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  • Absolute Monarchs

    (1,677 listeners)

    rock, garage rock, dub, alternative

    The Absolute Monarchs are a band that refuses to fit comfortably in any existing genre or scene in Seattle.

  • Aesop Rock

    (487,858 listeners)

    hip-hop, underground hip-hop, rap, hip hop

    Aesop Rock (born Ian Bavitz on June 5, 1976) is an alternative hip hop artist/producer from Northport, New York, United States.

  • Ava Luna

    (16,769 listeners)

    indie rock, indie, indie pop, rock

    In an alternate world somewhere, the Ronettes developed three crushes – one for James Chance, one for David Byrne, and one for Aphex Twin – and they all decided to form a band. Yes, sometimes the electro noise-punk would drown out the gospel croons, and sometimes the soaring harmonies would make the post-dance beats sullen, but somehow they made it work.

  • Battleme

    (25,989 listeners)

    folk, ambient, blues, alternative

    Battleme is the inner psyche and stage moniker of songwriter Matt Drenik. He is also a contributing member to LA's The Forest Rangers featuring Katey Sagal and Bob Thiele.

  • Black Breath

    (30,258 listeners)

    hardcore, crust, thrash metal, crossover

    Black Breath is a band from the Pacific Northwest who have quickly shredded their way to popularity.

  • Blood Red Dancers

    (195 listeners)

    They’re an unconventional trio of bass, keyboards and rhythm with vocals primarily from Aaron Poppick that would be just as well suited for cursing the Gods from upon mountain high as they are for cracking the paint in the local venues. It teeters on the edge of self destruction – a cigarette ash 3 inches long, but still hot.

  • Blouse

    (115,472 listeners)

    dream pop, shoegaze, indie, indie pop

    Evolution is a tricky word when discussing current trends in music, especially when it comes to sophomore albums.

  • Blue Sky Black Death

    (151,068 listeners)

    instrumental hip-hop, hip-hop, abstract hip-hop, electronic

    Blue Sky Black Death is an accomplished West Coast production duo. Their sound transforms the raw into the refined through technically building layers that exceed the boundaries of any one particular musical genre.

  • Cloud Nothings

    (247,172 listeners)

    lo-fi, indie rock, indie, noise pop

    Cloud Nothings is an indie rock band from Cleveland, Ohio. Dylan Baldi started Cloud Nothings as a way to amuse himself between classes at Case Western Reserve University in 2009. The first batch of Cloud Nothings songs, including the blogosphere favorite "Hey Cool Kid" (available on the 2010 compilation "Turning On"), was recorded on a computer in the basement of Baldi's home in Westlake, OH.

  • Crime Wave

    (317 listeners)

    punk, oi, hardcore, oi-punk

    Punk rock band from Houston, TX featuring members of The PMRC, No Talk, Janitor, Sore Loser, The Secret Prostitutes. Its the shit.

  • Crypts

    (1,592 listeners)

    electronic, witch house, noise, american

    Crypts are an electronic noise band from Seattle, WA. http://facebook.com/Cryptsss Crypts are Steve Snere, Bryce Brown and Nick Bartoletti

  • Crystal Stilts

    (168,026 listeners)

    post-punk, shoegaze, psychedelic, noise pop

    Crystal Stilts is a Brooklyn, N.Y., quartet. Its sound -- equally droll, moody and buoyant -- has roots in early '80s Manchester pop as well as in minimalist garage-rock acts. The band has drawn comparisons to Interpol, Joy Division and early The Jesus and Mary Chain -- with whom it also shares a penchant for stand-up drumming in the manner of The Velvet Underground's Maureen "Moe" Tucker.

  • Dam-Funk

    (61,335 listeners)

    funk, electronic, electro, stones throw

    Known as Los Angeles' "ambassador of boogie funk," DâM-FunK represents the citizens of the Funkmosphere. Headquartered in the Culver City section of L.A., DâM (pronounced 'dame' as in Damon) spent the last few years cultivating a musical renaissance rooted in the early-80's styles known as boogie, modern soul and electro-funk.

