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  • Alabama Shakes

    (380,595 listeners)

    blues, soul, southern rock, rock

    Alabama Shakes is an American rock band formed in Athens, Alabama, United States in 2009. The group consists of lead singer Brittany Howard, guitarist Heath Fogg, bassist Zac Cockrell, and drummer Steve Johnson.

  • alt-J

    (752,212 listeners)

    indie, electronic, british, alternative

    Alt-J (sometimes stylised ∆) was formed when Gwil Sainsbury (guitar, bass), Joe Newman (guitar, vocals), Gus Unger-Hamilton (keyboards) and Thom Green (drums) met at Leeds, UK University in 2007. The band currently resides in Cambridge.

  • Amadou & Mariam

    (272,965 listeners)

    african, world, mali, africa

    Amadou and Mariam are a musical duo from Mali, composed of the couple Mariam Doumbia (vocals) (born in Mali's capital Bamako 15 April 1958) and Amadou Bagayoko (guitar and vocals) (born in Bamako 24 October 1954). The pair, known as "the blind couple from Mali" met at Mali's Institute for the Young Blind, and found they shared an interest in music.

  • Apparat

    (502,569 listeners)

    idm, electronic, ambient, experimental

    Apparat is a German electronic musician (Sascha Ring) living in Berlin, Germany who since 1999 has been running the Berlin based record label "Shitkatapult" together with T.Raumschmiere. Starting out with dance floor-oriented techno, he later started to create ambient music and recently became "more interested in designing sounds than beats".

  • Au

    (68,964 listeners)

    experimental, avant-garde, freak folk, ambient

    There are 3 bands by the name of Au: 1) AU (pronounced "Ay-you") is the work of multi-instrumentalist Luke Wyland.

  • Bat for Lashes

    (1,090,470 listeners)

    female vocalists, indie, alternative, singer-songwriter

    Bat for Lashes is a pseudonym of Brighton, UK, based singer-songwriter / multi-instrumentalist / visual artist Natasha Khan (b. 25 Oct 1979, in Hertfordshire, England).

  • Battles

    (483,706 listeners)

    math rock, experimental, post-rock, instrumental

    Battles is an American experimental rock band that formed in New York City in 2002. The group is composed of drummer John Stanier (of Tomahawk and formerly of Helmet), guitarist/keyboardist Ian Williams (formerly of Don Caballero and Storm & Stress), guitarist Dave Konopka (formerly of Lynx)…

  • Baxter Dury

    (64,012 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, indie rock, indie, alternative

    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.

  • Ben Howard

    (608,353 listeners)

    folk, acoustic, singer-songwriter, british

    Ben Howard (born 24 April 1987) is an English singer-songwriter, born in London. He moved to Totnes, Devon, in his teens.

  • Benjamin Bloom

    (55 listeners)

    https://www.facebook.com/benjaminbloommusic http://www.youtube.com/benjaminbloom http://www.twitter.com/benjaminbloom http://www.myspace.com/benjaminbloom Mr Benjamin Bloom - Piano/Vox Mr Joel Kurta - Drums/Vox Mr Stuart Sale - Guitar The gospel according to Benjamin Bloom should be preached in every household on Earth.' Graeme Mac, BBC Suffolk Introducing

  • Bon Iver

    (1,703,225 listeners)

    folk, indie, singer-songwriter, acoustic

    Bon Iver is a Grammy Award winning indie folk band from Eau Claire, Wisconsin, United States, and one of Justin Vernon's current and most notable music projects to date. The band also consists of Mike Noyce, Sean Carey and Matt MacCaughan.

  • Breton

    (85,849 listeners)

    electronic, indie, dubstep, electro

    Breton = musicians/filmmakers/remixers/ Breton began life in a warehouse somewhere in South East London.

  • Brian Cox

    (1,951 listeners)

    1- Brian Denis Cox, CBE (born 1 June 1946) is a Scottish actor. He is known for his work with the Royal Shakespeare Company, where he gained recognition for his portrayal of King Lear.

