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  • All Too Human

    (779 listeners)

    progressive metal, under 2000 listeners, metal, progressive

    ALL TOO HUMAN is a diverse band from the United States. They have been classified as a combination of progressive metal, power metal, heavy metal, hard rock, progressive rock, and other styles of music. Their influences range from Dream Theater, Rush, Queensryche, Black Sabbath, Planet X, Steve Vai, and numerous other artists.

  • Ballyhoo Eventide

    (9 listeners)

  • Bearfoot Beware

    (8,089 listeners)

    indie, alternative, math rock, all

    BEARFOOT BEWARE E: bearfootbeware@gmail.com Energetic, scrappy; Bearfoot Beware are an alternative rock band from Leeds.

  • Black Spiders

    (21,550 listeners)

    hard rock, stoner rock, british, rock

    The Black Spiders are a hard rock band from Sheffield, England, formed in 2008. All Black Spiders news at: http://theblackspiders.com/newsletter/signup Black Spiders hail from Sheffield, led by Pete ‘Spider’ Spiby with Ozzy ‘Owl’ Lister on guitar, Mark ‘Dark Shark’ Thomas also on guitar, ‘Tiger Si’ Atkinson on drums and Adam ‘Fox’ Irwin on bass.

  • Control Is Dead

    (12 listeners)

    metal, rock, emo, senses fail

    A 5 piece band formed within the scenic and peaceful...trashy surroundings of Keighley/Bradford. Catchy hooks, driving powerful verses and instrumental work that will leave you salivating at the mouth.

  • Deadwall

    (55 listeners)

    seen live

    Deadwall formed in February 2011. A string of successful early shows led to a sell-out performance at Leeds' 360 Club, soon followed by local radio play. Performing as a five piece, they feature fiercely loud, wonderfully free guitars set against a versatile, compelling voice with glistening Hammond, rigid Mellotron, and a pulsating rhythm section.

  • Delilah

    (107,690 listeners)

    soul, pop, trip-hop, experimental

    There are at least 2 bands known as "Delilah", and a singer known as "Delilah": - 1 - Delilah is an urban singer-songwriter from London, UK.

  • Den Miller

    (10 listeners)

    Formerly singer/guitarist of "The Spooks", a 1990s northern-UK based folk/rock band, now solo songwriter, musician and performer. "The Spooks" recorded an album, "Ta Verry Much" (why very has a double r is lost in the mists of time) which was enjoyed by a small but loyal following, none of whom were in the music industry. However, in 2006 this was digitally remastered and is now available on CD.

  • DJ Fresh

    (540,668 listeners)

    drum and bass, jungle, electronic, drum n bass

    There are at least two artists using the name "DJ Fresh". 1. Pseudonym for a solo project of Sasha Pavlovich of the Macedonian rock band SunS.

  • Down The Machine

    (68 listeners)

  • Foxes Faux

    (9 listeners)

    Foxes Faux are an English acoustic band that play a mix of folk, punk and country tinged music. They formed in Keighley, West Yorkshire, England and played their first gig at Victoria Hall in their home town in January 2009. The band often choose to busk or play acoustically over traditional gigs.

  • Hard-Fi

    (776,446 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, british, rock

    Hard-Fi are an English indie rock band formed in Staines, Middlesex in 2003. The band's continual members have been Richard Archer (vocals), Kai Stephens (bass guitar), Ross Phillips (guitar) and Steve Kemp (drums). Staines is a suburban location 16 miles (26 km) southwest of Central London that has significantly influenced their musical style and lyrics.

  • Jake Bugg

    (367,181 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.

  • Katzenjammer

    (83,324 listeners)

    folk, norwegian, folk rock, female vocalists

    There are, at least, three bands named Katzenjammer: 1. A folk group from Oslo, Norway 2. A British piano musical comedy duo 3. The original name of Kyuss

  • Kids in Glass Houses

    (195,726 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.

  • King Charles

    (133,075 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.

  • Long Trick

    (18 listeners)

    blues, harmonica, slide guitar, punk blues

    LONG TRICK - Long Trick want you to have a good time. Dammit THEY want to have a good time. However they can only achieve this their way. By writing and performing their own stuff.

  • Lunar Coup

    (0 listeners)

  • Martha Reeves

    (19,905 listeners)

    soul, usa, american, female vocalists

    She was Born Martha Rose Reeves, July 18, 1941 in Eufala Alabama. Just months later, her family moved to Detroit, Michigan for a brighter future.

  • Maverick Sabre

    (100,936 listeners)

    soul, hip-hop, alternative, british

    London born, Irish raised singer songwriter Maverick Sabre is breaking the mould. With his soulful voice and skillful guitar playing, he draws audiences in a leaves them in wonder. Silencing crowds with his lamenting social-political content, this young rising star is generating a lot of interest from press and booking agents alike.

