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  • Paul Oakenfold

    (732,003 listeners)

    trance, electronic, dance, techno

    Paul Oakenfold (born August 30, 1963 in Greenhithe, Kent, England) is a world famous DJ and producer, whose works have helped define the mainstream of trance & elecronica.

  • Madeleine Peyroux

    (689,050 listeners)

    jazz, female vocalists, blues, vocal jazz

    Madeleine Peyroux is a jazz singer who was born in 1974 in Athens, Georgia, USA, and raised in New York City and Paris, France. She is noted for her vocal style, which is highly reminiscent of Billie Holiday. Madeleine also has qualities similar to Ella Fitzgerald. Though Peyroux may remind some listeners of Holiday, there are differences, and she has her own sense of phrasing and interpretation.

  • UB40

    (715,074 listeners)

    reggae, 80s, pop, ska

    UB40 are a British dub / reggae pop music band formed in 1978 in Birmingham, England. The band is one of the most culturally diverse dub Ska bands with musicians of English, Scottish, Irish, Yemeni and Jamaican parentage.

  • Heaven 17

    (280,936 listeners)

    new wave, 80s, synthpop, synth pop

    Heaven 17 is a British synthpop band originating in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England that was formed in 1980, having much 80s success with their electronic sound.

  • Finley Quaye

    (261,663 listeners)

    reggae, chillout, indie, singer-songwriter

    Finley Quaye (born 25 March 1974, Edinburgh, Scotland) is a British musician. He won the 1997 Mobo Award for best reggae act, and the 1998 BRIT Award for Best British Male Solo Artist. Quaye is the youngest son of jazz musician Cab Kaye, the half-brother of guitarist Caleb Quaye, and brother of jazz musician Terri Quaye.

  • Roni Size

    (218,897 listeners)

    drum and bass, drum n bass, electronic, jungle

    Roni started on the path of production when he was thrown out of school aged 16, but music had always been a part of his life. Born and raised in Bristol, the sounds of the 70s blues parties and sound-systems happening in the St Pauls area of the city infected Roni's bones.

  • Aswad

    (187,764 listeners)

    reggae, dub, roots reggae, ska

    Aswad ("Black" in Arabic) are a long-lasting British reggae group, noted for adding strong R&B, soul, and soca influences to the reggae sound. They have been performing since the early 1970s, and have released a total of twenty-one albums.

  • The Pretty Things

    (181,731 listeners)

    psychedelic, psychedelic rock, 60s, classic rock

    The Pretty Things are a 1960s and 1970s rock and roll band from London. They pioneered a raw approach to rhythm and blues (and later, psychedelia) that influenced a number of key bands of the 1960s British invasion, particularly The Rolling Stones, and David Bowie whose first hero was Phil May.

  • Bad Manners

    (161,266 listeners)

    ska, two-tone, british, 2 tone

    Bad Manners are an English 2-Tone Ska band fronted by Buster Bloodvessel (born Douglas Trendle, 6 September 1958, in the borough of Hackney), and formed in 1976 at Woodberry Down Comprehensive School, North London, where the members studied. Reportedly, none of the eight members could play any instrument when they started.

  • Alabama 3

    (167,871 listeners)

    alternative, blues, country acid house, country

    Alabama 3 are a band originating from Brixton, England, their music incorporates elements of country, acid house, blues and gospel.

  • The Selecter

    (145,927 listeners)

    ska, two-tone, british, 2 tone

    The Selecter are a British ska revival band from Coventry, formed in the late 1970s as one of the essential bands of the British ska movement.

  • The Beat

    (148,967 listeners)

    ska, two-tone, new wave, 80s

    There were two bands named The Beat, both active at the same time in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Both bands mutually decided to use different names while operating different parts of the world: 1) The English two-tone ska band The Beat were known as The English Beat in North America and The British Beat in Australia.

  • Maxi Priest

    (149,552 listeners)

    reggae, smooth reggae, pop, lovers rock

    Maxi Priest (born Max Alfred Elliott on June 10, 1961) is a reggae singer from England. Career Of West Indian descent, and the second youngest of nine children, he was born in Lewisham, London. He is known as the 'King of Lovers Rock'. His music is sometimes closer to R&B, and pop, than to reggae music itself.

  • Macka B

    (69,205 listeners)

    reggae, dancehall, ragga, dub

    Macka B is a British-born reggae artist, performer and activist with a career spanning almost 30 years in the United Kingdom and Jamaica. He is also a practicing Rastafarian.

  • Misty In Roots

    (46,989 listeners)

    reggae, roots reggae, roots, dub

    With a career spanning four decades, Misty in Roots are one of the UK’s finest reggae groups. The band was one of the most powerful live reggae acts to emerge from 1970s London, and they were a major force in the Rock Against Racism movement.

  • Marshall JeffersonUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (57,215 listeners)

    house, chicago house, acid house, electronic

    Marshall Jefferson (born September 19, 1959) is widely regarded as one of the leading innovators of the genre of music now known as house music, in particular the subgenre of Chicago house. Born in Chicago, Illinois he was originally a producer in the Universal recording studios in Chicago it is here that he met owner of Trax Records, Larry Sherman.

  • Talisman

    (33,529 listeners)

    hard rock, melodic rock, aor, rock

    There are at least two bands called Talisman: 1. Talisman, from Bristol, England, UK, formed in 1977 and were one of the UK's top Roots Reggae bands in the late 1970s and early 1980s.The band's prowess earned them support slots with acts as diverse as Burning Spear, The Clash and The Rolling Stones.

