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  • Alexander

    (137,579 listeners)

    indie, folk, pop, singer-songwriter

    There are several artists named "Alexander": In addition it could be a damaged title listing error for The Alexander. 1. Alexander is the first name of Alexander Ebert, lead singer of Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros and Ima Robot. He uses the name for his solo work and recently released his self-titled debut on March 1st, 2011 in North America. The first single from the album was "Truth".

  • Animal Kingdom

    (68,400 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, britpop, british

    Animal Kingdom Richard Sauberlich – Vocals/Guitar/Piano Hamish Crombie – Bass Geoff Lea – Drums “..And if the looking it gets too much, well you can just tune out And if the mirror reflects too much, well you can just tune out And if the picture it gets too sharp, well you can just tune out

  • Bastille

    (626,366 listeners)

    indie, electronic, alternative, british

    Bastille is a rock group from South London, England that formed in 2010. Bastille started out as a solo project by singer-songwriter Dan Smith, who later decided to form a band.

  • Baxter Dury

    (54,701 listeners)

    indie rock, singer-songwriter, alternative, indie

    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.

  • Beans On Toast

    (40,573 listeners)

    acoustic, singer-songwriter, folk, lo-fi

    Beans on Toast is since 2005 one man (called Jay MacCallister)with a guitar, comming from Essex, UK, writing songs that he claims 'have the same chords' and 'sound like Billy Bragg'.

  • BIGkids

    (5,295 listeners)

    mr hudson, indie, british, superhero

    BIGkids is the collaboration of Ben Hudson (aka Mr Hudson) & Rosie Oddie.

  • Casiokids

    (92,051 listeners)

    electronic, norwegian, indie, indietronica

    Casiokids is a Norwegian electro-pop ensemble from Bergen, Norway, formed in 2005. The band consists of Ketil Kinden Endresen, Fredrik Øgreid Vogsborg, Omar Johnsen and Kjetil Bjøreid Aabø. They are signed with Moshi Moshi Records.

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

    (121,112 listeners)

    acoustic, female vocalists, folk, singer-songwriter

    Charlene picked up her first guitar at the age of five. She played her first Open Mic night at the age of eight, and was a regular on the Open Mic circuit by the age of ten.

  • Citizens!

    (100,893 listeners)

    indie, british, indietronica, electronic

    Citizens! is a new band freshly signed to Kitsuné. Five London boys who pen songs with a panoramic view, and produced by Alex Kapranos of Franz Ferdinand. Composed by Martyn, Thom, Mike, Lawrence and Tom, Citizens! is a call to arms, a statement, a mark in the sand. Their bold statement is that they reclaim pop cause “Pop is not a dirty word. It’s a holy one.” (Mike)

  • Clean Bandit

    (267,597 listeners)

    electronic, indie, experimental, electronica

    Clean Bandit are a British electronic group formed in 2009 . The band consists of Jack Patterson (bass guitar, keyboard), Luke Patterson (drums), Grace Chatto (cello) & Milan Neil Amin-Smith (violin). Their sound can be described as a "fusion" between classical and electronial music. They produce their own music whilst inviting guest singers on their tracks.

  • Daughter

    (426,398 listeners)

    indie, acoustic, indie folk, 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.

  • Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros

    (901,128 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.

  • Foxes

    (163,781 listeners)

    pop, indie, female vocalists, indie pop

    "Foxes" is the name used by two artists: 1. An electronica artist from London, UK 2. A five-piece melodic hardcore/screamo band from Perth, Western Australia

  • Fujiya & Miyagi

    (251,042 listeners)

    electronic, indie, electronica, indietronica

    Fujiya & Miyagi is a Brighton, UK band (formed 2000), with members: Steve Lewis (aka Fujiya: beats, programming, synth's & backing vocals), David Best (aka Miyagi: vocals, guitar & Korg), Matt Hainsby (aka Ampersand: bass, backing vocals & Korg) & Lee Adams (drums).

  • Grass House

    (5,044 listeners)

    indie, alternative, pop, green man 2013

    London via North Yorkshire’s Grass House are anything but your run of the mill average quartet trying to make it in the big smoke. Formed just under two years ago band members Liam (vocals), Ross (drummer), Steve (guitarist) and Nick (bassist) affix dusty industrial blues to avant-garde lyricism that casts a coy glance to the freewheeling beats of Beefheart and the melodies of Cohen.

  • Holly Golightly

    (128,945 listeners)

    female vocalists, garage rock, singer-songwriter, indie

    Holly Golightly started her musical career as a founding member of all girl garage band Thee Headcoatees, a Billy Childish / Thee Headcoats splinter group in 1991. She spent a good few years as a Headcoatee before making her debut solo record, The Good Things, in 1995.

  • Hyde & Beast

    (5,049 listeners)

    indie, alternative, indie rock, british

    Hyde & Beast release their debut album ‘Slow Down’ on 15 August, through Tail Feather Records. They are two drummers from the North East, Dave Hyde (Hyde) from Futureheads and Neil Bassett (Beast) from Golden Virgins.

