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  • Afghan Whigs

    (248,939 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.

  • Atlas Sound

    (373,131 listeners)

    shoegaze, experimental, psychedelic, ambient

    Atlas Sound is the name of a musical solo project of Bradford Cox, the lead singer of Deerhunter. Cox was born in Athens, Georgia in 1982.

  • Baxter Dury

    (65,576 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, indie rock, indie, alternative

    Baxter Dury, son of the late Ian Dury, is an indie-rock singer-songwriter. In the summer of 2001 Baxter Dury released his debut single, the "Oscar Brown EP". The single picked up rave reviews, which included 'Single of the Week' in NME. It also achieved 'Single of the Week' in the Guardian.

  • Beach House

    (989,477 listeners)

    dream pop, indie pop, indie, lo-fi

    Beach House is a dream pop group that formed in 2005 in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. The group consists of Victoria Legrand (vocals, organ) and Alex Scally (guitar, keyboards). Legrand is the niece of French composer Michel Legrand. The group has released four albums: 2006's "Beach House", 2008's "Devotion", 2010's "Teen Dream" and "Bloom", released in May 2012 by Sub Pop Records.

  • Best Youth

    (3,499 listeners)

    trip-hop, female vocalists, portuguese, portugal

    Best Youth is a duo composed of Ed Rocha Gonçalves and Catarina Salinas from Porto, Portugal. Their sound is often described as a clash between indie rock, dreampop and some synthpop with a great deal of melody, harmony and rhythm.

  • Bigott

    (26,225 listeners)

    folk, indie, indie pop, spanish

    Bigott is a one-man band from Zaragoza, Spain, founded by Borja Laudo.

  • Black Lips

    (467,678 listeners)

    garage rock, garage punk, indie, garage

    The Black Lips are a self-described "flower punk" band which formed in Atlanta, Georgia, United States in 2000.

  • Chairlift

    (489,232 listeners)

    electronic, indie, indie pop, female vocalists

    Chairlift is an electro-pop band which formed in 2005 in Boulder, Colorado, United States. The band consists of Caroline Polachek (vocals, keyboards) and Patrick Wimberly (bass, drums). The third founding member, Aaron Pfenning (guitar, synths, vocals), left the band in 2010.

  • Codeine

    (64,310 listeners)

    slowcore, post-rock, sadcore, indie

    American indie rock band formed in New York in 1989 by members Stephen Immerwahr (vocal, bass), Chris Brokaw (drums) and John Engle (guitar).

  • Deadboy

    (53,222 listeners)

    dubstep, future garage, electronic, uk funky

    Deadboy is the name of two different artists: 1) Underground DJ and producer from London 2) IDM/breaks artist - old project of Sean Forsyth

  • Demdike Stare

    (28,328 listeners)

    dark ambient, drone, experimental, dub

    Demdike Stare is the occult project of Miles Whittaker and Sean Canty. Miles is also known as Modern Love's DJ MLZ or as one half of Pendle Coven. Sean Canty is the dedicated digger behind the Haxan events and a member of the respected Finders Keepers crew of vinyl vultures.

  • Dirty Three

    (168,403 listeners)

    post-rock, instrumental, australian, indie

    Dirty Three is an Australian instrumental rock band, consisting of Warren Ellis (violin and bass guitar), Mick Turner (electric and bass guitars) and Jim White (drums). They formed in Melbourne, Australia in 1992. During their career the group have spent much of their time overseas, when not performing together Turner is based in Melbourne, White lives in New York, and Ellis in Paris.

  • Erol Alkan

    (51,711 listeners)

    electronic, electro, electronica, techno

    At the end of 2006, Erol Alkan was at a crossroads. He’d been voted DJ of the year by Mixmag. He’d made landmark, expectation-defying remixes for bands he loved: a crunching “glam racket” reworking of ‘Do You Want To’ for Franz Ferdinand, a wonderfully wistful reinterpretation of Hot Chip’s ‘Boy From School’…

  • Esperit!

    (692 listeners)


    With absolute freedom as a leitmotif, Mau Boada makes the leap from Les Aus to Esperit! To feast on hallucinogenic folk and travel without leaving the recording studio to all types of places, continents and dimensions.

