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  • Professor Green

    (336,159 listeners)

    hip-hop, grime, uk hip-hop, uk

    Professor Green AKA Stephen Manderson is an English rapper from Hackney, East London, currently signed to Virgin Records, after Mike Skinner's The Beats label closed, and ended a run of his own radio shows on BBC Radio 1.

  • The Temper Trap

    (1,032,030 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, australian, alternative

    The Temper Trap is an indie rock band which formed in 2005 in Melbourne, Australia. Now based in London, the band consists of Dougy Mandagi (vocals, guitar), Jonathon Aherne (bass), Toby Dundas (drums) and Joseph Greer (keyboards, guitar). In October 2013, an official statement confirmed that lead guitarist Lorenzo Sillitto parted ways with the band

  • Alkaline Trio

    (770,996 listeners)

    punk, punk rock, emo, alternative

    Alkaline Trio are a punk rock band from Chicago, Illinois consisting of Matt Skiba (guitar/vocals), Dan Andriano (bass/vocals), and Derek Grant (drums/backing vocals). Their music is characterized by dark lyrics, catchy hooks, fast tempos and recurring subjects of alcoholism, depression, shattered relationships, drugs and death.

  • Mystery Jets

    (589,870 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, british, alternative

    Mystery Jets are an indie rock band which formed in Eel Pie Island, London, England in 2005. The band consists of Blaine Harrison (lead vocals, keyboards), his father Henry Harrison (guitar, keyboards, backing vocals), William Rees (lead guitar, vocals), Peter Cochrane (bass) and Kapil Trivedi (drums).

  • Death in Vegas

    (577,115 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.

  • alt-J

    (570,897 listeners)

    indie, electronic, british, alternative

    ∆ (pronounced Alt-J) was formed when Gwil Sainsbury (guitarist/bassist) , Joe Newman (guitar/vocals), Gus Unger-Hamilton (keyboards) and Thom Green (drums) met at Leeds, UK University in 2007. The band currently resides in Cambridge.

  • James Vincent McMorrow

    (438,519 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.

  • Tim Hecker

    (271,106 listeners)

    ambient, drone, electronic, experimental

    Montreal producer Tim Hecker made his initial breakthrough as Jetone, but followed with some incredible ambient work attributed to his born name.

  • Django Django

    (277,598 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.

  • Slow Club

    (262,610 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).

  • Bear in Heaven

    (240,749 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

  • Willy Mason

    (231,026 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, folk, indie, acoustic

    Willy Mason (born 21 November 1984) is an American singer-songwriter. He is the son of Jemima James and Michael Mason, both folk singers who, according to Mason, have influenced his music. When Mason was five, he and his family moved from New York to West Tisbury, Massachusetts on the island of Martha's Vineyard.

  • Cloud Nothings

    (239,341 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.

  • Kids in Glass Houses

    (193,560 listeners)

    pop punk, rock, powerpop, emo

    Kids In Glass Houses are a five-piece rock band from Cardiff, South Wales, United Kingdom. The band formed in 2003 and signed with Roadrunner Records in December 2007. Kids In Glass Houses currently comprises vocalist Aled Phillips, guitarists Joel Fisher and Iain Mahanty, bassist Andrew Shay, and drummer Philip Jenkins.

  • Charli XCX

    (257,192 listeners)

    electronic, synthpop, pop, electroclash

    Charli XCX, born Charlotte Emma Aitchison on 2 August 1992, is an English singer-songwriter. Her debut album, True Romance, was released in April of 2013.

  • Michael Kiwanuka

    (198,791 listeners)

    soul, blues, singer-songwriter, jazz

    Michael Kiwanuka is a British musician of Ugandan heritage who writes songs combining soul and rootsy folk influences and sings them with a deep, husky soulful voice. After signing with Communion Records, Kiwanuka recorded his debut EP, Tell Me A Tale, with the help of Paul Butler from The Bees, who took the Muswell Hill, London native to his Isle of Wight studio to record the songs.

