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  • Actress

    (148,031 listeners)

    experimental, electronic, idm, techno

    There are at least four artists known as Actress. 1) Actress is the artist alias of London’s Darren Cunningham. If you’re looking for clues to his music, you’re better off starting with "Hazyville", the title of his debut album. The record presents a landscape as blurry as its title, with house and hiphop beats dissolving into a spray of bits and tape hiss.

  • Andrew Bird

    (1,099,176 listeners)

    indie, singer-songwriter, folk, indie pop

    Andrew Bird (born July 11, 1973) is an American musician. He was born in Lake Bluff, Illinois and resides in the Chicago area. Bird is a singer, a violinist and, since 2004, a guitarist. He is also an accomplished whistler.

  • Atlas Sound

    (373,131 listeners)

    shoegaze, experimental, psychedelic, ambient

    Atlas Sound is the name of a musical solo project of Bradford Cox, the lead singer of Deerhunter. Cox was born in Athens, Georgia in 1982.

  • Austra

    (267,519 listeners)

    electronic, female vocalists, experimental, canadian

    Named for the Latvian goddess of light, Austra are an electronic band from Toronto, ON, Canada comprising Katie Stelmanis (principal songwriter), Maya Postepski, and Dorian Wolf. They débuted with the single "The Beat and the Pulse" (November 2010, One Big Silence), and their latest release is "Olympia" (June 2013, Domino) .

  • Autumn Owls

    (3,627 listeners)

    irish, dublin, sxsw 2010, under 2000 listeners

    Autumn Owls formed and began preparing ideas in 2007. The three-piece from Dublin converted a shed into a recording space and began writing and recording.

  • Bear in Heaven

    (261,341 listeners)

    experimental, post-rock, indie rock, ambient

    Bear in Heaven is a Brooklyn-based rock band formed by Jon Philpot. The sound of the band incorporates influences from psychedelic music, electronic music and krautrock

  • Beirut

    (1,232,433 listeners)

    folk, indie, indie folk, singer-songwriter

    Beirut is an American indie-rock and world music band which was originally the solo musical project of Zach Condon (born Zachary Francis Condon in Santa Fe, New Mexico) and later expanded into a band. The band's first performances were in New York, in May 2006, to support the release of their debut album, Gulag Orkestar.

  • Booka Shade

    (484,899 listeners)

    minimal, electronic, electro, house

    Even by Booka Shade's unusually frenetic standards, the past 12 months have been intense. Since the release of their fourth album, ‘More!’, the Berlin-based duo, Arno Kammermeier and Walter Merziger, have been touring almost non-stop. And loving every minute of it.

  • Chairlift

    (489,232 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.

  • Chromatics

    (430,816 listeners)

    electronic, synthpop, post-punk, indie

    Chromatics are an American electronic band from Portland, Oregon, United States, whose lineup features vocalist and guitarist Ruth Radelet, guitarist Adam Miller, drummer Nat Walker, and producer/multi-instrumentalist Johnny Jewel. Chromatics' new studio album, Kill for Love, was released March 26, 2012.

  • Cloud Nothings

    (271,050 listeners)

    lo-fi, indie rock, indie, noise pop

    Cloud Nothings is an indie rock band from Cleveland, Ohio. Dylan Baldi started Cloud Nothings as a way to amuse himself between classes at Case Western Reserve University in 2009. The first batch of Cloud Nothings songs, including the blogosphere favorite "Hey Cool Kid" (available on the 2010 compilation "Turning On"), was recorded on a computer in the basement of Baldi's home in Westlake, OH.

  • Daithi

    (985 listeners)

    violin, electronic, irish, ireland

    Daithí Ó Drónaí (English Droney) is an Irish bassist and violist who has recently featured in the show on sky 1 "Must be the Music". He is best known for playing original music on the electronic synthesised fiddle. He came to national prominence in Ireland after fiddling on the first series of The All Ireland Talent Show in 2009.

  • Death Cab for Cutie

    (2,696,547 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, alternative, rock

    Death Cab for Cutie is an American indie rock band formed in Bellingham, Washington in 1997. The band consists of Ben Gibbard (vocals, guitar, piano), Nicholas Harmer (bass), and Jason McGerr (drums).

  • Death in Vegas

    (592,900 listeners)

    electronic, trip-hop, alternative, electronica

    Death in Vegas are a psychedelic rock and electronic band from the London, UK, currently comprising two permanent members: Richard Fearless and Tim Holmes. Influenced by a wide range of musical genres including psychedelic rock, electro, krautrock, dub and industrial, the band's sound is constantly in flux, moving between live acoustic and electronic sounds.

  • Django Django

    (331,849 listeners)

    psychedelic, indie, british, experimental

    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.

