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  • 2 Many DJ's

    (113,719 listeners)

    electronic, mashup, dance, electro

    Soulwax, headed by David and Stephen Dewaele, is an alternative rock band hailing from Ghent, Belgium.

  • Airbourne

    (371,005 listeners)

    hard rock, rock, australian, rock n roll

    Airbourne is a rock and roll band from Warrnambool, Australia. The band was formed in 2003 by brothers Joel and Ryan O'Keefe (who were later joined by David Roads and Justin Street), who have grown up with a healthy respect for the fine art that is ''foot to the floor rock n' roll''.

  • Arsenal

    (68,299 listeners)

    belgian, belgium, electronic, dance

    There are 7 artists by the name Arsenal. 1: Arsenal is a Belgian music band formed in '99 by Hendrik Willemyns & John Roan. The music of Hendrik Willemyns & John Roan delivers a smoothly produced lounge funk, and first appeared with the EP RELEASE from '99.

  • Bart Peeters

    (21,857 listeners)

    belgian, nederlandstalig, folk, kleinkunst

    Bart Peeters is a Belgian (Flemish) singer from Antwerp, drummer, television presenter and actor. He gained fame with The Radios wich started in 1989 but nowadays he is a solo artist.

  • Channel Zero

    (15,731 listeners)

    thrash metal, metal, heavy metal, belgian

    Channel Zero is a Belgian metal band. Franky DSVD (current project: Skitsoy), Xavier Carion (current project: Sons Of Jonathas), Tino DeMartino and Phil B. (R.I.P. August 10th, 2013) came together in Brussels (Belgium) in 1990. They started 'Channel Zero', inspired on the 'Public Enemy' song 'She Watch Channel Zero'.

  • Customs

    (21,047 listeners)

    post-punk, indie rock, belgian, indie

    Customs is a rock band from Leuven, Belgium, formed in 2008. A combo of four retrofuturists, known for melody, atmosphere and mathematical edge. Influences detected by several journalists include: The House of Love, Echo & The Bunnymen, The Sound, Red Lorry Yellow Lorry and Cocteau Twins.

  • Daan

    (31,600 listeners)

    electronic, belgian, belgium, electro

    Daan (Stuyven) is a Belgian artist who has already been active in the music business for about 20 years. He was first known for his work with alternative/experimental rock band Dead Man Ray. His first two solo albums were made while still playing with Dead Man Ray.

  • Das Pop

    (108,763 listeners)

    belgian, indie pop, indie, belgium

    Das Pop is a band founded in 1998 in the Belgian town of Ghent by schoolfriends Reinhard Vanbergen, Niek Meul and Bent Van Looy. They were initially called Things To Come, but changed later their name to Das Pop. They have a considerable fanbase in Europe.

  • Dream Theater

    (954,407 listeners)

    progressive metal, progressive rock, metal, progressive

    Dream Theater is an American progressive metal band formed in 1985 under the name Majesty by John Petrucci, John Myung, and Mike Portnoy while they attended Berklee College of Music in Massachusetts, before they dropped out to support the band.

  • Erykah Badu

    (932,026 listeners)

    soul, neo-soul, female vocalists, rnb

    Erykah Badu (born Erica Abi Wright on February 26, 1971 in Dallas, Texas) is an American R'n'B/neo-soul artist whose work crosses over into jazz.

  • Gabriel Rios

    (132,592 listeners)

    latin, belgian, pop, singer-songwriter

    Born in 1978 in Puerto Rico, Gabriel Rios soon chose a path which few from his kin before him did. A blonde angel whispered that he should follow her lead.

  • Gogol Bordello

    (620,682 listeners)

    gypsy punk, punk, gypsy, alternative

    Combining elements of punk, gypsy music, and Brechtian cabaret, Gogol Bordello tells the story of New York's immigrant diaspora through debauchery, humor, and surreal costumes. Leader and singer Eugene Hütz's taste in music was spun out of black-market tapes of the The Birthday Party and Einstürzende Neubauten in his native Ukraine.

