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  • Ackshun Jackson

    (6 listeners)

  • Adam F

    (190,591 listeners)

    drum and bass, drum n bass, jungle, electronic

    DJ Adam F (Born in Liverpool, England) is a jungle/drum and bass producer and DJ. His father pop singer Bernard William Jewry, known as Alvin Stardust.

  • All Mighty Senators

    (640 listeners)

    funk, rock, under 2000 listeners, fowl

    A Baltimore based band whose first 7" emerged in 1988 on the Merkin imprint and continues to this day with "Checkered Past, New Tomorrow: Essential AMS" on Severn available via iTunes.

  • B side

    (844 listeners)

  • Ballyhoo

    (1,671 listeners)

    rock, south africa, 80s, grunge

    Hailing from Aberdeen, MD, these four guys have been cranking out the summer jams, mixing modern rock with punk, ska, and island music since 1995. From acoustic ballads to heavy rock anthems to tropical, reggae love songs, Ballyhoo! has always managed to stagger genres and keep the music fresh...No pidegon-holes here. Just good music with a positive vibe.

  • Bassbin Twins

    (54,033 listeners)

    breakbeat, breaks, electronic, techno

    Bassbin Twins have been releasing records since 1992 including their own Bassbin Twins Volume series, EP's for labels like Skint and Southern Fried, SSR, Marine Parade, Mute, Spidercuts, and remixes for artists including Boogie Down Productions, Evil Nine, DJ Punk Roc, Dub Pistols, Freakpower, etc.

  • Big In Japan

    (6,960 listeners)

    post-punk, punk, new wave, alternative

    There are three bands with this name: 1. Big in Japan were an influential art punk band that emerged from Liverpool, England in 1977 . They started off playing gigs around Liverpool along with Wah Heat!. The band was well known for its eccentric cast, who would later on become iconoclasts, and their unique, often scandalous stage shows.

  • Bobby Jae

    (17 listeners)

  • Brothers Past

    (6,177 listeners)

    electronic, all, jam, jam band

    Brothers Past is a progressive rock, electronica, and pop rock band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania who has been called "one of the most talked about independent acts in the nation." They have been featured in Relix and their self-released albums have been reviewed in The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Daily News and The Village Voice.

  • Buster

    (1,960 listeners)

    electronic, power pop, junkshop, glam rock

    There are at least six artists with the name Buster. 1: A Ska band from Quebec consisting of: Émile Déraspe on bass, Marc-André Jeaurond on trumpet and trombone, Alexandre Richard on guitar and lead vocals & Jean-Benoit Pealey on guitar and vocals.

  • Can't Hang

    (49,178 listeners)

    reggae, reggae rock, rock, ska

    CAN'T HANG has "It"-the indescribable quality that draws people in. Is "it" the tight rhythm section, the booming bass, the unique punky-dub guitars? the reggae infused songs, with their smooth, soulful vocals and catchy melodies? Most likely it is the attitude of the band members themselves-four young men melding reggae-rock-ska-punk…

  • Cannon Boys

    (193 listeners)

    drum and bass, neurofunk, technoid, seen live

  • Chris Bulla

    (5 listeners)

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

    (38,197 listeners)

    trance, progressive trance, electronic, dance

    Christopher Lawrence is an American disc jockey and producer specializing in progressive trance music. He has released 7 mix CDs since the mid 1990s.

  • Deekline

    (12,823 listeners)

    breakbeat, funky breaks, booty breaks, breaks

    DJ Deekline makes up one half of the dancefloor-destroying duo that is Deekline and Wizard ( aka Nick Annand and Greg Fleming).

  • DJ Assault

    (44,324 listeners)

    ghetto tech, detroit, electronic, booty bass

    Craig Adams and Ade Mainor released a number of influential 12"s and Mix CDs as DJ Assault on their Assault Rifle and Electrofunk labels in the 90's. Amongst these were the classic "Ass N Titties", "Return of Terrortech" , "Let Me C U Pop" and the "Straight Up Detroit Shit" mix series which helped define the hyrbid Ghetto Tech sound emerging from the Motor City.

  • DJ Craze

    (7,176 listeners)

    turntablism, hip-hop, drum n bass, dnb

    DJ Craze (Arith Delgado) is a DJ who plays hip hop, breaks, drum n bass, and practices turntablism. He is the only solo DJ in history to claim the World DMC Champion trophy 3 times consecutively. Originally from Nicaragua, he now resides in Miami, Florida.

  • DJ Sun

    (6,802 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners

    DJ SUN's new release is the first single off a forthcoming album, due in Spring 2011, entitled “One Hundred”.

  • Earthtone

    (224 listeners)

    rock, progressive rock, american, under 2000 listeners

    EarthTone (born Naquan Williams) is a seasoned multi-talented artist hailing from East Orange, NJ. From the age of six he fell in love with rhyming as he was groomed in what most consider the "Golden Era" of hip-hop culture. He grew up writing and performing his music after his older brothers discovered his innovative talents.

  • Ed Rush & Optical

    (121,551 listeners)

    drum and bass, neurofunk, drum n bass, dnb

    Both Ed Rush and Optical are the co-heads of a drum and bass record label called Virus Recordings, based in London, UK.

