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  • Ane Brun

    (347,792 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, female vocalists, norwegian, acoustic

    Ane Brun (IPA ænə brun), real name Ane Brunvoll (born 10 March 1976), is a Norwegian singer/songwriter, born and raised in Molde, Norway. She lives in Stockholm, Sweden.

  • Bat for Lashes

    (1,055,500 listeners)

    female vocalists, indie, alternative, singer-songwriter

    Bat for Lashes is a pseudonym of London, UK, based singer-songwriter / multi-instrumentalist / visual artist Natasha Khan (b. 25 Oct 1979, in Hertfordshire, England). She débuted from Brighton, UK, with the The Wizard single (May 2006, She Bear / Drowned In Sound), then album Fur And Gold (Sept 2006, Echo) and her latest album is The Haunted Man (Oct 2012, Echo).

  • Baxter Dury

    (55,416 listeners)

    indie rock, singer-songwriter, alternative, indie

    Baxter Dury, son of the late Ian Dury, is an indie-rock singer-songwriter. In the summer of 2001 Baxter Dury released his debut single, the "Oscar Brown EP". The single picked up rave reviews, which included 'Single of the Week' in NME. It also achieved 'Single of the Week' in the Guardian.

  • Bernhoft

    (43,709 listeners)

    funk, soul, norwegian, indie

    Bernhoft (alternatively typeset as Bern/hoft) is the stage name of Norwegian singer-songwriter Jarle Bernhoft. After becoming a solo artist in 2005 after the dissolution of Span, Bernhoft released some recordings, heavily inspired by the genres of soul, funk, and related musical styles, under his birth name.

  • Billy Talent

    (1,292,175 listeners)

    punk rock, rock, punk, alternative

    Billy Talent is a Juno Award-winning Canadian rock band formed in 1993. They performed and recorded together for about a decade before finding a wide mainstream following. Originally called Pezz, the group originates from Streetsville, in Mississauga, Ontario, but now hail from Toronto, Ontario.

  • Charles Bradley

    (125,715 listeners)

    soul, funk, rhythm and blues, daptone

    Charles Bradley is no stranger to hard times. Born in Gainesville, Florida in 1948 and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Charles spent the better part of his childhood living on the streets.

  • Doomriders

    (63,490 listeners)

    hardcore, stoner rock, sludge, stoner

    Boston's DOOMRIDERS are sonically antisocial and undeniably unforgettable as they come. DOOMRIDERS are comprised of a stellar lineup featuring Nate Newton (Converge, Old Man Gloom), along with longtime friends Jebb Riley (There Were Wires, Disappearer), Chris Pupecki (Cast Iron Hike), and JR Conners (Cave In).

  • Flogging Molly

    (766,005 listeners)

    irish, punk, folk, punk rock

    Flogging Molly is a seven-piece Irish American celtic punk band that formed in Los Angeles, in 1997 and is currently signed to SideOneDummy Records.

  • Jarle Bernhoft

    (17,543 listeners)

    soul, funk, norwegian, neo-soul

    Jarle Bernhoft is a Norwegian singer-songwriter and guitarist. Born in Nittedal, Akershus, Norway, Bernhoft co-founded, and performed lead vocals for, the rock band Span in 1999, which rose to fame both in his home country and internationally. After their split in 2005, Bernhoft became a solo artist, moving from the rock aesthetic of Span to funk and soul.

  • JD McPherson

    (27,862 listeners)

    rockabilly, rock and roll, blues, sax

    Sometimes the most American of settings can reveal the deepest artistic talents the world has ever known.

  • Justin Townes Earle

    (147,863 listeners)

    alt-country, americana, indie, nashville

    Justin Townes Earle, born January 4, 1982 in Nashville, TN, is an American alt-country singer-songwriter who walks the line between old-time country and modern acoustic Indie music by breathing new life into early country, blues and gospel forms.

  • King Krule

    (149,696 listeners)

    indie, lo-fi, experimental, male vocalists

    With his debut single “Out Getting Ribs/ Has This Hit”, King Krule (formerly known as Zoo Kid, but still the musical alias of 19 year old Archy Marshall) announced himself as the startling voice of a new generation; his unexpectedly deep and mournful baritone tracing fissures of disappointment and disorientation to devastating effect.

