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  • Adam Ant

    (184,167 listeners)

    new wave, 80s, post-punk, pop

    Adam Ant is the stage name of Stuart Leslie Goddard (born November 3, 1954, London, England), lead singer of 1980s pop group Adam and the Ants and also a solo artist.

  • Beth Jeans Houghton

    (21,906 listeners)

    indie folk, folk, singer-songwriter, female vocalists

    Beth Jeans Houghton (born 1990) is an English singer-songwriter from Newcastle upon Tyne. During her career she has garnered a reputation as an antidote to other acoustic songstresses. With her alternative blend of experimental folk, Houghton has been hailed by the NME in 2008 as "a Joni Mitchell for the anti-folk generation".

  • Bill Wells & Aidan Moffat

    (5,291 listeners)

    spoken word, scottish, jazz, indie

    A collaboration eight years in the making, Bill Wells and Aidan Moffat's paths first crossed in 2003 when Arab Strap invited Bill to contribute some music to their new album, Monday At The Hug & Pint.

  • Billy Bragg

    (289,760 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, political, british

    Billy Bragg (Stephen William Bragg, Barking, Essex, England, 20 December, 1957) is an English singer-songwriter and left-wing activist. His music blends elements of folk music, punk rock and protest songs, and his lyrics mostly deal with political or romantic themes.

  • Charlie Baker

    (95 listeners)

  • Frànçois & The Atlas Mountains

    (39,639 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)

  • Gaz Coombes

    (18,147 listeners)

    rock, indie, singer-songwriter, alternative

    Gareth "Gaz" Coombes (b. 8 March 1976 in Oxford, England) is a singer/songwriter and the former lead singer and guitarist for the alternative rock band Supergrass. His debut solo album, "Here Come The Bombs", was issued on 21 May 2012. He is also currently a member of the band The Hotrats.

  • Gilles Peterson

    (73,988 listeners)

    jazz, acid jazz, chillout, electronic

    Gilles Peterson is an influential DJ and record-label owner from Switzerland, who moved to London (England), as a boy. Through his labels Acid Jazz and Talkin' Loud he has been associated with the careers of countless well-known artists of the 1990s.

  • Inner City

    (133,243 listeners)

    house, dance, techno, detroit techno

    Inner City was formed in Detroit, Michigan in 1988 by producer Kevin Saunderson. He enlisted the talent of Chicago native Paris Grey to perform vocals for the tracks on what would become some of the most memorable club anthems all time, beginning with 1988's smash hit "Big Fun."

  • Jeffrey Lewis & The Junkyard

    (14,666 listeners)

    indie, anti-folk, folk, antifolk

    The latest project from anti-folk troubador jeffrey lewis

  • Josh T. Pearson

    (41,445 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.

  • Josh Widdicombe

    (4 listeners)

  • Josie Long

    (427 listeners)

    comedy, comedian, british, stand-up


  • Kid Creole & The Coconuts

    (61,542 listeners)

    disco, funk, 80s, new wave

    Kid Creole and the Coconuts are an American band created and led by August Darnell. Their music incorporates styles like big band jazz, disco, and in particular Caribbean/Latin American salsa. The Coconuts are a glamorous trio of female backing vocalists whose lineup changes throughout the years.

  • Lianne La Havas

    (127,851 listeners)

    soul, folk, british, female vocalists

    Lianne Charlotte Barnes a.k.a. Lianne La Havas (born August 23, 1989, in London, England) is an English folk, soul, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.

  • Marcus Foster

    (67,051 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, folk, acoustic, british

    Marcus Foster is a British musician categorizing himself as Folk / Blues / Alternative. Some of his musical influences include Bob Dylan, Tom Waits, The Doors, Jeff Buckley, and more. //www.musicmarcusfoster.com/ http://marcusfostermusic.co.uk/

  • Marques Toliver

    (9,046 listeners)

    indie, singer-songwriter, soul, violin

    Marques Toliver was born in Tallahassee Florida on March 28, 1987, but moved to Daytona Beach at a young age. His first impressionable musical influence began as a young boy mimicking the deep southern style of singing he came in contact with.

  • Martin Creed

    (13,313 listeners)

    outsider, rock-ish, slow-coustic, martin creed

    Martin Creed (born 1968) is a British artist and musician. He won the Turner Prize in 2001 for Work "No. 227: the lights going on and off", which was an empty room in which the lights went on and off.

  • Miles Jupp

    (94 listeners)

  • Noah and the Whale

    (893,051 listeners)

    folk, indie, indie folk, british

    Noah and the Whale is an alternative/folk group formed in Twickenham, London, United Kingdom in 2006.

  • Penguin Cafe

    (5,149 listeners)

    contemporary classical, instrumental, jazz, modern jazz

    Arthur Jeffes has brought together a group of musicians to create Music from the Penguin Cafe (now known simply as Penguin Cafe), playing the music of his father, Simon Jeffes and the Penguin Cafe Orchestra and combining it with his own compositions.

  • Scritti Politti

    (149,175 listeners)

    new wave, 80s, post-punk, pop

    Formed in 1977 in Leeds, England, Scritti Politti is primarily a musical vehicle for singer-songwriter Green Gartside (real name Paul Julian Strohmeyer, b. 22 June 1956, Cardiff, Wales). Initially a left-wing-inspired post-punk British rock group, Scritti Politti developed into a more mainstream pop music project in the early to mid-1980s (following two heavy lineup changes).

  • Sean Rowley

    (20 listeners)

  • Seann Walsh

    (0 listeners)

  • Shappi Khorsandi

    (220 listeners)

    latitude 2011, seen live

    Shaparak "Shappi" Khorsandi is an Iranian-born, UK-raised comedienne. She was born in Tehran, but early in her life her family was forced to flee Iran for London after her father (Hadi Khorsandi) criticized the Ayatollah in a satirical poem.

  • Shaun Keaveny

    (39 listeners)

  • Stornoway

    (138,117 listeners)

    indie, british, indie folk, indie pop

    Stornoway is a British alternative indie folk band who formed in 2006 in the Cowley Road area of Oxford, UK. Stornoway consists of singer and guitarist Brian Briggs, multi-instrumentalists Jon Ouin and Oli Steadman, and the latter's brother Rob Steadman on drums. The band is often joined by trumpeter Adam Briggs and violinist Rahul Satija.

  • Suzi Ruffell

    (0 listeners)