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  • A Winged Victory For The Sullen

    (43,686 listeners)

    ambient, piano, neoclassical, modern classical

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

  • Agustí Fernández

    (458 listeners)

    free jazz, gammarec, freepurp1e, free improvisation

    Agustí Fernández was born in Palma de Mallorca, where he studied piano. Later he continued his studies in Barcelona, France and Germany.

  • Akkachar

    (436 listeners)

    dubstep, netherlands, grime, dj's

    Amsterdam based dj/producer, boss of Rwina Records, resident at the Subway parties in Rotterdam.

  • Albatre

    (88 listeners)

    free jazz, jazzcore, experimental, avant-garde

    Albatre is a new experimental music trio based in Rotterdam, and joining two Portuguese living in that city, Hugo Costa (alto sax) and Gonçalo Almeida (electric bass) to the German drummer Philipp Ernsting. Albatre plays a schizoid music which has free jazz and rock (as envisioned by punk and metal) as idiomatic poles.

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

    (30,177 listeners)

    lo-fi, psychedelic, folk, experimental

    Amen Dunes, the solo project of Damon McMahon, began with recordings made in the fall of 2006 in upstate New York.

  • Ancient Ocean

    (289 listeners)

    ambient, psychedelic, drone, under 2000 listeners

    John Bohannon's Ancient Ocean is filled with shimmering ambiance made from guitar and samples. Building from silent humming tones, guitar melodies and delicate tonal drones envelope into lush soundscapes. Moods are similar to Stars of the Lid and various solo works of Kawabata Makoto, but carry their own majestic quality.

  • Andy Stott

    (59,586 listeners)

    dub techno, techno, minimal techno, minimal

    Andy Stott is a DJ and producer from Manchester, UK. Since his debut Replace EP in 2005, he has released four full-length albums, five more EPs, and several singles.

  • Angel Olsen

    (91,670 listeners)

    folk, indie folk, female vocalists, lo-fi

    Angel Olsen hails from sunny, gorgeous, post-industrial St. Louis, Missouri. Beginning her performing career at 16 in coffee shops, she honed her craft further in Chicago through both solo performances and contribution to the album and tour for Bonnie "Prince" Billy's "Wolfroy Goes to Town.

  • Annelies Monseré

    (3,035 listeners)

    ambient, folk, female vocalists, lo-fi

    Annelies Monseré is a Belgian singer-songwriter with beautiful voice and piano playing, imaginative and thoughtful. Her debut album "Helder" was released in 2005 on BlueSanct, the EP "7" on cut vinyl on Morc Tapes the same year. Annelies Monseré also performs in the duo Zent One (she uses cello, guitar, melodica and glockenspiel as well) and played i.a. for Jessica Bailiff live.

  • Anthony Rother

    (139,228 listeners)

    electro, electronic, techno, minimal

    Anthony Rother is an electronic music composer, producer and label owner living in Frankfurt, Germany. He is one of the artists responsible for the turn-of-the-millennium revival of the electro genre, which was originally introduced in the late 1970's by the German band Kraftwerk, who have had a major influence on Rother's music.

  • Antlered Man

    (1,421 listeners)

    rock, stoner rock, experimental, punk

    Danny Fury (guitar), Damo Ezekiel Holmes (vocals), Sam Ray (Bass) and Oliver Parker (Drums) are the core members that started the group in early 2009. The quartet cut their teeth playing in various rock/punk bands before coming together to create what can only be described... as something oddly complete. Also in the ranks is Sarah Townsend (flute).

  • Apex Aurilliuz

    (13 listeners)

    netherlands

  • Bakvorm

    (1 listener)

  • Ben Butler & Mousepad

    (1,840 listeners)

    all, uk, seen live

    Ben Butler & Mouse Pad is Joe Gay vs You/Germlin’s new project. Anyone exposed to the furious shake & pop of pixelated DIY dance fury from either act should expect excellence.

  • Bill Orcutt

    (8,168 listeners)

    noise, free improvisation, psychedelic, improv

    Bill Orcutt is the guitarist of Miami based noise rock trio Harry Pussy and a guitar virtuoso-free improviser in his own right.

  • Bill Wells & Aidan Moffat

    (5,202 listeners)

    spoken word, scottish, jazz, indie

    A collaboration eight years in the making, Bill Wells and Aidan Moffat's paths first crossed in 2003 when Arab Strap invited Bill to contribute some music to their new album, Monday At The Hug & Pint.

  • Black Dice

    (137,297 listeners)

    experimental, noise, electronic, noise rock

    Black Dice are an experimental group based in Brooklyn. They formed in Providence, Rhode Island, United States in 1997, comprising members Bjorn Copeland (guitar), Hisham Bharoocha (drums) (following a short drumming stint by Lightning Bolt's Brian Chippendale), Sebastian Blanck (bass) and Eric Copeland (vocals).

