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  • Andrew Bird

    (1,102,850 listeners)

    indie, singer-songwriter, folk, indie pop

    Andrew Bird (born July 11, 1973) is an American musician. He was born in Lake Bluff, Illinois and resides in the Chicago area. Bird is a singer, a violinist and, since 2004, a guitarist. He is also an accomplished whistler.

  • Anne Soldaat

    (16,473 listeners)

    dutch, singer-songwriter, indie, pop

    Anne Soldaat (1965) is a Dutch guitarist, singer and songwriter. His career started around 1990 in the band Daryll-Ann, in which singer Jelle Paulusma and Soldaat wrote the music and lyrics. Having released six studio albums and one live-album, Daryll-Ann split up in 2004.

  • Arjan Visser

    (0 listeners)

  • Arjen Duinker

    (10 listeners)

  • Ben Lerner

    (13 listeners)

  • Beth Orton

    (520,906 listeners)

    female vocalists, singer-songwriter, folk, indie

    Beth Orton (born Elizabeth Caroline Orton, 14 December 1970, in East Dereham, Norfolk) is a BRIT Award–winning English singer-songwriter, known for her 'folktronica' sound, which mixes elements of folk and electronica. She initially came to notice for her collaborations with William Orbit and the Chemical Brothers in the mid-1990s.

  • Brandt Brauer Frick Ensemble

    (261 listeners)

  • Craig Finn

    (16,143 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, rock, alternative, seen live 2012

    Craig Finn is the man behind Lifter Puller, The Brokerdealer and The Hold Steady. He was also featured on Rhymesayers rapper P.O.S.'s Safety In Speed (Heavy Metal). He released his first solo album, Clear Heart Full Eyes, on January of 2012.

  • Daughter

    (530,586 listeners)

    indie, indie folk, acoustic, female vocalists

    Daughter is Elena Tonra, a singer/songwriter from North London, UK. After releasing a 4 track Demo EP, Elena joined forces with Igor Haefeli to produce 'His Young Heart' in April 2011. On November 2011, with the addition of Remi Aguilella on drums, 'The Wild Youth - EP' was released via Communion Records.

  • David Vann

    (14 listeners)

  • De Kosmonaut

    (1 listener)

  • Edna O'Brien

    (64 listeners)

  • Fabio Genovesi

    (0 listeners)

  • First Aid Kit

    (513,503 listeners)

    folk, swedish, indie, female vocalists

    There are three bands called First Aid Kit: 1. Swedish indie/folk duo consisting of sisters Klara and Johanna Söderberg from Stockholm. The siblings began composing songs in 2007, taking their name at random from an English dictionary.

  • Gaz Coombes

    (32,815 listeners)

    rock, indie, singer-songwriter, indie rock

    Gareth "Gaz" Coombes (b. 8 March 1976 in Oxford, England) is a singer/songwriter and the former lead singer and guitarist for the alternative rock band Supergrass. His debut solo album, "Here Come The Bombs", was issued on 21 May 2012. He is also currently a member of the band The Hotrats.

  • Golondrinas

    (3 listeners)

  • Graphic Novels

    (0 listeners)

  • Hannah Cohen

    (20,436 listeners)

    female vocalists, folk, indie, singer-songwriter

    The feline visage and tear-soaked vocals of Hannah Cohen are captured in V Magazine and Vogue photographer Matthu Placek’s aqueous video for her debut single, “Child Bride.

  • Here We Go Magic

    (235,469 listeners)

    psychedelic, experimental, indie, folk

    Here We Go Magic is an indie rock group which formed in Brooklyn New York, United States in 2008. Originally the solo project of singer/songwriter Luke Temple (vocals, guitar), the band has since expanded to include Kristina Lieberson (keyboards), Michael Bloch (guitar), Jennifer Turner (bass guitar), and Peter Hale (drums).

  • I Am Kloot

    (301,113 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, british, alternative

    I Am Kloot are a band formed in Manchester, England in 1999 by John Bramwell (guitar/vocals), Peter Jobson (bass) and Andy Hargreaves (drums), notable for their twisted, witty lyrics.

  • James Endeacott

    (24 listeners)

  • James Fearnley

    (45 listeners)

    James Fearnley (born 9 October 1954, Worsley, United Kingdom) is an English musician. He plays accordion in the folk/punk band The Pogues.

  • Jeet Thayil

    (7 listeners)

  • Jef Neve

    (2,589 listeners)

    jazz, piano jazz, belgian, piano

    Jef Neve was born in Belgium in 1977. He studied at the Lemmens insitution in Louvain and got his masters degree magna cum laude in both Jazz and Classical Piano.

