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  • A Loss for Words

    (71,613 listeners)

    pop punk, post-hardcore, hardcore, melodic hardcore

    .. In a world where some bands are handed everything on a silver platter, there's also a place where there's still some hardworking folks left. Boston's own pop-punk outfit, A Loss For Words are at the top of that list. Having released 3 EPs and their full length "The Kids Can't Lose" since 2005, they are a group with unstoppable dedication, hard work, and creativity.

  • After the Burial

    (91,382 listeners)

    metalcore, deathcore, progressive metalcore, mathcore

    After the Burial is an American metal band from White Bear Lake, Minnesota, United States formed in 2004.

  • All Time Low

    (1,058,357 listeners)

    pop punk, rock, powerpop, punk

    The pop punk band All Time Low formed in Maryland in 2003. Lead vocalist Alex Gaskarth and guitarist Jack Barakat put the group together and recruited drummer Rian Dawson and bassist Zack Merrick.

  • Anthony Raneri

    (7,562 listeners)

    alternative, acoustic, indie, indie rock

    Lead singer of alternative punk rock band Bayside. Recently released a solo EP. Has incredible writing skills and is a super talented musician.

  • Ballyhoo!

    (162,134 listeners)

    reggae, ska, rock, surf

    There are, at least, two groups by this name. Ballyhoo (without the exclamation mark!) is a South African group who had a huge hit in 1980 in their homeland with their single 'Man On The Moon'. This South African group is still going strong. The other group with the same name (but with the exclamation mark!) is from Maryland, USA, a modern rock/reggae party band, active since 2006.

  • Bayside

    (335,336 listeners)

    emo, rock, alternative, punk

    Formed in October of 2000, Bayside consisted of four musicians looking for a chance to play music the rest of their lives. They recorded a demo and the band began playing shows around Long Island, NY. They quickly caught the eye of Brooklyn, New York's Dying Wish Records, who released their first EP, "Long Stories Short", featuring the songs "Foot Impressions", "Days Of My Life", "Red Head VS.

  • Blessthefall

    (503,706 listeners)

    post-hardcore, screamo, emocore, metalcore

    Blessthefall is a post-hardcore band from Phoenix, Arizona. In the two-year span since blessthefall’s album His Last Walk was released, the band has undergone some internal repairs that could have sunk any other band on the rise. Not so for the Phoenix five-piece, who’ve learned that a kink in the gears isn’t enough to stop a band this strong for good.

  • Born of Osiris

    (161,518 listeners)

    deathcore, progressive deathcore, metalcore, progressive metal

    Born of Osiris is an American deathcore band, formed in 2003 in Chicago. The group has undergone a number of name changes before finally settling with Born of Osiris in 2007, basing the name off the Egyptian deity Osiris, and the tale of his son Horus.

  • Breathe Carolina

    (465,006 listeners)

    electronic, powerpop, screamo, electronica

    Breathe Carolina is an electronic duo from Denver, Colorado. When members, Kyle Even and David Schmitt started the project in 2007, they didn't anticipate that their “just for fun” intent would explode into an internationally sought-after duo within just a couple of years.

  • Brian Marquis

    (1,691 listeners)

    rock, folk, blues, acoustic

    Snow Damage, singer/songwriter Brian Marquis’ (ex-Therefore I Am) debut six- song EP, released via Harbinger Music Group, is a heartfelt culmination of resilience, rebirth and renewal. The EP title, Snow Damage, metaphorically describes what is left when all the winter snow is melted away and the ground beneath is exposed, waiting for the rebirth of spring.

  • Captain Capa

    (20,447 listeners)

    electronic, german, electro, electroclash

    Captain Capa is a german electropop/indietronica band formed in 2007. The guys are from the small town Bad Frankenhausen in Thuringia/Germany and have released two albums so far.

  • Champagne Champagne

    (4,612 listeners)

    hip-hop, experimental, hip hop, rap

    Seattle’s own punk-rap-shoegazers, backroom brown hornets, vibrate higher in their magnetic blackness. Two MC’s: Pearl Dragon, lifer-a smoke-breathing hood Jim Morrison- and Sir Thomas Gray, the hyperactivated game-gifted trouble man.

