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  • 't Hof van Commerce

    (0 listeners)

    belgian, hip-hop, belgium, hip hop

    't Hof van Commerce ("The Court of Commerce") is one of the exponents of the wave of frithop groups that made a breakthrough in Belgium in 1998. This scene is a bunch of hiphop groups who are rapping in their own dialect.

  • 100% Dynamite

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  • Absynthe Minded

    (103,421 listeners)

    belgian, alternative, indie, rock

    The Belgian alternative rock outfit Absynthe Minded is heavily influenced by thirties jazz, soul, Merseyside pop, balkan and gypsy music.

  • Aeroplane

    (148,001 listeners)

    There are several artists known as Aeroplane: 1) Vito de Luca: http://www.myspace.com/aeroplanemusiclove http://www.aeroplanemusic.be

  • Arsenal

    (67,251 listeners)

    There are 7 artists by the name Arsenal. 1: Arsenal is a Belgian music band formed in '99 by Hendrik Willemyns & John Roan. The music of Hendrik Willemyns & John Roan delivers a smoothly produced lounge funk, and first appeared with the EP RELEASE from '99.

  • Beenie Man

    (324,245 listeners)

    dancehall, reggae, ragga, jamaica

    Anthony Moses Davis (born August 22, 1973 in Kingston, Jamaica), better known by the stage name Beenie Man, is a well established reggae artist and DJ.

  • Cassius

    (0 listeners)

    house, electronic, dance, french

    There are 2 bands with the name Cassius: an electronic (dance) music duo from Paris, France and a metalcore band from Richmond, Virginia (US).

  • Chef'Special

    (44,327 listeners)

    funk, rock, rap, ska

    Chef'Special, that's one tasty cocktail of bouncing Hiphop, pounding Rock, catchy Pop and laidback Reggae. We're talking about a five-piece band from Haarlem the Netherlands that is renowned for its incredibly energetic and dynamic live show. Joshua Nolet - Vocals

  • Customs

    (21,398 listeners)

    post-punk, indie rock, belgian, indie

    Customs is a rock band from Leuven, Belgium, formed in 2008. A combo of four retrofuturists, known for melody, atmosphere and mathematical edge. Influences detected by several journalists include: The House of Love, Echo & The Bunnymen, The Sound, Red Lorry Yellow Lorry and Cocteau Twins.

  • Danger

    (312,194 listeners)

    electro, electronic, french, house

    There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Danger is an electronic music artist from Lyon, France.

  • David Rodigan

    (1,263 listeners)

    reggae, london, house, dance

    In 1983 Rodigan returned to Jamaica to do a series of broadcasts for Capital. There he met Barry Gordon, a popular Jamaican radio DJ who invited him because he plays music, he doesn’t go into politics.” Barry G is still amazed by Rodigan’s devotion to the history of reggae and his willingness to learn the history and origin of a song.“He makes it his duty to experience it; he has mastered it.

  • De Jeugd van Tegenwoordig

    (91,776 listeners)

    hip-hop, dutch, nederhop, rap

    De Jeugd van Tegenwoordig ("The Youth Of Today") is a hip-hop group formed in Amsterdam, The Netherlands in 2005.

  • Dope D.O.D.

    (49,288 listeners)

    hip-hop, grime, underground hip-hop, dubstep

    Jay Reaper and Skits Vicious are the Duo Of Darkness, together with Dopey Rotten they form the crew Dope D.O.D. representing from Holland, England to Africa. These beings have roots across the globe and beyond. They spread their knowledge by rapping, translating their extra terrestrial dialects into one of the most common spoken languages by humans: english.

  • Drumsound & Bassline Smith

    (118,653 listeners)

    drum and bass, dubstep, drum n bass, jungle

    Drum & Bass would not be the same without Drumsound & Bassline Smith (aka Andy Wright, Benjamin Wiggett and Simon Bassline Smith).