  • Factory Floor

    (67,170 listeners)

    post-punk, electronic, experimental, noise

    Factory Floor is a band from London, UK, recently signed to DFA and playing bleak abstract excursions. They have been described as 'post-industrial', using live drums, synthesizers and noise. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/factoryfloor

  • Field Music

    (175,835 listeners)

    indie, indie pop, british, indie rock

    Field Music are from Sunderland in the north-east of England. They make experimental pop music. The band is led by brothers Peter and David Brewis.

  • Friendly Fires

    (897,388 listeners)

    electronic, indie, new rave, indietronica

    Friendly Fires are an indie band formed in 2006 in St Albans, United Kingdom. They consist of Ed MacFarlane (vocals), Edd Gibson (guitar) and Jack Savidge (drums). The band released their self-titled debut album on 1 September 2008. It contains the singles "Paris", "Jump in the Pool", and "Skeleton Boy".

  • Grimes

    (611,782 listeners)

    electronic, dream pop, experimental, psychedelic

    Grimes is the alias of the electronic musician Claire Boucher (born in 17 March 1988 in Vancouver, Canada and based in Montreal). Her music is an eclectic mix of styles which she described herself as "ADD music", because it shifts frequently and dramatically. She fuses contemporary instrumentation with classical vocal practices.

  • Holy Fuck

    (258,574 listeners)

    experimental, electronic, post-rock, instrumental

    Holy Fuck is an electronic rock band based in Toronto, Canada in 2004. Their current line-up includes original and core members Brian Borcherdt and Graham Walsh along with Matt Schulz on drums and Matt McQuaid on bass.

  • Hypnotic Brass Ensemble

    (69,980 listeners)

    jazz, funk, brass, free jazz

    Hypnotic Brass Ensemble are eight brothers from the south side of Chicago. They come from an extraordinary musical family.

  • James Vincent McMorrow

    (529,554 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, indie, irish

    James Vincent McMorrow is an Irish singer-songwriter from Dublin, Ireland. McMorrow began performing under his own name in 2007, releasing an EP entitled The Sparrow and the Wolf in 2008.

  • Julia Holter

    (140,804 listeners)

    experimental, ambient, electronic, lo-fi

    Julia Shammas Holter (born December 18, 1984) is an American experimental artist, singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist based in Los Angeles. A CalArts graduate, she released her first studio album, Tragedy, in 2011.

  • Kool Thing

    (2,343 listeners)

    art rock, noise, electronica, dream

    kool thing began as the duo of Julie Chance and Jon Dark, originally from Dublin and Sydney respectively, who met in Paris at some side-street dive bar where Chance was DJing. The girls quickly noticed their overlap in musical sensibilities, swapped records, exchanged ideas and booked flights to Berlin, where they got straight to work bringing their new project to life.

  • Le Galaxie

    (4,974 listeners)

    dance, rock, electro, synth

  • Leftfield

    (672,882 listeners)

    electronic, electronica, techno, dance

    Leftfield are an electronic band formed in 1989 in London, United Kingdom. From 1989 to 2002, Leftfield was a duo of artists and record producers that consisted of Neil Barnes and Paul Daley.

  • Liars

    (407,344 listeners)

    experimental, post-punk, indie, noise

    Liars is a three-piece band formed in 2000 consisting of Australian-born Angus Andrew (vocals/guitar), Aaron Hemphill (percussion, guitar, synth), and Julian Gross (drums).

  • Lower Dens

    (177,580 listeners)

    shoegaze, dream pop, post-punk, indie

    Lower Dens are a shoegaze band from Baltimore, Maryland formed in 2010. Formed by Jana Hunter, the band has released three albums: their debut on Gnomonsong records and a follow up albums on Ribbon Music.

  • Mazzy Star

    (686,921 listeners)

    dream pop, female vocalists, indie, shoegaze

    Mazzy Star is an alternative / dream pop band founded in Los Angeles, CA, United States. They formed in 1989 from the group Opal, a collaboration of guitarist David Roback and bassist Kendra Smith. Roback's friend Hope Sandoval became the group's vocalist when Smith left the band.

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

    (75,074 listeners)

    electronic, ambient, electronica, irish

    Jack Colleran (born May 1993), better known as MMOTHS, is an Irish electronic musician. Colleran was born in Newbridge, County Kildare, Ireland.

  • Modeselektor

    (420,637 listeners)

    electronic, idm, electro, techno

    Modeselektor is an electronic music band formed in Berlin, featuring Gernot Bronsert and Sebastian Szary. The group draws heavily from IDM, glitch, electro and hip hop. Modeselektor produces all its material with self-developed software in Max/MSP and MIDI controllers.

  • New Order

    (1,587,214 listeners)

    new wave, electronic, post-punk, 80s

    New Order are an alternative rock/electronic dance band which formed in 1980 in Salford, England, United Kingdom by the three remaining members of Joy Division. The band's classic lineup consists of Bernard Sumner (vocals, guitar, keyboards), Peter Hook (bass, electronic percussion), Gillian Gilbert (keyboards, guitar) and Stephen Morris (drums, keyboards).