  • Chelsea Grin

    (191,386 listeners)

    deathcore, brutal deathcore, grindcore, deathgrind

    Chelsea Grin is an American deathcore band from Salt Lake City, Utah. Formed in 2007, the group is currently signed to Artery Recordings and have released two EPs (Chelsea Grin in July 2008, and Evolve in June 2012) and two full-length albums, the latest being My Damnation (July 2011). The name of the band is derived from the torture method of the same name.

  • Cherri Bomb

    (21,189 listeners)

    rock, alternative rock, female vocalists, alternative

    There is more than one band known as Cherri Bomb both are all girl bands. 1) A band from the USA http://cherribombband.com/ 2) A band from Australia http://www.cherri-bomb.com.au/

  • Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!

    (128,181 listeners)

    pop punk, post-hardcore, easycore, happy hardcore

    Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! is a five piece pop punk band formed in September 2007 in Paris, France. Chunk... crosses multiple borders in musical genres to create an individual and unique sound that takes inspiration from Pop Punk, Metal, Indie and Hardcore music.

  • Cold Forty Three

    (739 listeners)

    pop punk, warped tour 2011, rock, punk

    Cold Forty Three arrived on the scene in 2010 in a way that was seldom seen by even the most seasoned touring professionals.

  • Dead Sara

    (27,878 listeners)

    rock, alternative rock, female vocalist, alternative

    Emily Armstrong - Singer/Guitarist Siouxsie Medley - Guitarist Sean Friday - Drummer Chris Null - Bass Player

  • Echo Movement

    (39,893 listeners)

    reggae, ska, surf, alternative

    Echo Movement is an American alternative/reggae band based in New Jersey. As of summer, 2009, they are a seven-piece band. The band was originally formed in 2004 by brothers Stephen and David Fowler. They recorded and released a self-titled album in June 2005. The album generated regional cult success.

  • Every Time I Die

    (323,092 listeners)

    hardcore, metalcore, southern rock, screamo

    Every Time I Die is a five-piece Metalcore band from Buffalo, New York, founded in the winter of 1998. Though popularly classified as hardcore, Every Time I Die's sound also contains strong elements of metalcore, southern rock and mathcore.

  • Falling in ReverseUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (187,633 listeners)

    post-hardcore, screamo, rock, hardcore

    Falling in Reverse is a post-hardcore band formed in Henderson, Nevada, United States. They were previously known as From Behind These Walls but due to another band having the same name they decided to rename the band to Falling in Reverse. The band consists of former Escape the Fate vocalist Ronnie Radke and currently has several instrumentals and demo songs.

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

    (106,276 listeners)

    pop punk, pop-punk, melodic punk, punk

    There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Fireworks is a pop punk band from Detroit, Michigan consisting of David Mackinder, Tymm Rengers, Chris Mojan, Kyle O'Neil, and Brett Jones. They are a group of individuals creating a sound with enough pop quality to keep your little sister's attention, and enough edge to rid them of "guilty pleasure" status.

  • For Today

    (110,240 listeners)

    metalcore, hardcore, christian, christian metalcore

    For Today is a Metalcore band from Sioux City, Iowa, United States currently signed to Razor & Tie. Known for their non-stop touring, high energy live performance, and unrelenting message, For Today will stop at nothing until the name of Christ is proclaimed to the entire world.

  • Four Year Strong

    (436,494 listeners)

    pop punk, melodic hardcore, hardcore, beardcore

    Four Year Strong is an American pop punk band from Worcester, Massachusetts, United States, formed in 2001. The group consists of vocalists and guitarists Dan O'Connor and Alan Day, bassist Joe Weiss, and drummer Jackson Massucco. They have released four studio albums; the latest, 'In Some Way, Shape Or Form', was released on November 8, 2011.

  • Funeral Party

    (90,318 listeners)

    indie rock, post-punk, dance punk, indie

    There are multiple artists with the name Funeral Party: (1) Funeral Party is a four-piece band that formed one night in a Whittier, CA park in 2005.

  • G-Eazy

    (120,256 listeners)

    hip-hop, rap, lil wayne, new orleans

    G-Eazy has an agenda. For the last couple of years he's been trying to finish school while building up a grassroots fan-base across the US. Schooled in the bay, tested in New Orleans, G isn't a stranger to paying dues. His live shows have turned heads from the smallest of Midwest clubs all the way up to arenas on dates with Lil Wayne, Big Sean, and Drake, among others.