  • Black To Comm

    (18,796 listeners)

    ambient, drone, experimental, electronic

    Black To Comm is an alias for Dekorder label owner Marc Richter's audio excursions. Richter creates his music using scratchy shellac and vinyl records, field recordings, a so called "kitchen gamelan," and more traditional instruments like organs, guitars, pianos and mbiras.

  • Blood Beach

    (251 listeners)

    psych, portland, grunge, punk

    In the year 2012, Satan faces declining popularity and certain defeat at the hands of thee reinvigorated Christian Militia. As the final days before the apocalypse tick down, Satan makes a last ditch effort to win the war for evil. He sends back his favorite band of psychotic, LSD-soaked, metaphysically amorphous androids to recruit kids for the dark side through space, drugs, and rock and roll.

  • Boutros Bubba

    (505 listeners)

    math rock, noise rock, under 2000 listeners, wow

    Boutros Bubba is a Dutch band consisting of three people - guitarist/singer Spoelstra, drummer Vreselijk Ongeluk and bassist Freddie Mercury. Boutros Bubba writes melodic and dissonant songs that are often rhythmically challenging.

  • British Sea Power

    (311,091 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, british, alternative

    British Sea Power are a six-piece indie rock band based in Brighton, England, although three of the band hail originally from Kendal in Cumbria.

  • Buildings

    (1,676 listeners)

    noise rock, post-hardcore, all, experimental

    1) A math/hardcore band based in Minneapolis, MN sounding similar to Young Widows or The Jesus Lizard. Website: http://www.facebook.com/buildingsisaband Sayer Payne Travis Kuhlman Brian Lake 2) A post-hardcore band from Orange County, NY. http://www.myspace.com/buildingsrock

  • Busdriver

    (122,445 listeners)

    hip-hop, underground hip-hop, rap, experimental

    Possessing a hyper-literate, intellectual style of rapping augmented with dizzying elocution that would tongue-tie even the fiercest auctioneer, Busdriver is eclectic and eccentric enough to cite vocalese jazz singer Jon Hendricks as a primary influence.

  • Buzzcocks

    (616,800 listeners)

    punk, punk rock, british, new wave

    Buzzcocks are an English punk rock band formed in Bolton, Greater Manchester, UK in 1976, led by singer-songwriter and guitarist Pete Shelley for nearly their entire existence.

  • Cactus Truck

    (116 listeners)

    netherlands, ilse, jazz, free jazz

    Cactus Truck creates startlingly intense music, not merely in terms of volume or velocity but through complete physical/psychological surrender. One can find hints of delta blues, early free jazz, Japanese noise, and no wave in the music.

  • Carla Bozulich's Evangelista

    (82 listeners)

  • Caspar Brötzmann Massaker

    (3,359 listeners)

    experimental, avant-garde, noise rock, noise

    Caspar Brötzmann (born 1962 in Germany) is an electric guitar player. In Caspar Brötzmann Massaker, Caspar Brötzmann is joined by his friends Eduardo Delgado Lopez (bass / vocals), Danny Arnold Lommen (drums) and, occasionally, by FM Einheit ("street salvage" percussionist).

  • Charles Hayward

    (1,766 listeners)

    avant-garde, experimental, art rock, post-punk

    "Charles Hayward (born 1952) is an English drummer and was the leader of the experimental rock group This Heat. He was also a member of Mal Dean's Amazing Band, Radar Favourites, Dolphin Logic, and gigged with Phil Manzanera, appearing with Manzanera's Quiet Sun project as well as Gong.

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    (0 listeners)

  • Cheek Mountain Thief

    (7,128 listeners)

    luisterpaal, folk, singer-songwriter, indie pop

    Cheek Mountain Thief is a side-project of Tunng frontman Mike Lindsay. While Lindsay is British, the eponymous album (released in 2012) was recorded in Iceland

  • Chris & Cosey

    (36,357 listeners)

    industrial, electronic, experimental, ambient

    Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti formed Chris & Cosey out of the ashes of their seminal 70s industrial band Throbbing Gristle. Throbbing Gristle (and Carter/Tutti) founded the Industrial music genre and were one of the first bands to successfully fuse electronic and acoustic instrumentation.

  • Cian Nugent

    (2,606 listeners)

    acoustic, folk, guitar, fahey

    Cian Nugent is a guitar player and composer from Dublin, Ireland who combines personal passions, such as squicky pre-war blues, traditional musics, late 1960s & '70s singer-songwriters, jazz ambitions, modern composition and the Takoma school into a deeply personal style.

  • Coco Bryce

    (7,116 listeners)

    skweee, beats, wonky, glitch-hop

    Dj / producer, mainly doing Skweee & Hip Hop and some 8bit & Dubstep stuff complemented by the occasional Rave tune. Residing in the south of the Netherlands. Also runs a small record label called Myor on which he releases vinyl & digital.

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

    (3,809 listeners)

    folk, lo-fi, experimental, dying for bad music

    Coldair is the work of a multi-instrumentalist Tobiasz Biliński, currently considered one of the most talented independent artists in Poland. Coldair is Bilinski’s solo effort - he writes music and lyrics, arranges and produces most of it by himself. His one-man-shows fuse the experimental-folk background with newly-developed love for modern electronic and pop music.