  • Deadkill

    (157 listeners)

  • Diplo

    (369,931 listeners)

    electronic, hip-hop, trip-hop, ninja tune

    Diplo, Diplodocus, Wes Gully, and Wes Diplo are all pseudonyms of Wesley Pentz, a Philadelphia-based producer and DJ since 2003. Together with DJ Low Budget he runs Hollertronix, a party and music collective. In addition to his solo career, he has worked with Sri-Lankan/Tamil singer and artist M.

  • Doomtree

    (65,618 listeners)

    hip-hop, underground hip-hop, minnesota, hip hop

    Doomtree is a hip hop collective based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Members of Doomtree bring various bases of knowledge and musical backgrounds together to create honest and original music.

  • Dude York

    (1,494 listeners)

    seattle, jortscore, alternative, indie rock

    heavy pop seattle washington andrew claire peter album is called 'dehumanize' and currently available from help yourself records whatever

  • Eighteen Individual Eyes

    (226 listeners)

    rock, alternative, seattle, northwest

    A band of loners and lovers.

  • El Ten Eleven

    (161,898 listeners)

    post-rock, instrumental, electronic, indie

    El Ten Eleven is a Los Angeles-based instrumental rock duo consisting of Kristian Dunn and Tim Fogarty.

  • Father John Misty

    (131,126 listeners)

    folk, indie, alt-country, folk rock

    Father John Misty is J. Tillman, who has been recording/releasing solo albums since 2003. Josh also played drums for Seattle’s Fleet Foxes from 2008-2011.

  • Feet

    (2,396 listeners)

    nie da sie ukryc kurwa disko polo, folk, under 2000 listeners, i love tvs

    1. An indie rock band from Sisak, Croatia. Haris Čehić Dinko Medved Saša Madžarac Dinko Lupis

  • Fitz and the Tantrums

    (289,300 listeners)

    soul, pop, indie, funk

    Fitz and the Tantrums are an American soul group from Los Angeles, California. The group was founded in 2008 by Michael Fitzpatrick, who had begun writing soul music for a solo project on an old church organ he had purchased. He added friend James King to the group as an arranger and soon after expanded the band to a seven-piece, including several horns.

  • Fly Moon Royalty

    (2,916 listeners)

    soul, sasquatch 2014, janele monae, fly moon royalty

    Dichotomy in a partnership is always tricky, but not for Seattle’s Fly Moon Royalty. Bleeding with all the heart and soul of blues and r&b, combined with the contemporary aesthetics of modern day electronica and hip hop, the collaboration of the Seattle-based duo is a perfectly fitting contradiction.

  • Freighms

    (4 listeners)

  • Fresh Espresso

    (7,920 listeners)

    hip hop, hip-hop, seattle, pop

    Fresh Espresso is a hip hop duo from Seattle, WA. The duo consists of P Smoov (of Mad Rad) and Rik Rude.

  • Grimes

    (537,776 listeners)

    electronic, dream pop, experimental, psychedelic

    Grimes is the alias of the electronic musician Claire Boucher (born in 17 March 1988 in Vancouver, Canada and based in Montreal). Her music is an eclectic mix of styles which she described herself as "ADD music", because it shifts frequently and dramatically. She fuses contemporary instrumentation with classical vocal practices.

  • Hot Bodies in Motion

    (2,349 listeners)

    music to download, blues, indie rock, blues rock

    Hot Bodies in Motion is an alternative rock band with strong blues and soul influences. From Seattle, HBIM formed in late 2009 and includes Ben Carson (vocals, guitar), Scott Johnson (lead guitar, backup vocals), Zach Fleury (bass, backup vocals) and Tim LoPresto (drums).

  • Imaginary Cities

    (22,955 listeners)

    indie, canadian, pop, female vocalists

    Imaginary Cities are Rusty Matyas and Marti Sarbit. It all started at The Cavern. Winnipeg is known as the “Heart of the Continent.” In this beating heart on the prairies, there is always new music being made: in its clubs and basements, and in between work and life. Imaginary Cities was born in a club called The Cavern, in between sets.

  • Jaill

    (24,328 listeners)

    garage rock, indie, rock, milwaukee

    Jaill is a garage/psych-pop combo from Milwaukee, Wisconsin formed in 2002. Jaill is a lot like other bands; they've slept on your floor, you've made fun of their pillow cases, they're not nearly as good at Excitebike as they said they were and although they all say they're cool with cats, no ones excited about sleeping at the cat house.

