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  • 2:54

    (69,440 listeners)

    shoegaze, indie, indie rock, female vocalists

    2:54 is a rock band which formed in 2010 in London, England. The band consists of Colette Thurlow (vocals, guitar), Hannah Thurlow (guitar), Joel Porter (bass) and Alex Robins (drums). The band is named for the timecode of a specific drumroll on the Melvins song "A History of Bad Men".

  • A Plastic Rose

    (3,462 listeners)

    alternative, shoegaze, post-hardcore, under 2000 listeners

    A Plastic Rose are purveyors of mid nineties post-hardcore tinged ‘Catchy Alternative Rock‘, rooted firmly in late naughties peacetime Belfast, where they have been cutting their teeth on the northern front since August 2006.

  • Admiral Fallow

    (63,690 listeners)

    folk, scottish, indie, acoustic

    Admiral Fallow is a Scottish folk/pop group based in Glasgow. Formerly known as Brother Louis Collective, the band was formed in 2007 and around the singer/songwriter Louis Abbott.

  • All The Young

    (13,776 listeners)

    indie, british, indie rock, rock

    All The Young are an alternative rock quartet from Stoke-on-Trent, UK The band formed for the ashes of New Education in 2011.

  • Bastille

    (753,154 listeners)

    indie, alternative, electronic, 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.

  • Being There

    (2,229 listeners)

    seen live

    Dream-pop band from London. Their debut album 'Breaking Away' was released by Young & Lost in July 2012. www.beingthereband.com

  • Bondax

    (127,531 listeners)

    future garage, downtempo, chillout, ambient

    Bondax is an electronic music duo consisting of English musicians Adam Kaye (born 1 April 1994) and George Townsend (born 17 September 1993).

  • Broken Hands

    (1,866 listeners)

    psychedelic rock, blues, neo-psychedelia, indie

    Down By The Current EP released June 10th http://brokenhands.bandcamp.com/merch The new EP from Broken Hands 'Down By The Current’ was inspired during last summer’s festival season...

  • Clock Opera

    (76,233 listeners)

    indie, electronic, ambient, indie rock

    Clock Opera are a British indie rock band based in London, UK. Formed in 2009 by singer, guitarist and sampler Guy Connelly, the quartet also comprises Andy West on bass and guitar, Che Albrighton on drums, and Dan Armstrong on keyboards and vocals. Their singles include "Belongings" and "Once and for All," and their debut album "Ways to Forget" was released on 23 April 2012.

  • Cloud Nothings

    (267,220 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.

  • Deaf Club

    (6,458 listeners)

    shoegaze, british, female vocalists, 2011

    A fresh blend of progressive shoegaze and melancholic, contemplative indie rock. A reminder of wistful, long walks and pensive periods resting in long grass.

  • Dirty Goods

    (1,141 listeners)

    indie, dirty electro, under 2000 listeners, dirty goods

    Dirty Goods.

  • Dog Is Dead

    (79,575 listeners)

    indie, british, indie pop, indie rock

    Dog Is Dead (now known as "D.I.D") is a five piece indie pop band from Nottingham, England. Three members of the band (frontman Rob Milton, Joss Harrison-Willder and Lawrence Cole) met at West Bridgford School. After picking up drummer Lawrence Libor at a party and Rob White at a rehearsal for The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, they started performing live in 2008.

  • Doldrums

    (52,697 listeners)

    experimental, psychedelic, post-rock, electronic

    1) Doldrums is the project of young Montreal based musician and videoartist Airick Woodhead. He creates intense music for staying up all night, just thinking. ENDLESSDOLDRUMS.COM or facebook It's "a sea of chopped up samples, disembodied vocals and tribal percussion. Electro-hallucinogenic freak outs and fuzzy warm nostalgia" (No Pain in Pop).

  • Embers

    (5,988 listeners)

    black metal, crust, doom metal, metalcore

    There are at least three bands called Embers. 1. from Oakland, CA 2. from Manchester, England 3. from Flanders, Belgium 1.

