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  • 50 Cent

    (2,412,431 listeners)

    rap, hip-hop, gangsta rap, hip hop

    Curtis James Jackson III (born July 6, 1975 in South Jamaica, Queens, New York), better known by his stage name 50 Cent, is a Grammy award nominated rapper, actor, singer, entrepreneur, author and founder of the hip hop group and label G-Unit.

  • Absynthe Minded

    (100,119 listeners)

    belgian, alternative, indie, rock

    The Belgian alternative rock outfit Absynthe Minded is heavily influenced by thirties jazz, soul, Merseyside pop, balkan and gypsy music.

  • Balkan Beat Box

    (181,706 listeners)

    balkan, gypsy, world, electronic

    Balkan Beat Box is a world music group consisting of ex-Gogol Bordello member Ori Kaplan and Tamir Muskat of Firewater and Big Lazy. As a musical project they often cooperate with a host of other musicians, both in the studio as well as on stage. Their current live crew consists of Tomer Yosef, Billy Levy, Ben Hendler, Itamar Ziegler, Dana Leung, Eyal Talmudi, Jeremiah Lockwood, and Peter Hess.

  • BeardyMan

    (26,745 listeners)

    beatbox, hip-hop, electronic, improvisation

    Beardyman - UK Beatbox Champion: Amongst the throng of beatboxers emerging today, there are few like Beardyman.

  • Big Moustache Bandits

    (41 listeners)

    rock, rock n roll, belgium, totally sexy

  • Birdpen

    (17,803 listeners)

    alternative rock, alternative, progressive rock, rock

    BirdPen return with their second full studio album entitled Global Lows. An album lyrically and musically inspired from the thoughts of Dave Pen and Mike Bird.

  • Blake Worrell

    (788 listeners)

    rap, hip hop, hip-hop, american

    "Blake can get to the forefront of Hip-Hop’s new tone due to his powerful presence, material and not to mention his compelling voice which also has the ability to shift swiftly into other characters-expanding into a new horizon from within the underground sound.”

  • Brigitte

    (42,671 listeners)

    french, chanson française, female vocalists, hip hop

    Brigitte is a French indie folk musical duo formed in 2008 by Sylvie Hoarau (the brunette) and Aurélie Saada (the blonde). Their 2011 debut full-length album Et vous, tu m'aimes?, went platinum in France. It is sold through both French and the U.S. iTunes Store.

  • BRNS

    (5,635 listeners)

    indie, alternative, pop-rock, experimental

    From the medieval and postmodern corners of Brussels come BRNS, a mesmerizing experiment in dusk, dance, and the fullness of sound.

  • Caravan Palace

    (197,189 listeners)

    electro-swing, jazz, electronic, french

    Paris, France (2005 – present) It all started with a double bass player, a guitarist and a violinist; all highly talented musicians who are really into swing, Django addicts who enjoy tinkering with electro. Their project swayed a singer, a clarinettist, a trombonist who doubles up on percussion and a guitarist who also acts as DJ.

  • Carbon Airways

    (4,440 listeners)

    new rave, electronic, indie, electroclash

    Eléonore and Enguérand Fernese are siblings. They build one of the most devastating electro sound. Students to the Academy from 7 years (violin and cello), they quickly appreciate to play in duet at home. They gradually have fun to complete their practice of instruments by learning the electric guitar and the bass near the age of 11 years.

  • Cypress Hill

    (1,326,146 listeners)

    hip-hop, rap, rapcore, hip hop

    Cypress Hill is an American hip-hop group from South Gate, California. Cypress Hill was the first latino group to have platinum and multi-platinum albums and one of the first rap groups to gain a following with fans of hard rock and metal. The band was originally called DVX, but the name was changed after Mellow Man Ace left in 1988.

  • Dan San

    (3,525 listeners)

    folk, belgian, eurosonic 2013, belgian artist

    Dan San proposes a unique indie-folk universe, between Grizzly Bear, Syd, Matters or Fleet Foxes. Dreamy moments are alternating with enchanting instants, sometimes ending in triumph.

  • Death in Vegas

    (577,244 listeners)

    electronic, trip-hop, alternative, electronica

    Death in Vegas are a psychedelic rock and electronic band from the United Kingdom, 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.

  • Dionysos

    (92,572 listeners)

    rock, french, rock francais, french rock

    There is more than one artist under this name: 1. Dionysos is a French rock band formed in 1993 in Valence, Drôme. The band consists of five members known as Élisabeth Maistre a.k.a Babet, Guillaume Garidel a.k.

