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  • Admiral Fallow

    (60,047 listeners)

    folk, scottish, indie, acoustic

    Admiral Fallow is a Scottish folk/pop group based in Glasgow. Formerly known as Brother Louis Collective, the band was formed in 2007 and around the singer/songwriter Louis Abbott.

  • Air Cav

    (1,094 listeners)

    indie, under 2000 listeners, music i love, artists ive met

    Air Cav - www.aircavmusic.co.uk Air Cav can finally announce the release of their long-awaited debut album Don’t Look Indoors, on Crystalline Recordings on December 5.

  • biederbeck

    (21 listeners)

    Hailing from Manchester, UK, Biederbeck consists of Rupert Hill, Jonny Booth, Andy Travis, Andrew Seddon, Esther Maylor, Simmy Singh and Michael Mckeown.

  • Cheap Cuts

    (41 listeners)

  • Danny Mahon

    (653 listeners)

    folk, indie, under 2000 listeners, acoustic

    Singer/Songwriter from Manchester, England.

  • harp and a monkey

    (496 listeners)

    -artist, 130916

    Memorably described as Elbow for seafarers and ramblers, the harp 'n' banjo driven electronica of Harp and a Monkey is imbued with a Deep Lancashire sensibility that shines through in their beautifully crafted and sometimes spooky vignettes of Northern life, love and remembrance.

  • Heidi Talbot

    (7,006 listeners)

    folk, irish, female vocalists, singer-songwriter

    Heidi Talbot (born in 1980 in Kill County, Kildare, Ireland) quickly went from busking in her homeland to fronting the Celtic-American all-star band Cherish the Ladies.

  • I Am Kloot

    (295,061 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.

  • In Fear Of Olive

    (343 listeners)

    in fear of olive

    2011 has seen In Fear Of Olive very busy in the studio and on the road.. The result is twenty songs of amazing quality, depth and soul that belies the band’s young age. In recent support performances alongside Magazine, King Charles, Lindi Ortega, Southside Johnny, The (Beautiful) South and Alabama3, audiences have been requesting that most unusual of things for an opening act… an encore.

  • Inspiral Carpets

    (180,533 listeners)

    madchester, indie, britpop, manchester

    Inspiral Carpets is an alternative rock band which formed in Oldham, England in 1983. It was named after a rug shop in Shaw.

  • Janice Graham Band

    (195 listeners)

    ska, indie, reggae, english

    http://www.myspace.com/janicegrahamband http://janicegrahamband.com/ 'Janice Graham' are an enigma. Such old heads on young shoulders.

  • Jenny McCormick

    (316 listeners)

    folk, indie, singer-songwriter

    Jenny McCormick is a performer who seems able to move between the traditional folk clubs and the new folk and acoustic scene with ease.

  • John Herring

    (20 listeners)

    guitar, acoustic, chill, british

    Background: Raised on an estate in Salford, in a household where music from Bacharach and David to Tchaikovsky was played it is safe to say that John's influences have been many and varied.

  • Kan

    (6,795 listeners)

    j-pop, japanese, singer-songwriter, pop

    There are at least two artists with this name: 1) KAN is a Japanese singer-songwriter. 2) KAN is a contemporary folk band from the UK.

  • Liz Green

    (19,874 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, female vocalists, acoustic, blues

    Liz Green is a Manchester-based singer-songwriter. She was linked to Humble Soul records. Green won Glastonbury Festival's Emerging Talent Competition for in 2007.

  • Louis Barabbas And The Bedlam Six

    (42 listeners)

  • Man Made Sole

    (1 listener)

  • Marc O'Reilly

    (511 listeners)

    folk, acoustic, singer-songwriter, irish

    My Friend Marx is the debut album from the freshest Irish voice of 2011. Marc O’Reilly’s roots may lie in Waterford and France, but his sound rests somewhere between the American-influenced folk blues of Peter Green and contemporaries such as Ray LaMontagne and Gomez.

  • Miles Hunt and Erica Nockalls

    (116 listeners)

  • Molly Bloom

    (27 listeners)

    rock, acoustic, progressive, experimental

    Molly Bloom are a 4 Piece loud acoustic band from Bury, England. Due to their unique style, it's hard to pin Molly Bloom down to a specific genre, with the band combining elements of several musical styles. Find out more and listen to Molly Bloom at their official MySpace, http://www.myspace.com/mollbloom .

  • Rachel Sermanni

    (20,952 listeners)

    folk, female vocalists, singer-songwriter, british

    Rachel Sermanni, 7 November 1991. Is a songwriter from a small village in the Scottish Highlands called Carrbridge. It’s very nice up there. Sometimes she plays solo and at others she is surrounded by a group of wonderful musicians consisting of Laura Wilkie, Siobhan Anderson and sometimes Louise Bichan (the fiddle pixies), Leo and Declan Forde and pianist Jennifer Austin.

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

    (14,102 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, scottish, pop, british

    Roddy Frame (born January 29, 1964 in East Kilbride, South Lanarkshire, Scotland) is the founder of the 1980s Scottish indie band, Aztec Camera. They released their first album, High Land, Hard Rain, when Frame was aged nineteen. It spawned the hit single Oblivious, and Aztec Camera were recognised as one of the key acts on Glasgow's Postcard record label, along with Orange Juice and Josef K.

  • Roddy Woomble

    (21,077 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, scottish, mellow

    Roderick Woomble (born 13 August 1976 in Irvine, Scotland) is the lead singer of Scottish rock group, Idlewild. Woomble has worked with several musicians including Kate Rusby, his wife Ailidh Lennon, and songwriter Karine Polwart (to whom he presented the Horizon Award at the BBC Folk Awards 2005). He has also recorded and performed as part of Kris Drever, John McCusker & Roddy Woomble).

  • Session A9

    (2,103 listeners)

    celtic, folk, scottish, traditional

    Session A9 are a traditional Scottish band led by Capercaillie fiddler Charlie MacKerron. The lineup also includes Kevin Henderson (fiddle), Kris Drever (vocals, guitar, mandolin), Gordon Gunn (fiddle), Tim Edey (guitar, melodeon), Brian McAlpine (keyboards), Adam Sutherland (fiddle), Iain Copeland (percussion).

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

    (73,843 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, british folk, acoustic

    Seth Bernard Lakeman (born 26 March 1977) is an English folk singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, who is most often associated with the fiddle and tenor guitar, but also plays the viola and banjo.

  • The Lazy Maybees

    (17 listeners)

  • The Leisure Society

    (87,146 listeners)

    indie, folk, british, indie pop

    The Leisure Society is a British folk-pop band formed in Brighton in 2009 by Nick Hemming. Their debut single, "The Last Of The Melting Snow", was honoured with a 2009 Ivor Novello nomination for Best Song Musically & Lyrically. Their single "Save It For Someone Who Cares" was also nominated for the Ivor Novello in the same category in 2010, making the band one of very few consecutive nominees.

  • The Rocket

    (254 listeners)

    belgium, punk rock, under 2000 listeners, punkrock

    There are 3 artists using this name: 1) The Rocket is a three piece indie rock band from Bury, Near Manchester UK. The Rocket (Manchester) recently released their first album 'In emergency - Break Down' available from http://therocketmanc.bandcamp.com/album/in-emergency-break-down .

  • Thea Gilmore

    (81,176 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, female vocalists, folk, british

    Thea Eve Gilmore (born 25 November 1979, Oxford, England, to Irish parents) is a British female singer-songwriter.

  • UkePunk

    (3 listeners)