  • Buena Vista Social Club

    (592,978 listeners)

    latin, cuban, jazz, world

    The Buena Vista Social Club was the name of a members-only music club in Havana, Cuba that was at its height during the 1940s. In the late 1990s Wim Wenders made a movie upon the initiative of Ry Cooder called "The Buena Vista Social Club." Wenders film centered on Ry Cooder's efforts to find and reunite some of the musicians who had performed at the long closed club.

  • Bwani Junction

    (5,030 listeners)

    indie, scottish, highlife, nme new bands

    Produced by Paul Savage (Franz Ferdinand, Brakes, Mogwai, Teenage Fanclub), the Edinburgh-born band are already recipients of the 'Best Breakthrough Act' at the Scottish Alternative Music Awards and are nominated for 'Scottish Album of the Year'.

  • Cate le Bon

    (60,086 listeners)

    female vocalists, folk, singer-songwriter, folktronica

    Cate Le Bon is a singer-songwriter from Penboyr, Wales, who sings in English and Welsh. She has amassed an impressive musical CV, having already supported Gruff Rhys on his UK tour, played several festivals (including Latitude 2007, Glastonbury 2010 and The Green Man 2007 / 2008 / 2009 / 2012) and is now a guest vocalist on Neon Neon’s hit single, I Lust U.

  • Catherine A.D.

    (5,411 listeners)

    alternative, atmospheric, piano rock, female vocalists

    Catherine A.D. is the musical moniker of Welsh multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Catherine Anne Davies. Her output to date consists of the three DIY EPs she’s been drip-dropping out into the world whilst finishing university, with a full length album due in 2013.

  • Chairlift

    (483,256 listeners)

    electronic, indie, indie pop, female vocalists

    Chairlift is an electro-pop band which formed in 2005 in Boulder, Colorado, United States. The band consists of Caroline Polachek (vocals, keyboards) and Patrick Wimberly (bass, drums). The third founding member, Aaron Pfenning (guitar, synths, vocals), left the band in 2010.

  • Chilly Gonzales

    (100,449 listeners)

    electronic, piano, rap, alternative soul

    A Canadian multi-talented musician / producer (born Jason Charles Beck, aka Chilly Gonzales), known for his MC & electro albums (i.e. ”The Entertainist” & ”Presidential Suite”.), plus his comical live shows. He is able to play the piano, guitar, bass, drums & various brass instruments.

  • Clock Opera

    (76,233 listeners)

    indie, electronic, ambient, indie rock

    Clock Opera are a British indie rock band based in London, UK. Formed in 2009 by singer, guitarist and sampler Guy Connelly, the quartet also comprises Andy West on bass and guitar, Che Albrighton on drums, and Dan Armstrong on keyboards and vocals. Their singles include "Belongings" and "Once and for All," and their debut album "Ways to Forget" was released on 23 April 2012.

  • Cold Specks

    (63,213 listeners)

    soul, canadian, female vocalists, acoustic

    Cold Specks is 23-year-old Al Spx from Etobicoke, Canada, who now lives in London. Cold Specks' music is steeped in the musical traditions of the Deep South.

  • Daniel Avery

    (51,105 listeners)

    electronic, techno, deep house, house

    With weekends spent inside strobelights around the world, the rest of his time is spent locked in a studio full of analogue equipment, exploring the darker corners of a record collection where Chris Carter, Martin Hannett and Kevin Shields are as important as Carl Craig or The Chemical Brothers to the formation of a unique electronic sound.

  • Daryl Hall

    (100,500 listeners)

    pop, 80s, soft rock, adult contemporary

    His mother played songs by Frank Sinatra to him as a child, and he later became a fan of Motown and other R&B/soul music. He took piano lessons as a child, but he did not like them. He would skip the lessons and ride his bicycle across the bridge from his grandfather's farm over to the heart of the black "Chicken Hill" ghetto, where he could just listen and absorb the music.

  • Daughter

    (509,637 listeners)

    indie, indie folk, acoustic, female vocalists

    Daughter is Elena Tonra, a singer/songwriter from North London, UK. After releasing a 4 track Demo EP, Elena joined forces with Igor Haefeli to produce 'His Young Heart' in April 2011. On November 2011, with the addition of Remi Aguilella on drums, 'The Wild Youth - EP' was released via Communion Records.

