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  • A-TRAK

    (201,457 listeners)

    turntablism, electronic, hip-hop, scratch

    From label boss, hit producer, World Champion DJ, trendsetter, genre-mangling party-starter, to blogger extraordinaire, Alain Macklovitch, best known as A-Trak, embodies the full scope of the 21st Century musician-entrepreneur model. At the mere age of 29, A-Trak has had two distinct phases to his winding 11 year career.

  • Amanda Mair

    (25,215 listeners)

    swedish, indie, female vocalists, indie pop

    Amanda Mair June, 14th, 1994- is a female vocalist / pianist from Stockholm, Sweden. She was discovered by Club 8's, Johan Angergård, while only 15 years old after he heard some demos she had recorded with Club 8's touring drummer.

  • Angerfist

    (72,370 listeners)

    hardcore, gabber, hardcore techno, darkcore

    Danny Masseling, (born June 20, 1981 in Almere, Netherlands), best known as Angerfist, is a hardcore techno / gabber musician and DJ. He is the most popular and widely recognized performer in the genre, being nicknamed as the King of Hardcore.

  • Beataucue

    (35,024 listeners)

    french, electro, electronic, français

    Médéric and Alexis are made of electricity and can be considered as the sons of electronic music. These two French guys from the Normandy countryside started producing music at home in their bedroom, in Caen. They first hit the danse floor with remixes of the likes of noob & Brodinski – Peanuts Club and Major Lazer – Pon De Floor and we bet you’ll be crushed by their fresh and screamy productions.

  • Bingo Players

    (314,716 listeners)

    house, electronic, techno, dirty house

    Bingo Players (Paul Bäumer & Maarten Hoogstraten) have been left gasping for air after a seriously hectic year with bookings in the Netherlands and abroad.

  • bob hund

    (94,648 listeners)

    swedish, indie rock, rock, indie

    bob hund is a seven-piece rock band from Sweden. Swedish for "bob dog", their name was borrowed from a television cartoon character. Their music, hard to classify, is by some described as "a frantic celebration of the power of music to invigorate and give life."

  • Breakbot

    (268,963 listeners)

    electronic, french, disco, electro

    Breakbot aka Thibaut Berland is a French producer and DJ born in 1981. After studying at the School of Graphic Supinfocom, he made short films (with Oury Atlan and Damien Ferrié called "Overtime."), advertising and videos (David Hallyday - Satellite, Peter von Poehl - The Story of the Impossible). He is also a CG artist with credits including Arthur and the Invisibles.

  • Brodinski

    (81,728 listeners)

    electro, french, techno, electronic

    Brodinski, 1 has his right hand on the hardened minimalist edge and his left hand on the electro party scene. He's part of the fluokids phenomenon. His sets are clean but the tracks are dirty, and the "mix tapes" he offers on his blog never disappoint.

  • Carbon Based Lifeforms

    (315,368 listeners)

    ambient, chillout, electronic, downtempo

    Carbon Based Lifeforms (also known as CBL) is an electronic music duo made up of Johannes Hedberg and Daniel Segerstad (born Ringström), both born in 1976 and based in Göteborg, Sweden.

  • Combichrist

    (259,742 listeners)

    industrial, ebm, dark electro, electronic

    "Combichrist" is an aggrotech group, formed in Norway and currently based in the United States. In 2003 Andy LaPlegua of "Icon of Coil" wrote a few power noise/techno cross over tracks under the name of "D.R.I.V.E.". This was changed to "Combichrist" when the debut album, "The Joy of Gunz" was set to be released on Out Of Line.

  • Crystal Castles

    (1,402,881 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.

  • F.O.O.L

    (45,182 listeners)

    hard electro, electro, electronic, swedish

    F.O.O.L is a Swedish electronic music duo composed Rasmus Hermansen and Oliver Nilsson . The group name is not hiding behind the emotions, but rather behind an acronym meaning "Fuck Our Ordinary Lives". The Productions started in 2009 in Eskilstuna, Sweden.

