Login or sign up for Last.fm to see this lineup filtered by your music taste!

Lineup (74)

Take this to the festival: Email lineup Print summary Print lineup

Sort alphabetically Sort by popularity
  • 65daysofstatic

    (487,818 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).

  • Alarm Bells

    (255 listeners)

    scottish, location:uk:sct:glasgow, new2me, tge2013

    Dananananaykroyd fall out band. http://alarmbells.bandcamp.com/

  • alt-J

    (788,939 listeners)

    indie, electronic, british, alternative

    Alt-J (sometimes stylised ∆) was formed when Gwil Sainsbury (guitar, bass), Joe Newman (guitar, vocals), Gus Unger-Hamilton (keyboards) and Thom Green (drums) met at Leeds, UK University in 2007. The band currently resides in Cambridge.

  • Amusement

    (444 listeners)

    shoegaze, alternative rock, experimental, experimental rock

    Over the past 12 months, Croydon based Amusement have undergone a metamorphosis of sorts. Initially a bedroom production duo, they’ve grown into a fully formed live band, with members Andy Smith (keys), Joe Sigee (guitar), Ulysses Alvarez (drums) and Holly Hardy (bass).

  • Artmagic

    (680 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, seen live

    Artmagic is a collaboration between guitarist Richard Oakes and producer / vocalist Sean McGhee. Richard Oakes : Guitars, bass, piano, keyboards Sean McGhee : Voice, synthesizers, programming. Sean McGhee has worked on several hit singles and successful albums with Britney Spears, Sugababes, Robyn, Kate Havnevik, Imogen Heap, Frou Frou, Temposhark and many more.

  • Benga

    (263,799 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, grime, dub

    Benga (born Adegbenga Adejumo) is a UK music producer from Croydon, and is part of the Big Apple Records label. Being inspired by Wookie and an associate of producer Skream, Benga released his debut 12", "Skank," in late 2002. A co-production with Skream called "The Judgement" appeared on Big Apple in early 2003, and also on "Dubstep Allstars Vol.

  • Beth Jeans Houghton

    (22,808 listeners)

    indie folk, folk, singer-songwriter, female vocalists

    Beth Jeans Houghton (born 1990) is an English singer-songwriter from Newcastle upon Tyne. During her career she has garnered a reputation as an antidote to other acoustic songstresses. With her alternative blend of experimental folk, Houghton has been hailed by the NME in 2008 as "a Joni Mitchell for the anti-folk generation".

  • Bridie Jackson and The Arbour

    (1,884 listeners)

    freak folk, newcastle upon tyne, female vocals, female vocalists

    Bridie Jackson and The Arbour are from Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK. They won the Glastonbury Emerging Talent Competition in 2013, securing slots on two of the Festival's main stages. More information can be found at www.bridieandthearbour.com

  • Bwana

    (17,501 listeners)

    future garage, electronic, 11, funk

    There are at least two artists using the name Bwana. 1) Bwana (Nathan Micay) is a young Canadian electronic music producer currently living in Leeds, United Kingdom. He released his debut EP "Over & Done" in 2012

  • Champion

    (120,412 listeners)

    hardcore, straight edge, hardcore punk, youth crew

    There are four known artists with this name: 1) Energetic, positive Straight Edge Hardcore from Seattle.

  • Charli XCX

    (486,008 listeners)

    electronic, synthpop, pop, female vocalists

    Charli XCX, born Charlotte Emma Aitchison on 2 August 1992, is an English singer-songwriter. Her debut album, True Romance, was released in April of 2013.

  • Chew Lips

    (129,705 listeners)

    electronic, electropop, indie, female vocalists

    Chew Lips are three kids - Tigs (vocals), James Watkins (bass, synths) and Will Sanderson (guitar, synths) - from London who play infectious lo-fi tech tunes and have been together since about March 2008. They have released two singles, the self-produced 'Solo' and its follow-up, 'Salt Air', through Kitsune, and their debut album, 'Unicorn,' came out in January 2010.

  • Childhood

    (36,942 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, surf rock, new age

    When Childhood was formed back in 2012, the band had no songs and, according to frontman Ben Romans-Hopcraft, had never even played a single note. Having met fellow founder & guitarist Leo Dobsen at Nottingham University, the band were quickly joined by Dan Salamons on bass and their first single ‘Blue Velvet’, erupted onto the scene, an impressive debut and an exciting sign of what was to come.

  • Cornell Campbell & Top Cat

    (0 listeners)

  • Crushed Beaks

    (7,850 listeners)

    shoegaze, nme new bands, rock, indie

    Beginning life as a duo, Crushed Beaks’ Alex Morris and Matt Poile quickly garnered a reputation for real, visceral, gut punching live shows so it makes sense that they created an album to match. With new recruit Scott Bowley on bass, their latest release Scatter blends the band’s love of horror films and trashy guitars into an intense, gritty, action-packed listen.