  • Peaking Lights

    (111,910 listeners)

    psychedelic, drone, lo-fi, ambient

    Peaking Lights is Aaron and Indra from Rah Dunes and Numbers. Their new duo project finds them relocated to Madison/ Rural Wisconsin from the Bay Area.

  • Purity Ring

    (443,426 listeners)

    electronic, experimental, chillwave, indie pop

    Megan James and Corin Roddick formed Purity Ring in 2010. They both grew up in Edmonton, Alberta. James played piano and Roddick played drums prior to the band's inception, but neither play them as a primary instrument for Purity Ring. During live shows, Roddick uses a custom built, tree-shaped instrument to drive both live sound and lighting.

  • R.S.A.G.

    (1,515 listeners)

    soul, indie, lofi, ireland

    The following is taken from "The Art of Noise" review of the gig at Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, (26 Oct 2007), With Max Tundra.

  • Real Estate

    (472,734 listeners)

    lo-fi, indie, surf rock, surf

    Real Estate is a band from Ridgewood, New Jersey, United States, now based in Brooklyn, N.Y. The band has roots in the Garden State and they’re led by singer/guitarist Martin Courtney and feature guitarist Matthew Mondanile (the latter known to some for his work in Ducktails…

  • REID

    (11,250 listeners)

    electric fuzz, country, folk, indie

    REID is the stage name of Emily Reid, a musician / singer / songwriter from Victoria, BC and based out of Nashville, TN. Her songs have been described as both "unapologetically honest and unashamedly catchy," and are comparable to the likes of Ingrid Michaelson, Sara Bareilles and Taylor Swift. Reid can also say any word backwards in under five seconds.

  • Republic of Loose

    (15,220 listeners)

    irish, funk, alternative, dublin

    Republic of Loose are a Dublin-based band who have broken the seal of the usual run-of-the-mill Irish singer/songwriter act.

  • The Bloody Beetroots

    (583,256 listeners)

    electro, electronic, dance, italian

    The Bloody Beetroots are an electro and dance music duo from Bassano del Grappa, Vicenza, Italy. Formed in late 2006 by Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo, an international indie producer, and DJ Tommy Tea. Often compared with French duo Justice and Italian DJ duo Crookers, the duo wear Grendel masks while performing.

  • The Cast of Cheers

    (63,168 listeners)

    math rock, indie, irish, alternative

    The Cast of Cheers are a four-piece indie/math rock band from Sligo and Dublin, Ireland composed of Conor Adams (vocals, guitar), Neil Adams (guitar, vocals), John Higgins (bass, vocals) and Kevin Curran (drums).

  • The Field

    (238,071 listeners)

    minimal, electronic, minimal techno, techno

    Multiple artists have released music under the name of The Field, the most widely known being Swedish minimal techno producer Axel Willner. Others include a British rock band and a Norwegian pop/jazz band. 1. Stockholm, Sweden

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

    (79,498 listeners)

    house, electronic, disco, dance

    There are two artists known as The Magician. (1) The Magician is Belgian Stephen Fasano, ex-member of the disco act Aeroplane. (2) Nathan Moes, Canadian pop musician.

  • The Rapture

    (811,936 listeners)

    indie, electronic, indie rock, post-punk

    There are two bands sharing the name The Rapture: 1. An American dance-punk group 2. For the Finnish death/doom band, see Rapture.

  • To Kill a King

    (61,198 listeners)

    indie, british, indie rock, indie pop

    Rock band from London, UK. The name of the band was taken from a line in Hamlet. As Ralph Pellymounter pointed out :"I liked the idea of Claudius killing King Hamlet by pouring poison into his ear – and how that relates to music.” More information about them @ http://tokillaking.co.uk/

  • Toby Kaar

    (251 listeners)

    dj's, eurosonic 2012, irish artist

  • We Cut Corners

    (15,468 listeners)

    indie, folk, indie rock, irish

    We Cut Corners write short songs on drums and guitar. The debut album 'Today I Realised I Could Go Home Backwards' is a nominee for the Choice award for best Irish album of 2011.

  • White Collar Boy

    (490 listeners)

    chillout, ambient, indie, indietronica

    White Collar Boy is music from Gavin White and Mark Cummins, who invite friends along to help them. A lot of the material was recorded in the autumn/winter of 2010. But recordings will take place along with raves and the rest of it over the summer.

  • Wilco

    (1,186,103 listeners)

    alt-country, indie, indie rock, rock

    Wilco is a rock band which formed in 1994 in Chicago, Illinois, United States by the remaining members of alternative country group Uncle Tupelo following singer Jay Farrar's departure from that group. Wilco's lineup has changed frequently, with only singer Jeff Tweedy and bassist John Stirratt remaining from the original incarnation.

  • windings

    (1,846 listeners)

    psychedelic, electronic, noise, irish

    The Space I Occupy/ The Hassle” is the new double A-sided 7” Single from windings, on Out On A Limb Records.