  • Hostage Calm

    (28,501 listeners)

    melodic hardcore, hardcore, hardcore punk, punk

    Hostage Calm was a rock/punk/hardcore band from Connecticut that debuted in the summer of 2007 with a 4-song CD-R demo, later re-released on a 7" by Headcount Records .

  • I Call Fives

    (39,246 listeners)

    pop punk, powerpop, rock, punk rock

    Described as “hyper-catchy and highly caffeinated” by the Philadelphia Weekly, I Call Fives has become known for their high-energy sound and relentless stage presence.

  • I Fight Dragons

    (49,937 listeners)

    8-bit, nes-rock, chiptune, powerpop

    I Fight Dragons is a rock band formed in Chicago, Illinois in 2008, consisting of Brian Mazzaferri (lead vocals, acoustic guitar, chiptunes), Packy Lundholm (harmony vocals, electric guitar), Bill Prokopow (harmony vocals, piano, chiptunes), Hari Rao (bass), and Chad Van Dahm (drums).

  • Iwrestledabearonce

    (118,789 listeners)

    experimental, deathcore, mathcore, grindcore

    iwrestledabearonce are a band from Shreveport, Louisiana that utilizes a variety of genres and musical influences.

  • Justina

    (1,282 listeners)

    pop, rap, rock, indie

    Justina is a persian rapper from tehran,Iran now working under "Mishnasi Maro" label ]

  • Koji

    (30,297 listeners)

    acoustic, indie, indie rock, japanese

    “I think the good in people is never lost,” Koji said. “And it’s never gone from music. Music is an art form that celebrates potential. If you’re looking for it, you’re going to find it.” - February 20, 2012 interview with Gaining Ground Media.

  • Lostprophets

    (1,363,493 listeners)

    rock, alternative rock, alternative, emo

    Lostprophets were an alternative rock band formed in Pontypridd, Wales in 1997. It was founded by current vocalist Ian Watkins and guitarist Mike Lewis.

  • Machine Gun Kelly

    (95,623 listeners)

    hip-hop, rap, cleveland, machine gun kelly

    Richard Colson Baker (born April 22, 1990), p/k/a Machine Gun Kelly or MGK, is an American rapper from Cleveland, Ohio.

  • Make Do and Mend

    (52,788 listeners)

    melodic hardcore, post-hardcore, punk rock, hardcore

    Make Do And Mend is a post-hardcore / punk rock band from West Hartford, CT, formed in 2006, and now living in Boston, MA. They first released a 6-track EP (We're All Just Living) in 2007, and then a follow-up EP (Bodies Of Water). They gave it for free online, and then Panic Records called to help out with an official release, which came true in March 2009.

  • Man Overboard

    (124,318 listeners)

    pop punk, punk rock, pop-punk, emo

    1- Man Overboard is an American pop punk band from Mt. Laurel and Williamstown, New Jersey that began in 2008.

  • Matt Toka

    (1,109 listeners)

    rock, punk, punk rock

    Matt Toka was born in Youngstown, Ohio. Growing up in an abusive home, music was Toka's escape from it all. He started playing guitar when he was 12, and also played in a couple bands that didn't rise farther than the local scene. Toka, however, couldn't wait to leave Ohio.

  • Mayday Parade

    (656,903 listeners)

    pop punk, emo, rock, alternative

    Mayday Parade was born in 2005 when two popular Tallahassee bands, Kid Named Chicago and Defining Moment, decided to merge and form one group. Both bands had been friends for a long time but they each seemed to have different kind of holdups. They pooled their resources, booted out the undedicated members and decided to take the good from each band and move forward.

  • Memphis May Fire

    (200,872 listeners)

    post-hardcore, metalcore, southern rock, hardcore

    There are two artists that have used the name Memphis May Fire: 1) A rock band from Dallas, Texas. 2) A heavy metal band from Baltimore, Maryland.

