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  • Abakus

    (103,458 listeners)

    ambient, chillout, downtempo, electronic

    Abakus is Russell Davies the son of Dave Davies the founder of the Kinks. Who also releases electro/disco-house under the moniker Cinnamon Chasers.

  • auto orbit

    (2 listeners)

  • Bang Bang

    (23,528 listeners)

    electronic, punk rock, punk, chillout

    There are several artists called Bang Bang: 1/ A well known hardcore band similar to The Bronx from Detroit, Michigan. Formed in 2004, are now on an indefinite hiatus after playing their 'last' show in September 2005, though have played numerous 'reunion' shows around Detroit since.

  • Big Gigantic

    (103,996 listeners)

    electronic, dubstep, trip hop, chillout

    One thing Dominic Lalli (Motet saxophonist/producer) is not afraid of is trying new things. Big Gigantic is Lalli’s latest project that showcases an array of gripping compositions combining elements of a DJ and a live band setup. Lalli and drummer Jeremy Salken, mix thoughtful melodic ideas, with pulsating dance tunes, sure to energize the dance floor.

  • Blacklight Rukus

    (0 listeners)

  • Blue Boy Productions

    (144 listeners)

  • Consider the Source

    (2,319 listeners)

    progressive rock, instrumental, ethnic metal jam, jam band

    NYC trio Consider the Source defy easy description. If intergalactic beings of pure energy, after initiation into an order of whirling dervishes, built some kind of pan-dimensional booty-shaking engine, powered by psychedelics and abstract math, it'd probably just sound like a CTS tribute band.

  • Cosmic Dust Bunnies

    (34 listeners)


    The Cosmic Dust Bunnies are a very unique electronic/jam style band that layer in influences from Reggae, Blues, Funk, Rock, Pop, and everything in-between. The band hits the stage with a fury and an ultimate goal of getting everybody up and moving. With a desire to never let a show drag, the songs often flow from one to another sometimes encompassing entire sets.

  • Cyborg Trio

    (0 listeners)

    The innovative Cyborg Trio are known for their dynamic, psychedelic improvisation and carefully crafted beats.

  • D.V.S*

    (2,171 listeners)

    downtempo, digital, electronic, stella blues

    D.V.S* is a guitarist / DJ/ Producer based out of Colorado, by way of New York. His music combines big dancefloor beats with vintage soul melodies and modern rock textures.

  • damn right

    (545 listeners)

    glam rock, sleaze rock, under 2000 listeners, rock and roll

    With little but word of mouth since their first ever live performance back in January 2007, Cape Town music rock band Damn Right have taken the underground Cape Town music scene by storm.

  • Digital Tape Machine

    (290 listeners)

    jam, breakbeat, livetronica, umphreys

    Digital Tape Machine is a Chicago based band. The group consists of members from multiple Chicago groups including Umphrey's McGee, Strange Arrangement, Liquid Soul, Land of Atlantis, and The Hue. This group features Kris Myers, Joel Cummins, Joe Hettinga, Kevin Barry, David Arredondo, Marcus Rezak, and Dan Rucinski.

  • DJ Brad Lee

    (0 listeners)

  • DJ Codiac

    (3 listeners)

  • DJ Foges

    (0 listeners)

  • Dopapod

    (3,792 listeners)

    funk, rock, jam, jazz

    Dopapod exists at the crossroads of full throttle intensity, deep pocket groove, intricate technicality, and limitless experimentation.

  • Dr. Jah & the Love Prophets

    (0 listeners)

  • ELECTRONICAnonymous

    (6 listeners)

  • EOTO

    (51,739 listeners)

    electronic, dubstep, jam band, experimental

    Jason Hann and Michael Travis (percussionist and drummer from the band The String Cheese Incident) make up this 100% improvised live Breakbeat/ House/ Drum n Bass/ Trip Hop/ Dubstep project.

  • Funktion

    (371 listeners)

    jam, soul, funk, r&b

    Funk is an amorphous substance, able to mold itself to a variety of emotions and environments. It consists of all the things we know and composes all the things we feel. It’s the stuff that jiggles in our spine, the thing that rumbles in our belly. It’s the stuff crammed between our toes and the matter jammed between our ears.

  • Gramatik

    (234,116 listeners)

    hip-hop, funk, downtempo, chillout

    Good music is felt not heard. Gramatik apparently understood that at an age of 3 according to his mother as she used to catch him glued to the radio in his older sister's room whenever there was an old funk or rhythm & blues joint on, tapping his leg on the floor along with the beat. Damn, talking about a sign on what will your child do when he grows up!

  • Higher Organix

    (25 listeners)

    digital, stella blues

    HiGHER ORGANiX is a power trio hailing from The Shire (Berkshire County, MA). They play an undefinable style that mixes dance rhythms, and electronic experimentation with a jam-rock sensibility and willingness to take it to new places every time.

  • Ian Stewart

    (1,008 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, dark ambient, rac, busker

    1. Ian Stewart - the composer of the tracks below - is a British composer specialising in electronica and music for classical saxophone. The tracks on Part2 Records are by this composer.

  • Insigniya

    (8 listeners)

  • JamAntics

    (3 listeners)

  • Jeff Bujak

    (640 listeners)

    electronic, piano, under 2000 listeners, progressive

    Man and machine; a combination that can create flawlessly composed musical pieces and tell musical stories that explore life and define the soul.

  • Jimkata

    (2,898 listeners)

    all, jam, electro rock, under 2000 listeners

    Jimkata is a four piece electro-rock band based out of Ithaca, NY. Intertwining electric guitars, bass and drum kit with synthesizers and electronic drums, Jimkata is a reminder of the modern lengths that a quartet can reach without leaving their rock roots.