  • Divine

    (46,640 listeners)

    disco, 80s, pop, dance

    There is more than one artist with the name Divine. 1.) is an American Actor and Singer, 2.) Is an Indonesian Metal band. 3) Is czech Nu-Metal band from Prague 4) An american R&B girlgroup who scored a #1 hit with Lately

  • Dub Fx

    (104,360 listeners)

    beatbox, dub, reggae, hip-hop

    Dub FX is the name of two artists: one being a street performing, loop station, beatbox, free-styler, the other being a reggae band.

  • Ed Kowalczyk

    (15,946 listeners)

    alternative, rock, alternative rock, singer-songwriter

    Ed Kowalczyk is an American singer, songwriter and composer hailing from York, Pennsylvania. Formerly the lead singer of the band Live, he has launched a solo career, and released his debut solo album Alive in 2010.

  • Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros

    (900,817 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.

  • Eptic

    (47,244 listeners)

    dubstep, filthstep, electronic, brostep

    Exploding onto the scene in 2011, Eptic has immediately locked horns in production ability with some of the biggest artists in the dubstep game.

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

    (47,088 listeners)

    electronic, electro, electronica, techno

    At the end of 2006, Erol Alkan was at a crossroads. He’d been voted DJ of the year by Mixmag. He’d made landmark, expectation-defying remixes for bands he loved: a crunching “glam racket” reworking of ‘Do You Want To’ for Franz Ferdinand, a wonderfully wistful reinterpretation of Hot Chip’s ‘Boy From School’…

  • Frànçois & The Atlas Mountains

    (38,327 listeners)

    french, indie folk, folk, singer-songwriter

    Frànçois is a lovely Frenchman who currently lives between addresses in England and France,though he is almost as likely to be found in various other places beyond. his recordings include: plaine inondinable (LP)

  • Gaëtan Streel

    (381 listeners)

    folk, belgian, male singer-songwriter, jauneorange

  • Great Mountain Fire

    (9,057 listeners)

    belgian, indie rock, luisterpaal, indie pop

    Great Mountain Fire are an indie rock band formed in Brussels, Belgium in 2006. The band first performed under the name Nestor. In 2009, they changed their name to Great Mountain Fire and started to work on new material. Their first album, entitled "Canopy", was released in 2011.

  • Here We Go Magic

    (215,898 listeners)

    psychedelic, experimental, indie, folk

    Here We Go Magic is an indie rock group which formed in Brooklyn New York, United States in 2008. Originally the solo project of singer/songwriter Luke Temple (vocals, guitar), the band has since expanded to include Kristina Lieberson (keyboards), Michael Bloch (guitar), Jennifer Turner (bass guitar), and Peter Hale (drums).

  • Hippocampe Fou

    (1,405 listeners)

    french, rap, french hip-hop, beatbox

  • Hollie Cook

    (20,567 listeners)

    reggae, soul, female vocalists, dub

    Hollie Cook was born and bred in West London in a household dominated by music. She gravitated to the sounds of Marc Bolan, David Bowie and The Cure. With Sex Pistol Paul Cook as her dad, music was always around.

  • Housse de Racket

    (108,644 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.

  • Hubert-Felix Thiefaine

    (1,740 listeners)

    francais, chanson francaise

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  • I Blame Coco

    (179,134 listeners)

    british, pop, female vocalist, reggae

    I Blame Coco (stylised I Blåme Coco) was the alias of the pop UK musician Eliot Sumner. She was supported by a backing band that included Jonny Mott (keyboards), Alexis Nunez (drums), Jonas Jalhay (guitar) and Rory Andrew (bass). In 2014, Eliot announced that she will release new music with her own name.

  • Joey Starr

    (6,925 listeners)

    rap, french, hip-hop, french rap

    Half of the much popular french rap group called Supreme NTM. Hailing from Saint-Denis, a suburb of Paris, their music became a defining element of the image of this area during the 90's.

  • Joker

    (165,517 listeners)

    dubstep, grime, electronic, wonky

    There is more than one artist with this name. 1) Joker is a 22-year-old programmer/producer from Bristol, UK. Currently producing some of the freshest, most innovative grime instrumentals on the scene but equally embraced by the dubstep world, he mixes influences from Dr. Dre-style G-funk to video game chiptune music to UK bass styles.

  • Jonathan Wilson

    (51,759 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, psychedelic, folk-rock

    Jonathan Wilson (born December 30, 1974, in Forest City, North Carolina) is an American singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist/producer who is now based in Los Angeles.

