesota, americana

    Charlie Parr plays original and traditional folk and Piedmont-style blues, accompanying himself on National resonator guitar, 12-string guitar and sometimes a banjo.

  • corinne west and kelly joe phelps

    (23 listeners)

  • Damien Jurado

    (358,021 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, indie, americana

    Damien Jurado (born 12 November 1972) is an American singer-songwriter in the indie-rock tradition of Seattle, Washington. His music is regarded as being heavily influenced by folk music. Over the years he has released albums on many labels; today his primary label is Secretly Canadian. He was once in the band, Coolidge, with Seattle's David Bazan.

  • Danny Barnes

    (10,226 listeners)

    bluegrass, alt-country, country, american

    Danny Barnes (born 1961) is a banjo and guitar player whose music is influenced by country, jazz and punk.

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

    (127,444 listeners)

    folk, female vocalists, singer-songwriter, indie

    Dawn Landes (born December 5, 1980 in Louisville, Kentucky) is an American singer-songwriter and musician currently based in New York City.

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

    (28,222 listeners)

    alt-country, singer-songwriter, folk, americana

    Eilen Jewell is an American singer-songwriter, currently based in Boston. Her music is a mixture of Americana, country, folk and other styles that she has acquired from extensive travelling around the U.S.A.

  • Elliott BROOD

    (52,510 listeners)

    alt-country, canadian, death country, rock

    Elliott Brood is a three-piece alternative country band from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, consisting of Mark Sasso on lead vocals, guitar, banjo, ukelele and harmonica, Casey Laforet on guitar, backing vocals, bass pedals, keys and ukelele and Stephen Pitkin on percussion, sampler and backing vocals. The band bills its own style as "death country".

  • Fruit Bats

    (254,068 listeners)

    indie, folk, indie pop, indie rock

    Fruit Bats is an American rock band formed in 1997 in Chicago, Illinois. The group has had many personnel changes but revolves around songwriter Eric D. Johnson. Their albums include Echolocation (2001), Mouthfuls (2003), Spelled in Bones (2005), The Ruminant Band (2009), and Tripper (2011). In 2009 Johnson also joined The Shins.

  • Future Islands

    (329,192 listeners)

    new wave, electronic, experimental, electro pop

    Future Islands is a new wave synthpop band based in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. The band is composed of Gerrit Welmers (keyboards and programming), William Cashion (bass, acoustic and electric guitars), and Samuel T. Herring (lyrics and vocals).

  • Grupo Fantasma

    (10,603 listeners)

    latin, funk, austin, cumbia

    Grupo Fantasma is an eleven-piece Latin funk orchestra from Austin, Texas. Formed in 2000 from the merger of two Austin acts, The Blue Noise Band and The Blimp, the band emerged with a sold out show at the former Empanada Parlour in Austin. The band is best known for their exuberant live shows and their recent association with Prince and his 3121 Club in Las Vegas.

  • Jesse Sykes & The Sweet Hereafter

    (36,310 listeners)

    alt-country, folk, singer-songwriter, female vocalists

    Jesse Sykes is a Seattle-based singer-songwriter. Her backing band is The Sweet Hereafter, which features Phil Wandscher (late of Whiskeytown) on guitar. In 2002 they christened their "collective" Jesse Sykes & the Sweet Hereafter.

  • joy kills sorrow

    (14,158 listeners)

    country, bluegrass, folk, kgrl

    With its bold new brand of acoustic music, Joy Kills Sorrow pushes right through the envelope and out the other side.

  • L. C. Ulmer

    (1 listener)

  • Laura Veirs

    (345,170 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, female vocalists, folk, indie

    Laura Veirs (born Laura Pauline Veirs on 24 October 1973 in Colorado Springs, Colorado) is an American singer-songwriter.

  • Lee Fields & The Expressions

    (99,177 listeners)

    soul, funk, blues, american

    Lee Fields & The Expressions is a USA soul band, which released My World (2009). 'The Expressions' began with the encouragement of Jeff Silverman & Leon Michels, in 2004. Upon foundation of Truth & Soul Records they called Lee in, to record the single that became Do You Love Me (Like You Say You Do) / Honey Dove - the result was so promising, the band was born.

  • Lightning Dust

    (72,514 listeners)

    folk, indie, singer-songwriter, female vocalists

    Amber Webber and Joshua Wells have been playing together for many years as part of Black Mountain. They've toured the world and have played impenetrable space-rock to the unlikeliest of audiences. With an abundance of creative energy to spare, the two decided to start a separate project together, that they named Lightning Dust.

  • Mavis Staples

    (117,752 listeners)

    soul, blues, gospel, female vocalists

    Mavis Staples (born July 11, 1940 in Chicago, Illinois) is an American rhythm and blues singer. Most of her career has been as lead singer for The Staple Singers. She first recorded solo for the Stax subsidiary Volt in 1969. Subsequent efforts included a Curtis Mayfield-produced soundtrack on Curtom, a nod to disco for Warner Bros.

  • Michael Hurley

    (36,446 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, blues, americana

    Michael Hurley is an American singer/guitarist, reportedly born December 20, 1941. He also plays the fiddle.

