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  • Villagers

    (216,263 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, indie, irish

    Villagers are an Irish band from Dublin fronted by Conor J. O'Brien. They have performed at several music festivals and toured with Tracy Chapman, Bell X1 and Tindersticks. They have one EP, titled Hollow Kind (2009). Their debut album Becoming a Jackal was released in 2010 and was shortlisted for that year's Mercury Prize and their second album {Awayland} was released in 2013.

  • Cherry Ghost

    (109,865 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, british, indie pop

    Cherry Ghost is a British alt. country band. They formed in Manchester, UK in 2005 and enjoy considerable airplay on BBC Radio 2 and 6 Music. Their debut album, Thirst For Romance, entered the UK album charts at #7. Their new album, 3 years in the making entitled "Beneath This Burning Shoreline" was released in mid 2010.

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

    (81,049 listeners)

    indie, indie pop, manchester, rock

    Dutch Uncles are a band from Marple, a suburb of Stockport. They are known for their use of atypical time signatures within a pop context. Their influences includes several bands such as The Smiths, King Crimson, Steve Reich, XTC and Talking Heads.

  • Beth Jeans Houghton & The Hooves Of Destiny

    (26,632 listeners)

    folk, female vocalists, indie, freak folk

    Beth Jeans Houghton & The Hooves of Destiny are a band formed by English singer-songwriter Beth Jeans Houghton for the 2012 album "Yours Truly, Cellophane Nose". In addition to Houghton, the band includes Dav Shiel (Drums, Cajon, Keyboard, Vocals, Steel Pan), Rory Gibson (Bass, Vocals), Findlay Macaskill (Violin, Vocals) and Blazey Blazey (Trumpet, Vocals, Guitar, Drums).

  • The Lost Brothers

    (13,600 listeners)

    folk, trance, house, alternative

    (1) The Lost Brothers are Mark McCausland and Oisin Leech. They released their debut album 'TRAILS OF THE LONELY (parts I & III)' on November 17th 2008.

  • Treetop Flyers

    (31,205 listeners)

    folk, british, alt-country, americana

    Treetop Flyers are a London five-piece who specialise in rootsy, folk-tinged rock, that harks back to the golden age of the Laurel Canyon music scene. Since the release of their debut EP, To Bury The Past, in 2009 they have been gathering pace with a reputation for their live performances, which earned them the winning spot at this year's Glastonbury Emerging Talent Competition.

  • We Were Evergreen

    (42,772 listeners)

    indie pop, french, indie, tweepop

    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.

  • Rachel Sermanni

    (23,902 listeners)

    folk, female vocalists, singer-songwriter, indie

    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.

  • Tupelo

    (295 listeners)

    the mars volta, nick cave, the residents, brian eno

    Tupelo is the name of the musician Stephen R. Clarke. He is a 22 year old bass/guitar player who has taken a keen interest in electronic music. He is slowly building up a good home studio.

  • The Glendale Family

    (3 listeners)