  • The Wedding Present

    (182,145 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, post-punk, alternative

    The Wedding Present are an indie rock group formed in Leeds, England in 1984. They evolved from the ashes of The Lost Pandas. Their music has evolved from fast-paced indie rock in the vein of their most obvious influences The Fall, Buzzcocks and Gang of Four, to more varied forms. Throughout their career, they have been led by vocalist and guitarist David Gedge, the band's only constant member.

  • White Denim

    (188,230 listeners)

    indie rock, garage rock, indie, rock

    White Denim is a bluesy, jazzy, garage-rock trio, hailing from Austin, Texas USA. According to vocalist/guitarist James Petralli, White Denim’s songs are the musical manifestations of abstract paintings or philosophical tracts. He explained to UK music magazine the NME: "The things that I like to read are generally abstract.

  • The Jezabels

    (161,014 listeners)

    indie, australian, female vocalists, rock

    The Jezabels are an indie rock band from Sydney, New South Wales that formed in 2007. They classify their music as 'intestindie' as it contains a mixture of different genres. The group's members are Hayley Mary (vocals), Samuel Lockwood (guitar), Heather Shannon (piano/keyboard) and Nik Kaloper (drums).

  • Niki & the Dove

    (138,550 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.

  • Chew Lips

    (125,722 listeners)

    electronic, indie, electropop, female vocalists

    Chew Lips are three kids - Tigs (vocals), James Watkins (bass, synths) and Will Sanderson (guitar, synths) - from London who play infectious lo-fi tech tunes and have been together since about March 2008. They have released two singles, the self-produced 'Solo' and its follow-up, 'Salt Air', through Kitsune, and their debut album, 'Unicorn,' came out in January 2010.

  • Ghostpoet

    (121,346 listeners)

    electronic, beats, abstract hip-hop, experimental

    Ghostpoet (born Obaro Ejimiwe, 18 January 1983) is a Mercury Music Prize Nominee from Coventry, UK, raised somewhere between London, Coventry, Nigeria and Dominica.

  • Peace

    (125,554 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, british, hardcore punk

    Peace is a name of at least six artists: 1. Based out of Birmingham, England, Peace create drifting, melodic indie rock that merges the crawling atmosphere of classic post-punk with the pop-oriented bounce of modern bands like Vampire Weekend.

  • Theme Park

    (97,305 listeners)

    indie, electronic, indie pop, synthpop

    https://www.facebook.com/themeparkband Theme Park is one of the most exciting new songwriting forces in our midst today, managing to attain that rare balance of feeling comfortingly familiar and yet not sounding like anyone else.

  • Forest Swords

    (100,754 listeners)

    psychedelic, experimental, ambient, dub

    Forest Swords is one producer, Matthew Barnes, from The Wirral/Liverpool, UK. A unique blend of jagged hip-hop and R&B beats, looping guitar lines and manipulated samples, his evocative and emotional music reflects the sprawling Wirral landscape of river, coastland and woodland with all the haunting melodies of nearby city Liverpool’s enviable pop history.

  • Toy

    (88,698 listeners)

    shoegaze, psychedelic, synthpop, electronic

    There are several artists with the name Toy: 1) A band from the United Kingdom 2) An electronic duo from England / Norway 3) A band from Japan 4) A pop music band from Belgium 5) A rock band from Finland 6) A pimba singer from Portugal 7) A hard rock band from Czech Republic

  • Eugene McGuinness

    (76,933 listeners)

    indie, british, singer-songwriter, folk

    Eugene McGuinness (born 1985 in London, England) is a singer/songwriter signed to Domino Records. After The Early Learnings Of - a mini album of 8 songs - was released to great critical acclaim last year on Domino’s Publishing Label Double Six, Eugene headed to the studio to make his first full album proper for Domino.