  • Dawes

    (190,092 listeners)

    folk, indie, indie rock, folk rock

    Dawes is an American rock band from Malibu, California. Two members, Taylor Goldsmith and Wylie Gelber, were originally from the band Simon Dawes. They branched off in 2009, now playing with Griffin Goldsmith and Tay Strathairn, to compile Americana/Soul music in the band Dawes.

  • Deap Vally

    (62,437 listeners)

    blues rock, rock, garage rock, alternative

    Deap Vally are a rock duo formed in Los Angeles, California, USA in 2011. The group consists of Lindsey Troy (guitar, vocals) and Julie Edwards (drums). In the heart of Silver Lake, California, Edwards met Troy at a needlework class. They bonded over their love of music, specifically the blues and hence, Deap Vally was formed.

  • Demdike Stare

    (27,881 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.

  • Destroyer

    (394,535 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, canadian, singer-songwriter

    There are multiple artists with this name: 1) Destroyer is a Canadian indie rock band from Vancouver formed in 1995 and fronted by singer-songwriter Dan Bejar.

  • dEUS

    (307,927 listeners)

    alternative, rock, indie, belgian

    dEUS is an alternative/experimental rock band based and formed in Antwerp, Belgium. dEUS’s lineup has changed frequently, with only singer and guitarist Tom Barman and multi-instrumentalist Klaas Janszoons remaining from the original setting. The other current members are guitarist and vocalist Mauro Pawlowski, bassist Alan Gevaert and drummer Stephane Misseghers.

  • Dexys

    (11,487 listeners)

    soul, pop, neo-jazz, luisterpaal

    In April 2003, the band previously known as Dexys Midnight Runners, re-emerged in a new six-piece incarnation with their name shortened to Dexys.

  • Dingus Khan

    (2,074 listeners)

    indie, alternative, noise rock, all

    Eight piece rockers featuring no less than three drummers. Their debut album 'Support Mistley Swans' came out through Fierce Panda on 22nd October 2012.

  • Django Django

    (318,781 listeners)

    psychedelic, indie, experimental, british

    Django Django consists of vocalist and guitarist Vinny Neff, drummer Dave Maclean (a brother of Beta Band's keyboard player John Maclean), Jimmy Dixon on bass and Tommy Grace on keyboards. They met at Edinburgh College of Art but formed in Dalston, London in 2008.

  • Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros

    (964,956 listeners)

    folk, indie, indie folk, indie pop

    Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros is an American indie-folk ensemble band led by Alex Ebert, vocalist of the power-pop group Ima Robot. The band's first full-length recording, Up from Below, was released July 7, 2009 digitally and July 14, 2009 physically on Vagrant Records. Its first show as a full band was played July 18, 2007 at the Troubadour in West Hollywood, California.

  • Elbow

    (929,417 listeners)

    indie, alternative, indie rock, britpop

    Elbow is an alternative rock band that got started in Bury, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom in 1990.

  • Esperanza Spalding

    (159,213 listeners)

    jazz, female vocalists, bass, contemporary jazz

    Born in 1984, bassist, singer and composer Esperanza Spalding began playing in small jazz and blues venues around her hometown of Portland, Oregon.

  • Fatoumata Diawara

    (24,121 listeners)

    mali, female vocalists, african, world

    Fatoumata Diawara (born 1982) is a Malian musician currently living in France. Born in the Ivory Coast to Malian parents, Diawara moved to France to pursue acting, appearing in Cheikh Oumar Cissoko's 1999 feature film La Genèse…

  • GIVERS

    (213,588 listeners)

    indie pop, indie, louisiana, lafayette

    Givers are an indie pop group from Lafayette, Louisiana. The band is made up of vocalist and percussionist Tiffany Lamson, vocalist and guitarist Taylor Guarisco, drummer and vocalist Kirby Campbell, bassist and guitarist Josh LeBlanc, and flautist, saxophonist, and keyboardist Nick Stephan.

  • Glen Hansard

    (419,855 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, irish, acoustic, folk

    Vocalist and guitarist for Irish rock group The Frames. Hansard quit school at age 13 to begin busking on local Dublin streets.