  • Mike + Ruthy

    (216 listeners)

    seen live

  • Old Light

    (395 listeners)

    wolf and whippoorwill, hawk in hand, psychedelic, take the ride

    Old Light is a Portland, Oregon based musical group active since 2009. Current members include Garth Klippert, Patrick Finn, and Scott DeMay. They have released six full length albums, an EP, and have had songs featured on compilations. They have periodically toured throughout the United States and Canada and have played several music festivals.

  • Old Sledge

    (531 listeners)

    bluegrass, old time, double-ender 2

  • Pine Leaf Boys

    (4,030 listeners)

    cajun, zydeco, creole, folk

    The Pine Leaf Boys are a two-time Grammy Award-nominated Cajun and Creole band from South Louisiana.

  • Pokey LaFarge

    (24,911 listeners)

    folk, blues, singer-songwriter, riverboat soul

    For group credited work see http://www.last.fm/music/Pokey+LaFarge+and+the+South+City+Three Pokey LaFarge is a musician, songwriter, bandleader, entertainer, innovator and preservationist, whose arsenal of talents has placed him at the forefront of American music.

  • Richard Swift

    (53,704 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, lo-fi, indie, indie pop

    Singer/songwriter Richard Swift's lo-fi, sepiatone style harkens back to the tin pan alley era. Born in 1977, the California native spent his youth locked in his room with a four-track recorder, a device that, along with a computer, he continues to utilize to this day.

  • Rock Plaza Central

    (28,907 listeners)

    folk, indie, canadian, alt-country

    Rock Plaza Central is a Canadian indie rock band. Their independently released disc, Are We Not Horses (2006), made many top ten lists for the year, including #8 for CMJ Editor-in-Chief Kenny Herzog, Pitchfork staff writer Stephen Deusner and Americana-UK lead writer David Cowling.

  • Sonny & The Sunsets

    (61,678 listeners)

    indie pop, indie, pop, male vocalists

    Sonny Smith began playing Jimmy Yancey covers on piano in little mountain town clubs of Colorado when he was 18. These piano gigs led him to Denver and then into Central America where he busked up and down the Telemanca Coast with a couple friends in a band. At this time he was working on screenplays which ultimately broke apart into long-winded songs with characters, dialogues and plots.

  • Strand of Oaks

    (74,965 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, folk rock, americana

    In 2003, Tim Showalter's house burned down, his fiancée left him, and he resorted to writing songs on an acoustic guitar while living on park benches in suburban Philadelphia.

  • Sunday Valley

    (175 listeners)

    country, rock and roll, kentucky, lexington

    Sunday Valley's unique Rockabilly/Bluegrass sound paired with the intense energy of their live performances quickly earned them the title "Kings of Cowpunk" and the honor of being voted "The Best Band in Kentucky" in 2007 (Leo Weekly, Louisville, Ky).

  • Ted Jones and the Tarheel Boys

    (0 listeners)

  • Thao

    (50,114 listeners)

    indie pop, indie, female vocalists, kill rock stars

    Thao Nguyen (vocals, guitar) plays with Adam Thompson (bass guitar), and Willis Thompson (drums). Thao was raised in Falls Church, Virginia, and began playing guitar at age 12.

  • The Black Lillies

    (8,387 listeners)

    bluegrass, americana, alt-country, radio paradise

    Born in the rumbling cab of a stone truck, raised in Old North Knoxville, and aged in the oak of Knoxville’s smoky night haunts, The Black Lillies have come to the forefront of the East Tennessee Americana scene in little more than a year.

  • The Builders and the Butchers

    (55,508 listeners)

    folk, americana, indie, indie folk

    The Builders and the Butchers consist of: Ryan Sollee: vocals/guitar Harvey Tumbleson: mandolin/banjo Ray Rude: percussion Justin Baier: percussion Willy Kunkle: bass

  • The Sadies

    (59,943 listeners)

    alt-country, canadian, americana, indie

    Led by brothers Dallas and Travis Good, the Toronto-based Sadies honed a distinctive sound, taking influence from traditional country, surf music, and garage rock.

  • The Wilders

    (4,248 listeners)

    bluegrass, country, americana, honky tonk

    Wilders Descriptive Bio Wilders Descriptive Bio Educated Hillbillies, The Phantom Drummer, and the Relentless Acoustic Decibels of a Commando Jam: The Wilders Live Up to Their Name on Someone’s Got to Pay

  • Truckstop Darlin

    (7 listeners)

  • Vetiver

    (360,802 listeners)

    folk, indie, freak folk, new weird america

    Vetiver is an American folk band headed by songwriter Andy Cabic and often joined by Devendra Banhart, cellist Alissa Anderson, and violinist Jim Gaylord. They released their debut album Vetiver in 2004 on the small indie folk label DiCristina. Since the album's release Vetiver has toured extensively, opening for and collaborating with Devendra Banhart and Joanna Newsom.

  • Whitey Morgan and the 78s

    (133 listeners)

    Whitey Morgan and the 78's are a Honky Tonk band from Flint, Michigan. They haven't re-invented the wheel. They just picked it up and got it rolling all over again.

  • Wye Oak

    (240,518 listeners)

    shoegaze, indie, indie rock, indie folk

    Wye Oak (nee Monarch) is a duo of Jenn Wasner and Andy Stack, formed in mid-2006. Wasner and Stack have been playing music together and apart in Baltimore, MD, and chose their name from the honorary state tree of Maryland. If Children is the culmination of many months of recording, polishing and perfecting to achieve what Any Given Tuesday best described as, “.