  • Eugene Francis Jr

    (58 listeners)

  • Eyes on Film

    (981 listeners)

    2012, indie, dance

  • Hooray For Earth

    (135,264 listeners)

    indie rock, post-punk, indie, chillwave

    These are anxious times. From unemployment and embattled governments to mysterious mass deaths of birds and fish, it's easy to wonder if 2012's apocalypse won't come a year early. It's heady fare for an indie rock record, but somehow the dense soundscapes from New York City's Hooray for Earth's True Loves find a way to float on thin air.

  • Hyde & Beast

    (7,673 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.

  • Islet

    (12,533 listeners)

    experimental, alternative, experimental rock, cardiff

    Islet are an experimental rock band from Cardiff, Wales. Their debut album "Illuminated People" was released in January 2012 through Shape Records, following two 2010 'mini-albums' 'Celebrate This Place' and 'Wimmy'.

  • Jake Bugg

    (398,306 listeners)

    folk, british, indie, singer-songwriter

    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.

  • Josh Kumra

    (10,829 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, british, acoustic, new band of the day

    Josh Kumra is a thoughtful young singer songwriter with a guitar on his back and a long road ahead.

  • Kwes.

    (55,470 listeners)

    electronic, hip-hop, pop, experimental

    Kwes. is a record producer, songwriter & musician who makes 'freepop' (pop music without boundaries). He has worked with artists including The xx, Ghostpoet, Elan Tamara, Dels, Damon Albarn's DRC Music, Leftfield, Micachu (Kwesachu Mixtapes) and more. He has also reworked several including Hot Chip and The Invisible amongst others.

  • Kyla La Grange

    (120,705 listeners)

    indie, female vocalists, folk, singer-songwriter

    Kyla La Grange, part South-African and part Zimbabwean, was born in Watford, London. Kyla won a place at Cambridge University, where she studied Philosophy.

  • Last Dinosaurs

    (63,216 listeners)

    indie, australian, indie rock, rock

    Last Dinosaurs are a band hailing from the magical land of Brisbane, Australia. They consist of Sean Caskey (vox/guitar), Lach Caskey (guitar), Danjuro Koyama (drums) and Michael Sloane (bass).

  • Lewis Watson

    (74,836 listeners)

    acoustic, british, folk, singer-songwriter

    Lewis Watson is an acoustic singer and songwriter from Oxford, Uk His first EP, "It's Got Four Sad Songs On It BTW" was released last April 2012.

  • Lucy Rose

    (178,750 listeners)

    folk, female vocalists, indie, indie folk

    Lucy Rose Parton (Born 1989) is an English singer/songwriter from Warwickshire . She contributed vocals on the Bombay Bicycle Club albums Flaws, A Different Kind of Fix, and So long, See You tomorrow. Her debut single, "Middle of the Bed" came out August 8th 2011, followed by two more singles: Scar, and Red Face.

  • Lulu James

    (22,067 listeners)

    soul, electronic, british, trip-hop

    Lulu James is a young British artist hailing from the North East whose sound blends irresistible soul over electronica. Since the unveiling of her debut tunes 'Rope Mirage' and 'The End' the interest has been phenomenal.

  • Mary Epworth

    (7,454 listeners)

    female vocalists, mary epworth and the jubilee band, folk, epworth

    Mary Epworth is an English solo artist who releases on her own label Hand Of Glory records. Her debut album Dream Life was released in June 2012. * Official site

  • Murray James

    (1,378 listeners)

    male, british, people ive seen live, the bedford

  • Neon Indian

    (542,906 listeners)

    electronic, chillwave, psychedelic, lo-fi

    Neon Indian is a chillwave band from Denton, Texas. The group is the current project of musician Alan Palomo, also known for his work with the band Ghosthustler and as the artist VEGA. The group has released two albums: "Psychic Chasms" (2009) and "Era Extraña" (2011).

  • O. Children

    (48,550 listeners)

    post-punk, new wave, cold wave, post-punk revival

    O. Children are a London, UK-based band formed by Tobi O’Kandi (singer and main songwriter), Andi Sleath (drums), Gauthier Ajarrista (guitarist) and Harry James (bass). O. Children take their name from a song by Nick Cave.

  • Patterns

    (29,501 listeners)

    synthpop, electropop, new wave, female vocalists

    There are four bands with this name 1. A British electronic group 2. A French musical group 3. An American rock group 4. A dance band from Costa Rica

  • Peace

    (154,282 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.