  • Far och son

    (3,160 listeners)

    swedish, hip-hop, electronic, rap

    Far och son consists of Frej Larsson (member of Maskinen och Slagsmålsklubben) and Simon Gärdenfors (former member of Las Palmas).

  • General Knas

    (17,574 listeners)

    reggae, swedish reggae, swedish, skåne

    Ivan Olausson-Klatil aka General Knas Member of the Swedish reggae band Svenska Akademien, now on a solo album "Äntligen Har Rika Människor Fått Det Bättre"

  • Gesaffelstein

    (131,375 listeners)

    techno, electronic, electro, tech house

    Mike Levy, AKA Gesaffelstein, is a French electronic producer based in Paris, France. He has remixed the likes of ZZT, Cassius and Sei A.

  • Glesbygd'n

    (4,624 listeners)

    reggae, norrland, vemods reggae, swedish

    Glesbygd’n mixes reggae tones with a cultural folk music. Musically they share a similar sound of one of Sweden's best reggae bands, Kultiration. www.glesbygdn.se

  • Haezer

    (22,075 listeners)

    electro, hard electro, hardclash, trashbags

    HAEZER is an electro DJ that combines elements of punk, breakbeat, industrial music and glitch-ridden Electroclash.

  • Hocico

    (117,286 listeners)

    ebm, industrial, dark electro, electronic

    Hocico is a Mexican dark electro band. The band was officially formed in Mexico City, Mexico in 1993 by Erk Aicrag (lyrics & vocals) and Racso Agroyam (programming), but both cousins had been making electronic music since they were fifteen years old. The names are anagrams of the real names Erik Garcia and Oscar Mayorga.

  • Horisont

    (15,884 listeners)

    stoner rock, hard rock, psychedelic rock, swedish

    Yes, another Swedish 70’s influenced hard rock band! I guess Sweden ranks no. 1 in the world when it comes to this genre.

  • Housse de Racket

    (119,923 listeners)

    french, indie, electronic, indie rock

    "Winners of runs, losers in love" is the leitmotiv of Housse de Racket. It is first and foremost a smart, sport concept, a musical match between two childhood friends devoted to love and sport. Not sufficiently heavy weight to become high-level sportsmen, Pierre and Victor opted for high flying pop music.

  • Icona Pop

    (615,184 listeners)

    electronic, electropop, swedish, synthpop

    Icona Pop are a Swedish duo who were formed in 2009, with electro house, punk and indie pop music influences.

  • Jospressen

    (9,721 listeners)

    swedish, electronic, synthpop, blip-blop

    Jospressen is a swedish bitpop group. They appeared on Djur and Mirs compilation Yesterdjur Yestermir Yesterday in 2005. Their music is typical electronica inspired by Slagsmålsklubben and 50 Hertz with synth elements and crazy lyrics.

  • Kapten Röd

    (81,218 listeners)

    reggae, swedish, swedish reggae, political

    Kapten Röd is a Reggae/dancehall-artist from Gothenburg, Sweden. He released his debut album in June 2007. The album is called "Stjärnorna Finns Här".

  • Knife Party

    (330,458 listeners)

    dubstep, electro house, electronic, house

    Knife Party is the electro house duo founded by Rob Swire and Gareth McGrillen, former members of Australian Drum & Bass band Pendulum. They've remixed artists such as Swedish House Mafia, Nero, Labrinth and Porter Robinson.


    (5,693 listeners)

    swedish, electronic, synthpop, seen live

    LCTRISC call their music “Maximal”, which is explained as: “A crazy fusion dance music and garage noise. Guitar riffs cut into pieces in symbiosis with cheap drum samples and midi synths. And a banana shaker.” Lenny and Leslie form the duo LCTRISC and have found their own way of mixing electronica with rock vibes, crazy playfulness, hooky guitar and synth figures and heavy beats.