  • Gonzales

    (265,393 listeners)

    piano, electronic, canadian, lounge

    1) A Canadian multi-talented musician / producer 2) An Italian punk 'n' roll band. 1) A Canadian multi-talented musician / producer (born Jason Charles Beck, aka Chilly Gonzales), known for his MC & electro albums (i.e. "The Entertainist" & "Presidential Suite".), plus his comical live shows. He is able to play the piano, guitar, bass, drums & various brass instruments.

  • Gross Magic

    (15,228 listeners)

    garage rock, lo-fi, indie rock, birp

    Brighton, UK's Sam McGarrigle was just 19 years old when he began recording lo-fi fuzz pop songs as Gross Magic in late 2010. From the strength of early online demos, much attention was flung at Gross Magic, critically praised by some as the brightest possible continuation of the lo-fi revivalism and '90s indie nostalgia championed by bands like Wavves and Yuck just years earlier.

  • Herman Düne

    (145,402 listeners)

    folk, indie, lo-fi, antifolk

    Herman Düne is an Indie/Antifolk band with roots in Sweden, France, Switzerland and Israel, formed in 1999. The current band line-up consists of David-Ivar Herman Düne (guitars and vocals) and Neman Herman Düne (drums and sometimes backing vocals). Néman, who is not from France but Switzerland, replaced former drummer Omé in early 2001.

  • Hooray For Earth

    (135,264 listeners)

    indie rock, post-punk, indie, chillwave

    These are anxious times. From unemployment and embattled governments to mysterious mass deaths of birds and fish, it's easy to wonder if 2012's apocalypse won't come a year early. It's heady fare for an indie rock record, but somehow the dense soundscapes from New York City's Hooray for Earth's True Loves find a way to float on thin air.

  • Howler

    (91,660 listeners)

    indie rock, garage rock, indie, alternative

    There at at least 3 artists named Howler: 1. Howler is a garage rock band from Minneapolis, Minnesota. The band's permanent lineup consists of Jordan Gatesmith (vocals, guitar), Max Petrek (bass), Ian Nygaard (guitar), and Rory MacMurdo (drums). The Free Drunk Songfacts reports that on the strength of an EP and their live show, the quartet were signed by Rough Trade Records.

  • I Break Horses

    (126,519 listeners)

    shoegaze, swedish, indie, electronic

    The male/female duo, I Break Horses, are the nom de plume of Maria Lindén and her musical partner Fredrik Balck. The pair named themselves after a Smog song.

  • Iceage

    (127,069 listeners)

    punk, post-punk, post-hardcore, hardcore punk

    Iceage is a rock band formed in Copenhagen, Denmark in 2008. The lineup consists of Elias Bender Rønnenfelt, Jakob Tvilling Pless, Johan Surrballe Wieth and Dan Kjær Nielsen. They have released three LPs: New Brigade (2011), You're Nothing (2013), and Plowing into the Field of Love (2014).

  • Jack Dee

    (1,281 listeners)

    comedy, stand-up, funny, under 2000 listeners

    Jack Dee (born September 24, 1962) is a British stand-up comedian known for his sardonic, deadpan style.

  • Janelle Monáe

    (464,014 listeners)

    soul, rnb, female vocalists, alternative

    Janelle Monáe is a U.S. singer, songwriter, dancer, producer, and performer. Monáe was born Janelle Monáe Robinson on 1st December 1985 in Kansas City, Kansas. She moved to New York to study theatre at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. Her original plan was to pursue a career on Broadway, but she soon changed her mind and returned to music.

  • John Cooper Clarke

    (55,191 listeners)

    poetry, punk, spoken word, post-punk

    John Cooper Clarke (born January 25, 1949) is a performance poet from Salford, Lancashire, England, affectionately known as the Bard of Salford.

  • Josh T. Pearson

    (43,036 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, bella union, alt-folk

    Josh T. Pearson is a American musician from Texas. In 1996 he formed the short-lived but now critically-acclaimed band Lift to Experience, who released one double album, The Texas-Jerusalem Crossroads, in 2001 before splitting up soon after.

  • Kindness

    (164,385 listeners)

    disco, electronic, british, indie

    Kindness is the stage name of British musician Adam Bainbridge. He first drew attention from the media with his cover of The Replacements' "Swingin' Party". His first LP, World, You Need a Change of Mind, was released in 2012. disambiguation: