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  • A Winged Victory for the Sullen

    (75,903 listeners)

    ambient, piano, modern classical, neoclassical

    A Winged Victory For The Sullen is a collaboration between Stars of the Lid member Adam Wiltzie and Dustin O'Halloran.

  • Afghan Whigs

    (249,641 listeners)

    alternative rock, rock, alternative, indie

    American band the Afghan Whigs are a soul-influenced, alternative rock band best known for their material in the 1990s.

  • Alcoholic Faith Mission

    (48,245 listeners)

    indie, experimental, folk, post-rock

    The name of the band is more of an ironic corruption of "apostolic faith mission," than a nod to the over-indulgence it implies. It's from a neon sign in Brooklyn from which Thorben Seierø Jensen and Sune Sølund set off on their search for a musical road-less-traveled in the year of 2006

  • alt-J

    (788,939 listeners)

    indie, electronic, british, alternative

    Alt-J (sometimes stylised ∆) was formed when Gwil Sainsbury (guitar, bass), Joe Newman (guitar, vocals), Gus Unger-Hamilton (keyboards) and Thom Green (drums) met at Leeds, UK University in 2007. The band currently resides in Cambridge.

  • Apparat

    (511,374 listeners)

    idm, electronic, ambient, experimental

    Apparat is a German electronic musician (Sascha Ring) living in Berlin, Germany who since 1999 has been running the Berlin based record label "Shitkatapult" together with T.Raumschmiere. Starting out with dance floor-oriented techno, he later started to create ambient music and recently became "more interested in designing sounds than beats".

  • Arthur Beatrice

    (55,959 listeners)

    british, indie, indie rock, indie pop

    Arthur Beatrice are an English indie rock band based in London , formed in 2010. Its members are Orlando Leopard (lead vocals, guitar, keyboards, organ), Ella Girardot (lead vocals, keyboards, organ) and brothers Elliot Barnes (drums, backing vocals) and Hamish Barnes (bass, backing vocals).

  • Ben Howard

    (635,800 listeners)

    folk, acoustic, singer-songwriter, british

    Ben Howard (born 24 April 1987) is an English singer-songwriter, born in London. He moved to Totnes, Devon, in his teens.

  • Bowerbirds

    (362,073 listeners)

    folk, indie folk, indie, freak folk

    The best songs of North Carolina’s Bowerbirds have always seemed eternal. Coruscated by Beth Tacular’s bird song and Phil Moore’s environmentalist empathy, “In Our Talons” (off Bowerbirds’ Hymns for a Dark Horse) was, at its core, a quest for solidarity in a world of closing shadows.

  • Boy & Bear

    (253,955 listeners)

    folk, australian, indie, indie folk

    Boy & Bear are an Australian folk rock band, based out of Sydney, New South Wales. The band began as a solo project for singer-songwriter Dave Hosking in 2009) before quickly expanding into a full band. In February 2009, Hosking uploaded a track, "The Storm", to the Unearthed program on radio station Triple J, it became a featured song at the station.

  • Charles Bradley

    (150,569 listeners)

    soul, funk, rhythm and blues, daptone

    Charles Bradley is no stranger to hard times. Born in Gainesville, Florida in 1948 and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Charles spent the better part of his childhood living on the streets.

  • Chinawoman

    (63,570 listeners)

    indie, lo-fi, experimental, female vocalists

    Chinawoman is a pseudonym of Michelle Gurevich, a Toronto born, Berlin-based singer-songwriter / multi-instrumentalist / sound-engineer. She débuted with Party Girl (2007, self-released) and her latest Let's Part in Style (Feb 2014, self-released).

  • Chris Garneau

    (146,351 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, indie, piano, indie pop

    Chris Garneau is an American singer, songwriter, and pianist, whose distinct musical style combines elements of folk, Americana, pop, baroque, and carnival music. Garneau cites Jeff Buckley, Nina Simone, Nico, and Chan Marshall, among others, as musical influences.

  • 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.

  • Damien Jurado

    (363,477 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.

  • Dan Mangan

    (109,118 listeners)

    canadian, singer-songwriter, folk, acoustic

    There are at least two artists named Dan Mangan: 1) a Canadian indie folk-rock singer-songwriter 2) an Australia DJ

  • Daughter

    (530,586 listeners)

    indie, indie folk, acoustic, female vocalists

    Daughter is Elena Tonra, a singer/songwriter from North London, UK. After releasing a 4 track Demo EP, Elena joined forces with Igor Haefeli to produce 'His Young Heart' in April 2011. On November 2011, with the addition of Remi Aguilella on drums, 'The Wild Youth - EP' was released via Communion Records.

  • Der Konig Tanzt

    (24 listeners)

  • Der König Tanzt

    (5,360 listeners)

    hip-hop, funk, german, dance

    Der König tanzt (german for: The King is dancing) is the solo project of König Boris from the German band Fettes Brot.

  • Diagrams

    (37,528 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, alternative, electronic

    When songwriter and producer Sam Genders last donned his Diagrams hat, captive listeners found themselves truly stunned by the Streatham Hill artist’s imaginative and inventive arrangements that made up 2012's debut album Black Light.