  • Kyuss Lives!

    (271 listeners)

    stoner rock, metal, desert rock, rock

    Kyuss Lives! is the most recent incarnation of the influential stoner rock band Kyuss, The original line up disbanded in late 1995, with members all going on to form new bands.

  • Lars Winnerbäck

    (126,803 listeners)

    swedish, singer-songwriter, pop, rock

    Lars Winnerbäck is one of the most popular Swedish singers/songwriters of the last decade. He started off with a folk-pop sound but moved towards rock in the late 90's. In his most recent work he has again moved towards a more acoustic style. Originally from Linköping, he later moved to Stockholm to help his career take off. Both cities are frequently featured in the lyrics of his songs.

  • Opeth

    (721,808 listeners)

    progressive metal, progressive death metal, death metal, metal

    Opeth is a progressive metal band from Sweden that is influenced by many diverse musical styles ranging from jazz, 1970s progressive rock, death metal, and blues.

  • Patti Smith

    (728,769 listeners)

    punk, rock, female vocalists, singer-songwriter

    Patricia Lee "Patti" Smith (born December 30, 1946) is an American singer, poet and visual artist who was a highly influential component of the New York punk rock movement, particularly with her 1975 début album 'Horses'. Called the "Godmother of Punk", she integrated the beat poetry performance style with three-chord rock.

  • Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings

    (312,253 listeners)

    soul, funk, rhythm and blues, female vocalists

    Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings, aka Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings, are a funk/soul band, founded in Brooklyn, NY, USA (1996). They are signed to Daptone Records, where the Dap-Kings are the house band. They are widely thought to be spearheads of a revivalist movement that aims to capture the essence of funk/soul music as it was at its height in the mid-1960s to mid-1970s.

  • Shearwater

    (258,465 listeners)

    folk, indie, indie rock, alt-country

    Shearwater was formed by two bandmembers of Austin, TX's Okkervil River. Okkervil's back-up vocalist and accordion/keyboard player Jonathan Meiburg and singer and guitarist Will Sheff formed Shearwater so they could write quieter songs. Beginning in 2005, Sheff lessened his role in the band, leaving Meiburg as the band's songwriter from Palo Santo on.

  • Team Me

    (69,506 listeners)

    indie, norwegian, indie pop, chamber pop

    Team Me is an indie pop band from Norway. Their 2011 debut studio album 'To the Treetops!' won the 2011 Norwegian Grammy Awards (Spellemannprisen) in the category "Best Pop Group of the Year". They are currently in Elverum recording their second studio album due for release in 2014.

  • The Duke Spirit

    (191,500 listeners)

    indie rock, indie, garage rock, british

    The Duke Spirit are a 4 piece band based in London, UK. Their sound incorporates elements of blues-rock, post-punk and the early noise rock and grunge bands of the late 80s and early 90s such as The Pixies. The band was formed in London in 2003 by Liela Moss (vocals/tamborine/piano/harmonica), Luke Ford (guitar/organ), Toby Butler (bass) and Olly Betts (drums).

  • The Last Hurrah!

    (261 listeners)

  • Treetop Flyers

    (28,526 listeners)

    folk, british, alt-country, americana

    Treetop Flyers are a London five-piece who specialise in rootsy, folk-tinged rock, that harks back to the golden age of the Laurel Canyon music scene. Since the release of their debut EP, To Bury The Past, in 2009 they have been gathering pace with a reputation for their live performances, which earned them the winning spot at this year's Glastonbury Emerging Talent Competition.

  • Turbonegro

    (310,049 listeners)

    death punk, rock, punk rock, punk

    Turbonegro (known as Turboneger in Norway) is a Norwegian punk rock band from Oslo, formed in 1989. The band describes themselves as "death punk.

  • Vetiver

    (340,022 listeners)

    folk, indie, freak folk, new weird america

    Vetiver is an American folk band headed by songwriter Andy Cabic and often joined by Devendra Banhart, cellist Alissa Anderson, and violinist Jim Gaylord. They released their debut album Vetiver in 2004 on the small indie folk label DiCristina. Since the album's release Vetiver has toured extensively, opening for and collaborating with Devendra Banhart and Joanna Newsom.