  • Erol Alkan

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    electronic, electro, electronica, techno

    At the end of 2006, Erol Alkan was at a crossroads. He’d been voted DJ of the year by Mixmag. He’d made landmark, expectation-defying remixes for bands he loved: a crunching “glam racket” reworking of ‘Do You Want To’ for Franz Ferdinand, a wonderfully wistful reinterpretation of Hot Chip’s ‘Boy From School’…

  • Fat Freddy's Drop

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    dub, reggae, new zealand, chillout

    Fat Freddy's Drop is a 7 piece live Dub/Reggae band from Wellington, New Zealand. Founded in 2001, the current lineup consists of DJ Fitchie, Joe Dukie, Toby Chang, HoPepa, Chopper Reedz, Jetlag Johnson, and Dobie Blaze. The name "Fat Freddy's Drop" is a reference to a piece of blotter art that was circulating in the NZ dance scene in the late 90's.

  • Felix Da Housecat

    (455,448 listeners)

    electronic, house, electroclash, electro

    Felix da Housecat (born Felix Stallings Jr. on , 1971 in Chicago, Illinois) is a DJ and record producer. He was born in Highland Park Hospital. Felix is a producer and DJ mostly known for house music and electroclash.

  • Friction

    (62,423 listeners)

    drum and bass, punk, emo, japanese punk

    There are multiple artists by the name of Friction: 1.) Friction was an early 90's Midwest post-hardcore/indie rock band based out of Illinois from 1991 to 1994.

  • Goose

    (241,873 listeners)

    (1) Dance/electro rock band from Kortrijk, Belgium. (2) Post- Rock/Noise Band from Thailand (3) 16 piece Funk Band, Adelaide, Australia (4) Rock Band Cicinnati, Ohio, USA (5) Dark Ambient project by Brett Lunceford

  • Groove Armada

    (1,310,604 listeners)

    electronic, chillout, house, dance

    Groove Armada is an electronic music group from Cambridge, United Kingdom, composed of two members, Andy Cato (real name Andrew Cocup) and Tom Findlay.

  • Housemeister

    (49,301 listeners)

    electronic, techno, electro, german

    Housemeister is flying high over Berlin, filling the gaps between Techno, Electro and punk. He likes his very own definition of dancefloor craze. After 12 years as dj, his first productions were released in 2002.

  • Jah Cure

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    Jah Cure (real name Siccature Alcock) is a Jamaican reggae musician. He was born on October 11th, 1978 in Hanover, Jamaica and raised in Kingston. He was given the name Jah Cure by Capleton whom he met while growing up in Kingston. His first big break came in 1997 when he released the single "King of the Jungle" which was a duet with Sizzla.

  • Jah MasonUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (128,713 listeners)

    reggae, dancehall, ragga, rasta

    Born in Manchester, Jamaica, reggae singer Jah Mason made his debut in 1991 with the single "Selassie I Call We.

  • Kavinsky

    (666,681 listeners)

    electronic, electro, french, dance

    Kavinsky, also known as Vincent Belorgey, is an electro house artist from Paris, France, and has released EPs on the Record Makers label and another one with Fool's Gold label. He has worked with several prominent electro artists including Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and SebastiAn. OutRun, his first studio album, was released in 2013.

  • KillSonik

    (17,733 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, drum and bass, filthstep

    London based Luca Gulotta and Joe Erskine aka KillSonik rose like a phoenix from the ashes of dubstep behemoth Chasing Shadows.

  • Kraantje Pappie

    (23,287 listeners)

    nederhop, hip-hop, dutch, groningen

    2012 has been the year wherein Kraantje Pappie in Holland as well as in Belgium had his breakthrough with his debut album “Crane”.

  • Mr. Scruff

    (691,268 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.

  • N-Type

    (27,920 listeners)

    dubstep, grime, electronic, dub

    N-Type is a dubstep DJ / producer / label owner who reigns from the deep south UK ( Surrey in-fact ). He has been knocking about on the underground scene for many years. He began mixing drum and bass in the late 90's at the age 14.