  • Effi

    (20,635 listeners)

    indie, ukulele, electronic, austria

  • Emanuel and the Fear

    (12,387 listeners)

    indie, experimental, pop, orchestral

    With a sound that derives itself from composers and songwriters across the board, Brooklyn's Emanuel and the Fear is 6 member rock band that focuses on intertwining the modern day pop song with extravagant and complex composition.

  • Ewert and the Two Dragons

    (37,803 listeners)

    indie, estonian, indie rock, folk

    Ewert and The Two Dragons is a folk rock / indie band from Tallinn, Estonia. Their debut album “The Hills Behind The Hills” was released in autumn 2009 and since then they have taken the Baltics by storm.

  • Grant Lee Buffalo

    (131,300 listeners)

    alternative, rock, americana, singer-songwriter

    Grant Lee Buffalo is a Los Angeles-based rock band, consisting of Grant-Lee Phillips (vocals and guitar), Paul Kimble (bass) and Joey Peters (drums). All three were previously members of another LA band, Shiva Burlesque. As GLB, they released four albums: Fuzzy (1993), Mighty Joe Moon (1994), Copperopolis (1996) and Jubilee (1998, without Kimble who had left the band the previous year).

  • Guillemots

    (380,059 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, british, alternative

    Guillemots is a London-based avant-garde pop and indie rock band, formed in November 2004. They consist of: Fyfe Dangerfield from Birmingham in England (a.k.a.

  • Helmut

    (3,315 listeners)

    metal, rock, berlin, indie

    HELMUT are a blues / rock / metal band from Geneva, Switzerland. After releasing the EP "Mjöllnir" in 2007 and a first album "12" in May 2009, both based on nervous and energetic metal riffs, they naturally slipped back to their roots, the Blues.

  • Honig

    (12,988 listeners)

    indie, german, singer-songwriter, indie pop

    German singer/songwriter Stefan Honig (engl. honey), spending time on his solo project. Beautiful lovesongs, calm, with acoustic guitar. Stefan Honig also sings with the band Benevolent ( http://benevolent.de ) from around NRW, Germany.

  • Iceage

    (131,106 listeners)

    post-punk, punk, post-hardcore, hardcore punk

    Iceage is a rock band formed in Copenhagen, Denmark in 2008. The lineup consists of Elias Bender Rønnenfelt, Jakob Tvilling Pless, Johan Surrballe Wieth and Dan Kjær Nielsen. They have released three LPs: New Brigade (2011), You're Nothing (2013), and Plowing into the Field of Love (2014).

  • Jaga Jazzist

    (294,029 listeners)

    jazz, nu jazz, electronic, instrumental

    Jaga Jazzist is an experimental jazz band from Tønsberg, Norway, that rose to prominence when the BBC named their first official album, A livingroom hush (Smalltown Supersound/Ninja Tune), the best jazz album of 2002. The core of the band are brothers and main songwriters Lars Horntveth and Martin Horntveth.

  • Jamie N Commons

    (96,930 listeners)

    blues, folk, singer-songwriter, acoustic

    Jamie N Commons is a blues rock and folk musician from Bristol, England. Commons said The Allman Brothers Band, the soundtrack for O Brother, Where Art Thou?, and Moby's Play were important, early influences.

  • Kraftklub

    (101,393 listeners)

    german, indie, electronic, randie pop

    Kraftklub is a German indie rock band founded at the end of 2009 in Chemnitz and released their first EP entitled Adonis Maximus on 13 February 2010. Two of them are siblings, Felix and Till. The band members: Vocals: Felix Brummer, Guitar/Vocals: Karl Schumann,

  • Loney, dear

    (128,283 listeners)

    swedish, indie pop, indie, singer-songwriter

    Loney, dear used to be the moniker of multi-instrumentalist and home-recording phenomenon, Emil Svanängen from Jönköping, Sweden. Svanängen slightly changed his artist's name in 2009, skipping the comma in Loney, dear. He is now recording and releasing music as Loney Dear. Both names exist on Last.fm, so (for as long as the two are not merged) please try to get this right: it differs per album!

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

    (111,125 listeners)

    folk, indie, experimental, freak folk

    Brad Cook, Joe Westerlund and Phil Cook originate from Durham, North Carolina, formerly of Amateur Love and DeYarmond Edison, which included Justin Vernon (Bon Iver).

  • Niels Frevert

    (52,244 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, german, deutsch, hamburg

    Niels Frevert (born November 8, 1967 in Hamburg, Germany) is a German singer and songwriter. Frevert was voice and writer of Nationalgalerie, one of the first bands of german language, who were played with a german language song Evelin at MTV. After the split of Nationalgalerie in 1996, Frevert released his self-titled solo album with Motor Music.

  • Nigel Wright

    (2,838 listeners)

    seen live 2012, folk, indie, pop

  • Oberhofer

    (136,496 listeners)

    indie, indie pop, electronic, alternative

    Oberhofer started in 2008 as the recording project of Brad Oberhofer. After moving from his native Tacoma, Washington to New York City, Oberhofer attended New York University to study music composition.[1] In the style of Jon Bon Jovi, the young singer adopted his own name as the title of the project.

