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  • alan tun lan

    (0 listeners)

  • Archipel

    (575 listeners)

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

    (11,388 listeners)

    japanese, j-pop, rock, female vocalists

    There are eight groups with this name. 1* BaBe - with both "B"s capitalized - is Tomoko Kondo (近藤 智子) and Yukari Nikaido (二階堂 ゆかり), a Japanese pop duo who notably sang the end theme for the anime "Project A-Ko 3". (* See also: BaBe) 2* Babe (Grandmothers) is a rock band from Belgrade, Serbia.

  • Cate le Bon

    (54,601 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.

  • delifinger

    (90 listeners)

    seen live

  • Django Django

    (285,634 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.

  • Eagleowl

    (5,121 listeners)

    scottish, slowcore, post-rock, indie

    lo-fi post folk ensemble from Edinburgh, Scotland. We try and make the best music we can. Download tracks from bandcamp: http://eagleowl.bandcamp.com

  • Euros Child

    (289 listeners)

    folk, cute, check out, seen live

  • 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)

  • George Thomas

    (201 listeners)

    A Super blend of rock and soul, characterize the sound from this Boston based band Ya. Born and raised in Massachusetts, former teacher, and singer songwriter, George Thomas fills his songs with passion and vivid detail. Thomas’s music is personal, political, and universally appealing.

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

    (75,027 listeners)

    indie, welsh, singer-songwriter, indie pop

    Gruff Rhys is the lead singer of the Welsh band Super Furry Animals. His first solo album, Yr Atal Genhedlaeth preceded his band's LP, Love Kraft, in winter '05. He then released his second solo effort, Candylion, which includes songs in English, Welsh and Spanish and collaborations with Lisa Jen of 9Bach and Sean O'Hagan of The High Llamas.

  • Gulp

    (6,959 listeners)

    dream pop, folk, indie, uk

    GULP is Guto Pryce (Super Furry Animals) and Lindsey Leven, with Gid Goundrey providing guitar and Gwion Llewelyn (Race Horses) on drums. Fuzzed-up bass, dream-folk vocals, acoustic and electronic drums and synths...

  • H.Hawkline

    (16 listeners)

  • Hardsparrow

    (156 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, fence collective

    Exhaling from deep in the Lower Underdogs, Paul Hardsparrow makes mechano-jelly music about desperation and animation, mushing finger-poncked classical guitar and bongo with Casio keybooms and elemental poff-blocks. He is party to the Fence Collective and is currently working on his second album, "Blue Series Mutations", fourth album, "Meerschaum Tram", and fifth album, "Sea Tractor".

  • Jo Schornikow

    (776 listeners)

    indie pop, indie folk, contemporary folk

    Member of The Shivers

  • Jon Hopkins

    (343,611 listeners)

    ambient, electronic, downtempo, chillout

    Jon Hopkins is a London-based electronic composer, producer and remixer. He makes powerfully emotive, instrumental music that consistently crosses genres, ranging from solo acoustic piano to explosive, bass-heavy electro.

  • Kan

    (6,801 listeners)

    j-pop, japanese, singer-songwriter, pop

    There are at least two artists with this name: 1) KAN is a Japanese singer-songwriter. 2) KAN is a contemporary folk band from the UK.

  • Kathryn Sawers

    (18 listeners)

  • Kid Canaveral

    (8,406 listeners)

    indie, scottish, birp, alternative

    Kid Canaveral are a two-boy/two-girl group from Edinburgh. They write indiepop tunes you can move around & flail your limbs to. In true indie spirit, they have self-released four 7" singles and their debut album, on their own label, Straight To Video Records.

  • King Creosote

    (86,567 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, scottish, indie

    King Creosote is the stagename of Scottish singer-songwriter Kenny Anderson (from Fife, Scotland). Anderson began recording albums under the name King Creosote in 1995.

  • Lord Rochester

    (117 listeners)

  • Meursault

    (31,926 listeners)

    folk, experimental, folk punk, punk

    There are four artists using the name "Meursault": [1] Meursault are a folk band from Edinburgh, Scotland, led by songwriter Neil Pennycook.

  • Nathan Fake

    (226,715 listeners)

    minimal, electronic, techno, electronica

    Nathan Fake is an electronic musician from Norfolk, UK. Nathan exploded onto the scene with ‘Outhouse’ on James Holden’s Border Community label, which has now earned classic status, still receiving regular club and radio plays. His rocktronica follow up “The Sky was Pink” (graced with a remix by Nathan’s main fan 1#, James Holden).

  • Niteworks

    (155 listeners)

    electronic, celtic, scottish, fusion

    Niteworks (also known by the Scottish Gaelic Obair Oidhche) is an electronic Celtic fusion band from the Isle of Skye, Scotland. The band members are Innes Strachan, Allan MacDonald, Christopher Nicolson and Ruairidh Graham.