  • Goose

    (244,139 listeners)

    electronic, electro, belgian, new rave

    (1) Dance/electro rock band from Kortrijk, Belgium. (2) Post- Rock/Noise Band from Thailand (3) 16 piece Funk Band, Adelaide, Australia (4) Rock Band Cicinnati, Ohio, USA (5) Dark Ambient project by Brett Lunceford

  • Hooverphonic

    (933,792 listeners)

    trip-hop, electronic, chillout, female vocalists

    Hooverphonic is a Belgian rock/pop group formed in 1995. Though initially placed in the trip-hop genre, they quickly expanded their sound to the point where they could no longer be classified so easily. The band originally called themselves Hoover but later changed their name to Hooverphonic due to other groups using the Hoover name.

  • Interpol

    (2,129,967 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, post-punk, alternative

    Interpol is a post-punk band based in New York City, United States, that took an important part in the post-punk revival of the 2000s. The band consists of Paul Banks (vocals and guitar), Sam Fogarino (drums), and Daniel Kessler (guitar and backing vocals).

  • Jamie Lidell

    (377,072 listeners)

    soul, funk, electronic, experimental

    Jamie Lidell (born September 18, 1973, Huntingdon, England) is a musician and soul singer, signed to Warp.

  • Joe Cocker

    (1,024,465 listeners)

    classic rock, blues, rock, blues rock

    John Robert "Joe" Cocker OBE (20 May 1944 – 22 December 2014) was an English rock/blues singer who came to popularity in the 1960s, most known for his gritty voice and his cover versions of popular songs, particularly those of The Beatles.

  • Kelis

    (1,192,230 listeners)

    rnb, hip-hop, female vocalists, pop

    Kelis Rogers-Jones (born Kelis Rogers on August 21, 1979), is known simply by her first name Kelis (pronounced Kuh-lees). Her name is an amalgamation of her parents' first names, her black father Kenneth and Chinese-Puerto Rican mother Eveliss. Growing up in Middle Class Harlem, New York Kelis' childhood was not a deprived one.

  • Kyuss

    (431,736 listeners)

    stoner rock, desert rock, stoner, stoner metal

    For 2011 touring line-up, see Kyuss Lives!. Kyuss (pronounced /ˈkaɪ.əs/ KYE-əs) is the corner stone of what is known as stoner rock or desert rock. Although deriving influence from 60s-70s hard rock, Kyuss churned out a unique sound. This was primarily because guitarist Josh Homme often tuned to a low C, a major third below standard pitch, but also singer John Garcia's paint stripping vocals.

  • Kyuss Lives!

    (275 listeners)

    stoner rock, metal, desert rock, rock

    Kyuss Lives! is the most recent incarnation of the influential stoner rock band Kyuss, The original line up disbanded in late 1995, with members all going on to form new bands.

  • LADY LINN & HER MAGNIFICENT SEVEN

    (2,015 listeners)

    jazz, soul, electronic, dance

    To those with a keen ear for talent Lady Linn – real name Lien De Greef - is already a household name. She first came to prominence as the lead singer of Ghent-based pop sensation ‘Bolchi’, the group led by Jeroen De Pessemier who is currently stirring the dance world as part of ' Foxylane' and ‘The Subs’.

  • Morrissey

    (1,110,230 listeners)

    indie, alternative, british, rock

    Steven Patrick Morrissey, better known as Morrissey, is a British singer and lyricist of Irish descent born in Davyhulme, Lancashire, United Kingdom on May 22, 1959. He was the lead singer of The Smiths, one of the most influential alternative bands in the 1980s. The group split up in 1987 and Morrissey started a successful solo career.

  • North Mississippi Allstars Duo

    (54 listeners)

    blues, acoustic blues, country blues, mississippi blues

    North Mississippi Allstars formed in 1996; the product of a special time for modern Mississippi country blues.

  • O.M.D.

    (8,369 listeners)

    80s, synthypop, postpunk, omd

  • Ozark Henry

    (64,516 listeners)

    belgian, alternative, singer-songwriter, belgium

    Ozark Henry is the project of Piet Goddaer. This musician from Kortrijk, son of celebrated classical composer Norbert Goddaer, was the singer/rapper of the group Word before Ozark Henry. Despite a lot of gigs, the group never managed to get a record deal (the only release is a track "Henry Men-She" on "Debuutrock 1995") and died a subsequent silent death.

  • Paolo Nutini

    (1,029,337 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, indie, scottish, pop

    Paolo Giovanni Nutini (b. 1987) is a Scottish singer-songwriter. His influences include David Bowie, Damien Rice, Oasis, The Beatles, U2, Pink Floyd and Fleetwood Mac.

