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  • Less Than Jake

    (605,927 listeners)

    ska, ska punk, punk, punk rock

    Less Than Jake is a ska-punk band formed in 1992 in Gainesville, Florida. They were recently released from their contract with Warner Brothers.

  • Lagwagon

    (406,910 listeners)

    punk, punk rock, pop punk, rock

    Lagwagon is a punk band based in the small town of Goleta, California. Forming in 1990, they have released seven albums, all through San Francisco label Fat Wreck Chords. They are widely viewed as catalysts for the pop-punk movement of the 1990's, opening the door for some of the subgenre's more mainstream bands.

  • The Bouncing Souls

    (394,290 listeners)

    punk, punk rock, pop punk, rock

    The Bouncing Souls are a punk band, formed in 1987. They are originally from New Brunswick, New Jersey.

  • Hot Water Music

    (242,793 listeners)

    punk, punk rock, post-hardcore, emo

    Hot Water Music is a Gainesville, Florida punk outfit known for Chuck Ragan and Chris Wollard's raspy vocals, as well as their searing Jawbreaker-esque guitars on earlier albums.

  • The Suicide Machines

    (233,268 listeners)

    punk, ska punk, ska, punk rock

    The Suicide Machines were a band formed in 1991 in Detroit, Michigan under the original name Jack Kevorkian and the Suicide Machines.

  • Voodoo Glow Skulls

    (154,373 listeners)

    ska, ska punk, skacore, punk

    Voodoo Glow Skulls are an underground third-wave ska band. Their music is a mixture of old-style ska, punk and metal.

  • The Lawrence Arms

    (155,197 listeners)

    punk, punk rock, pop punk, chicago

    The Lawrence Arms are a punk rock trio from Chicago, formed in 1999. The lineup consists of Brendan Kelly (vocals & bass), Chris McCaughan (vocals & guitar), and Neil Hennessy (drums).

  • The Flatliners

    (104,081 listeners)

    punk, punk rock, ska punk, skacore

    There is more than one artist named The Flatliners: (1) The Flatliners are a punk rock band from Richmond Hill and Brampton, Ontario, Canada.

  • Dwarves

    (98,621 listeners)

    punk, punk rock, garage punk, hardcore

    The Dwarves are an American punk rock band, formed in Chicago, Illinois in the mid-1980s. They are currently based in San Francisco, California.

  • The Menzingers

    (80,951 listeners)

    punk rock, punk, pop punk, melodic punk

    The Menzingers originally formed after the dissolution of Bob And The Sagets, a band local to the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre area of Pennsylvania. With the addition of Greg Barnett the band recorded a demo/self-released album "A Lesson In The Abuse Of Information Technology" in 2006.

  • Poison Idea

    (71,151 listeners)

    hardcore punk, hardcore, punk, punk rock

    Poison Idea was formed in 1980 in Portland, OR by vocalist Jerry A. (aka Jerry Lang). The initial lineup consisted of Jerry A., Tom “Pig Champion” Roberts (guitar), Glen Estes (bass), and Dean Johnson (drums). Inspired by Black Flag and other early Southern California hardcore acts, they were further influenced by Discharge and Los Angeles's the Germs.

  • Tim Barry

    (41,592 listeners)

    acoustic, singer-songwriter, folk, alt-country

    Tim Barry is a solo folk singer who was the vocalist in the Richmond, VA melodic hardcore band Avail. He released an album titled "Rivanna Junction" on the label Suburban Home Records in the fourth quarter of 2006.

  • Naked Raygun

    (38,680 listeners)

    punk, punk rock, chicago, post-punk

    Official Site: http://www.nakedraygun.org Naked Raygun was a very influential Chicago-based punk band of the 1980s and early 1990s. All incarnations featured Jeff Pezzati on vocals.

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

    (33,070 listeners)

    acoustic, singer-songwriter, alternative, punk rock

    Joey Cape is the lead vocalist for the melodic punk rock band Lagwagon. He is also lead vocalist for the indie experimental band Bad Astronaut. Other projects include being vocalists for both Afterburner and the Playing Favorites. On top of that, he is a guitarist in the cover band Me First and the Gimme Gimmes.