  • Evol Intent

    (127,993 listeners)

    drum and bass, neurofunk, darkstep, dnb

    Hailing from Atlanta, Georgia the crew consists of Knick, Gigantor and The Enemy. Apart from being a production outfit, Evol Intent also owns and operates their own label, which functions as an outlet for their own work as well as like-minded artists.

  • GRANDMASTER ROC RAIDA

    (454 listeners)

    hip hop, hip-hop, dj, new york

  • J Gray

    (15 listeners)

  • Joe Kopasek

    (30 listeners)

    electronic, dance, chillout, trance

  • John Brown's Body

    (79,332 listeners)

    reggae, roots reggae, roots, ska

    John Brown’s Body’s “Future Roots” uses reggae as a foundation, but incorporates dub, drum and bass, dancehall, hip hop and other musical experiments and exploration to create a sound both timeless and forward. However it’s defined, it’s got people buzzing about this progressive band from Boston and Ithaca, NY.

  • Late Night Breakfast

    (1 listener)

  • Leko

    (284 listeners)

    trance, house, american, 00s

    Craig Leko is an American electronic musician, label owner of Tharsis Records, and performer on the club/festival circuit, based in Baltimore.

  • Mark G

    (71 listeners)

    san antonio, jump up

    Rap Artist Out Of San Antonio Texas Started With The Group 3rd Degree With Liveola,Lil Ken & Kyle Lee

  • muramasa

    (6,981 listeners)

    j-ska, japanese, ska, j-pop

    (For the Japanese ska band, see ムラマサ☆. muramasa is NOT the correct tag.) There are at least two artists with this name: 1. A British trap producer 2. A Japanese electronic producer 1. Alex Crossan is a 16 year old trap music producer from Britain. He describes himself as a "Young, Unsigned, English producer making fresh, exciting and intelligent experimental music."

  • Opposable Thumbs

    (33 listeners)

    rock, indie, power pop, post-punk

    Three young possums were squirted out of mother music possum in the early 90's. These possums soon became bored as they had the luck to be squirted out in a town called Knoxville. If there were no beer or movies or football here, most people would just sleep all day. Perhaps they do

  • Pasadena

    (3,708 listeners)

    dub, acoustic, electronic, electronica

    (1) Started in Pasadena Maryland by Joey Harkum and Ben Cowdery they have since been joined by Aaron Hooper and later Will Finley on guitar to form Pasadena a 4 peice outfit combining acoustic rock with hip-hop influenced lyrics and a sweet laid-back beat (thanks to Mr Woo) followed by smooth flowing bass lines.

  • Reid Speed

    (2,457 listeners)

    drum and bass, drum n bass, breakbeat, dubstep

    Reid Speed has been a dancefloor destroyer for over a decade and is recognized worldwide for her skillful ability to throw down all genres of bass music in transcendental manner.

  • Rev E

    (1 listener)

  • Richard Vission

    (10,169 listeners)

    house, electronic, dance, progressive house

    Biography Richard Vission’s musical career started when DJ culture was taking flight in Los Angeles. There were no superstar DJs to follow. It was just two turntables, a mixer and hours spent perfecting mixes, buying records, and making mixtapes.

  • RJD2

    (907,629 listeners)

    hip-hop, electronic, trip-hop, electronica

    RJD2 is Ramble John Krohn, a hip-hop producer. RJD2 was born in Eugene, Oregon, and raised in Columbus, Ohio. Until recently, he was part of the Definitive Jux label and produced tracks for many of its artists, as well as having a solo career. In 2006, RJ "ditched hip-hop" for the indie-rock label XL, releasing The Third Hand in March 2007.

  • Robot Death Squad

    (2,398 listeners)

    neurofunk, drum and bass, drum n bass, electronic

    Robot Death Squad is a 3 piece doom train out of the United States, making Drum & Bass and Dubstep music on such labels as Covert Operations, Salvage Recordings, Vibe'z Recordings, Testflight Recordings, Shadybrain Recordings, Hate Recordings, Flatline Audio, Barcode, and Moving Shadow.

  • Scott Henry

    (315 listeners)

    house, old school, dc md va, seen live

    One may not instantly assume the Washington, D.C./Baltimore, MD area a breeding ground for talented DJs or renowned clubs. Despite that, Scott Henry made the area his own, thrilling crowds with his DJ performances and packing his legendary clubs. Like many other electronic dance music artists from the D.

  • The Beatnuts

    (158,595 listeners)

    hip-hop, hip hop, rap, new york

    There are currently two groups: 1. A American Hip Hop group. 2. A Japanese instrumental latin jazz-fusion group.

  • The Disco Biscuits

    (70,102 listeners)

    jam, jam band, electronic, rock

    Comprised of Jon Gutwillig (vocals/guitar), Marc Brownstein (vocals/bass), Aron Magner (keyboard/vocals), and Allen Aucoin (drums), the quartet continues to bridge the gap between the jamband and electronica/dance worlds by drawing on elements from seemingly disparate genres.

  • The Pietasters

    (69,998 listeners)

    ska, reggae, ska punk, punk

    In 1990, a bunch of punk, mod, and skinhead-types, among them Stephen Jackson, Chris Watt, Ben Gauslin, and Tom Goodin, were attending college in central Virginia. They soon discovered they shared the same love for punk, ska, soul, and reggae music. They decided to form a punk rock cover band, The Slugs, whose initial forays were disappointing.

  • X-Faction

    (92 listeners)

    drum and bass