  • Primal Scream present Screamadelica Live

    (0 listeners)

  • Robert Plant

    (477,197 listeners)

    classic rock, rock, hard rock, blues

    Robert Anthony Plant CBE (born 20 August 1948, West Bromwich, Staffordshire, England) is a British rock singer-songwriter famous for being the lead vocalist of one of the most influential bands of all time: Led Zeppelin.

  • Roger Daltrey

    (75,474 listeners)

    classic rock, rock, british, 70s

    Roger Harry Daltrey, CBE (born in Hammersmith, London, England on 1 March 1944) is a popular music artist, best known as the founder and lead singer of the English rock band, The Who.

  • Scissor Sisters

    (1,170,918 listeners)

    pop, dance, electronic, glam rock

    Scissor Sisters is a four-piece glam pop / disco band, from New York City, NY, USA. The band was formed in 2000, by Jason Sellards (aka Jake Shears - lead vocals) & Scott Hoffman (aka Babydaddy - keyboard / bass). Other members are Ana Lynch (aka Ana Matronic - lead vocals) & Derek Gruen (aka Del Marquis - guitar).

  • Screamadelica

    (15 listeners)

  • Selah Sue

    (304,491 listeners)

    soul, female vocalists, jazz, singer-songwriter

    Selah Sue was born Sanne Putseys on 3rd May 1989 in Leuven, Belgium. She is a singer-songwriter, who combines multiple musical styles like folk, soul and reggae.

  • Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings

    (338,998 listeners)

    soul, funk, rhythm and blues, female vocalists

    Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings, aka Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings, are a funk/soul band, founded in Brooklyn, NY, USA (1996). They are signed to Daptone Records, where the Dap-Kings are the house band. They are widely thought to be spearheads of a revivalist movement that aims to capture the essence of funk/soul music as it was at its height in the mid-1960s to mid-1970s.

  • Soulfly

    (603,147 listeners)

    thrash metal, metal, nu metal, metalcore

    Soulfly is a metal band formed in 1997 based in Phoenix, Arizona. The original lyrical content revolved around spirituality and religious themes, with later albums encompassing other themes including war, violence, aggression, hatred and anger. Soulfly is led by former Sepultura frontman Max Cavalera, who formed the band after he left the Brazilian group in 1996.

  • The Datsuns

    (140,704 listeners)

    rock, garage rock, hard rock, new zealand

    The Datsuns are a garage rock band from Cambridge, New Zealand. In 1995, while still at school, Dolf de Borst, Phil Buscke Somervell, and Matt Osment formed a band under the name Trinket. Christian Livingstone joined the band in 1997. They entered and won the 1999 89FM Battle of the Bands competition; by 2000 the band had renamed themselves 'The Datsuns'.

  • The Heartbreaks

    (37,068 listeners)

    indie rock, indie, alternative, indie pop

    The Heartbreaks are Matthew Whitehouse (vocals), Joseph Kondras (Drums), Ryan Wallace (Guitar) and Deaks (Bass).

  • The Subs

    (74,148 listeners)

    electro, electronic, house, belgium

    Since their eponymous debut album subculture landed at the dusk of 2008, The Subs have … Played more than 160 shows, travelled to 14 countries, used 12 different airline companies, 2 tour buses and 1 private jet. Between the three of them, they’ve mailed about 250 post cards and drank about 80 bottles of vodka.

  • Thin Lizzy

    (854,844 listeners)

    hard rock, classic rock, rock, irish

    Thin Lizzy are an Irish hard rock band who formed in Dublin, Ireland in 1969. The band were led throughout their recording career by bassist, songwriter and singer Phil Lynott, and are best known for their songs Whiskey in the Jar, Jailbreak and The Boys Are Back in Town, all major international hits still played regularly on hard rock and classic rock radio stations.

  • Triggerfinger

    (112,126 listeners)

    rock, stoner rock, belgian, hard rock

    Triggerfinger is a Belgian rock band from Antwerp, Belgium, formed in 1998 with an international sound which appeals to both younger people, who recognize Queens Of The Stone Age and old rockers, who are reminded of Led Zeppelin. Triggerfinger receives rave reviews from the media. One such review claims Triggerfinger's live show makes about 500,000 other so-called rock bands instantly redundant.