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  • 16bitUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (144,765 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, 16 bit, bass

    16bit was Eddie Jefferys and Jason Morrison, aka DRT and Kidnappa. They’d been working together as 16bit from 2008 until they split up in 2012. During that time, they had been putting on some temperature-checking sets around the world and getting their dubplates spun out by some of the scene’s names like Chef and Rusko.

  • alt-J

    (657,085 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.

  • Annie Mac

    (9,032 listeners)

    electronic, dj, bbc radio 1, dance

    Annie Mac is most well known for her Radio 1 show, The MASH UP, where she broadcasts 2 hours of dance music around the world every Friday night.

  • araabMUZIK

    (98,961 listeners)

    instrumental hip-hop, electronic, hip-hop, trance

    If you were to Google the name AraabMuzik, you would discover many videos showing this music producer hammering on an MPC as if he was Travis Barker on the drums. With his fast rhythmic touches

  • Art Department

    (35,762 listeners)

    house, techno, electronic, minimal

    Art Department is the brainchild of Canadian techno/house Legend Kenny Glasgow and Canada’s fastest rising star and No.19 label owner - Jonny White.

  • Artwork

    (28,228 listeners)

    dubstep, darkwave, gothic, electronic

    There are at least 4 artists with the name Artwork: 1) A UK garage/dubstep producer from London, England who released the Red EP on Big Apple Records in 2002 and is now a member of Magnetic Man with Skream and Benga.

  • Azealia Banks

    (381,208 listeners)

    hip-hop, rap, electronic, female vocalists

    Azealia Amanda Banks (born May 31, 1991) is an American rapper, singer and lyricist from Harlem, New York, formerly known under the pseudonym Miss Bank$. Banks rose in notability in 2011 when she topped NME's "Cool List" for the year. On December 5, 2011, the BBC announced that Banks had been nominated for the Sound of 2012, where she ultimately finished third.

  • B.Traits

    (3,272 listeners)

    drum and bass, electronic, house, british

    To simply mix two records can easily be accomplished by almost anyone, but to put the dance floor into a hypnotic state of movement and emotional backlash is an art form all to itself.

  • Bicep

    (21,488 listeners)

    house, deep house, electronic, detroit

    London based, Belfast-born blogger-production-dj duo Matt McBriar and Andy Ferguson need little by way of introduction.

  • Buraka Som Sistema

    (130,091 listeners)

    kuduro, electronic, portuguese, progressive kuduro

    Formed in Amadora, Lisbon, Portugal, in 2006, Buraka Som Sistema brings us a new kind of "Kuduro" (Angolan dance). It mixes techno/electronic sounds with the traditional beat of Kuduro (or Kuduru), resulting in progressive kuduro.

  • Busy P

    (265,824 listeners)

    electro, electronic, ed banger, french

    A full decade after the release of 'Homework', and 8 years after Oizo broke through, Busy P (Pedro Winter) is the head of one of the most exciting record labels in the business.

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

    (149,200 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, grime, bass

    Caspa grew up in West London, and was brought up on a diet of jungle & hiphop. At the time he wasn't old enough to go to the jungle raves so had to be content with his tape packs of Brockie and Det. When garage emerged he naturally progressed into the sound and started attending garage raves.

  • Com Truise

    (212,315 listeners)

    chillwave, electronic, lo-fi, synthpop

    Com Truise is one of the many personas of producer and designer Seth Haley, born and raised in upstate New York and operating out of a 12’-overrun apartment in Princeton, New Jersey. An admitted synth obsessive, Com Truise is the maker of an experimental and bottom heavy style he calls “mid-fi synthwave, slow-motion funk”.

  • Crystal Castles

    (1,364,725 listeners)

    electronic, 8-bit, new rave, electro

    Crystal Castles were an experimental electronic band which formed in 2003 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and consists of producer Ethan Kath and vocalist Alice Glass. They are named after the lyrics "The fate of the world is safe in Crystal Castles" and "Crystal Castles, the source of all power" both from the theme song for She-Ra's fortress.

  • D/R/U/G/S

    (13,904 listeners)

    electronic, progressive house, all, deep house

    D/R/U/G/S is the project of one Callum Wright and D/R/U/G/S craft some of the most euphoric, radical new music around. Made with the freeform attitude of synth visionary Oneohtrix Point Never, the fuck-you braggadocio of the Wu-Tang Clan, the cast-iron integrity of punk and the headlong desperate rush of rave, it’s untamed music for the moment.

  • Daedelus

    (260,347 listeners)

    electronic, experimental, idm, ninja tune

    This musical romantic weaves together a true "love-sound" that falls between honeyed melody and all out rave. He takes the acoustics further with the husband & wife pairing, The Long Lost.