  • Lemâitre

    (132,951 listeners)

    electronic, glitch, electronica, norwegian

    Lemaitre was started in Oslo, Norway in 2010 by Ketil Jansen and Ulrik Denizou Lund. The duo had known each other since they were kids and have both done music in different directions most of their lives. 19 years old and just finished school, they decided to make some music together, Ulrik with background in rock/indie bands and Ketil with background in electronic music.

  • Little Jinder

    (39,932 listeners)

    electronic, electropop, synthpop, sweden

    Josefine Jinder from Stockholm, Sweden debuted in 2008. Josefine dropped out of high school and went to England to study audio engineering. Her current band consist of David Lindh, Johan Cederberg and herself.

  • Lucas Nord

    (52,222 listeners)

    house, electronica, swedish, sweden

  • Markus Krunegård

    (92,847 listeners)

    swedish, indie pop, pop, indie

    Markus Krunegård, born April 6, 1979 in Norrköping, Östergötland, is a Swedish singer. He is known as the lead singer of the pop band Laakso and has also been a member of HETS!. He has appeared on Johnossi's album All They Ever Wanted (2008) and Eldkvarn's album Hunger Hotell (2008). He has also taken part in a song Det kommer bara leda till nåt ont by swedish band Säkert!.

  • Mash Up International

    (10,989 listeners)

    dance, electronica, world music, tropicalia

  • Maskinen

    (90,496 listeners)

    swedish, hip-hop, electronic, electronica

    Maskinen is Frej (from Slagsmålsklubben, Offerprästers Orkester) and Afasi. Their first single is named Alla som inte dansar and will be released on P.O.P.E. Web site Myspace profile

  • Mord Fustang

    (99,357 listeners)

    electro house, dubstep, house, electro

    Arpeggios, wobbles, 1-up mushrooms and disco bassline Genre: Electro House, Dubstep Hometown: Tallinn, Estonia BREAKTHROUGH ARTIST OF THE YEAR: Beatport Music Awards, 2012

  • Mr. Oizo

    (562,469 listeners)

    electronic, electro, french, techno

    Mr. Oizo (pronounced 'Monsieur Wah-zoh') is the nom de plume for French music producer Quentin Dupieux.

  • Nause

    (125,310 listeners)

    house, dance, electronic, swedish

    For every Swedish hopeful to emerge amid the age of global hysteria towards Electronic music, few can boast of the heights attained by fast rising duo Nause.

  • Neelix

    (54,570 listeners)

    psytrance, progressive psytrance, progressive trance, goa

    Hamburg based artist Henrik Twardzik, better known as Neelix started to produce music in the early 1998. After DJing for some years he finally decided to create his own sound. His first track he recorded was "Neelix - The Fourth", released on a NOVA TEKK compilation called Maverixx in 2002, which was followed by numerous releases on different labels from all around the globe.

  • Niva

    (58,614 listeners)

    chillwave, electronic, downtempo, chillout

    There are two artists with the moniker of NIVA. Stockholm's Christian Niva makes dreamy bedroom pop that borrows elements from modern dance music. http://facebook.com/nivamusic http://niva.bandcamp.com http://www.soundcloud.com/nivamusic Tony Niva is a Swedish AOR / Melodic Rock artist from Skövde/Skara. He made his debut album, NIVA - No Capitulation that was released in Japan 1994.

  • Polarsets

    (41,895 listeners)

    electronic, indie, british, electronica

    Polarsets are an Electronic Indie trio from Newcastle Upon Tyne. Rob Howe - Vocals // Guitar Mickey Smith - Bass // Vocals James Rudd - Drums // Vocals "Sunshine Eyes" Single & Remixes out now on Kitsune from iTunes "Leave Argentina" & "Morning" Singles available to download from bandcamp and iTunes

  • Porter Robinson

    (453,759 listeners)

    electro house, electronic, dubstep, house

    At 22, life is usually filled with exams, a first job, or even a small amount of uncertainty as to what you want to do in life… Porter Robinson however, has broken the mold completely. Having already featured twice in the Billboard 21 Under 21, where he ranked ahead of the likes of Miley Cyrus and Cher Lloyd, you begin to quickly see that Porter is no ordinary talent.