  • Kung Fu

    (2,062 listeners)

    rock, under 2000 listeners, jam, funk

    “I was trying to become the ultimate technical musician -- able to play anything. Jazz fusion to me is the hardest music to play. You have to be so proficient on your instrument. Playing five tempos at the same time, for instance. I wanted to try the toughest music because I knew if I could do that, I could do anything.” - Randy Jackson

  • Lespecial

    (264 listeners)

    alternative, experimental, math rock, metal

    lespecial (one word, all lowercase) is a trio that possesses a natural talent for composing and improvising confidently outside of the boundaires of musical genres, while at the same time faithfully recreating traditions in world rhythms and musics.

  • Marco Benevento Trio

    (594 listeners)

    sxsw 2009

  • Moses & The Electric Company

    (6 listeners)

  • Mother Fletcher

    (76 listeners)

    ska, reggae, hudson ny, forky

    Mother Fletcher is an eclectic and unique mix of ska, rock and reggae out of Hudson, Ny. Their special blend of music brings together sounds and styles from all over the world; with the creative use of such instruments as the harmonium out of the far east, to the sardonic sounds of the violin.

  • Mun

    (128 listeners)

  • Normal Instruments

    (10 listeners)

    Michael Carter from the Indobox, Jules Jenssen from Higher Organix, Matt Beckett from Cosmic Dust Bunnies... and Jeff Bujak.

  • One.man.And

    (4 listeners)

  • Orchard Lounge

    (731 listeners)

    trance, soul, funk, downtempo

    Orchard Lounge is a collective of DJs and close friends that formed in Chicago, IL, USA in 2000. The trio of Ben Silver, Spencer Lokken, and Bethany Lokken, focus on performing for the more discerning of dance floors, and are known to appeal to open-minded and diverse audiences.

  • Otis Grove

    (1,032 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, asciiecho, rock, jazz

    Otis Grove began as a collective experiment in crossing the traditional jazz sound, with funk and Hip-Hop rhythms. It was the beginning of a sound based in groove, free in improvisation, yet rooted in songwriting, and soulful melodies.

  • Ott

    (161,615 listeners)

    dub, ambient, chillout, psychedelic

    There is more than one artist with this name. 1) Ott is a record producer and musician who has worked with Sinéad O'Connor, Embrace, The Orb, and Brian Eno, and has achieved recognition since 2002 for his own psychedelic dub tracks and his collaborations with Simon Posford (Hallucinogen / Shpongle).

  • Outlet

    (284 listeners)

    dub, techno, industrial metal, uk

    There are multiple artists using the name Outlet: 1. An electronic music producer. 2. A 4 piece metallic hardcore/metalcore band from Utah. They have a 5 song EP out now entitled Broken Is The Man, Vital Are The Missing Parts.

  • Papadosio

    (18,948 listeners)

    psychedelic, jam, electronic rock, jam band

    Papadosio is a five member band from Athens, Ohio. The band members are: Anthony Thogmartin on guitar, keys, vocals; Billy Brouse on keys and vocals; Mike Healy on drums; and Rob McConnell on bass, vocals and a recent new addition of Sam Brouse on keys and vocals as well.

  • Perileyes

    (66 listeners)

    dubstep, glitch, ambient

    Beginning as the brainchild of Sheridan Willard in 2001, perileyes has grown to be an anomaly of sorts. After Liam Collins' joining in 2009, the duo has yielded "Groovy intense dubstep clashing with elements of industrial in a Shpongle-esque swirl of psychedelia." With their unique take on dubstep, perileyes promises to be an act to follow in the year to come.

  • RAQ

    (22,763 listeners)

    jam band, funk, jam, jam rock

    Based in Burlington, Vermont, and self-described as high performance rock and roll, RAQ has seen its fair share of obstacles since it's inception.

  • Rogue Chimp

    (10 listeners)

    Rogue Chimp fuses the perfect balance of odd metered technique with dance grooves that will have you doing the running man, tossing dice or any other classics! Be sure to check out a live performance... fans never leave unsatisfied. The tight techno fusion lays the funk down, keeping the audience happily dancing, while blowing the minds of the head bobbing critiques.

  • Segway

    (53 listeners)

    rock, electronic, jam, jam band

    Eric Adams: Keys Neil Fennekohl: Guitar Ben Waldman: Bass Steve Gorsuch: Drums Strap on your moon boots, and lint roll your slickest space suit, cause when Segway hits the scene the party's going intergalactic! Based in Baltimore, this act specializes in live, organic dance music with enough twists, turns, and surprises to leave even the most jaded jam connoisseur wanting more.

  • Sistine Criminals

    (25 listeners)

  • Space Jesus

    (887 listeners)

    future, psychedelic, dubstep, bass

    Space Jesus is NJ based producer Jasha Tull's solo project. Jasha is the main producer on Planet Cognac's A.L.P.H.A., B.E.T.A., and xxxmass EPs.

  • Speakerbot

    (47 listeners)

    house, electronic, techno, electro

    Speakerbot is the robot-DJ alias of New Jersey's Aashish Bansal. Aash has been producing his own blend of deep house, disco, and funk for the last 6 years and can be found playing his eclectic mix for crowds in house parties, venues, and festivals all over the Northeast.

  • split phase

    (17 listeners)

  • steady knock

    (0 listeners)

  • Strange Arrangement

    (539 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, rock, jazz, folk

    Trying to put a label on something is difficult. You run the risk of catering to the wrong demographic, or scaring away the right person. Labels are for soup cans and cereal boxes in my opinion and should be kept as such. Unfortunately, when trying to market a band to the masses, labels are a necessary evil.