  • Con-Dom

    (4,524 listeners)

    power electronics, noise, industrial, dark ambient

    Con-Dom is the power electronics project of Mike Dando, which was founded on 1st August 1983. Renowned for its harsh intensity Con-Dom utilises sound, image, and text, in the delivery of its wall of noise. While Con-Dom has released a number of albums it is in the live arena that the Con-Dom experience really comes into it's own.

  • Conan

    (15,769 listeners)

    doom metal, sludge, doom, stoner metal

    Conan is a doom metal band from Liverpool, England. They stylize their sound as 'Caveman battle doom'. In 2006, Conan formed as a two piece. Eventually becoming a three piece with Jon Davis on guitar/vocals, Phil Coumbe on bass/vocals and Paul O’Neil on drums.

  • Consumer Electronics

    (1,700 listeners)

    power electronics, noise, industrial, experimental

    Consumer Electronics is a power electronics band formed in 1982 by UK-based noise artist Philip Best at age 14. Best later went on to join the noise group Whitehouse, and Consumer Electronics subsequently became inactive.

  • cracks in the wall

    (150 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, punk, hardcore, crucial attack

    Cracks In The Wall is a Dutch band. We are four guys who love 80's and 80's style hardcore and punk bands like Negative Approach, Jerry's Kids, Black Flag, BGK, Infest, Tear It Up, Shark Attack and Antidote NY to name a few. The band started in 2005. Crack David wanted to start a fast hardcore band.

  • Crocodiles

    (133,037 listeners)

    shoegaze, lo-fi, noise rock, noise pop

    Crocodiles are from San Diego, USA. (For the group from New Zealand, or the South African male choir, see The Crocodiles.)

  • Cult of Youth

    (23,594 listeners)

    neofolk, dark folk, post-punk, folk

    Cult of Youth is a neofolk band hailing from Brooklyn, NY, United States, formed in 2007. The band delivers their own style of ominous folk with martial industrial flourishes and the vindicative spirit of raw punk to keep the blood pumping.

  • d'Eon

    (42,664 listeners)

    electronic, experimental, space disco, canadian

    Formed in the early 90′s, d’Eon’s music is a product of two sides of a brain at war with each other, contradicting each other. Notes and rhythms and lyrics playing against each other, making each other obsolete, trying to make the others look bad. Femininity trying to outdo masculinity, acrimony trying to overtake sweetness.

  • Dagora

    (18 listeners)

    electronic, experimental, netherlands, visuals

  • Damo Suzuki

    (933 listeners)

    experimental, krautrock, japanese, psychedelic

    Kenji Suzuki (鈴木健二, Suzuki Kenji, born January 16, 1950, in Japan), popularly nicknamed Damo Suzuki (ダモ鈴木), is a singer probably best known for his membership in German krautrock group Can. Suzuki spent the late 1960s wandering around Europe, often busking, during which time he would only have been a teenager.

  • Darkwood

    (33,302 listeners)

    neofolk, dark folk, apocalyptic folk, german

    Darkwood considers itself as a project arisen from the idea to express our love we feel for the homeland we have been born into and we can identify with.

  • Darsombra

    (1,227 listeners)

    drone, experimental, ambient, psychedelic

    Darsombra is an experimental, ambient music project conceived by multi-instrumentalist Brian Daniloski, who is normally a member of Baltimore, Maryland alternative metal band Meatjack, and realized 2005's Ecdysis CD in its entirety.

  • De Deurzakkers

    (3,529 listeners)

    carnaval, home collection, apres ski, seen live

  • De Høje Hæle

    (1,123 listeners)

    punk, danish, denmark, punk rock

    Punk band from Copenhagen, Denmark. Part DEVO, part 70’s powerpop, part 60’s garage, part Dane-punk. Soooooooo catchy!

  • Dead Rat Orchestra

    (1,291 listeners)

    experimental, folk, ambient, instrumental

    Chameleon-like musical magpies, the Dead Rat Orchestra set out to plunder the music of other acts, amalgamating all within their own particular aesthetic.

  • Deep Time

    (13,972 listeners)

    indie pop, surf, surf rock, indie

    Deep Time is an American indie-pop duo from Austin, Texas. Composed of Jennifer Moore (guitar/organ) and Adam Jones (drums/synth), the group began in 2006 as Yellow Fever, later amending their name to YellowFever before being forced to change it entirely.

  • Defy the Crown

    (30 listeners)

    hardcore, beatdown, 2step, under 2000 listeners

    Defy The Crown is: Bas Spangers - vocals Rowdy Hamers - guitar Marck van Heeswijk - guitar Patrick Verschure - bass Thomas Hofland - drums When DEFY THE CROWN started off, they didn't have anything to prove to the world.. They did a lot of shows, made no-nonsense hardcore and had a real good time.