  • Joshua

    (17,187 listeners)

    hard rock, darkcore, industrial hardcore, hardcore

    There are at least five different bands/artists named Joshua. 1. Joshua is a hard rock band founded by guitarist Joshua Perahia. The band has had several members who are well known for their solo works nowadays, such as Rob Rock and Ken Tamplin. 2. Joshua is a rock/pop group from Aarhus, Denmark. They are similar in sound to Porcupine Tree, Queen, Anathema and Pearl Jam.

  • Juveniles

    (50,060 listeners)

    new wave, synthpop, french, electropop

    Juveniles is a French electro duo attracting attention with their synth-heavy eighties sound. The band, whose name is translated as “youths”, are expressively described as the new ambassadors of retro-futurism, illuminated by a monochromatic mirror ball.

  • Kavinsky

    (612,318 listeners)

    electronic, electro, french, dance

    Kavinsky, also known as Vincent Belorgey, is an electro house artist from Paris, France, and has released EPs on the Record Makers label and another one with Fool's Gold label. He has worked with several prominent electro artists including Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and SebastiAn. OutRun, his first studio album, was released in 2013.

  • Kill Frenzy

    (6,426 listeners)

    all, ghettotech, juke, electronic

  • M83

    (1,545,604 listeners)

    electronic, shoegaze, post-rock, indie

    M83 is the rock and electronic music project of the French artist Anthony Gonzalez. He and former member Nicolas Fromageau founded the group in 2001 in Antibes, France. M83's style owes a lot to the shoegaze genre, in that there is much emphasis on tonality, extensive use of reverb effects and often softly-spoken lyrics at times submerged in instrumentation.

  • Madeon

    (256,685 listeners)

    electronic, dance, disco house, funky house

    "Madeon is a french electronic musician who talks about himself in the third person - what a snob." ~ Hugo Leclercq (Madeon)

  • Marilyn Manson

    (2,021,262 listeners)

    industrial, industrial metal, metal, rock

    Marilyn Manson is a Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States-formed rock band led by the singer also named Marilyn Manson (born Brian Hugh Warner on January 5, 1969). Warner chose the name, a combination of Marilyn Monroe and Charles Manson, to illustrate what he considered to be the extreme dualism of late 20th century American culture.

  • Matterhorn

    (1,541 listeners)

    sludge, under 2000 listeners, instrumental, post-metal

    Two artists share this name: 1.) The wilds of Colorado brought forth the three men of Matterhorn. Daniel Harvey, Jeremy Grobsmith and Aaron Retka have played together for a decade, first in the tech-violence quartet the Great Redneck Hope, whose two full-lengths remain required listening for the genre.

  • Maverick Sabre

    (96,008 listeners)

    soul, hip-hop, alternative, british

    London born, Irish raised singer songwriter Maverick Sabre is breaking the mould. With his soulful voice and skillful guitar playing, he draws audiences in a leaves them in wonder. Silencing crowds with his lamenting social-political content, this young rising star is generating a lot of interest from press and booking agents alike.

  • Mike Skinner

    (2,668 listeners)

    2step, favourite, rap, alternative

    Mike Skinner is the man behind The Streets. He has started releasing what he calls Skinimix on his blog: http://www.skinnermike.com/

  • Milow

    (358,167 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, alternative, belgian, rock

    Milow is the stage name of Belgian singer-songwriter Jonathan Vandenbroeck (born 14 July 1981 in Borgerhout). He is one of the most successful DIY musicians in Europe

  • Morning Parade

    (81,313 listeners)

    indie rock, indie, alternative, electronic

    It was Ian Brown who said, “It’s not where you’re from, it’s where you’re at.” But he said that after he’d already made it. What he didn’t realise is that for most people, they don’t make it out at all, and for those who do, what really leaves the impression is the journey.

  • Morrissey

    (1,070,289 listeners)

    indie, alternative, british, rock

    Steven Patrick Morrissey, better known as Morrissey, is an English singer and lyricist born in Davyhulme, Lancashire, United Kingdom on May 22, 1959.

  • Mr. Oizo

    (544,029 listeners)

    electronic, electro, french, techno

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

  • Noa Moon

    (2,614 listeners)

    french, singer-songwriter, female vocalists, pop

    Noa Moon: http://fr-fr.facebook.com/noamoon http://www.myspace.com/noamoonmusic

  • Patti Smith

    (725,241 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.

  • Pony Pony Run RunUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (91,055 listeners)

    french, electronica, power pop, electro rock

    Pony Pony Run Run is a French power pop band formed in Nantes, France in 2003. Their first album, You Need Pony Pony Run Run, came out on June 15th 2009 in France on their label 3ème Bureau featuring the single Hey you.