  • Jake Bugg

    (334,401 listeners)

    folk, british, singer-songwriter, indie

    Jake Bugg (born Jacob Edwin Kennedy 1994 in Nottingham) is an English singer songwriter. His work is influenced by Donovan, Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan, Oasis, Don McLean, Johnny Cash, and The Beatles. At the age of 17 he got a contract with Mercury Records after his performance at the Glastonbury Festival.

  • Jenny O.

    (29,231 listeners)

    indie, acoustic, singer-songwriter, female vocalists

    Jenny O. is a musician based in Los Angeles, CA. The debut full-length album Automechanic, (2013) was produced by Jonathan Wilson. Jenny is currently touring. In 2011, Jenny self-produced the Home EP and released it on Manimal Vinyl Records. She appears on Rave On Buddy Holly, a tribute released in June 2011 on Fantasy/Concord and numerous records as a contributing musician and vocalist.

  • Jodie Marie

    (3,425 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, alternative rock, uk, female vocalists

    Jodie Marie (born 12 June 1991 as Jodie Marie Warlow) is a Welsh-based singer-songwriter discovered in 2007, in Narberth, Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK , and signed to the Decca label in 2010. She has released one album, Mountain Echo (2012).

  • Karima Francis

    (16,354 listeners)

    folk, female vocalists, singer-songwriter, british

    Karima Francis (born 1987) is a singer-songwriter from Blackpool, UK. More recently she has been based in Manchester. In 2009 she was named by The Observer as the number 1 act to watch. She released her debut album "The Author" on 23 March, 2009. Her single 'Again' was single of the week on iTunes in March 2009.

  • Kassidy

    (15,413 listeners)

    folk, indie, indie rock, scottish

    Kassidy are a Scottish alternative folk rock band. The band consists of Barrie-James O'Neill (vocals, guitar), Hamish Fingland (vocals, guitar), Lewis Andrew (vocals, guitar, accordion, keyboard) and Chris Potter (vocals, guitar). The band was formed in late 2009 in Glasgow, Scotland.

  • Kate Jackson

    (458 listeners)

    alternative rock, female vocalists, under 2000 listeners, indie

    Kate Jackson is a British singer formerly the lead-singer with The Long Blondes. She has been described in the NME as having the "arrogant strut of Chrissie Hynde and the acidic tongue of a Dickens heroine."

  • King Charles

    (128,987 listeners)

    indie, british, folk, singer-songwriter

    King Charles is a singer-songwriter whose sound has been described as everything from psychedelic rock to folk-pop. Born and raised in London, Charles fell in love with country music, took up the guitar, and was writing his own music by the age of 17.

  • KT Tunstall

    (1,226,139 listeners)

    female vocalists, singer-songwriter, pop, indie

    Kate Victoria Tunstall, better known as KT Tunstall (born 23 June 1975 in St Andrews, Scotland), is a Scottish singer-songwriter and guitarist.

  • Laurel Collective

    (12,685 listeners)

    indie, seen live

  • Leddra Chapman

    (10,139 listeners)

    female vocalists, singer-songwriter, folk, indie

    While most kids are concerning themselves with Twilight or the latest games console at the age of 12, Leddra Chapman picked up an acoustic guitar for the first time, sat down and began to write her first song.

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

    (6,795 listeners)

    electronic, rock, indie, pop

    Losers are: Eddy Temple-Morris Tom Bellamy Mark Heron Paul Mullen New album in early 2012.

  • Marques Toliver

    (8,861 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.

  • Niki & the Dove

    (138,511 listeners)

    electronic, swedish, indie, female vocalists

    Niki & The Dove is a project from Sweden featuring lead vocalist and songwriter Malin Dahlström. Prior to being the front woman, Malin was programming for midaircondo, singing lead in now-defunct rock band The Dora Steins, contributing wispy vocals to various electronic productions and doing solo shows and performance art all around Sweden under the name Disdishdance.

  • Palma Violets

    (97,154 listeners)

    indie rock, indie, british, garage rock

    Palma Violets are an English band from London, formed in 2011, based on the musical partnership of frontmen Sam Fryer and Chilli Jesson. The lineup is composed of Sam Fryer (vocals, guitar), Chilli Jesson (vocals, bass), Pete Mayhew (keyboards) and Will Doyle (drums).

  • Pearl and the Beard

    (29,406 listeners)

    indie, folk, acoustic, alt-folk

    Pearl and the Beard is three voices, one cello, one guitar, one glockenspiel, one melodica, several drums, one accordion, ninety-six teeth, and one soul.

  • Professor Penguin

    (4,013 listeners)

    acoustic, alternative, folk, indie

    Professor Penguin. .. .. I’d like to talk about the music…I’ve found myself being influenced by most things.