  • Other Lives

    (185,254 listeners)

    indie, indie folk, folk, alternative

    Kunek was a genre smoothie. Toss some indie, folk, post-rock, and ambient in a blender and set to awesome. In August 2008, Kunek announced via their Myspace that Kunek will live on only through their fantastic but lone album, Flight of the Flynns. Five members of Kunek have transferred to a new band under the Other Lives moniker.

  • Patrick Watson

    (298,540 listeners)

    indie, singer-songwriter, folk, canadian

    Patrick Watson (born 1979 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada) is a Canadian singer-songwriter, whose blend of cabaret pop and classical music influences with indie rock has been compared to Rufus Wainwright, Jeff Buckley and Andrew Bird.

  • Skinny Lister

    (20,315 listeners)

    folk, indie, british, live gesehen

    Skinny Lister are not your average, modern day, gentrified English folk group. Fronted by Dan Heptinstall and Lorna Thomas; a vocalist with a lusty cackle and flirtatious presence, the London based five-piece hail from across England. Borrowing the nickname from the Lister family, pioneers in the use of anesthetic, the band have grown naturally and organically over the past two years.

  • Steve Smyth

    (9,470 listeners)

    folk, indie folk, australian, singer-songwriter

    There are two musicians with the name Steve Smyth. 1. An Australian blues/folk musician; and 2. An American heavy metal guitarist.

  • Team Me

    (78,826 listeners)

    indie, norwegian, indie pop, chamber pop

    Team Me is an indie pop band from Norway. Their 2011 debut studio album 'To the Treetops!' won the 2011 Norwegian Grammy Awards (Spellemannprisen) in the category "Best Pop Group of the Year". They are currently in Elverum recording their second studio album due for release in 2014.

  • The British Expeditionary Force

    (14,368 listeners)

    ambient, electronic, post-rock, indie electro

    As the band of which he was a founding member, yourcodenameis:milo, go into indefinite hiatus, producer/songwriter Justin Lockey returns with his new project The British Expeditionary Force, which was released through cinematic music lovers Erased Tapes Records in winter 2007/2008.

  • The Maccabees

    (835,463 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, british, alternative

    The Maccabees are an indie rock band from London, UK. The line-up consists of Orlando Weeks (vocals), Hugo White (guitar), Felix White (guitar, vocals), Rupert Jarvis (bass) and Sam Doyle (drums).

  • The War on Drugs

    (380,780 listeners)

    indie rock, indie, folk, folk rock

    The War on Drugs is an American indie rock band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Band member Adam Granduciel (born Adam Granofsky in Dover, Massachusetts) moved from Oakland, California to Philadelphia in 2003, where he met Kurt Vile and began playing music with him.

  • Thees Uhlmann & Band

    (22 listeners)

    seen live

  • tUnE-yArDs

    (335,863 listeners)

    experimental, freak folk, indie, folk

    tUnE-yArDs is the moniker of Oakland-based musician Merrill Garbus (b. 1979 in Connecticut, United States). To date, she has three full-length studio albums and is currently signed to the British independent record label 4AD. She was formerly a member of Sister Suvi.

  • Two Door Cinema Club

    (1,470,285 listeners)

    indie, electronic, british, alternative

    Two Door Cinema Club is a Bangor and Donaghadee, Northern Ireland, UK, electropop / alternative band, formed 2007, consisting of Alex Trimble (vocals, guitar), Kevin Baird (bass, vocals), Sam Halliday (guitar, vocals) and, live only, Benjamin Thompson (drums).

  • Wendy McNeill

    (4,671 listeners)

    folk, canadian, accordion, singer-songwriter

    Her music is a compelling blend of the bold and the vulnerable with hints of cabaret, pop, and spoken word. She creates her sound with looped vocals, accordion, and guitar and is often accompanied by incredible guest musicians.

  • White Rabbits

    (366,055 listeners)

    indie rock, indie, alternative, rock

    White Rabbits is an indie rock band which formed in Columbia, Missouri, United States in 2004. The band consists of Greg Roberts (vocals, guitar), Steve Patterson (vocals, piano), Alex Even (guitar, vocals), Brian Betancourt (bass), Matt "The Duck" Clark (drums) and Jamie Levinson (drums).

  • Wilco

    (1,189,346 listeners)

    alt-country, indie, indie rock, rock

    Wilco is a rock band which formed in 1994 in Chicago, Illinois, United States by the remaining members of alternative country group Uncle Tupelo following singer Jay Farrar's departure from that group. Wilco's lineup has changed frequently, with only singer Jeff Tweedy and bassist John Stirratt remaining from the original incarnation.

  • Willis Earl BealUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (49,655 listeners)

    blues, soul, lo-fi, singer-songwriter

    Willis Earl Beal is a Chicago born artist and musician. His music is mostly blues, R&B, gospel and folk influenced. Beal participated in auditions for Simon Cowell's 'The X Factor' television show, but dropped out of the "boot-camp" stage of the competition.