  • Forest Swords

    (111,334 listeners)

    psychedelic, experimental, ambient, dub

    Forest Swords is one producer, Matthew Barnes, from the Wirral, Liverpool, UK. A unique blend of jagged hip-hop and R&B beats, looping guitar lines and manipulated samples, his evocative and emotional music reflects the sprawling Wirral landscape of river, coastland and woodland with all the haunting melodies of nearby city Liverpool’s enviable pop history.

  • Gala Drop

    (5,635 listeners)

    dub, psychedelic, tribal, electronic

    Born out of the Portuguese music scene, Gala Drop is a project comprised of Lisbon's foremost underground agitator and patron for all creative sound endeavors Nelson Gomes, full time DJ, label owner and Loosers member Tiago Miranda and hyperactive drummer and percussionist Afonso Simões.

  • I Break Horses

    (128,025 listeners)

    shoegaze, swedish, indie, electronic

    The male/female duo, I Break Horses, are the nom de plume of Maria Lindén and her musical partner Fredrik Balck. The pair named themselves after a Smog song.

  • Jackmaster

    (3,435 listeners)

    electronic, lollapalooza 2011, 1986-01-11, geohash:gcuvz0dsqjgk

    As well as being the co-founder of Numbers – one of the UK’s fastest rising record labels and party planners – Jackmaster is one hell of a DJ.

  • Jeff Mangum

    (66,629 listeners)

    indie, elephant 6, singer-songwriter, lo-fi

    Jeff Mangum is the founder and driving force behind what was the band Neutral Milk Hotel and one of the cofounders of the Elephant 6 Collective.

  • John Talabot

    (153,223 listeners)

    deep house, electronic, house, balearic beat

    John Talabot is a youngster from Barcelona, Spain with a rather special way of approaching music. His influences range from flamenco to northern soul, from African music to traditional Asian songs.

  • Julie & The Carjackers

    (818 listeners)

    portuguese, under 2000 listeners, jazz, indie

    João Correia (guitar / vocals), Bruno Pernadas (guitar / banjo), Inês Sousa (percussions / vocals), Mariana Pais (bass / vocals), João Gil (piano / keyboards / vocals) & António Vasconcelos (drum/ vocals)…are the heart of “Julie and the Carjackers”…

  • Kindness

    (169,706 listeners)

    disco, electronic, british, indie

    Kindness is the stage name of British musician Adam Bainbridge. He first drew attention from the media with his cover of The Replacements' "Swingin' Party". His first LP, World, You Need a Change of Mind, was released in 2012. disambiguation:

  • Kings of Convenience

    (1,273,706 listeners)

    indie, acoustic, norwegian, indie pop

    Kings of Convenience are a music duo formed in Bergen, Norway, playing a style that features acoustic instrumental playing and their two voices. The band consists of Erlend Øye and Eirik Glambek Bøe. They met as children at a geography competition. They are known for their delicate tunes, calming voices, and intricately subtle guitar melodies.

  • Lee Ranaldo

    (60,900 listeners)

    experimental, noise, avant-garde, noise rock

    Lee M. Ranaldo (born February 3, 1956) is an American singer, guitarist, writer, record producer, and visual artist, probably best known as a co-founder of the rock band Sonic Youth.

  • Linda Martini

    (18,052 listeners)

    post-rock, portuguese, alternative rock, progressive rock

    Linda Martini are a post-rock / alternative rock band formed in the suburbs of Lisbon, Portugal in 2003. Their first demo was recorded between 2004 and 2005 and in 2006 they release their first EP along with their first album Olhos de Mongol. Linda Martini are André Henriques (vocals, guitar), Cláudia Guerreiro (bass, harmonica), Hélio Morais (drums) and Pedro Geraldes (guitar).

  • M83

    (1,654,410 listeners)

    electronic, shoegaze, post-rock, indie

    M83 is the rock and electronic music project of the French artist Anthony Gonzalez. He and former member Nicolas Fromageau founded the group in 2001 in Antibes, France. M83's style owes a lot to the shoegaze genre, in that there is much emphasis on tonality, extensive use of reverb effects and often softly-spoken lyrics at times submerged in instrumentation.