  • Baka Beyond

    (30,626 listeners)

    african, world, celtic, world music

    Baka Beyond is a world music group formed in 1992 with members from a wide variety of backgrounds and cultures, fusing Celtic and other western music styles with traditional Baka music from Cameroon.

  • Black Roots

    (31,805 listeners)

    reggae, roots reggae, dub, roots

    Black Roots began their musical journey in 1979. They are based in the St Paul’s area of Bristol England.

  • Sarah Jane Morris

    (16,394 listeners)

    jazz, female vocalists, soul, 80s

    Born in England, is a popular jazz, rock and R&B singer and songwriter. She found fame initially with the Communards , who are best known for their hit "Don't Leave Me This Way". She has also recorded as a solo artist, releasing seven albums. These have enjoyed most popularity in Italy and Greece .

  • The OvertonesUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (18,011 listeners)

    british, doo-wop, pop, garage rock

    The Overtones are a five-piece British-Irish doo-wop boy band from London, formed in 2010. They were discovered by a Warner Brothers talent scout while working as decorators in a shop near Oxford Street, singing during their tea break. Their debut album Good Ol' Fashioned Love entered the UK album chart at number 40 on its release on November 1, following 5,371 sales in its first week.

  • Terrakota

    (8,316 listeners)

    reggae, portugal, world, portuguese

    From TerraKota flourishes a natural music deep rooted in the Black continent, inspired by the Saharan, Caribbean, Hindu and the Western sounds that rise under the Jamaican sun.

  • The London Community Gospel Choir

    (7,343 listeners)

    gospel, christian, worship, black gospel

    From the soundtrack of the Lion King, to X-Factor performances, to Wayne Rooney’s wedding and now the ITV Theme for The FA Cup - The London Community Gospel Choir (LCGC) is the nation’s favourite choir!

  • Larkin Poe

    (6,065 listeners)

    country, female vocalists, folk, indie

    In January 2010, after saying ‘farewell’ to The Lovell Sisters, the musical story of Rebecca Lovell and Megan Lovell moved to their new band, Larkin Poe.

  • Junior Marvin

    (3,517 listeners)

    reggae, soul, reggae-dub-ska, conscious

    Junior Marvin (aka Junior Kerr aka Junior Hanson aka Julian Marvin) is a Jamaican born guitarist. Junior met Bob Marley on February 14, 1977 (Valentine's Day) and thereafter joined Bob Marley and The Wailers Band. After Bob Marley passed Junior carried on the music of The Wailers Band releasing albums ID, Majestic Warriors, Jah Message, and My Friends.

  • Smith and Mighty

    (1,864 listeners)

    chillout, dubstep, lounge, downtempo

  • The Blockheads

    (2,153 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, new wave, rock, pub rock

    The Blockheads are an English rock and roll band. Having played with Ian Dury for many years (as Ian Dury and the Blockheads), the Blockheads continued to play together following Dury's death (due to colorectal cancer) in 2000. In 2009, the Blockheads released the album Staring Down The Barrel.

  • Cameron Pierre

    (1,167 listeners)

    jazz, guitar, jazz guitar, cover

    Born in London, Cameron was raised on the Caribbean island of Dominica. Like most of his peers, Cameron's early musical influences were Bob Marley, Burning Spear, Jimmy Cliff, and a host of artists from that era of popular Jamaican music, oh, and Stevie Wonder.

  • Norman Jay

    (1,167 listeners)

    good grooves, funk, pop, chillout

    Norman Jay MBE (b. Notting Hill, London) is an innovative and pioneering British DJ. He first came to prominence playing unlicensed or 'warehouse' parties in the early 1980s, such as Shake 'n' Fingerpop. His diverse and deep musical knowledge and his refusal to be restricted to playing from any single genre distinguishes him from his peers.

  • Danny Rampling

    (1,218 listeners)

    house, electronic, dance, techno

    Danny Rampling is a British based House Music DJ, widely credited as one of the founders of the UK's rave/club scene. His long career began in the early 1980s playing hip-hop, soul and funk around numerous bars and clubs in London.

  • Neville Staple

    (1,198 listeners)

    ska, male vocalists, uk, need to find to rate

    Neville Staple was a composer and a singer for The Specials, and was one of the founding members of the Fun Boy Three.

  • Joe Cang

    (946 listeners)

    jazz, blues, classic jazz, my godfather

    Joe Cang is a British artist from London that has played with several bands most notably Marianne Faithful on her latest tour around Europe.

  • Gregg Kofi Brown

    (834 listeners)

    african, africa, smooth jazz, ghana

    Gregg Kofi Brown has been a member of the world class African pioneers OSIBISA for over 22 years and has travelled all over the world promoting the music of Ghana.

  • Peter Hook

    (3,029 listeners)

    new wave, post-punk, british, perfectbass

    Peter "Hooky" Hook (born February 13, 1956 in Salford, Lancashire) was the bass player for the English Post-Punk band Joy Division, and the techno/rock band New Order.

  • 808state

    (318 listeners)

    808 state

  • Kitten and The Hip

    (962 listeners)

  • The Phoenix Rose

    (39 listeners)

    all, spotify

  • Soul 11 Soul

    (39 listeners)

  • Manos De Dios

    (0 listeners)

  • The Dennis Rollins Velocity Trio

    (0 listeners)

  • Kakatsitsi Master Drummers

    (0 listeners)