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  • 65daysofstatic

    (464,824 listeners)

    post-rock, instrumental, experimental, math rock

    65daysofstatic began in Sheffield, United Kingdom in 2001 as Iain Armstrong, Paul Wolinski and Joe Shrewsbury. They originally formed to try to write music to fit the unreleased and little known John Carpenter film, 'Stealth Bomber' (starring Kurt Russell).

  • Black Hats

    (226 listeners)

    garage rock, indie

    If your reading this please change your Itunes information settings to The Black Hats Tunnels appears on the free compilation album Spires Just confirmed for the BBC Introducing stage at Wychwood Festival on Saturday 4th June.

  • Boat To Row

    (9,435 listeners)

    all, folk, acoustic, instrumental

    Birmingham quintet Boat To Row have earned an outstanding live reputation since their beginnings as a solo project in 2009. They combine a genuine ease in each other's musical company with an energetic, skilfully crafted sound. Their songs play host to winding tales, journeying through light and shade.

  • British Sea Power

    (312,894 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, british, alternative

    British Sea Power are a six-piece indie rock band based in Brighton, England, although three of the band hail originally from Kendal in Cumbria.

  • Brontide

    (13,852 listeners)

    post-rock, instrumental, math rock, best played loud

    Forming from the ashes of 'synth-cab-for-cuties' I Was A Cub Scout and Brighton drama-punks Pictures - Brontide are an altogether different musical beast.

  • Dog Is Dead

    (75,014 listeners)

    indie, british, indie pop, indie rock

    Dog Is Dead 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.

  • Emmy the Great

    (233,570 listeners)

    female vocalists, singer-songwriter, indie, acoustic

    Emmy the Great is the stage name of London-based singer-songwriter Emma-Lee Moss (born in 1984 in Hong Kong). Her albums include First Love (2009) and Virtue (2011).

  • Fine Union

    (1 listener)

  • FLIGHTS OF HELIOS

    (87 listeners)

  • Frightened Rabbit

    (505,948 listeners)

    scottish, indie, indie rock, folk

    Frightened Rabbit are an indie rock band which formed in 2003 in Glasgow, Scotland. The band currently consists of Scott Hutchison (vocals, guitar), Billy Kennedy (guitar, keyboards), Grant Hutchison (drums, vocals), Andy Monaghan (guitar, keyboards) and Gordon Skene (guitar, keyboards).

  • Future of the Left

    (71,241 listeners)

    noise rock, alternative rock, punk, indie rock

    Future of the Left is an alternative rock band formed in 2005 in Cardiff, Wales. The current line-up is Andrew Falkous (aka Falco) (vocals, guitar, keyboards), Jimmy Watkins (guitar), Julia Ruzicka (bass) and Jack Egglestone (drums).

  • Gabriel Minnikin

    (101 listeners)

    truck 2009, under 2000 listeners, seen live

    The uniquely talented Canadian singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Gabriel Minnikin, has been a worker in song since the 1990s, both as a soloist and in collaboration with a range of hugely talented artists. His sound is located in country music and has a rawness of passion that one would expect from the tradition.

  • Guillemots

    (376,178 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, british, alternative

    Guillemots is a London-based avant-garde pop and indie rock band, formed in November 2004. They consist of: Fyfe Dangerfield from Birmingham in England (a.k.a.

  • Gunning For Tamar

    (2,224 listeners)

    math rock, rock, alternative, alternative rock

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  • Johnny Foreigner

    (133,687 listeners)

    indie rock, indie, british, alternative

    Johnny Foreigner is an indie rock band from Digbeth in Birmingham, England. As of 2012, the band consists of guitarists Alexei Berrow and Lewes Herriot, drummer Junior Elvis Washington Laidley and bassist Kelly Southern.

  • Josh Kumra

    (9,513 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.

  • Kill It Kid

    (23,347 listeners)

    british, indie, blues, alternative

    Kill It Kid are a blues-inspired five-piece formed at Bath Spa University in the UK. They're fronted by the two part harmonies of Chris Turpin and Stephanie Ward.

  • Kill Murray

    (289 listeners)

    rock, oxford, under 2000 listeners

    Kill Murray are a new band hailing from Oxford consisting of former members of Dial F for Frankenstein, 50ft Panda and Phantom Theory. They're currently writing new material and are due to release their debut EP in Spring 2012.

  • King Charles

    (131,561 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.

  • Lucy Rose

    (154,280 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.

