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  • 't Hof van Commerce

    (17,193 listeners)

    belgian, hip-hop, belgium, hip hop

    't Hof van Commerce ("The Court of Commerce") is one of the exponents of the wave of frithop groups that made a breakthrough in Belgium in 1998. This scene is a bunch of hiphop groups who are rapping in their own dialect.

  • Alice Cooper

    (1,218,141 listeners)

    hard rock, classic rock, rock, heavy metal

    Alice Cooper (born Vincent Damon Furnier, February 4, 1948) is an American rock singer, songwriter, and musician whose career spans five decades.

  • Arsenal

    (63,992 listeners)

    belgian, belgium, electronic, dance

    There are 7 artists by the name Arsenal. 1: Arsenal is a Belgian music band formed in '99 by Hendrik Willemyns & John Roan. The music of Hendrik Willemyns & John Roan delivers a smoothly produced lounge funk, and first appeared with the EP RELEASE from '99.

  • Channel Zero

    (14,650 listeners)

    thrash metal, metal, heavy metal, belgian

    Channel Zero is a Belgian metal band. Franky DSVD (current project: Skitsoy), Xavier Carion (current project: Sons Of Jonathas), Tino DeMartino and Phil B. (R.I.P. August 10th, 2013) came together in Brussels (Belgium) in 1990. They started 'Channel Zero', inspired on the 'Public Enemy' song 'She Watch Channel Zero'.

  • Daan

    (30,085 listeners)

    belgian, electronic, belgium, electro

    Daan (Stuyven) is a Belgian artist who has already been active in the music business for about 20 years. He was first known for his work with alternative/experimental rock band Dead Man Ray. His first two solo albums were made while still playing with Dead Man Ray.

  • De Mens

    (24,551 listeners)

    belgian, belgium, rock, nederlandstalig

    De Mens is a Flemish rock band from Ghent. The current members of the band are Frank Vander linden, Michel De Coster, and Dirk Jans.

  • Gabriel Rios

    (86,695 listeners)

    latin, belgian, pop, singer-songwriter

    Born in 1978 in Puerto Rico, Gabriel Rios soon chose a path which few from his kin before him did. A blonde angel whispered that he should follow her lead.

  • LMFAO

    (1,144,787 listeners)

    electronic, hip-hop, electro, crunk

    LMFAO is a Grammy Award nominated electro-hop group from Los Angeles, California consisting of rappers Redfoo (Stefan Gordy) and Sky Blu (Skyler Gordy). Signed to a venture between Interscope and will.i.am's label will.i.am music group. They released their debut EP, the Party Rock EP, in July 2008 and it featured the hit single I'm in Miami Bitch.

  • Luc Van Acker

    (4,254 listeners)

    new wave, industrial, minimal electro, belgium

    Busty devil-does-all whose never-ending anger and experimental drift has brought him to far across the boundaries, playing with groups as Ministry, Revolting Cocks, Shriekback, Mussolini Headkick and more...

  • Mika

    (1,500,238 listeners)

    pop, british, britpop, electronic

    There are multiple bands/artists under the name Mika. 1) Mika (born Michael Holbrook Penniman in 1983) is a Beirut-born, Paris and London-raised, London, UK-based singer who has a contract with Island Records and used to attend Westminster School. He first appeared on BBC Radio 1 in September 2006. He has a background in classical songwriting.

  • Ozark Henry

    (62,393 listeners)

    belgian, alternative, singer-songwriter, belgium

    Ozark Henry is the project of Piet Goddaer. This musician from Kortrijk, son of celebrated classical composer Norbert Goddaer, was the singer/rapper of the group Word before Ozark Henry. Despite a lot of gigs, the group never managed to get a record deal (the only release is a track "Henry Men-She" on "Debuutrock 1995") and died a subsequent silent death.

  • Philip Sayce

    (9,618 listeners)

    blues rock, blues, rock, guitar virtuoso

    Philip Sayce was born in Aberystwyth, Wales, and grew up in Toronto, Canada. He started his career recording and touring with Jeff Healey, Melissa Etheridge, Uncle Kracker, and others. In 2009 he released a solo album, "Peace Machine".

  • School Is Cool

    (18,368 listeners)

    belgian, indie, alternative, humos rock rally

    School is Cool are an indie sextet from Belgium, founded in late 2009. Debut album 'Entropology' (2011) introduced Belgium, the Netherlands and France to School is Cool's indiepop in the form of a 16-song chaotic cathedral-like structure of energetic drums, eighties synths, dark, apocalyptic lyrics and grand, baroque choruses, produced by Das Pop's Reinhard Vanbergen.

  • Status Quo

    (549,818 listeners)

    classic rock, rock, hard rock, british

    Status Quo are a British rock band (London, England) with strong boogie line. The group was founded by bassist Alan Lancaster and guitarist Francis Rossi in 1962.

  • Sweet Savage

    (6,189 listeners)

    nwobhm, heavy metal, metal, hard rock

    Sweet Savage can refer to two bands: 1: Sweet Savage is an Irish band that once included Dio, Whitesnake and Def Leppard guitarist Vivian Campbell. Metallica later covered the Sweet Savage song "Killing Time". Sweet Savage recorded an EP with Vivian Campbell, and later recorded the full length albums Killing Time and Rune after Vivian Cambell left the band.

  • Texas

    (539,909 listeners)

    pop, rock, female vocalists, scottish

    Texas is an alternative rock band which formed in Glasgow, Scotland in 1986 and fronted by singer Sharleen Spiteri. The band was founded by Johnny McElhone (of Altered Images), taking the name from the 1984 Wim Wenders movie Paris, Texas. Their musical sound went from blues rock from debut album Southside (1989), via blue eyed soul of White on Blonde (1997) to the disco pop of Red Book (2005).

  • The Union

    (9,522 listeners)

    blues rock, rock, british, hard rock

    A English rock band formed in 2009 as a Union of Peter Shoulder (Winterville) & Luke Morley (Thunder). They have released a self titled debut album and in December 2010, a single (This Time Next Year) in support of Childline.The Union were voted the best new band 2010 in the Classic Rock Roll Of Honour awards.

  • Tom Dice

    (42,911 listeners)

    belgian, singer-songwriter, eurovision, pop

    Tom Dice (born Tom Eeckhout in Eeklo, Belgium on 25 November 1989) is a Belgian singer-songwriter, who finished second in the Flemish version of The X Factor in 2008 and represented Belgium in the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest where he became 6th with 143 points (Germany won with 246 points).

  • Triggerfinger

    (103,663 listeners)

    rock, stoner rock, belgian, hard rock

    Triggerfinger is a Belgian rock band from Antwerp, Belgium, formed in 1998 with an international sound which appeals to both younger people, who recognize Queens Of The Stone Age and old rockers, who are reminded of Led Zeppelin. Triggerfinger receives rave reviews from the media. One such review claims Triggerfinger's live show makes about 500,000 other so-called rock bands instantly redundant.

  • ZZ Top

    (1,220,608 listeners)

    classic rock, blues rock, rock, southern rock

    ZZ Top is an American blues rock band, formed in 1969 in Houston, Texas. The band members are Billy Gibbons (vocals and guitar), Dusty Hill (bass guitar and vocals), and Frank Beard (drums). They hold the distinction of being one of the few rock bands still comprised of its original members for over 40 years, and until 2006, with the same manager/producer, Bill Ham.