  • Cory Branan

    (31,862 listeners)

    alt-country, singer-songwriter, folk, americana

    Cory Branan is a singer/songwriter, born in Southaven, Mississippi. He garnered comparisons to Ryan Adams, Pete Yorn, and Bright Eyes' Conor Oberst with the release of his 2002 debut album The Hell You Say.

  • Cheap Girls

    (26,397 listeners)

    indie rock, alternative rock, power pop, alternative

    Cheap Girls are an American alternative rock band from Lansing, Michigan that formed in the spring of 2007. The members are Adam Aymor (guitar), Ben Graham (drums), and Ian Graham (vocals and bass guitar). The band spent the better part of their first year in Ben's basement working out the songs that would become their first full length LP, "Find Me A Drink Home"

  • After the Fall

    (23,834 listeners)

    melodic hardcore, rock, australian, punk

    There is more than one artist with this name: 1. After the Fall is a rock band from Sydney, New South Wales and formed in 2000.

  • Dave Hause

    (23,611 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, folk, folk punk, rock

    The lead singer of punk band The Loved Ones. In January 2011, he released his debut solo album, 'Resolutions', through Paper + Plastick records - touring extensively to promote it. A statement from the label, quoted on punknews.org, described the record's origins:

  • Kevin Seconds

    (17,243 listeners)

    acoustic, singer-songwriter, punk, folk punk

    Kevin Seconds is a musician from Reno, Nevada currently based in Sacramento, California. He founded the hardcore punk band 7 Seconds in 1979 with his brother Steve Youth. Having been their frontman ever since, he also writes their lyrics. He got the band signed to the Better Youth Organization label in 1982.

  • Vic Ruggiero

    (16,207 listeners)

    acoustic, singer-songwriter, ska, blues

    Vic Ruggiero is a ska, reggae, blues musician of Italian heritage from Bronx, New York. He now lives in New Jersey.

  • Maladroit

    (15,243 listeners)

    breakcore, mashup, electronic, experimental

    Maladroit is either a producer from Australia (1) or a Pop-Punk band from Paris, France (2). (1.) Breakcore producer based in Sydney, Australia. Formerly part of the now-defunct System:Corrupt collective.

  • Mike Park

    (15,170 listeners)

    acoustic, singer-songwriter, punk, indie

    Mike Park is the owner of Asian Man Records, Ex-saxophonist from Skankin' Pickle, lead singer for the Chinkees & the Bruce Lee Band and founder of the Plea For Peace Foundation.

  • Billy The Kid

    (13,161 listeners)

    hardcore, straight edge, beatdown, newschool hardcore

    Billy the Kid is a moniker currently referring to four musical acts: 1) Billy the Kid is a hardcore band from San José, Costa Rica . Formed in 2007 by members of Ablaze the Embers, A Sangre Fría, xTiempos de Gloriax and Código Penal. We are Straight Edge but respect every type of belief. We’re here to party!

  • The Hunters

    (11,454 listeners)

    surf rock, canadian, rock, surf

    There are (at least) four groups using the name The Hunters. 1. The Hunters is a Quebec City-based punk rock four-piece. Since their formation in 2006, they have toured extensively in Canada, as well as the US East Coast and Europe. Since 2011, they also perform under the moniker of Mariage, a francophone side-project.

  • The Meatmen

    (10,508 listeners)

    punk, hardcore punk, punk rock, hardcore

    The Meatmen were a Michigan, USA punk band headed by Tesco Vee from 1980 to 1995. Very crude and funny, The Meatmen made fun of the "hardcore scene" of the early 80s but really typified the best of the punk scene of the era.

  • The Holy MessUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (10,358 listeners)

    punk rock, punk, pennsylvania, philadelphia

    Since 2007, The Confusion Saint has: Smited 2.5 pickup trucks (that they work in Terço). Jammed The Menzingers in a race of the case. Bought a tow shitty of Schramm of the recorded Pat.