  • Dam-Funk

    (62,106 listeners)

    funk, electronic, electro, stones throw

    Known as Los Angeles' "ambassador of boogie funk," DâM-FunK represents the citizens of the Funkmosphere. Headquartered in the Culver City section of L.A., DâM (pronounced 'dame' as in Damon) spent the last few years cultivating a musical renaissance rooted in the early-80's styles known as boogie, modern soul and electro-funk.

  • Damian Lazarus

    (27,352 listeners)

    minimal, minimal techno, electronic, techno

    "DAMIAN LAZARUS PLAYS THE BEST UNDERGROUND RECORDS IN THE WORLD" (DJ MAGAZINE MAY 2004) Damian Lazarus delivers a fresh and unique sound best described as dirty & deep, electro house - a rebel sound designed for lovers of late night madness, future dance floor classics and cutting edge new ideas.

  • Damu

    (10,046 listeners)

    future garage, uk funky, uk garage, wonky

    Another entry in the long line of British youngsters who have been producing since their teenage years, Damu is a producer and DJ based in Manchester, England.

  • Danny Daze

    (10,328 listeners)

    deep house, techno, house, electronic

    Danny Daze is Daniel Gomez, a studio nerd and Dj with a taste for Techno. Djing at raves at the age of 13 is how his obsession with this sound was rooted. Raised in Miami, Fl.

  • DJ Fresh

    (539,283 listeners)

    drum and bass, jungle, electronic, drum n bass

    There are at least two artists using the name "DJ Fresh". 1. Pseudonym for a solo project of Sasha Pavlovich of the Macedonian rock band SunS.

  • DJ Hype

    (109,892 listeners)

    drum and bass, jungle, drum n bass, dnb

    http://www.myspace.com/hypehypehype 1. Essentially Hype is to drum and bass as Afrika Bambaata was to the development of hip-hop. He first became involved in music through the legendary Shut Up and Dance sound system, like many before him his interest growing from physically building the speakers that made up the rig to DJ'ing, spinning reggae, house and hip hop throughout the eighties.

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

    (22,823 listeners)

    deep house, tech house, electronic, house

    Few producers in the history of dance music have made such a rapid and far-reaching impact on the electronic music scene as Eats Everything aka Bristolian Daniel Pearce.

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

    (48,569 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’…

  • Factory Floor

    (63,918 listeners)

    post-punk, electronic, experimental, noise

    Factory Floor are a London, UK band, recently signed to DFA and playing bleak abstract excursions. Sites: Discogs & http://MySpace.com/FactoryFloor (official).

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

    (153,995 listeners)

    electro, electronic, house, fidget house

    There are three different artists under the name Fake Blood. 1) Fake Blood is an alias used by DJ Touché, also half of The Black Ghosts (which Touché has remixed under the Fake Blood alias).

  • Floating Points

    (75,409 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, deep house, chillout

    Citing names as varied as Theo Parrish, Dorothy Ashby and Stravinsky as major influences on his work, it is not hard to see that Floating Points (Samuel T.

  • Fred V & Grafix

    (49,300 listeners)

    drum and bass, liquid funk, electronic, drum n bass

    Fred V and Grafix is the collaborative name of Drum and Bass producers, Fred Vahrman and Josh Jackson.

  • Ghostpoet

    (125,230 listeners)

    electronic, beats, abstract hip-hop, experimental

    Ghostpoet (born Obaro Ejimiwe, 18 January 1983) is a Mercury Music Prize Nominee from Coventry, UK, raised somewhere between London, Coventry, Nigeria and Dominica.

  • Gold Panda

    (350,880 listeners)

    electronic, chillwave, psychedelic, dubstep

    Hailing from Chelmsford in Essex, but now located to Berlin, Germany, Gold Panda started writing beats and collaborating a few years ago, beginning a journey that ultimately saw him nominated in the BBC's Sound of 2010 list and won the Guardian newspapers prestigious First Album Award 2010 for his debut album Lucky Shiner.

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

    (148,505 listeners)

    drum and bass, jungle, electronic, drum n bass

    Goldie refers to both a British pop/rock band and a UK Drum & Bass/Jungle producer. 1 - Clifford Price, better known as Goldie (born September, 1965 in Wolverhampton) is a British electronic music artist, disc jockey, and actor. As a musician he works mainly within the jungle and drum and bass genres, and has helped to promote these styles globally.

  • High Contrast

    (280,093 listeners)

    drum and bass, liquid funk, drum n bass, dnb

    As a winner of the Essential Mix of the Year 2007 on BBC's Radio 1, the name High Contrast needs no introduction, although when a young Lincoln Barrett signed on the dotted line back in 2000 he was a complete unknown. Signed on the strength of his mini-disc demos, the Welsh wonder has smashed his way through the Drum & Bass scene in no time at all.

  • Jackmaster

    (3,218 listeners)

    electronic, lollapalooza 2011, flow festival 2013, tramlines 2012

    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.