  • OLO Worms

    (525 listeners)

    i want to have this in my radio more often, exploresoundof, zone experimental, zone electronica

    A beguiling bunch hailing from Bristol – OLO Worms are the self-styled ‘Elastic Waste Band’ – happy to bend and shape, twist and turn in any way they can.

  • Over the Wall

    (5,338 listeners)

    scottish, alternative, indie pop, all

    Over The Wall make euphoric pop music that at times can sound a bit folky or a bit dancey. But the main point is the euphoria.

  • Quickbeam

    (977 listeners)

    cinematic, atmospheric, scottish, glasgow

    Quickbeam are an atmospheric/cinematic band based in Glasgow, Scotland. Originally formed in 2010 by Monika Gromek and Andrew Thomson, the band has since grown in numbers to a four piece.

  • Radials

    (72 listeners)

    post-punk, seen live

    A captivating and slightly Wiccan DIY band well worth your attention… intimate, borderline Wicker Man soundtrack tunes. Synaesthete is a new solo project from Sarah Tanat-Jones from Come On Gang! and Radials.

  • Randolph's Leap

    (4,223 listeners)

    folk, indie rock, spotify, under 2000 listeners

    the bastard son of hefner and aberfeldy, fronted by a teenage kevin devine

  • Reuben Wu

    (17 listeners)

    synthpop, rock, pop, electronic

    Reuben Wu (born 1975, Liverpool, England) is a British musician of Chinese parentage and is a member of the electro-pop-rock band Ladytron. His role in the band is producer, songwriter, remixer and DJ. He is also a classically-trained violinist.

  • Rob St. John

    (2,049 listeners)

    folk, all

    Lancashire / Edinburgh singer.

  • Rozi Plain

    (7,585 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, folk, singer songwriter, female vocalists

    Rozi is a singer-songwriter Rosalind Leyden based in Bristol, United Kingdom, born in Winchester. Her voice fills her listeners with warmth and admiration and she has a wonderful open-ness on stage. She belongs to the Cleaner Records collective - a loose assortment of singer-songwriters from the Bristol area, including Rozi Plain, Rachael Dadd, Romanhead, and Greg Ashby.

  • Scott Rudd

    (358 listeners)

  • Seamus Fogarty

    (313 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, experimental, irish

  • Slow Club

    (272,375 listeners)

    folk, indie pop, british, indie

    Slow Club are a 2-piece band from Sheffield, England comprising Charles Watson (vocals and guitar) and Rebecca Taylor (vocals, guitar, and percussion).

  • Sparrow and the Workshop

    (20,789 listeners)

    folk, indie, alternative, scottish

    Sparrow and the Workshop are a three-piece based in Glasgow consisting of Belfast-born, Chicago-raised Jill O’Sullivan (vocals, acoustic guitar), Welshman Nick Packer (guitar, bass, basstard) and Scotsman Gregor Donaldson (drums, vocals). They formed in early 2008 and released a single and EP on Distiller in 2009, followed by their first album 'Crystals Fall' in early 2010.

  • Sweet Baboo

    (15,094 listeners)

    folk, indie pop, acoustic, alternative

    Sweet Baboo a.k.a Stephen Black formulated in the hills of North Wales some 10 or 11 years ago, initially as a way to impress girls and to waste Sundays.

  • The Massacre Cave

    (16 listeners)

  • The Pictish Trail

    (4,790 listeners)

    fence collective, fence records, electrofolk rumblings, scottish

    The work of Johnny Lynch, aka ‘The Pictish Trail’ is more stirringly subversive stuff from the Fence Collective. Lynch writes warm, welcoming tales with tiny keyboard patterns, acoustic neo-folk rumblings and all manner of undeniable oddball noises.'

  • The Twilight Sad

    (188,812 listeners)

    shoegaze, scottish, indie rock, post-rock

    The Twilight Sad are an indie rock band from Kilsyth, Scotland formed in late 2003. The band is composed of James Alexander Graham (vocals), Andy MacFarlane (guitar/keyboards) and Mark Devine (drums). They have released three full-length albums: Fourteen Autumns & Fifteen Winters (2007), Forget The Night Ahead (2009) and No One Can Ever Know (2012).

  • Three Blind Wolves

    (16,373 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, scottish, birp

    Having played together for over a year in various venues throughout the UK, Three Blind Wolves were officially formed in 2009 by Glaswegian songwriter Ross Clark with three friends he had met through the small gigs circuit in his native city. In March 2011 first release 'Sound of the Storm' came out on Communion Records.

  • Y Niwl

    (5,399 listeners)

    welsh, wales, surf rock, indie

    Y Niwl ("The Fog") are an alternative-rock "surf" band from Gwynedd, Wales, United Kingdom.