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  • A Storm of Light

    (39,585 listeners)

    post-metal, sludge, doom metal, experimental

    New York metal alchemists, A STORM OF LIGHT, will unleash their long-anticipated new studio offering this Fall! Entitled Nations To Flames, the 11-track follow up to the band’s critically-lauded 2011 opus, As The Valley Of Death Becomes Us, Our Silver Memories Fade…

  • Afghan Whigs

    (248,078 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.

  • Antoni Maiovvi

    (4,390 listeners)

    synth, electronic, electro, incubate

    aka Anton Caligula Maiof (also DTV and Ghettoscraper) producer from Bristol (UK), now located in Berlin.

  • Archers of Loaf

    (124,248 listeners)

    indie rock, indie, lo-fi, alternative

    Archers of Loaf is an indie rock band which formed in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States in 1991 . The band consisted of Eric Bachmann (vocals, guitar), Eric Johnson (guitar), Matt Gentling (bass) and Mark Price (drums). The band released four albums before splitting in 1998.

  • Balam Acab

    (163,619 listeners)

    witch house, electronic, ambient, psychedelic

    Balam Acab is the musical project of 21 year old Pennsylvania, USA native Alec Koone. Balam Acab's contributions fit squarely into the contemporary witch house canon made popular by artists such as oOoOO and Salem.

  • Bill Wells & Aidan Moffat

    (5,871 listeners)

    spoken word, jazz, scottish, 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.

  • Blanck Mass

    (20,596 listeners)

    ambient, drone, electronic, psychedelic

    Blanck Mass is the side project of British musician Benjamin John Power, otherwise known as half of the experimental/noise duo Fuck Buttons.

  • Chavez

    (34,864 listeners)

    math rock, indie rock, post-hardcore, noise rock

    Chavez were/are a Math Rock/Indie band from New York fronted by guitarist/vocalist Matt Sweeney. Theirs is a relatively poppy style with 4-minute songs usually in a recognisable verse/chorus structure. This poppiness is augmented with complex rhythm/vocal interplay and novel, sometimes uncomfortable guitar sounds.

  • Codeine

    (64,007 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).

  • Demdike Stare

    (28,139 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

    (167,875 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.

  • Floor

    (24,603 listeners)

    sludge, doom metal, stoner rock, stoner metal

    There are multiple Artists called Floor: 1. Floor is a sludge-pop / doom / metal / stoner band from Miami, Florida, United States.

  • Forest Swords

    (110,740 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.

  • Harvey Milk

    (42,530 listeners)

    sludge, doom metal, experimental, stoner rock

    Harvey Milk is an American experimental rock / sludge band that formed in Athens, Georgia, United States in the early 1990s.

  • Make Up

    (49,093 listeners)

    indie rock, garage rock, indie, post-punk

    "Make Up" refers to two different bands: 1. Make Up were a band from Washington DC, consisting of Ian Svenonius on vocals, James Canty on guitar, Michelle Mae on bass, and Steve Gamboa on drums.

  • Melvins

    (329,144 listeners)

    grunge, sludge, stoner rock, rock

    Melvins are a rock band that formed in Montesano, Washington, United States in 1983. The band currently consists of Buzz Osborne (vocals, guitar), Jared Warren (bass), Dale Crover (drums) and Coady Willis (drums). Osborne is the only remaining original member, although Crover has been a member since early in the band's career.

  • Mogwai

    (1,165,058 listeners)

    post-rock, instrumental, indie, alternative

    Mogwai are a band from Glasgow formed in 1995. They compose lengthy, mostly instrumental guitar-based pieces in the style of post-rock, usually focused around the elaboration of a single theme, and are known traditionally for their quiet/loud dynamic, defined bass riffs, and an eminent ambient sound, sometimes dark and sometimes grand.

  • Mudhoney

    (486,016 listeners)

    grunge, alternative rock, rock, alternative

    Mudhoney is a Grunge band. Formed in Seattle, Washington, USA, in 1988 following the demise of Green River, Mudhoney's members are vocalist and rhythm guitarist Mark Arm, lead guitarist Steve Turner, bassist Guy Maddison, and drummer Dan Peters. Original bassist Matt Lukin left the band in 1999 but briefly returned in 2000 to complete touring obligations.

  • Siskiyou

    (26,460 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.

  • Slayer

    (1,274,743 listeners)

    thrash metal, metal, speed metal, heavy metal

    Slayer is a thrash metal band from US, formed in 1981. The band was founded by guitarists Jeff Hanneman and Kerry King. The band was credited as one of the "Big Four" thrash metal bands, along with Metallica, Anthrax, and Megadeth.

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

    (185,666 listeners)

    doom metal, stoner metal, stoner rock, sludge

    1) Sleep is a stoner doom metal band from San Jose, California, United States. Active during the 1990s, Sleep earned critical and record label attention early in their career. Critic Eduardo Rivadavia describes them as "perhaps the ultimate stoner rock band" and notes they exerted a strong influence on heavy metal in the 1990s.

  • Sleepy Sun

    (78,936 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…

  • Tall Firs

    (10,280 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

    (338,937 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 Soft Moon

    (100,692 listeners)

    post-punk, shoegaze, coldwave, new wave

    The Soft Moon is a San Francisco based neo-post-punk band composed of Luis Vasquez (singer/songwriter/guitar/synthesizers), Justin Anastasi (bass), Damon Way (synthesizers) and Ron Robinson (visuals). Keven Tecon joined the band as a drummer in early 2012. The Soft Moon has taken cues from early synthpunk/post-punk bands such as Chrome, Suicide, Danse Society and The Units.

  • Thee Oh Sees

    (200,065 listeners)

    garage rock, lo-fi, psychedelic, garage

    Thee Oh Sees are a band from San Francisco, California, USA. The group began as an outlet for John Dwyer to release his instrumental, experimental home recordings, and over the course of several albums evolved into a full band. The band is noted for both its prolific album releases, energetic live shows, and their whimsical visual aesthetic that juxtaposes cartoon imagery and horror.

  • Umberto

    (15,924 listeners)

    progressive electronic, electronic, psychedelic, synth

    There are multiple artists named Umberto: 1) Umberto is a one-man band, that man being Matt Hill, live collaborator / touring member of Expo '70.

  • Wolves in the Throne Room

    (108,084 listeners)

    black metal, atmospheric black metal, progressive black metal, usbm

    Wolves in the Throne Room is a metal band which formed in Olympia, Washington, United States in 2004. The band currently consists of brothers Nathan Weaver (vocals, guitar) and Aaron Weaver (drums, other instruments). The band has released four albums, 2006's "Diadem of 12 Stars", 2007's "Two Hunters", 2009's "Black Cascade" and 2011's "Celestial Lineage".

  • YOB

    (51,144 listeners)

    doom metal, sludge, stoner metal, doom

    YOB was brought into being by vocalist / guitarist Mike Scheidt during the mid 90s. Prior to founding YOB, Scheidt had operated as a drummer with Hardcore acts Chemakill and Dirty Sanchez and held down bass duties in H.C. Minds. The original incarnation of YOB featured Scheidt alongside bassist Lowell Iles and drummer Greg Ocon.

  • Yuck

    (246,690 listeners)

    indie rock, lo-fi, shoegaze, alternative

    Yuck is an alternative / noise pop band which formed in London, England in 2009. The band consists of Max Bloom (guitar, vocals), Mariko Doi (bass, vocals) and Jonny Rogoff (drums). The band was originally formed with Daniel Blumberg (ex-front man) and Max Bloom, but Blumberg decided to leave the band early 2013 to focus on his music project Hebronix.