  • Mighty Mongo

    (981 listeners)

    ska, rock, punk, electronic

    Mighty Mongo is a four-piece band of kids from St. Petersburg, Florida. Since their inception in October 2009, they have played over 700 shows and have organically grown a base of true fans, who dub themselves "Mongolians".

  • Miss May I

    (276,567 listeners)

    metalcore, deathcore, post-hardcore, hardcore

    Miss May I is a melodic metalcore band hailing from Troy, Ohio. The band has been around since 2006, playing local shows and steadily gathering a loyal fan base. In 2007, they released their first EP, Vows for a Massacre which contained five songs. 2008 saw the release of their demo EP, Demo 2008.

  • Mod Sun

    (10,328 listeners)

    hip-hop, hippy hop, hip hop, rap

    Check out: http://modsun.bandcamp.com http://modsunmusic.com MOVEMENT ON DREAMS. STAND UNDER NONE. "I think the suns comin' out", says 22 year old Derek Smith. He is positive his positivity will bring him something positive. "The two things I base my life around and continue to stay passionate about are music and "the secret".

  • Motionless in White

    (189,836 listeners)

    post-hardcore, metalcore, screamo, hardcore

    Chris 'Motionless' Cerulli - Vocals Josh Balz - Keyboards Ryan Sitkowski - Guitar Ricky 'Horror' Olson - Rhythm Guitar/Backing Vocals Devin 'Ghost' Sola - Bass

  • New Found Glory

    (1,000,684 listeners)

    pop punk, punk, punk rock, rock

    New Found Glory (often abbreviated to NFG) are an American pop-punk band based in South Florida (Coral Springs). The band consists of Jordan Pundik (vocals), Chad Gilbert (guitar), Ian Grushka (bass) and Cyrus Bolooki (drums).

  • Of Mice & Men

    (171,198 listeners)

    post-hardcore, metalcore, screamo, electronic

    Of Mice & Men is a metalcore band formed in Costa Mesa, California, United States in 2009 by Austin Carlile and Jaxin Hall after Carlile's departure from Attack Attack!. The name of the band is derived from John Steinbeck's novel of the same title.

  • Owen Plant

    (352 listeners)

    folk, reggae, singer-songwriter, usa

    Owen Plant is a Jamaican-born musician who writes, performs, and records universally-appealing songs that are a blend of pop, reggae, and roots.

  • Pierce the Veil

    (373,385 listeners)

    post-hardcore, emocore, experimental, emo

    Pierce the Veil is an American rock band from San Diego, California. Formed in 2006, the group was founded by brothers Vic and Mike Fuentes after the disbandment of the group Before Today (formerly Early Times), which was formed out of the San Diego punk rock scene.

  • Polar Bear Club

    (97,073 listeners)

    post-hardcore, melodic hardcore, punk, punk rock

    Polar Bear Club is a punk rock/post-hardcore band from Rochester and Syracuse, New York. A demo released in 2005 brought them much attention, and was a precursor to their first EP, The Redder, the Better, released in Summer 2006 on Triple Attack and Luchador Records.

  • Rise To Remain

    (30,125 listeners)

    metalcore, melodic metalcore, metal, screamo

    Rise To Remain are a London-based 5 piece metal band. They were formed in late 2006/early 2007 by Ben Tovey, Will Homer and Austin Dickinson under the name “Halide” as a side project to several of the band’s members other endeavors in music. Within a few months the band solidified their line-up and began playing local shows as well as travelling across the UK, seeking out shows.

  • Senses Fail

    (654,926 listeners)

    emo, screamo, rock, alternative

    Senses Fail are a post-hardcore/alternative rock band formed in New Jersey in 2002. The band's original lineup consisted of James "Buddy" Nielsen, Dan Trapp, Dave Miller, Garrett Zablocki, and Mike Glita. The band released their debut EP From the Depths of Dreams with a limited 300 copy run on August 13, 2002, through ECA Records.

  • Sick of Sarah

    (37,229 listeners)

    female vocalists, indie, alternative, indie rock

    Sick Of Sarah began in Minneapolis, MN in April 2005 as an all-female band with catchy hooks, unique lyrics and thoughtful, well-crafted music. The band displays talent, passion, and an ever-present sense of humor that shapes many of their songs. They combine sympathetic acoustic moments with driving electric rock, often in the same song.