  • Man Like Me

    (33,143 listeners)

    electronic, grime, indie, experimental

    Man Like Me are launching into 2010 by pushing their unique blend of British pop into new territory. This year you will see them play and release material that reflects a fresh approach to their earlier sound.

  • Michele Stodart

    (635 listeners)

    seen live

    Michele Stodart is a Trinidad-born English singer-songwriter, best known as the bassist and vocalist in UK folk-pop band The Magic Numbers, in which she performs alongside older brother Romeo.

  • My First Tooth

    (11,914 listeners)

    folk, all, freshnet, bbcintroducing

    Hailing from Northampton, UK, My First Tooth are an indie-folk outfit led by singer-songwriter Ross Witt and violinist Sophie Galpin.

  • Mystery Jets

    (594,076 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).

  • Spring Offensive

    (13,142 listeners)

    british, indie, rock, alternative

    Oxford 5-piece Spring Offensive are a relentlessly inventive guitar band complete with rich harmonies, pounding rhythms and dark lyrics. With a live show charged with energy, their influences include Death Cab for Cutie, The National and Wild Beasts.

  • Tall Ships

    (39,672 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

  • Talons

    (12,999 listeners)

    post-rock, math rock, instrumental, post-metal

    Talons are an instrumental band from Hereford, England. Signed to UK independent label Big Scary Monsters, their first single "The Pearl" was released in August 2009, followed by a series of limited edition split singles. An anthology containing all the works by the band, Commemorations, was released in September 2010.

  • Tellison

    (31,946 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, math rock, british

    Tellison are a four-piece alternative rock band from Hammersmith in West London. The four met after an earthquake on the Isle of Arran. Their powerful, guitar driven indie rock has gained them recognition, being featured on the hit comedy "The Inbetweeners" and have shared stages with bands like Biffy Clyro, Noah and the Whale, Tubelord, Hot Club de Paris, Johnny Foreigner and many many more.

  • The Low Anthem

    (211,406 listeners)

    folk, indie folk, acoustic, indie

    The Low Anthem are a folk quintet from Providence, Rhode Island, United States. They formed in 2006 and consist of multi-instrumentalists Ben Miller, Jeff Prystowsky, Jocie Adams, Mike Irwin and Tyler Osbourne. The band has released four albums: "The Low Anthem" (2006), "What the Crow Brings" (2007), "Oh My God, Charlie Darwin" (2009) and "Smart Flesh" (2011).

  • The Temper Trap

    (1,048,332 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

  • Theme Park

    (98,245 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.

  • This Town Needs Guns

    (116,082 listeners)

    math rock, indie, indie rock, post-rock

    This Town Needs Guns (officially shortened to "TTNG") are a math rock band originating from Oxford, United Kingdom. They were formed in 2004, and are currently signed to Sargent House (USA). Their debut full length album, Animals, was released in UK via Big Scary Monsters Recording Company in October 2008 and shortly after in the US via Sargent House Records.

  • Three Trapped Tigers

    (27,006 listeners)

    math rock, experimental, noise, electronic

    Three Trapped Tigers are an instrumental noisenik outfit from London who exhibit the precision of electronica, the raw intensity of rock music and the schizophrenic spontaneity of their electro-improv past. Not easily classifiable, but with influences ranging from Aphex Twin and Squarepusher to Lightning Bolt and Battles.

  • Tim Minchin

    (43,075 listeners)

    comedy, australian, piano, piano comedy

    Tim Minchin (born 1975) is an Australian comedian, actor, composer, songwriter, pianist, musical director and a self proclaimed rock 'n' roll megastar.

  • Turbowolf

    (20,048 listeners)

    hard rock, stoner rock, rock, punk rock

    Turbowolf are building an electronic noise temple above the crumbled pillars of rock music, with godzilla guitars battling broken junkstore keyboards.

  • Very Nice Harry

    (53 listeners)

    math rock, under 2000 listeners, indie pop, indie rock

    Very Nice Harry is an indie rock band from Didcot, UK formed in 2009. The lineup consists of Sam McNeill (vocals, guitar), Darryl Richardson (guitar), Mark Grafton (bass) and Pete Mercer (drums). The band cite some diverse influcences which give their sound a unique flavour. Elements of The Arctic Monkeys, Foals, and Oasis are spattered with ska beats and heavy metal riffs.

  • Villagers

    (191,601 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.

  • Yellow Fever

    (6,754 listeners)

    indie pop, austin, indie, austin tx

    There are (kind of) two artists who perform under the name Yellow Fever: 1) Yellow Fever changed their name to YellowFever(no space, capital 'F'), and are now known as Deep Time. http://www.myspace.com/yellerfever