  • Jonquil

    (74,422 listeners)

    experimental, folk, indie, alternative

    Jonquil is an alternative / tropical pop band. They formed in Oxford by (then) 20-year-old multi-instrumentalist / songwriter Hugo Manuel (as known as Chad Valley) in an attempt to flesh out what was initially a bedroom recording project. They have released two albums; Sunny Casinos (2006 / Try Harder) and Lions (2007 / Try Harder) and the 'Whistle Low' EP (2008 / Acuarela Records).

  • Bleached

    (60,321 listeners)

    indie, lo-fi, garage, female vocalists

    A punk/psychedelic pop band comprised of sisters Jennifer and Jessie Clavin, formerly of Los Angeles band Mika Miko. They released three singles in 2011 - No Friend of Mine (aka "Francis"), Carter, and Searching Through the Past, and saw their debut full-length, Ride Your Heart appear in 2013.

  • Princess Chelsea

    (52,146 listeners)

    indie, indie pop, female vocalists, new zealand

    Chelsea Nikkel from Auckland, New Zealand is the lady behind Princess Chelsea. Her debut album Lil' Golden Book, released in May 2011, tells the tale of life growing up as a teenager and young adult in New Zealand. Deeply entrenched in the fantastical yet grounded with a somewhat sardonic wit, her musical fairy tale draws as much influence from Dr. Dre as it does from Edvard Grieg.

  • Stealing Sheep

    (42,071 listeners)

    indie pop, dream pop, female vocalists, british

    Liverpool psych-folk darlings Stealing Sheep create lo-fi, DIY pop in the shape of noisily drenched old time vocals, spiraling psychedelic guitars, hypnotic beats and sixties style drone synths. http://stealingsheep.co.uk

  • Post War Years

    (39,012 listeners)

    indie, math rock, experimental, alternative rock

    Post War Years are a band from Royal Leamington Spa, who (according to their Myspace page) are Latin/Hard House/Jazz but they have an Alternative/Indie edge about them too.

  • Tall Ships

    (38,041 listeners)

    math rock, melodic hardcore, british, hardcore

    1) Tall Ships are a 3 piece experimental loop band from Falmouth, Cornwall who now reside in Brighton

  • Yukon Blonde

    (38,409 listeners)

    canadian, indie, indie pop, canada

    Yukon Blonde is the new name adopted by the Kelowna, Canada, band formerly known as Alphababy, which had served as both the opening act and backup band for Jon-Rae Fletcher and toured extensively in its native country. Group members are Jeff Innes (guitar, vocals), Brandon Scott (guitar, vocals), Graham Jones (drums, vocals), and Adam Newton (bass).

  • The Heartbreaks

    (35,178 listeners)

    indie rock, indie, alternative, indie pop

    The Heartbreaks are Matthew Whitehouse (vocals), Joseph Kondras (Drums), Ryan Wallace (Guitar) and Deaks (Bass).

  • The History of Apple PieUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (25,071 listeners)

    noise pop, shoegaze, indie, british

    The History of Apple Pie is a band based in London, UK who formed in 2010. The band centres on the songwriting partnership of Stephanie Min (vocals) and Jerome Watson (guitar), who are joined by Kelly Owens (bass), James Thomas (drums), and Aslam Ghauri (guitar).

  • Fixers

    (23,257 listeners)

    psychedelic, indie, pop, psychedelic rock

    Fixers are a band from Oxford, UK. They are a part of the 'Blessing Force' musical community. Their music is of the psychedelic variety, though they have already displayed notable diversity in the music they have put out so far. Their Debut EP "Here comes 2001 so let's all head for the sun" was released on 9th May 2011

  • PINS

    (22,782 listeners)

    ukrainian, alternative metal, ukrainian alternative, alternative

    There are two bands named PINS. One comes from Ukrain, the other from Manchester.

