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  • Bastille

    (623,423 listeners)

    indie, electronic, alternative, british

    Bastille is a rock group from South London, England that formed in 2010. Bastille started out as a solo project by singer-songwriter Dan Smith, who later decided to form a band.

  • BIGkids

    (5,279 listeners)

    mr hudson, indie, british, superhero

    BIGkids is the collaboration of Ben Hudson (aka Mr Hudson) & Rosie Oddie.

  • Cave Painting

    (20,358 listeners)

    indie pop, indie, british, rock

    Sometimes you have to delve deep among the roots of a band to truly understand where they sit today.

  • Emeli Sandé

    (449,146 listeners)

    soul, british, female vocalists, r'n'b

    Adele Emeli Sandé (born 10 March 1987: Sunderland, England and raised in Aberdeen, Scotland) known by her stage name Emeli Sandé, is a soul and R&B recording artist and songwriter signed to Virgin Records.

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

    (4,582 listeners)

    indie, british, all, alternative rock

    Founded 2010 Four band indie group from London, UK. Members Simon Glancy, Oli Court, Max Perryment, Andy Walsh

  • Jagga

    (1,859 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, electronic, hip hop tuga, indie-danse

    More than one artist uses the name Jagga: 1) Jagga is the one time front man for UK music group Devils Gun, and is currently recording songs for his debut album.

  • Jake Bugg

    (332,982 listeners)

    folk, british, singer-songwriter, indie

    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.

  • Jess Mills

    (27,337 listeners)

    electronic, dubstep, pop, british

    Jess Mills is an English singer and musician, currently signed to Island Records, who has done collaborations with many UK Electronic Music producers including Photek, Distance and Breakage. She grew up in Kentish Town, North London. At school there she met Niomi McLean-Daley, better known as Ms Dynamite, becoming friends and, "doing dodgy dance routines in assembly together."

  • Karima Francis

    (16,356 listeners)

    folk, female vocalists, singer-songwriter, british

    Karima Francis (born 1987) is a singer-songwriter from Blackpool, UK. More recently she has been based in Manchester. In 2009 she was named by The Observer as the number 1 act to watch. She released her debut album "The Author" on 23 March, 2009. Her single 'Again' was single of the week on iTunes in March 2009.

  • Lulu JamesUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (18,741 listeners)

    soul, trip-hop, electronic, female vocalists

    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.

  • Matthew And The Atlas

    (118,828 listeners)

    folk, british, indie folk, indie

    Matthew and the Atlas is an English alternative folk outfit based around musician Matthew Hegarty. Having played and recorded as a five piece band since early 2010, Hegarty also tours with a stripped-back set up.

  • Murray James

    (1,374 listeners)

    male, british, people ive seen live, the bedford

  • Mystery Jets

    (589,870 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, british, alternative

    Mystery Jets are an indie rock band which formed in Eel Pie Island, London, England in 2005. The band consists of Blaine Harrison (lead vocals, keyboards), his father Henry Harrison (guitar, keyboards, backing vocals), William Rees (lead guitar, vocals), Peter Cochrane (bass) and Kapil Trivedi (drums).

  • Peace

    (125,481 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.

  • Rae MorrisUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (20,067 listeners)

    british, female vocalists, piano, indie

    Rae Morris is an 19 year old singer-songwriter from Blackpool. Learning piano at an early age and forever underestimating her ability, Rae recently found a voice she didn’t know she had.

  • Rudimental

    (346,161 listeners)

    drum and bass, dubstep, british, electronic

    Rudimental are an east London (UK) music quartet, comprising the songwriters and producers Piers Agget, Kesi Dryden and Amir Amor, together with DJ Locksmith.

  • Seye

    (4,384 listeners)

    pop, british

    Seye Adelekan, 20 year old guitarist and singer from London. Hot on the heels of John Mayer, Jason Mraz, Jeremy Warmsley etc. Same artist as Seye Adelekan

  • Slow Club

    (262,229 listeners)

    folk, indie pop, british, indie

    Slow Club are a 2-piece band from Sheffield, England comprising Charles Watson (vocals and guitar) and Rebecca Taylor (vocals, guitar, and percussion).

  • Sound of Guns

    (16,602 listeners)

    rock, indie rock, alternative, indie

    "British Rock and Roll from the heart" Zane Lowe, Radio 1 "A band everybody is excited about" Huw Stephens, Radio 1 "As massive and dramatic as anything on a major label, brilliant stuff" XFM

  • Spector

    (74,669 listeners)

    british, indie, rock, electronic

    There are two bands called Spector. 1. Spector the four-piece band from Dalston, London. Made up of Frederick Macpherson, Thomas Shickle, Danny Blandy and Jed Cullen. (Christopher Burman left the band in 2013.) "Enjoy It While It Lasts", Spector's debut album, was released in August 2012 and reached #12 in the UK Albums Chart.

  • Summer Camp

    (137,634 listeners)

    lo-fi, indie pop, indie, british

    Summer Camp are a London based duo formed in 2009. Having formed by accident after deciding to cover The Flamingos' I Only Have Eyes For You, the band did not initially reveal their identities, claiming to be six Swedish teenagers, but a report by independent music newspaper The Stool Pigeon revealed that they were solo artist Jeremy Warmsley and journalist Elizabeth Sankey.

  • Swiss Lips

    (18,482 listeners)

    indie, electronic, dance, electronica

    Swiss Lips are a five-piece electropop band from Manchester in the U.K. that came into being in 2011, playing an eclectic style reminiscent of the booming 80s and 90s indie dance scene. They're perhaps best known for their catchy debut single "[track artist=Swiss Lips]

  • The Charlatans

    (488,876 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 Good Natured

    (81,231 listeners)

    indie, electronic, female vocalists, british

    The Good Natured are an electropop trio from Berkshire, United Kingdom. The band consists of singer-songwriter Sarah McIntosh, her brother Hamish McIntosh on bass and George Hinton on drums. In January 2014, they changed the band's name to Lovestarrs.

  • The Wombats

    (931,099 listeners)

    indie, british, indie rock, britpop

    There are two artists that share this name: 1) The Wombats are a three-piece indie band which formed in 2003 in Liverpool, England.

  • Various Cruelties

    (30,802 listeners)

    indie, british, indie rock, indie pop

    Various Cruelties is an alt soul pop incarnation formed in London, England, United Kingdom in 2010. Initially a solo project envisaged by Liam O'Donnell (vocals/guitar). O'Donnell later added Beanie Bhebhe (vocals/bass/beats), Adam Coney (guitar/vocals) and Dean Valentine (drums) forming a full band in the process.