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  • abc club

    (75 listeners)

  • Admiral Fallow

    (60,331 listeners)

    folk, scottish, indie, acoustic

    Admiral Fallow is a Scottish folk/pop group based in Glasgow. Formerly known as Brother Louis Collective, the band was formed in 2007 and around the singer/songwriter Louis Abbott.

  • Arthur Rigby and the Baskervylles

    (56 listeners)

    bbc introducing

    Emerging from the vibrant Leeds music scene, Arthur Rigby and the Baskervylles is a two-piece band made up of Ben and Alex.

  • Caitlin Rose

    (56,414 listeners)

    alt-country, nashville, kickasstic, recommended

    Caitlin Rose (b. 23 June 1987) is a singer and songwriter from Nashville, TN. She began writing songs at the age of 16, initially influenced by punk but subsequently discovering and embracing Nashville's country music heritage. Her lyrics and vocal style have drawn comparisons to Loretta Lynn, Patsy Cline and Iris DeMent.

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

    (47,315 listeners)

    idm, ambient, electronic, downtempo

    Andrew Dobson has been recording and performing his particular take on classically-influenced electronica as Digitonal since 1997. Part of the late phase of UK melodic electronica, he came to prominence on the seminal Toytronic Records label with a track on the classic Neurokinetic compilation and a debut album, 23: Things Fall Apart, on the label shortly afterwards.

  • Echaskech

    (10,616 listeners)

    chillout, electronic, ambient, electronica

    Signed to Just Music alongside alumni such as Jon Hopkins, Marconi Union, Leo Abrahams, Laki Mera and Digitonal, Echaskech present a unique take on electronic music. The Hackney based duo (Dom Hoare & Andy Gillham) have surrounded themselves with an enviable array of electronic and acoustic equipment, experimenting for nearly 10 years under the name of Echaskech.

  • Erland and the Carnival

    (39,378 listeners)

    british, folk rock, folk, indie

    Erland and the Carnival are a London, UK folk rock band, formed by multi-instrumentalist Simon Tong (formerly of the the The Verve / Blur / The Good, the Bad & the Queen), Erland Cooper (Orkney Islander - guitars / vocals), David Nock (drums / engineering - recently worked with Paul McCartney & The Fireman). Other members inc: Andy Bruce, Georgia Sands & Danny Wheeler.

  • Frankie & The Heartstrings

    (69,067 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.

  • Holly Taymar

    (62 listeners)

    acoustic, brooklands radio, the best of york

    Holly Taymar was born in Wakefield and then moved to York where she grew up listening to James Taylor, Carole King, Norah Jones, Polly Paulusma - not forgetting classic pop such as Take That. Holly plays acoustic finger picked guitar and sings with a sweet voice about the trials and tribulations of life up North.

  • Hope & Social

    (243 listeners)

    leeds, seen live

    A UK based band formerly known as Four Day Hombre. Debut album "Architect of this Church" released in June 2009 on a pay-what-you-want basis http://www.alamomusic.co.uk/architect/default.asp Simon Wainwright – Vocals/Guitars/Piano Rich Huxley – Guitars/Vocals/Piano/Rhodes

  • I Am Kloot

    (295,401 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, british, alternative

    I Am Kloot are a band formed in Manchester, England in 1999 by John Bramwell (guitar/vocals), Peter Jobson (bass) and Andy Hargreaves (drums), notable for their twisted, witty lyrics.

  • Just Handshakes (We're British)

    (2,190 listeners)

    spotify, everything, british girls, under 2000 listeners

    Just Handshakes (We're British) are an indie pop band from Leeds. Tumblr - http://justhandshakeswerebritish.tumblr.com Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/justhandshakes Twitter - http://twitter.com/#!/JHWB

  • Laki Mera

    (10,112 listeners)

    electronic, indie, trip-hop, electronica

    Glaswegian quartet Laki Mera extend and weave beyond the expected confines of genre as their boundary-free sound busts conventions like the musical equivalent of breaking the fourth wall. Released late in 2010, the band’s debut EP ‘Clutter’ earned breathless comparisons with artists as diverse as the Cocteau Twins, Portishead, Blue Nile, Ryuichi Sakamoto and Radiohead.

  • Lanterns on the Lake

    (79,193 listeners)

    dream pop, indie, british, female vocalists

    Lanterns On The Lake is a five-piece indie rock band from Newcastle-upon-tyne, United Kingdom. Formed in 2007, the band is composed of Hazel Wilde, Paul Gregory, Sarah Kemp, Oliver Ketteringham and Andrew Scrogham.