  • Still Flyin'

    (19,310 listeners)

    indie, all, indie rock, indie dub

    More of a collective than an actual rock band, Still Flyin' is the brainchild of singer/songwriter Sean Rawls, who formed it in late 2004 in San Francisco after relocating there from Athens, GA, in 2003. Rawls was inspired to put the group together by a song he had written with a member of Je Suis France, "Never Gonna Touch the Ground.

  • Sunless '97

    (19,406 listeners)

    indie, lo-fi, electronic, indie pop

    Sunless ‘97, currently residing in London, UK, operate in a domain of their own design. Consisting of members Edward, Alice and Matthew, their “not-quite-electronica-not-quite-guitar-music-not-quite-pop” reflects the all-embracing diversity of Sunless ’97’s influences.

  • The Computers

    (15,477 listeners)

    punk, hardcore, punk rock, rock

    A Five-piece blues / punk / hardcore band from Exeter, signed to Fierce Panda. So here's the deal - THE COMPUTERS consist of Alex (guitar / main vocals), Sonny (guitar / vocals), Nic (bass / vocals) and Aiden (drums), New guy (keyboards). They live in Exeter and they fuse garage rock'n'roll with 80's hardcore.

  • D/R/U/G/S

    (13,454 listeners)

    electronic, progressive house, all, deep house

    D/R/U/G/S is the project of one Callum Wright and D/R/U/G/S craft some of the most euphoric, radical new music around. Made with the freeform attitude of synth visionary Oneohtrix Point Never, the fuck-you braggadocio of the Wu-Tang Clan, the cast-iron integrity of punk and the headlong desperate rush of rave, it’s untamed music for the moment.

  • Crash Of Rhinos

    (12,293 listeners)

    emo, math rock, post-rock, punk

    Formed in 2008, in Derby, UK. Played some shows for a bit. Made a record. Threw Beal to the dogs. Played some more shows with McBride and Roedog in his place. Invited Beal back in from the cold. Started moving again.

  • Shields

    (11,666 listeners)

    progressive metalcore, metalcore, djent, new band of the day

    1) SHIELDS are a Metal/Hardcore band from London, UK formed in 2012. They are currently managed by The Artery Foundation. Joe Edwards - Vocals Sam Kubrick - Guitar/Vocals Jamie-lee Underwood - Guitar Benjamin Fordham- Bass Martin Huynh - Drums

  • By The Sea

    (8,663 listeners)

    shoegaze, dream pop, pop, indie pop

    bytheseabythesea.bandcamp.com facebook.com/bytheseaband twitter.com/#!/ByTheSeaBand our drummer is norwegian.

  • Bleeding Heart Narrative

    (5,115 listeners)

    ambient, experimental, modern classical, post rock

    Bleeding Heart Narrative were a six-piece band, led by songwriter Oliver Barrett, who released the debut album all that was missing we never had in the world in March 2008 on Tartaruga Records.

  • Wet Nuns

    (4,434 listeners)

    stoner rock, blues, hard rock, stoner

    Women, death, beards, skulls and whiskey, the dark matters that are ground through stomach-churning guitars and ugly drumming to produce the trademark lo-fi blues-stoner-punk sound that has made the Sheffield/Leeds duo begin to make a name for themselves as one of the loudest two-piece bands ever.

  • Pikachunes

    (4,362 listeners)

    electronic, indie, pop, electronica

    Electro Pop solo project from Christchurch, New Zealand; driven by producer and musician Miles McDougal. Miles McDougal is a former Tiny Paper Daggers and Tiger Tones member. His first album, Pikachunes, was released in November 2010.

  • Folks

    (2,904 listeners)

    british, wearefolks, indie, i see cathedrals

    Folks is the name of more than one artist 1) a US band 2) a Japanese band from Eniwa, Hokkaido 1) Folks bring together classic song writing with emotive vocals and irresistible melodies, it’s music to be listened to and enjoyed over and over.

  • Towns

    (2,662 listeners)

    shoegaze, indie rock, alternative, male vocalist

    Towns are a band that are influenced by 90s music from the UK They sound like Ride and they kick ass