  • Miles and Erica

    (32 listeners)

  • Nero

    (759,312 listeners)

    dubstep, drum and bass, electronic, dnb

    There is more than one artist with this name: 1. Dubstep and Drum and Bass producers from UK. 2. Rap artist from New York, USA. 3. Hardcore Techno alias of Alec Empire 4. Alternative Rock band From Ireland.

  • Peculiar Disco Moves

    (20 listeners)

  • Razorlight

    (1,376,944 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, british, rock

    Razorlight is an Anglo-Swedish band formed in London, United Kingdom in the summer of 2002 around singer/writer Johnny Borrell.

  • Return to aljustrel

    (248 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, love, psychedelic, progressive rock

  • Sadie And The Hotheads

    (447 listeners)

    folk, acoustic, singer-songwriter, under 2000 listeners

    Band: Sadie and the Hotheads. Album: I Can Wait Contact: www.sadieandthehotheads.com talktous@sadieandthehotheads.com www.myspace.com/sadieandthehotheads

  • Skinny Lister

    (16,696 listeners)

    folk, indie, british, english

    Skinny Lister are not your average, modern day, gentrified English folk group. Fronted by Dan Heptinstall and Lorna Thomas; a vocalist with a lusty cackle and flirtatious presence, the London based five-piece hail from across England. Borrowing the nickname from the Lister family, pioneers in the use of anesthetic, the band have grown naturally and organically over the past two years.

  • Small Words

    (22 listeners)

    Small Words are a happy-go-lucky 5 piece from Halifax, West Yorkshire. Formed at highschool in 2009 they have spread over their hometown like wildfire, playing ever pub and club you can find.

  • Space

    (154,048 listeners)

    electronic, synthpop, britpop, 80s

    There are different bands under the same name: 1. A French synthpop group active in the 1970's and the 1980's 2. A British alternative rock group 3. An alias of Jimmy Cauty of The KLF

  • Stooshe

    (73,760 listeners)

    pop, british, female vocalists, girl groups

    Stooshe is a 3 member British girl group based in Southeast London, UK. The group is comprised of Courtney Rumbold, Alex Buggs, and Karis Anderson. They debuted in March 2011 with the song "FUCK ME" The Love Me Songfacts reports that the song was reworked into a more radio-friendly single titled "Love Me" featuring a guest rap from Travie McCoy and with production by Future Cut.

  • talking to strangers

    (13 listeners)

  • The Charlatans

    (494,775 listeners)

    britpop, indie, madchester, british

    There have been two bands with the name The Charlatans. 1. An alternative rock band from the United Kingdom (1988-present) 2. A psychedelic rock band from the United States (1964-1969)

  • The Chevin

    (31,540 listeners)

    indie rock, alternative, british, rock

    From panoramic vistas from the peaks of stately Yorkshire ridges to drug-running ranches in the deserts of Texas, The Chevin are a band steeped in natural grandeur. They’re a band who

  • The Coopers

    (1,335 listeners)

    koenig, under 2000 listeners, indie, indie rock

    Happy folk sung by happy folk, with a twist of pop thrown in for good measure. The Coopers came to life when two breezy Aussies packed up in search of new sounds, picking up an Englishman and a Greek along the way.

  • The Idiot Bastard Band

    (2 listeners)

  • The Lancashire Hotpots

    (8,873 listeners)

    comedy, folk, lancashire, folk rock

    St. Helens, England “Twenty first century folk for twenty first century folk” ’ Ows tha doin cocker? Here’s some reet gradely stuff about everyone’s favourite North West folk singers the Lancashire Hotpots.

  • The Pigeon Detectives

    (574,727 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, british, britpop

    The Pigeon Detectives are a five piece indie rock band from Rothwell, Leeds with influences such as The Beatles, The Kinks and The Velvet Underground. Pigeon Detectives, who formed in 2002, found acclaim among DJs and the musical press when they performed at 2006 Reading and Leeds festivals, being tagged as the "band most likely to leap to the main stage in 2007".

  • The Simon Pollard Band

    (30 listeners)

    The Simon Pollard Band are a 4 piece Country/Pop/Rock band from Leeds. The New EP form The Simon Pollard Band "The Dark Before Dawn" was released at our EP Launch Party on the 16th of March at Empire in our Hometown of Leeds.

  • Ti Amo

    (190 listeners)

  • We Were Evergreen

    (39,928 listeners)

    indie pop, french, indie, all

    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.

  • White Lies

    (1,044,769 listeners)

    indie rock, post-punk, british, indie

    There are at least three artists who have used this name 1. A popular indie band from London, England 2. A singer from Belgium 3. A rock band from Devon, England

  • Yes Sire Boss

    (0 listeners)