  • Ghetto Blaster

    (9,378 listeners)

    crack rock steady, afrobeat, punk, skacore

    There are at least two groups using the name Ghetto Blaster: 1. Ghetto Blaster started out as a 5 piece Ska, Punk band in Toronto, Ontario in early 2008. After a few practices the line-up was cut down to 3 members: Neil - Guitar/Vocals, Crowley - Bass/Vocals & Andy - Drums/Vocals.

  • Hellbastard

    (8,551 listeners)

    crust, thrash metal, crust punk, stenchcore

    Hellbastard is a UK crust punk / Crossover band formed in 1985. While Amebix may have been the first to play crust punk music, Hellbastard was the first to coin the term "crust punk" based around the culture of squatting and the gritty subgenre of hardcore punk that reflected this lifestyle.

  • Junior Battles

    (8,559 listeners)

    pop punk, punk rock, punk, canada

    Since releasing Hotel Bibles on Toronto punk imprint Black Pint Records in April, Junior Battles has turned into an unintentional road beast. Initially conceived as a lazy, friendly way to hang out and play throwback pop-punk, Junior Battles got a lot more real in the summer of 2009, clocking a girlfriend-troubling number of hours between Ontario, Quebec, and the East Coast of the U.

  • Blacklist Royals

    (8,203 listeners)

    punk rock, punk, folk punk, alternative rock

    Coming out of Nashville with heartfelt punk 'n' roll anthems big in sing-alongs and spiced with a country tinge, Blacklist Royals have played hundreds of shows over the last three years including the entire 2006 and the 2007 Vans Warped Tour, appearances at both The Fest 6 and The Fest 7…

  • Un

    (6,372 listeners)

    tara burke, k-pop, thom roach, grant acker

    There is more than one band with the name UN (or Un). 1) Un was a group featuring Marcia Bassett (Zaimph, Double Leopards, Hototogisu, GHQ, among others), Grant Acker, and Tom Roach, formed in Philadelphia around 1995. Tara Burke (later of Fursaxa) also joined at one point and they had two releases on the Siltbreeze label before disbanding in 1999.

  • Pentimento

    (7,295 listeners)

    pop punk, punk rock, melodic hardcore, punk

    Members: Vinny Caito - Bass Lance Claypool - Guitar Mike Hansen - Drums/Vocals Jeramiah Pauly - Vocals/Guitar Nick Ardnt - Merch/Mustache Hometown : Buffalo, NY Press Contact: pentimentony@gmail.com http://twitter.com/pentimentony http://myspace.com/pentimentony

  • Classics of Love

    (6,045 listeners)

    punk, punk rock, pop punk, american

    Classics of Love is a punk rock band from Northern California consisting of Jesse Michaels (formerly of Operation Ivy, Big Rig and Common Rider) on guitar and vocals, Mike Huguenor on guitar, Morgan Herrell on bass and Max Feshbach on drums (all of the three-piece Hard Girls).

  • Jet Black

    (5,534 listeners)

    screamo, german, emo, real screamo

    There are four artists with this name: 1) Jet Black was a German screamo band, existing from 2001 - 2006. Released a self titled 7 inch and a 12 inch record entitled "The Dead End" on UNterm Durchschnitt Records. Three members afterwards founded a band named "The town of Machine".

  • Kepi Ghoulie

    (5,255 listeners)

    pop punk, punk rock, punk, acoustic

    Kepi was the bassist and vocalist for Sacramento, California based pop-punk band the Groovie Ghoulies. He has been recording and touring both with a full band and as an acoustic soloist since the Ghoulies' break-up in mid 2007.

  • Broadcaster

    (4,542 listeners)

    rock, powerpop, indie rock, british

    (NOTE: there are 2 active bands named Broadcaster, as well as a number of non-active bands with that name)

  • Jeff Rowe

    (4,246 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, acoustic, acoustic punk, my beard will rise

    Gloucester,Massachusetts can be a tough town. Born and raised in this small port town north of Boston, Jeff Rowe cut his teeth on punk rock.