  • Mercury Rev

    (338,909 listeners)

    indie, dream pop, indie rock, alternative

    Mercury Rev is an American rock music group, that formed in 1989 in Buffalo, New York. Original personnel were David Baker (vocals), Jonathan Donahue (vocals, guitars), Sean "Grasshopper" Mackowiak (guitars, clarinet), Suzanne Thorpe (flute), Dave Fridmann (bass) and Jimy Chambers (drums).

  • Mujeres

    (11,319 listeners)

    garage rock, indie rock, spain, all

    We met at University, studying cinema and ended up being friends. After graduation we thought that the best way to keep the four of us united was creating a rock and roll band. That's how Mujeres was born. Everything else is unimportant.

  • Neon Indian

    (549,141 listeners)

    electronic, chillwave, psychedelic, lo-fi

    Neon Indian is a chillwave band from Denton, Texas. The group is the current project of musician Alan Palomo, also known for his work with the band Ghosthustler and as the artist VEGA. The group has released two albums: "Psychic Chasms" (2009) and "Era Extraña" (2011).

  • Nick Garrie

    (7,900 listeners)

    baroque pop, singer-songwriter, psychedelic rock, folk

    Nick Garrie-Hamilton, better known as Nick Garrie, is a British singer-songwriter best known for his extremely rare 1969 debut album, The Nightmare of JB Stanislas, which is considered by many to be an exemplary piece of psychedelic baroque pop.

  • Oneman

    (4,196 listeners)

    electronic, dubstep, bass, wonky

    Oneman has almost single-handedly re-invented old school garage - taking the art of djing to a new level - recontextualising 2 step garage into dubstep, grime, funky, 'wonky' and beyond. He is the only artist ever to appear on Mary Anne Hobb’s BBC Radio 1 show without releasing a single record." - Cargo, London.

  • Other Lives

    (182,837 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.

  • Redinho

    (14,810 listeners)

    uk funky, dubstep, electronic, experimental

    Tom Calvert, aka Redinho, spent his teens on the West Coast of America marvelling at California’s famed scratch DJs. The Londoner build a name for himself through a series of intriguing releases that employ his trademark talkbox effects.

  • Rufus Wainwright

    (1,012,530 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, indie, folk, alternative

    Rufus McGarrigle Wainwright (born 22 July 1973) is a Canadian-American singer-songwriter. Wainwright was born in Rhinebeck, New York, USA, to folk singers Loudon Wainwright III and Kate McGarrigle (they divorced while he was a child).

  • Saint Etienne

    (419,722 listeners)

    electronic, pop, female vocalists, indie pop

    Saint Etienne are an indie dance/indie pop trio which formed in Croydon, England in 1990. The band was founded by journalist Bob Stanley (born December 25, 1964) and Pete Wiggs (born May 15, 1966) in Croydon, UK, January 1990. After recording 2 singles with guest singers, Sarah Cracknell (born April 12, 1967, Chelmsford, Essex) joined as a full member.

  • Shellac

    (123,189 listeners)

    math rock, noise rock, post-punk, indie rock

    Shellac (sometimes referred to as 'Shellac of North America') is an American rock music group formed in Chicago, Illinois, in 1992 by Steve Albini (guitar and vocals), Bob Weston (bass guitar vocals) and Todd Trainer (drums). They have been classified as post-hardcore, noise rock and math rock.

  • Siskiyou

    (26,775 listeners)

    folk, canadian, indie, lo-fi

    SISKIYOU is Colin Huebert and Erik Arnesen. Until recently, Colin Huebert was a member of Great Lake Swimmers. Erik Arnesen continues to play banjo and guitar for Great Lake Swimmers. Their self-titled album was recorded by Huebert inside stairwells, bathrooms, hotel rooms, and on beaches and rooftops in the greater Vancouver area.