  • Pearl and the Beard

    (35,111 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.

  • Pond

    (129,770 listeners)

    psychedelic, indie rock, psychedelic rock, grunge

    There is more than one artist that has used this name. 1. A popular psychedelic rock band from Perth, Australia 2. An alternative rock band from Portland, Oregon

  • Pulled Apart By Horses

    (76,443 listeners)

    post-hardcore, alternative rock, british, indie

    Pulled Apart By Horses are a 4 piece post-hardcore band from Leeds, England. It could either be a sick torture method or, according to the Observer, "the best live band in Britain". The band began in Feb 2008, momentum built quickly and they grabbed the attention of Radio 1's Huw Stephens and Steve Lamacq, the NME, Artrocker and many of Britain's indie labels.

  • Pure Love

    (18,874 listeners)

    melodic hardcore, ukhc, hardcore, hardcore punk

    Pure Love were a Brooklyn-based English-American rock band formed in 2011 by former Gallows frontman Frank Carter and ex-Hope Conspiracy and Suicide File guitarist Jim Carroll. Pure Love played their first show on February 14, 2012. On April 24, 2012 the band released the lead single from their debut album, “Bury My Bones”, also available as a free download from their official website.

  • Rae Morris

    (58,630 listeners)

    british, female vocalists, indie, piano

    Rae Morris is a 22 year-old singer-songwriter from Blackpool. Learning piano at an early age and forever underestimating her ability, Rae recently found a voice she didn’t know she had.

  • Random Impulse

    (5,520 listeners)

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

    Hailing from North London, armed with unmatched flow, fierce delivery and bursting with content, the young Random Impulse is quickly becoming recognised as one of the most talented and refreshing new artists to appear from the U.K.

  • Ryan Keen

    (11,528 listeners)

    folk, acoustic, singer-songwriter, british

    Ryan Keen started playing guitar at the age of 8, honing his talents with styles ranging from classical, flamenco and folk through to electric, before developing the percussive finger-style he is known for today. Drawing from a wide range of influences, Ryan is certain to be a sure-fire hit with fans and music aficionados alike.

  • Scoundrels

    (3,194 listeners)

    garage rock, punk, indie rock, all

    1) A UK blues-rock band. 2) A Dutch punk band. 3) A rap/hip-hop group. 4)A New Zealand sludge rock band.

  • SHINIES

    (5,936 listeners)

    indie, manchester, all, seen live

  • Summer Camp

    (150,007 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.

  • Sunless '97

    (20,445 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.

  • Swiss Lips

    (23,623 listeners)

    indie, electronic, dance, british

    Swiss Lips are a five-piece electropop band from Manchester in the U.K. that came into being in 2011, playing an eclectic style reminiscent of the booming 80s and 90s indie dance scene. They're perhaps best known for their catchy debut single "[track artist=Swiss Lips]

  • The Drums

    (825,138 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, indie pop, surf rock

    There is more than one group named The Drums: 1) an American indie pop band from Brooklyn, NY 2) an American experimental band from San Francisco

  • The Internet

    (97,064 listeners)

    soul, ofwgkta, hip-hop, rnb

    There are at least three artists known as The Internet: 1. The Internet is a hip-hop/soul duo and one of many sub-groups within the Los Angeles, California hip-hop collective OFWGKTA. It consists of Odd Future's sound engineer, audio mixer, and live DJ Syd Tha Kyd on vocals and Matt Martian of The Jet Age of Tomorrow on production.

  • The Men

    (118,017 listeners)

    noise rock, post-punk, noise, psychedelic rock

    There are at least seven bands who have used the name 'The Men'. 1. The Men are a noise rock/post-hardcore/garage punk band. They're from Brooklyn, NY.

  • The Night

    (16,935 listeners)

    indie, folk, rock, acoustic

    www.thenightishere.com https://itunes.apple.com/au/album/medicate-me-single/id570166508 The Night has been compared to Arcade Fire, Brand New, Bright eyes, Manchester Orchestra and Kings of Leon. Although diverse, the band is pleased and proud of these connotations as many of these artists have all been major influences in their creative journey.