  • Rachel Sermanni

    (20,051 listeners)

    folk, female vocalists, singer-songwriter, british

    Rachel Sermanni, 7 November 1991. Is a songwriter from a small village in the Scottish Highlands called Carrbridge. It’s very nice up there. Sometimes she plays solo and at others she is surrounded by a group of wonderful musicians consisting of Laura Wilkie, Siobhan Anderson and sometimes Louise Bichan (the fiddle pixies), Leo and Declan Forde and pianist Jennifer Austin.

  • Scanners

    (79,456 listeners)

    indie rock, indie, female vocalists, alternative

    Scanners (formed 2005) are a London, United Kingdom based band consisting of Sarah (vocals/bass/violin), Mat (guitar/vocals/synth), Amina (guitar/keys) and Harry (drums).

  • Skinny Lister

    (15,664 listeners)

    folk, indie, british, english

    Skinny Lister are not your average, modern day, gentrified English folk group. Fronted by Dan Heptinstall and Lorna Thomas; a vocalist with a lusty cackle and flirtatious presence, the London based five-piece hail from across England. Borrowing the nickname from the Lister family, pioneers in the use of anesthetic, the band have grown naturally and organically over the past two years.

  • SoKo

    (268,917 listeners)

    indie, french, female vocalists, singer-songwriter

    SoKo (b. Stéphanie Sokolinski, in Bordeaux, France), is a half-French / half-Polish singer & actress (called SoKo as far back as she can remember). She has appeared in several French films & got a start as a singer, after she asked a director to sing, on screen.

  • Steve Smyth

    (4,997 listeners)

    folk, indie folk, singer-songwriter, australian

    Hailing from the rugged heartland of the New South Wales south coast, Steven Smyth's roots in music can be traced back, past adolescent forays into punk, folk and rock, to a childhood of Sunday gospel sessions.

  • Summer Camp

    (137,950 listeners)

    lo-fi, indie pop, indie, british

    Summer Camp are a London based duo formed in 2009. Having formed by accident after deciding to cover The Flamingos' I Only Have Eyes For You, the band did not initially reveal their identities, claiming to be six Swedish teenagers, but a report by independent music newspaper The Stool Pigeon revealed that they were solo artist Jeremy Warmsley and journalist Elizabeth Sankey.

  • The Duke Spirit

    (190,988 listeners)

    indie rock, indie, garage rock, british

    The Duke Spirit are a 4 piece band based in London, UK. Their sound incorporates elements of blues-rock, post-punk and the early noise rock and grunge bands of the late 80s and early 90s such as The Pixies. The band was formed in London in 2003 by Liela Moss (vocals/tamborine/piano/harmonica), Luke Ford (guitar/organ), Toby Butler (bass) and Olly Betts (drums).

  • The Jessie Rose Trip

    (1,226 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, spotify, manchester, england

    Hailing from Manchester, Jessie Rose truly cannot be missed with her Hendrix style guitar riffs, reggae and soul driven piano licks, deep distinctive jazzy vocal and incomparable fashion sense! There is an underlying unique and modern twist to her music and with such an innovative fresh sound there is no mistaking who you are listening to.

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

    (7,132 listeners)

    indie, british, britpop, mod

    The Moons are a band from Northampton, England. Formed in 2008, the group consists of Singer/Songwriter Andy Crofts, Drummer Ben Gordelier, Guitarist Chris Watson and Bassist Ben Curtis. The band currently has released 2 studio albums, Life On Earth (2010) on Acid Jazz Records, and Fables Of History (2012) & Mindwaves (2014) on the Schnitzel Records Ltd.

  • Tom Copson

    (220 listeners)

    folk, acoustic, rock, indie

  • Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs

    (253,439 listeners)

    electronic, indie, house, electro

    Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs is a pseudonym of Orlando Higginbottom (b. 7 Mar 1986 in Oxford, UK) and débuted with "All In One Sixty Dancehalls EP" (2009, Greco-Roman).

  • We Were Evergreen

    (35,813 listeners)

    indie pop, french, indie, all

    We Were Evergreen are a Parisian alternative indie-electro-pop trio formed in 2008. The band are currently based in the UK. Their shape-shifting pop songs blend folk melodies, electro beats and exotic rhythms. The next single, “Baby Blue”, is due to be released on 4 June.

  • Willy Moon

    (74,365 listeners)

    rockabilly, indie, noise pop, rock and roll

    With only 21 years, Willy Moon already rolled halfway around the world and was finding its musical references on these trips. Born in Wellington, New Zealand, Moon went to Europe with 18 years and ran there until finally finding home in London. Like the artist, his music travels a lot.

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

    (75,232 listeners)

    indie, british, experimental, indie rock

    Zulu Winter was a five piece Indie rock band formed in London, UK in 2011. The band consisted of Will Daunt (vocals & guitar), Iain Lock (bass), Dom Millard (keyboards), Henry Walton (guitar) and Guy Henderson (drums).