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  • Babylon Leaf

    (183 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners

    Babylon Leaf are a rock/indie band hailing from North Wales, UK. They have been playing together for over ten years and have gigged around the country with both covers and original material. With a healthy selection of originals in the bag, the band are looking to gig and promote their new tunes throughout 2011.

  • Eliza Doolittle

    (316,163 listeners)

    pop, british, female vocalists, indie

    Eliza Sophie Caird (born 15 April 1988), better known by her stage name Eliza Doolittle, is an English singer songwriter from London. She signed to the Parlophone record label in October 2008.

  • Feeder

    (699,632 listeners)

    rock, indie, alternative, alternative rock

    Feeder are an award-winning Welsh rock band that formed in Newport, Wales in 1992. By 1995 they released their debut EP Two Colours and a second EP titled Swim, which was followed by their 1997 debut album Polythene, after being met with critical acclaim and made the UK Top 75.

  • I Am Kloot

    (301,113 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.

  • Lightning Seeds

    (64,270 listeners)

    britpop, pop, ambient, alternative

    Lightning Seeds are an alternative pop and rock band from Liverpool formed by singer and guitarist Ian Broudie, who is also the main songwriter for the band. They are best known for their single Three Lions and the album Jollification. They have acheived two number-one singles in the U.K. singles chart, as well as Top 20 and Top 50 success in the U.K. album charts.

  • McFly

    (506,928 listeners)

    pop rock, british, pop, britpop

    McFly are a British pop band who first found fame in 2004. The band, formed in London, was founded by Tom Fletcher (lead vocals/guitar/piano) and also consists of Danny Jones (lead vocals/guitar), Dougie Poynter (vocals/bass guitar) and Harry Judd (drums). They have released five studio albums and had seven #1 singles.

  • Shaun William Ryder

    (90 listeners)

  • Stephen Langstaff

    (125 listeners)

  • Sugababes

    (1,071,911 listeners)

    pop, female vocalists, british, dance

    Sugababes were an English all-female pop trio based in London, UK. The group's final line-up consisted of members Heidi Range (formerly of Atomic Kitten), Amelle Berrabah and Jade Ewen.

  • Taio Cruz

    (1,416,401 listeners)

    rnb, pop, hip-hop, soul

    Taio Cruz (pronounced Tie-oh Cruise) (born 23 April 1983) is a Brit Award winning and MOBO-nominated English singer-songwriter, occasional rapper, and music producer.

  • The Australian Pink Floyd Show

    (4,703 listeners)

    progressive rock, cover band, pink floyd cover, rock

    The Australian Pink Floyd Show are a tribute band of Pink Floyd. Formed in 1988 in South Australia, they are considered by some to play shows that closely duplicate actual Pink Floyd concerts.

  • The Christians

    (50,922 listeners)

    soul, pop, 80s, 90s

    The Christians are a soul band from Liverpool, England, scoring several UK chart hits in the late 1980s and early 1990s.

  • The Lightning Seeds

    (259,689 listeners)

    britpop, 90s, british, indie

    Lightning Seeds are an alternative/pop band, largely the brainchild of writer, singer and guitarist Ian Broudie (born 4th August 1958 in Liverpool, England).

  • The Saturdays

    (480,974 listeners)

    pop, british, female vocalists, girl groups

    The Saturdays are a pop group formed in the United Kingdom in 2007, comprising Una Healy, Mollie King, Frankie Sandford, Vanessa White and Rochelle Wiseman. Songfacts reports that they decided on calling themselves 'The Saturdays' as it sounded fun and different to the other girl bands. They didn't want the name to reference their gender, like Girls Aloud, The Spice Girls or Sugababes.

  • The Stooges

    (873,973 listeners)

    punk, proto-punk, garage rock, rock

    The Stooges (also known as Iggy and the Stooges) are an American rock group that was formed in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States in 1967. Featuring a bombastic proto-punk sound, they released three studio albums before breaking up in 1974.

  • The Wanted

    (646,386 listeners)

    pop, british, the wanted, garage rock

    There is more than one band called the Wanted: 1) a British boy-band formed in 2009 2) a Russian psycho-rockabilly trio from Smolensk 3) an American garage rock from Detroit active from the mid-60s to mid-70s