  • Cymbals

    (45,521 listeners)

    japanese, shibuya-kei, female vocalists, pop

    There are several artists named 'Cymbals' : 1) Cymbals are a London-based four piece signed to Tough Love Records. 2) Cymbals were a Japanese rock band active from 1997-2003

  • Elijah & Skilliam

    (1,799 listeners)

    grime, electronic, rinse fm, butterz

    Elijah & Skilliam are Grime Djs from East London, UK. They both run popular grime blog Butterz.co.uk, which has interviews, free downloads, and videos with some of the best in the scene. They have been on Rinse FM since the end of 2008 and so far has had Terror Danjah, Swindle, Rude Kid, Silencer and DJ Spyro DJ JJ and Oneman as special guests.

  • Esben and the Witch

    (95,473 listeners)

    post-punk, experimental, electronic, indie

    Esben and the Witch is an indie rock trio from Brighton, England. The band members are Rachel Davies, Daniel Copeman and Thomas Fisher. They named themselves after a Danish fairytale.

  • Field Music

    (175,921 listeners)

    indie, indie pop, british, indie rock

    Field Music are from Sunderland in the north-east of England. They make experimental pop music. The band is led by brothers Peter and David Brewis.

  • Frankie & The Heartstrings

    (72,556 listeners)

    indie, indie pop, alternative, indie rock

    Frankie & The Heartstrings are a 5-piece band from Sunderland, Northeast, United Kingdom. Their first single, 'Hunger/Fragile' was released at the beginning of 2010.

  • Frankie Rose

    (146,305 listeners)

    dream pop, indie, lo-fi, alternative

    As a founding member, songwriter, instrumentalist and vocalist in Vivian Girls and drummer and occasional vocalist in Crystal Stilts, Frankie Rose has been an integral part of two of the most highly acclaimed and influential groups to come out of Brooklyn's still-vital music scene in the past several years.

  • Future of the Left

    (74,486 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).

  • Grooverider

    (33,228 listeners)

    drum and bass, jungle, drum n bass, dnb

    Grooverider (born Raymond Bingham) is the stage name of a drum'n'bass DJ from London. Grooverider began his DJing career at illegal raves and warehouse parties in Britain in the late eighties, and rose to prominence with partner Fabio through his innovative sets at influential club nights such as Rage and Speed.

  • Holland

    (8,747 listeners)

    nwobhm, indie, heavy metal, electronic

    There are several artists with name Holland: 1. hollAnd is an avante-garde/indie singer/composer named Trevor Kampmann who aside from releasing over 9 releases since 1997 with the 'hollAnd' moniker…

  • Hookworms

    (42,279 listeners)

    psychedelic rock, noise rock, psychedelic, indie

    "A relatively new five piece psychedelic rock group in the vein of Spacemen 3. Dense Wooden Shjips-esque grooves play repetitious host to echo drenched spiritual wailing and astral synth drone. "

  • Ifan Dafydd

    (14,526 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, future garage, post-dubstep

    The mysterious Ifan Dafydd (pronounced ee-van daa-vith) released his debut single No Good on August 15th, 2011, on vinyl only.

  • Jackmaster

    (3,452 listeners)

    electronic, lollapalooza 2011, 1986-01-11, geohash:gcuvz0dsqjgk

    As well as being the co-founder of Numbers – one of the UK’s fastest rising record labels and party planners – Jackmaster is one hell of a DJ.

  • James Yorkston

    (55,662 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, fife, scotland

    James Yorkston (born in 1971 in Kingsbarns, Fife) is a Scottish folk musician. In addition to recordings under his own name, he released a number of albums between 2002 and 2006 as James Yorkston and The Athletes. In 2009 he released an album as James Yorkston & The Big Eyes Family Players.

  • Joanna Gruesome

    (38,419 listeners)

    noise pop, indie pop, indie rock, indie

    Joanna Gruesome are a five piece band from Cardiff (Wales) and England, UK. Joanna Gruesome were formed in 2010 in Cardiff at the suggestion of an anger management class. Their debut album, written in occultist Brighton hotel The Hell House and produced by MJ of Hookworms, was released on Slumberland Records (USA) and Fortuna Pop! (UK).

  • Johnny Foreigner

    (135,557 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.

  • Julio Bashmore

    (122,741 listeners)

    house, electronic, uk funky, experimental

    Mathew Walker from Bristol,UK may have appeared to burst on to the scene in late 2009, but the lead up to the Julio Bashmore EP for Claude VonStroke's highly influential Dirtybird label was essentially a lifetime in the making.

  • Kappa Gamma

    (502 listeners)

    nottingham, geography rock, seen live

    What is Kappa Gamma? Kappa Gamma is Greek for an incomprehensible language. Kappa Gamma is the incorrect observation of the Highway Code. Kappa Gamma is a papier-mâché training bra. Kappa Gamma is the curiosity that killed YOUR cat. Kappa Gamma is Bruce Forsyth's favourite band.

  • Keep Shelly In Athens

    (121,532 listeners)

    chillwave, electronic, lo-fi, lounge

    Keep Shelly in Athens are an electronic / downtempo duo from Athens, Greece. Their debut 12" vinyl EP, "In Love With Dusk" released in 2010 and quickly sold-out.