  • Jacques Lu Cont

    (10,432 listeners)

    electro, dance, house, electronic

    Jacques Lu Cont, born as Stuart Price on Sept. 7 1977, is the same gentleman who brings you Madonna's tour this year (2006), as he is her manager.

  • James Zabiela

    (51,664 listeners)

    progressive house, electronic, house, progressive

    James Zabiela is a DJ from Southampton in the United Kingdom. Mentored by Sasha, James's sets and releases are strongly influenced by tech house, electro house and breakbeat stylings and his unique capitalization of all available mixing aid "utilities" give his performances characteristic depth and professional production quality.

  • Jessie Ware

    (327,336 listeners)

    soul, pop, electronic, female vocalists

    South Londoner Jessie Ware (born 15 October 1984) is an English singer-songwriter signed to PMR Records.

  • Joy Orbison

    (142,191 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, house, deep house

    "Cool" uncles have always gotten kids into all kinds of wonderful mischief, but 22-year-old Peter O'Grady from London , better known as Joy Orbison, was especially blessed—he credits uncle Ray Keith with introducing him to jungle and U.K. garage long before he could ever hit the clubs.

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

    (108,725 listeners)

    house, electronic, uk funky, experimental

    Mathew Walker from Bristol,UK may have appeared to burst on to the scene in late 2009, but the lead up to the Julio Bashmore EP for Claude VonStroke's highly influential Dirtybird label was essentially a lifetime in the making.

  • Justice

    (1,515,283 listeners)

    electronic, electro, french, dance

    There are Nine artists with this name: 1. a popular French electronic music duo 2. a Belgian hardcore band 3. a German thrash metal band 4. an English drum 'n' bass producer 5. an Irish folk band 6. a reggae musician

  • Justin Robertson

    (7,758 listeners)

    electronica, techno, electronic, acid house

    Justin Robertson (b. 11 Jun 1968 - aka The Prankster, The Deadstock 33's, The Deadstock 33s & Deadstock 33s), is a London-based DJ, remixer & electronic music producer, from Manchester, UK. He remixed dozens of high-profile artists, as himself / The Prankster & made original releases.

  • Labrinth

    (410,481 listeners)

    electronic, british, dance, rnb

    McKenzie attended Stoke Newington School and became interested in a musical career during his school years. He comes from a music family consisting of nine siblings. His brother, Mac.

  • Loadstar

    (42,531 listeners)

    drum and bass, neurofunk, dnb, electronic

    There is more than one band / artist known as Loadstar. 1. The group name for drum and bass producers Xample & Lomax.

  • London Elektricity

    (214,918 listeners)

    drum and bass, liquid funk, electronic, drum n bass

    London Elektricity (aka Tony Colman) has become a byword for groundbreaking 'fast soul music', ramming venues, destroying drum & bass crowds, leaving huge smiles from the Big Chill to Glastonbury and beyond, London Elektricity Live has always been 'out of this world'.

  • Lone

    (138,552 listeners)

    idm, electronic, ambient, hip-hop

    1) Known to his friends and family as Matt Cutler, Lone started life as a bedroom child producer in Nottingham experimenting with hiphop, early 90's hardcore, techno and electronic music for years before dropping his lush, dream-hop début opus "Lemurian" on local label Dealmaker back in 2008 to critical acclaim from all areas of the industry…

  • Maceo Plex

    (60,211 listeners)

    house, tech house, electronic, electronica

    Located deep within the circuitry of a mechanical alien host known as Maetrik you will find a complex web of synaptic dispersements resembling what could be called a soul.

  • Madeon

    (269,669 listeners)

    electronic, dance, disco house, funky house

    "Madeon is a french electronic musician who talks about himself in the third person - what a snob." ~ Hugo Leclercq (Madeon)

  • Martyn

    (101,867 listeners)

    dubstep, techno, electronic, drum and bass

    1) Martyn’s unique strand of bass defies easy categorisation - to his fans and admirers, it’s known simply as ‘Martyn Music.

  • Miguel Campbell

    (33,760 listeners)

    deep house, electronic, house, funk house

    Miguel has been galvanised by the house music scene since the early 90's and has also been a DJ since that time. Miguel began producing his own music as one 'half' of the underground duo HCB.

  • Mistajam

    (2,071 listeners)

    dubstep, british, electronic, drum n bass

    MistaJam is a UMA award winning DJ and Radio presenter for BBC Radio 1Xtra and BBC Radio 1. His BBC Radio 1Xtra show is broadcast every weekday between 7pm-10pm.

  • Mount Kimbie

    (336,751 listeners)

    dubstep, ambient, electronic, experimental

    Mount Kimbie are Dominic Maker and Kai Campos who met at university in 2008 and began making music together in a home studio in Peckham, England. The duo have developed a truly unique sound whose experimental rhythms lend themselves to the fringes of dubstep, wonky and hip hop, but ooze with emotion and echoing ambient soundscapes that take the listener to an entirely different place.