  • Micah Schnabel

    (4,155 listeners)

    alt-country, folk, acoustic, singer-songwriter

    singer songwriter for the band Two Cow Garage. Solo record "when the stage lights go dim" out now on suburban home records. Micah on myspace: www.myspace.com/rivervalleycancerscare Suburban Home Records: http://www.suburbanhomerecords.com

  • Luther

    (4,349 listeners)

    punk rock, punk, pop punk, orgcore

    A rock band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Debut release "Siblings and Sevens" available August 16, 2011 via Black Numbers (U.S.) and Disconnect Disconnect Records (U.K.) Arrested Development was a great television series.


    (3,205 listeners)

    punk, skacore, hardcore punk, punk rock

    There are a multiple bands called Out of Order: 1) Out Of Order is the name of a Chicago-based hardcore band.

  • Horace Pinker

    (3,057 listeners)

    punk rock, pop punk, melodic punk, punk

    Horace Pinker has played over 800 hundred shows in more than 18 countries, including the 1995 Dynamo Festival in Holland, 1996 Innrock Festival in Austria and the Popkomm festival in Germany, plus the 2002 Groez Rock Festival in Belgium.

  • Milanku

    (3,341 listeners)

    post-metal, post-rock, post-hardcore, canadian

    At the crossroads between post hardcore and post rock,Milanku completely charmed Montreal's local scene with their enourmous guitar build up. Features members of Kraken,Autumn Picture and mastered by Ryan Morey (The Arcade fire) For fans of Mogwai,Envy,Neurosis

  • Brutal Youth

    (860 listeners)

    hardcore punk, melodic hardcore, punk rock, punk

    BRUTAL YOUTH is a band featuring Patty, Kaitlyn and Kyle from THE CLASS WAR KIDS, plus their bosom buddy Greg. Angst-driven melodic hardcore with lyrics leaning towards the personal rather than the political…

  • Placeholder

    (3,110 listeners)

    pop punk, melodic punk, post-hardcore, pop-punk

    Melodic Punk / Emo band from Harrisburg, PA http://www.facebook.com/placeholderpa http://placeholderpa.bandcamp.com

  • Random Killing

    (2,462 listeners)

    punk, canadian, punk rock, said dont stop the punk rock

    Random Killing formed in 1984 more as a joke than a real band. They were just going to jam a few times but ended up writing a few cool songs and thought they might as well play a few shows. The original name of the band was "Roy's Comrades", at the time most their songs were political so the name worked on a local level, Roy McMurtry was the attorney general of Ontario.

  • Nightlights

    (2,464 listeners)

    punk rock, american, rock, punk

    1. Nightlights is a punk rock band from Daytona Beach, Florida. They formed in the Fall of 2009. They carry catchy and heartfelt tunes with powerful vocals www.facebook.com/nightlightsfl www.twitter.com/nightlightsfl

  • PJ Bond

    (2,599 listeners)

    folk, acoustic, indie, live

    lot's changed and now i'm a free man. i live out of my car, travel, write songs, sing with full and happy lungs. i'm writing about it all and eventually will turn my scratchings into a book. you can follow my journey at year of a thousand roommates. if you want me to come sleep on your couch or play songs in your town, drop me a line.

  • The Real Deal

    (2,401 listeners)

    punk, punk rock, skate punk, canadian

    Once in a while, a band comes along and changes the face of music. The Real Deal is indisputably NOT one of these bands…Hot damn they are FUN to be around though! Their sophomore Stomp Records release entitled “FUN” is a fitting name for the 12 tracks of what the band has come to brand as Party Punk. The record hits stores May 5th.

  • The Hotel Year

    (2,993 listeners)

    pop punk, emo, awesome, pop-punk

    The Hotelier (formerly The Hotel Year) is a pop punk band from massachusetts.

  • Nightmares For A Week

    (2,543 listeners)

    indie rock, melodic punk, punk, punk rock

    Nightmares for a Week are a three piece indie rock outfit from Kingston, NY. The group features Bill Manley (vocals, guitar), Sean-Paul Pillsworth (bass, vocals) and Steven Markota (drums) and promises a sound influenced by Jawbreaker, Lucero, Uncle Tupelo, All and The Replacements.