  • Kill It Kid

    (29,447 listeners)

    british, blues, indie, 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.

  • Kult Country

    (1,385 listeners)

    indie, noise, shoegaze, post-punk

    Manchester, UK. http://www.facebook.com/KULTCOUNTRY http://www.kultcountry.co.uk/

  • Let's Buy Happiness

    (12,070 listeners)

    indie, english, female vocalists, alternative

    Having formed over a mutual love of North American alternative rock, the 5 piece consisting of; Sarah Hall (vocals) James Hall (guitar/keys), Graeme Martin (guitars), Mark Brown (bass) and James King (drums) began playing local shows in their hometown of Newcastle (England) for their own enjoyment; However it wasn't long until their melodic, melancholy songs took them to greater heights.

  • Logan Sama

    (848 listeners)

    grime, uk grime, uk garage, awesome

    Influential grime DJ from London, UK who progressed from notorious pirate station Rinse FM to a weekly show on Kiss 100. Download Logan Sama Show rips here: http://www.grimegenre.com/wiki/Logan_Sama_Rips - http://www.myspace.com/logansama

  • Lulu James

    (22,725 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.

  • Mark Morriss

    (3,835 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, all, 1971-10-18, geohash:gcpsz3nzvfgs

    Mark James Morriss (born October 18, 1971 in England) is the lead singer and songwriter for English band The Bluetones, as well as older brother of bassist Scott Morriss. The Bluetones have released five albums, two 'Best Ofs' and have had a clutch of top 40 singles. They are one of the few bands who can genuinely said to have "survived Britpop."

  • Mazes

    (44,386 listeners)

    lo-fi, garage rock, indie, folk

    There are two bands named Mazes. (1) Mazes (comprising of Jack Cooper on vocals and guitar, Neil Robinson on drums, Jarin Tabata on guitars and Conan Roberts on bass) formed in early 2009 in Manchester and began their life touring with Pens and Wavves before going on to play shows and tour with bands such as Deerhunter, Thee Oh Sees, Sic Alps, Box Elders, Dum Dum Girls and Crocodiles.

  • Midland

    (24,967 listeners)

    deep house, house, electronic, tech house

    London-based producer Midland aka Harry Agius first gained attention through his well received collaborations with Pearson Sound aka Ramadanman, released on Will Saul's Aus Music imprint. Midland has also raised attention with his solo efforts for London's Phonica and More Music, all sitting comfortably between dreamy deep house, soulful techno and UK bass-influenced sounds.

  • Mr. Scruff

    (698,931 listeners)

    electronic, ninja tune, trip-hop, acid jazz

    Mr. Scruff is the recording name of Andy Carthy (born in 10 February 1972 in Macclesfield, Cheshire, England), a British DJ and artist. He lives in Stockport, Greater Manchester, and studied fine art at the Psalter Lane campus of Sheffield Hallam University. Before he could make a living from his music alone, he worked as a shelf-stacker in the Burton Road branch of Quack Save.

  • Ms. Dynamite

    (174,673 listeners)

    hip-hop, rnb, female vocalists, british

    Niomi Arleen McLean-Daley (born; 26 April 1981) and popularly known as Ms. Dynamite is a double Brit Award and three time MOBO Awards winning R&B, UK garage, and hip hop singer and rapper.

  • Peace

    (161,869 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.

  • Raf Daddy

    (3 listeners)

  • Rafiki Jazz

    (67 listeners)

    tramlines 2012

    RAFIKI JAZZ are the UK’s fast-rising world music collective playing tracks from their acclaimed new debut album More Big Muzik from Over There! (KONICD09) As a big & diverse family of star African & Latin diaspora musicians and outstanding local singers & music-makers, they stretch out together in an inspired fusion playing gloriously ambitious contemporary global dance music.

  • Rebel MC

    (13,631 listeners)

    jungle, ragga jungle, drum and bass, drum n bass

    The 80's popster turned proto-jungle revolutionary was born Michael West in 1965 in London. He formed Double Trouble in the early '80s with Michael Menson and Leigh Guest, releasing the ska-pop hit "Street Tuff".

  • Reverend and the Makers

    (226,538 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, british, electronic

    Reverend (aka Jon McClure) hails from the musically-renowned land of Sheffield, UK. Before this project he sang for Judan Suki and 1984 finding underground local fame and getting a name for himself.

  • Robberie

    (8 listeners)

    indiepop, folk, acoustic, indie

    Acoustic indiepop from Sheffield. ‘Pretty, heartfelt songs you’ll instantly fall in love with’ – Sparklemotion ‘Beautiful indie-folk’ – Christian Carlisle, Radio Sheffield

  • Rolo Tomassi

    (56,015 listeners)

    experimental, mathcore, grindcore, noisecore

    Rolo Tomassi are an experimental extreme punk band from Sheffield, England. Their name is taken from the fictional character Rollo Tomasi in the film LA Confidential. The band formed in 2005 and set their local scene alight by playing a synth driven technical mix of styles and genres difficult to define in a single word.