  • Let's Buy Happiness

    (11,296 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.

  • Marcus Foster

    (67,462 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, folk, acoustic, british

    Marcus Foster is a British musician categorizing himself as Folk / Blues / Alternative. Some of his musical influences include Bob Dylan, Tom Waits, The Doors, Jeff Buckley, and more. //www.musicmarcusfoster.com/ http://marcusfostermusic.co.uk/

  • Matthew And The Atlas

    (123,554 listeners)

    folk, british, indie folk, indie

    Matthew and the Atlas is an English alternative folk outfit based around musician Matthew Hegarty. Having played and recorded as a five piece band since early 2010, Hegarty also tours with a stripped-back set up.

  • My Forever

    (837 listeners)

    my forever, rock, alternative rock, pop rock

    My Forever are a 4 piece rock/pop band hailing from Thirsk, North Yorkshire consisting of Dave, Twiggy, Seb & Ben. The band first came together at the start of 2012 and could never have imagined what massive success their first year would bring.

  • Sam Airey

    (3,688 listeners)

    folk, leeds, guitar, singer-songwriter

    Sam Airey is a musician who originates from the Isle of Anglesey, now residing in the city of Leeds, West Yorkshire. He writes songs, and quite often these songs are about the seaside and/or death, but never exclusively these things.

  • Spokes

    (17,085 listeners)

    post-rock, shoegaze, ambient, folk

    Spokes are a band based in Manchester and Newcastle (UK), brought together in 2006 by a combination of boyhood friendships, family ties and a relentless love of recording and touring.

  • The Glendale Family

    (3 listeners)

  • The Go! Team

    (627,157 listeners)

    indie, electronic, indie rock, indie pop

    The Go! Team are a Brighton, United Kingdom-based six piece band (with two drummers) whose songs are a mixture of action theme songs, cheerleader chants, noise pop guitars and early hip-hop, with a hint of '70s funk. On record their songs are often pieced together largely from samples, although live the songs are performed mostly with live instruments.

  • The Leisure Society

    (87,521 listeners)

    indie, folk, british, indie pop

    The Leisure Society is a British folk-pop band formed in Brighton in 2009 by Nick Hemming. Their debut single, "The Last Of The Melting Snow", was honoured with a 2009 Ivor Novello nomination for Best Song Musically & Lyrically. Their single "Save It For Someone Who Cares" was also nominated for the Ivor Novello in the same category in 2010, making the band one of very few consecutive nominees.

  • The Neat

    (5,461 listeners)

    post-punk, british, punk, noise

    The sound of The Neat is punk evolved. As London divides into throbbing zeitgeist and postpunk reactionaries, there blows a refreshing wind from Hull. They are unafraid of crediting the obvious Fall and Fire Engines influences as they spit Mark E.

  • Tigers That Talked

    (12,322 listeners)

    indie, british, violin, leeds

    Following on from a series of exceptional singles, Leeds art-rock four-piece Tigers That Talked finally self-release their long awaited debut album “The Merchant”. Since forming in 2006, Tigers That Talked have been patiently and meticulously honing their sound while releasing a series of critically acclaimed singles, picking up fans in Zane Lowe, John Kennedy, and Steve Lamacq along the way.

  • Tom Williams & The Boat

    (11,903 listeners)

    indie, british, bbc introducing, amazing radio

    Tom Williams and The Boat are a 6 piece anti-folk band from Tunbridge Wells best described as Bob Dylan meets Lightspeed Champion/Eugene McGuiness with the lyrical style of Regina Spektor or Win Butler.

  • Two Spot Gobi

    (3,901 listeners)

    pop, jazz pop, indie, indie pop

    There is a feel good factor created by Two Spot Gobi during their live shows. A contagious energy bounces around the stage and spills into the audience, making people dance and smile wherever they play. Whilst the music is upbeat, the inclusion of Cello and Trumpet give it a dynamic quality that grabs listeners' attention, from the first to the last note played.

  • Yonderboy

    (2,147 listeners)

    melancholic, trip-hop, lms artist, seen live

    Following on from the critical acclaim both Drowned in Sound and This Is Fake DIY showed towards their limited edition 7" vinyl release with fellow Leeds indie popsters Just Handshakes (We're British), Yonderboy announce their eagerly anticipated second release All Bob Minor/Too Easy which will be available from the 30th April 2011.