  • Pow Pow Movement

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    reggae, dancehall, funk, dub

  • Riton

    (42,187 listeners)

    electro, electronic, electroclash, techno

    Riton is electronica DJ / musician Henry Smithson. After graduating from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, he began DJing at Newcastle's "Shindig" nightclub. There, he was discovered by Mark Rae and signed to Grand Central Records independent record label. Like Rae, he then worked in Manchester's Fat City Records label/distribution/retail outlet.

  • School Is Cool

    (19,833 listeners)

    belgian, indie, alternative, humos rock rally

    School is Cool are an indie sextet from Belgium, founded in late 2009. Debut album 'Entropology' (2011) introduced Belgium, the Netherlands and France to School is Cool's indiepop in the form of a 16-song chaotic cathedral-like structure of energetic drums, eighties synths, dark, apocalyptic lyrics and grand, baroque choruses, produced by Das Pop's Reinhard Vanbergen.

  • Sentinel

    (6,777 listeners)

    deathcore, indie pop, indie, soundsystem

    There are six artists using this name: 1) The seeds of this sunny seaside dream-pop began when Tarabud (vocals & bass), Dennis Bestafka (guitars), & Billy Mowery (drums) joined forces after a chance meeting in the San Francisco music scene.

  • Shy FX

    (106,248 listeners)

    drum and bass, jungle, dnb, drum n bass

    Shy FX is the pseudonym of Andre Williams (born 1977), an English drum and bass musician from London. He is best known for one of his earliest singles, 1994's "Original Nuttah", with UK Apache.

  • Sizzla

    (385,783 listeners)

    reggae, dancehall, ragga, jamaica

    Sizzla Kalonji (real name Miguel Orlando Collins) is a Jamaican reggae musician. He was born on 17 April 1976, in St Mary, Jamaica, of devout Rastafari parents and raised in August Town. He is unusually prolific, even by Jamaican standards. Sizzla has worked with such artists as Mobb Deep.

  • Stamina MC

    (179 listeners)

    london, house, electronica, dnb

    Emcee/ Drum & Bass / Hip Hop / Down-tempo/ Grime From, Londinium, London and South East United Kingdom.

  • The Dandy Warhols

    (1,088,165 listeners)

    indie, rock, alternative, indie rock

    The Dandy Warhols is an American alternative rock band formed in Portland, Oregon in 1993. The band was founded by lead singer Courtney Taylor-Taylor, keyboardist Zia McCabe, guitarist Peter Holmström, and drummer Eric Hedford. Hedford left in 1998 to be replaced by Taylor-Taylor's cousin Brent DeBoer. The band's name is a pun on the name of American pop artist Andy Warhol.

  • The Inspector Cluzo

    (4,232 listeners)

    rock, funk rock, french, funk

    A guitar player, a drummer… that’s all. Magical groove, original feeling and sharped sense of rowdy rythm make The Inspector Cluzo the funkiest rock duet in the world...

  • The Magician

    (73,340 listeners)

    house, electronic, disco, dance

    There are two artists known as The Magician. (1) The Magician is Belgian Stephen Fasano, ex-member of the disco act Aeroplane. (2) Nathan Moes, Canadian pop musician.

  • The Slackers

    (129,347 listeners)

    ska, reggae, rocksteady, traditional ska

    One of New York's most notable ska bands, the Slackers formed in Brooklyn in 1991 and have played the world over many times since. Their first release was an eponymous self-released album, distributed by Moon Records in 1993 on cassette. Their first real debut is "Better Late Than Never" on Moon Ska Records.

  • Trixie Whitley

    (22,229 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, belgian, soul, female vocalists

    Born in Ghent- Belgium (June 24, 1987), in a family of artists, musicians and poets. She moved with her parents to New York when she was a year old.

  • Warrior Sound

    (0 listeners)