  • Jens Christian Grøndahl

    (10 listeners)

  • Juan Gabriel Vásquez

    (3 listeners)

  • Judith Schalansky

    (12 listeners)

    german literature

  • Karin Overmars

    (1 listener)

  • Leo Blokhuis

    (200 listeners)

    met, seen live

    Leo Blokhuis (Zevenbergen, 9 november 1961) is Dutch and writes books, composes and hosts musical programmes on radio and television. Also he composes musical theater.

  • Lisa Hannigan

    (250,775 listeners)

    folk, female vocalists, singer-songwriter, irish

    Lisa Hannigan (born Lisa Margaret Hannigan on 12 February 1981 in Kilcloon, County Meath, Ireland) is an Irish singer-songwriter and musician.

  • Literaturfest

    (3 listeners)

  • Lydia Davis

    (32 listeners)

  • Madeline Miller

    (25 listeners)

  • Maggie BjörklundUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (6,883 listeners)

    folk, alt-country, alternative, folk rock

    Maggie Bjorklund, Danish Pedal Steel player, guitarist, & composer. Maggie is best known in Europe as a member of the group the Darleens and as a featured player with Lennart Ginman, Miss B. Haven, Nils Skousen and others. In the U.S. she is known for her work with Mark Pickerel and His Praying Hands and as a session player for producers Johnny Sangster and Steve Fisk.

  • Mark Lanegan

    (364,610 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, rock, grunge, alternative

    Mark Lanegan (born November 25, 1964 in Ellensburg, Washington) is an American rock musician and songwriter. Lanegan began his music career in the 1980s. In 1985, he became the vocalist for grunge group Screaming Trees; the group broke up in 2000. Lanegan would start a low-key solo career, but in 2004 Lanegan released his big breakthrough album Bubblegum.

  • Marques Toliver

    (9,566 listeners)

    indie, singer-songwriter, soul, violin

    Marques Toliver was born in Tallahassee Florida on March 28, 1987, but moved to Daytona Beach at a young age. His first impressionable musical influence began as a young boy mimicking the deep southern style of singing he came in contact with.

  • Michael Chabon

    (507 listeners)

    Michael Chabon (pron.: /ˈʃeɪbɒn/ SHAY-bon; born May 24, 1963) is an American author and "one of the most celebrated writers of his generation," according to The Virginia Quarterly Review.

  • Nir Baram

    (0 listeners)

  • Omar Musa

    (230 listeners)

    hip-hop, queanbeyan

    Sharp and poetic, Australian hip-hop has a confident new voice. Omar Musa, 2008 Australian Poetry Slam champion, releases his debut The Massive EP.

  • Patterson Hood

    (34,732 listeners)

    alt-country, americana, singer-songwriter, southern rock

    Patterson Hood (born Mar 24, 1964) is best known as the leader of the Drive-By Truckers. He is the son of acclaimed Muscle Shoals bassist David Hood. In 2004, he released an album entitled Killers and Stars. His second solo album, Murdering Oscar (and Other Love Songs) was released in June 2009.

  • Paul Buchanan

    (15,169 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, pop, downtempo, scottish

    Paul Buchanan was born on April 16, 1956, in Edinburgh, Scotland, he is widely known as the frontman (vocals, guitar) of The Blue Nile.

  • Peter Buwalda

    (2 listeners)

  • Pieter Boskma

    (9 listeners)

  • Poliça

    (252,223 listeners)

    electronic, indie, female vocalists, indie pop

    Poliça (often written as Polica) is an American Synthpop,Indie Rock band from Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. Their music incorporates sounds from Alternative Rock, Electronica, R&B and Trip Hop. The band was founded in 2011 by Ryan Olson and Channy Leaneagh, who had previously collaborated in the soft-rock band Gayngs.

  • Punch Brothers

    (140,884 listeners)

    bluegrass, folk, newgrass, acoustic

    Punch Brothers are a progressive bluegrass band formed by Chris Thile in 2006. The band consists of Chris Thile (mandolin), Gabe Witcher (fiddle/violin), Noam Pikelny (banjo), Chris Eldridge (guitar), and Paul Kowert (bass).

  • Race Horses

    (14,647 listeners)

    indie, psychedelic, indie rock, welsh

    Race Horses were a Welsh psychedelic pop group who formed in Aberystwyth, Wales in 2009 and split in January 2013. The band consisted of Meilyr Jones, Dylan Hughes, Mali Llywelyn, Gwion Llewelyn, Daniel Bradley and were based in Cardiff, Wales.

  • Rebekka Karijord

    (23,668 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, indie, female vocalist, piano

    Rebekka Karijord was born in 1976, in Northern Norway (Lofoten). She lived with her mother during her whole childhood. She moved to new places 17 times before she had her 18.th birthday. Both her parents are artists.

  • Richard King

    (154 listeners)

  • Robert D. Kaplan

    (12 listeners)

  • Roelof ten Napel

    (4 listeners)