  • Qulinez

    (34,678 listeners)

    house, electro house, swedish, progressive house

    QULINEZ: Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Soundcloud Alexander Lager and Johannes Gustafsson, two childhood friends hailing from Varberg, Sweden have been producing tracks together since early 2006. In 2011, they began producing tracks for a project called “Qulinez”, and sent a demo straight to Steve Angello at Size Records, who took an immediate and avid interest in the talented young producers.

  • Rustie

    (220,441 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, wonky, grime

    Rustie, born Russell Whyte in Glasgow, Scotland, is an electronic musician signed to Warp Records. He has also released recordings on Stuff Records, Hyperdub, Wireblock and various other labels. He released the EP Bad Science on Wireblock Records.

  • Sameblod

    (11,397 listeners)

    indie, swedish, sweden, chillwave

    Wild arctic nature. Big city pulse. Fearless synthesizers, miles and miles of reverb, and delicate rhythms. Delicious swedish indietronica from Stockholm by way of San Francisco and the cold northern regions of Sweden.Long nights of dancing and long hikes in the mountains.

  • Simian Ghost

    (34,158 listeners)

    swedish, indie, electronic, pop

    Simian Ghost is an alternative pop act from Sandviken/Gävle, Sweden, consisting of Sebastian Arnström, Erik Klinga and Mathias Zachrisson. It was initiated as a recording project by Sebastian Arnström. He released one full-length album, ''Infinite Traffic Everywhere'', which was received with blog praise and excellent reviews.

  • Skream

    (374,880 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, grime, dub

    Skream is the electronic music producer and DJ Ollie Jones from Croydon, South London. One of dubstep's first and most prominent producers, he is often hailed as the 'ambassador' of the genre.

  • SoKo

    (307,818 listeners)

    indie, french, female vocalists, singer-songwriter

    SoKo (b. Stéphanie Sokolinski, in Bordeaux, France), is a half-French / half-Polish singer & actress (called SoKo as far back as she can remember). She has appeared in several French films & got a start as a singer, after she asked a director to sing, on screen.

  • Steve Aoki

    (353,926 listeners)

    electronic, electro, dance, tech house

    Steve Aoki, the DJ/Producer, grew up in Newport Beach, CA, and went to college at UCSB. In his early 20s, he founded his own label, Dim Mak Records, in 1996.

  • Style of Eye

    (89,539 listeners)

    minimal, tech house, minimal techno, house

    In the early 1990s, working from a studio in the northern-most parts of Sweden, Linus Eklow laid the foundations for what is now known as Style Of Eye.

  • The M Machine

    (87,547 listeners)

    electronic, house, electro house, dance

    The M Machine is an electronic music trio hailing from San Francisco, CA. Formed in 2011 by Ben Swardlick, Eric Luttrell, and Andy Coenen, the group has quickly risen to prominence on the strength of their wholly original and forward-thinking sound.

  • The Toxic Avenger

    (218,816 listeners)

    electro, electronic, new rave, french

    Defining his style as " Emotronic / Christian Rap / Thrash" Toxie, from his real name, Simon DeLacroix, developed a noisy, scratchy and heavily saturated sound, but keeping a melodic line that sometimes recalls many Ed Banger and other French house groups.

  • Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs

    (278,827 listeners)

    electronic, indie, house, electro

    Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs is a pseudonym of Orlando Higginbottom (b. 7 Mar 1986 in Oxford, UK) and débuted with "All In One Sixty Dancehalls EP" (2009, Greco-Roman).

  • Trummor & Orgel

    (6,660 listeners)

    swedish, psychedelic, progressive rock, jazz

    In this age of rapid music consumption, everyone wants to label music, as well as the bands performing it.