  • Sleepy Sun

    (79,284 listeners)

    psychedelic rock, psychedelic, experimental, indie

    The band of brothers known far and wide as Sleepy Sun don't sit still for long. Though they remain real and spiritual citizens of the Northern California hive that birthed the band in the latter half of the last decade, Sleepy Sun is a rambling band- a certifiably vagabond unit that built a reputation among American and European audiences as fine-tuned…

  • Spencer

    (12,207 listeners)

    chillout, eurobeat, dub, reggae

    1- Spencer is an eurobeat alias for Gianni Coraini, also known as Ken Laszlo. The project was produced by Mauro Farina and Guliano Crivellente. Singles: "Doctor Of Love",and "Hurrycane"

  • Spiritualized

    (473,852 listeners)

    space rock, shoegaze, psychedelic, indie

    Spiritualized are an English rock band formed in 1990 in Rugby, Warwickshire, United Kingdom by Jason Pierce, who often goes by the alias J. Spaceman, after the spectacular demise of the Spacemen 3 outfit. The membership of Spiritualized changes from album to album, with Pierce being the only constant factor.

  • Stopestra!

    (1 listener)

    The "biggest band in the world" is from Porto, made up of musicians from Porto, and is called StopEstra.

  • Suede

    (741,381 listeners)

    britpop, indie, british, alternative

    There are at least two artists which have used this name 1. A popular alternative rock band from the United Kingdom 2. A lounge singer from the United States

  • Tall Firs

    (10,300 listeners)

    indie rock, electric folk, rock, folk

    Tall Firs were formed in 1990 when teenagers Dave Mies and Aaron Mullan taught one another to play guitar over the telephone in Annapolis, Maryland. Eleven years later they played their first gig, having crawled to Brooklyn, NY in the interim. Halfway through the second decade of searching for a drummer, Ryan Sawyer finally assumed the throne.

  • Tennis

    (342,251 listeners)

    indie pop, lo-fi, indie, chillwave

    There are at least three artists sharing this name. 1. Tennis is Patrick Riley and Alaina Moore, a husband/wife duo. The idea for the project began one day a couple of years ago when Alaina made fun of Patrick for playing tennis in college. A year later the two fled their hometown Denver to spend eight months sailing and exploring the North Atlantic coast.

  • The Drums

    (831,557 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, indie pop, surf rock

    There is more than one group named The Drums: 1) an American indie pop band from Brooklyn, NY 2) an American experimental band from San Francisco

  • The Flaming Lips

    (1,597,068 listeners)

    indie, alternative, indie rock, rock

    The Flaming Lips are an American neo-psychedelic band, formed in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States in 1983.

  • The Olivia Tremor Control

    (185,651 listeners)

    psychedelic, elephant 6, indie, experimental

    The Olivia Tremor Control was an Athens, Georgia, USA psychedelic rock band in the mid- to late 1990s which, along with The Apples in Stereo and Neutral Milk Hotel, was one of the three original Elephant 6 projects. The band was founded by the remnants of the group Synthetic Flying Machine (Jeff Mangum, Bill Doss, and Will Cullen Hart) in 1994 and disbanded in early 2000.

  • The Rapture

    (811,936 listeners)

    indie, electronic, indie rock, post-punk

    There are two bands sharing the name The Rapture: 1. An American dance-punk group 2. For the Finnish death/doom band, see Rapture.

  • The Right Ons

    (11,507 listeners)

    rock, spanish, indie rock, funk

    The most American sounding Rock n' Roll band that isn't from America. The Right Ons, are in fact from Madrid, Spain - and sing entirely in English. Drawing heavily on the Detroit Garage Sound, as well as funk and soul from the 60's and 70's, the band's energetic live show has become legendary on the festival circuit in Spain.

  • The Walkmen

    (729,172 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, rock, alternative

    The Walkmen are an American indie rock band, with members based in New York City and Philadelphia. The band formed in 2000 with three members from Jonathan Fire*Eater—Paul Maroon (guitar, piano), Walter Martin (organ/bass), and Matt Barrick (drums)—and two from The Recoys, Peter Bauer (bass/organ) and Hamilton Leithauser (vocals, guitar). All but Bauer attended St. Albans in Washington, D.C.