  • John Maus

    (132,966 listeners)

    lo-fi, experimental, avant-garde, pop

    John Maus (born February 23, 1980) is an American composer and a lecturer in political philosophy and theory at the University of Hawaii at Mānoa. He has released three studio albums and numerous demos. He has performed with Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti, Holy Shit and other bands such as Panda Bear.

  • Keyboard Kid

    (3,019 listeners)

    based, hip-hop, instrumental hip-hop, rap

    Seattle Hip Hop producer, known for his work with Berkeley rapper lil B. Released the instrumental album Munchies in 2010. http://keyboardkid206.bandcamp.com/

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

    (84,322 listeners)

    garage rock, lo-fi, psychedelic, northeast garage punk

    King Tuff is a U.S. recording artist His first album, Was Dead, was released in 2008. His eponymous album was released on 29th May 2012, charting at twenty-one on Billboard's Heatseeker Albums chart.

  • Kithkin

    (6,288 listeners)

    experimental, drums, seattle, dance

    Kithkin is a band that loves drums. Lots of drums. Kithkin were born in the dark recesses of the Cascadian Empire.

  • Kris Orlowski

    (5,198 listeners)

    rock, guitar, alternative, chill

    You may not know Kris Orlowski — yet — but that’s ok. Sometimes things take time to grow, and he’s already turning some influential heads.

  • Kung Foo Grip

    (234 listeners)

    west coast, rap, hip-hop, seattle


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

    (8,596 listeners)

    dream pop, folk, indie, female vocalists

    Lemolo is a dream-pop duo comprised of Poulsbo natives Meagan Grandall and Kendra Cox. The girls became instant friends as kayaking instructors on the waters off of Lemolo Shore Drive, where they learned of their shared love for music and adventure.

  • Light Asylum

    (48,723 listeners)

    synthpop, electronic, darkwave, post-punk

    Light Asylum are Shannon Funchess and Bruno Coviello from Brooklyn, New York, USA. They released their first EP "In Tension" in 2010. The four track EP was re-released in 2011 through Mexican Summer and licensed to Cooperative Music The self-titled début album has been released in May 2012.

  • Major Lazer

    (570,890 listeners)

    dancehall, electronic, reggae, dub

    Major Lazer Place: Known Universe Galaxy: Unknown Time: 2008 Years after the zombie apocalypse ravaged the galaxy, Major Lazer went into isolation after bringing peace and order to Earth. With the help of a mysterious shadow government called Cinco he was cryogenically frozen as a safeguard for the future’s wellbeing.

  • Mass Games

    (48 listeners)

    Mass Games is a slowed down, slightly sinister lo-fi electro pop outfit from Thailand via Brooklyn, utilizing sparse samples pulled from Learn-To-Speak-English tapes.

  • Murmurs

    (3,907 listeners)

    black metal, raw black metal, lo-fi, swedish black metal

    Murmurs are an unsigned black metal band from Sweden with themes of folklore, nature, occultism and spiritualism. Formed in 2008, they have released 4 demos to date.

  • Nacho Picasso

    (4,043 listeners)

    hip-hop, seattle, rap, underground hip-hop

    Nacho Picasso is a rapper from Seattle that has released three albums exclusively produced by Blue Sky Black Death; "For The Glory" (2011), "Lord Of The Fly" (2012) and "Exalted" (2012) after releasing the solo album "Blunt Raps". He is affiliated with Cloud Nice and is 1/3 of the group BAYB.

  • Neko Case

    (492,067 listeners)

    alt-country, singer-songwriter, female vocalists, folk

    Neko Case (born September 8, 1970, in Alexandria, Virginia) is an American singer-songwriter, best known for her solo career and her contributions as a member of the Canadian indie rock group The New Pornographers.

  • Night Beats

    (27,133 listeners)

    garage rock, psychedelic rock, psychedelic, garage

    Night Beats currently hail from Seattle but as two of the three members are originally from Texas, it's not hard to pick out the influence of golden age TX psych idols such as the 13th Floor Elevators, Lost and Found and Golden Dawn.

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

    (2,505 listeners)

    seattle, indie, american, washington

    Nouela is a multi-instrumentalist/singer from Seattle. Born to Norwegian and Korean parents, Nouela Johnston spent the first 11 years of her life living in Korea and learning to love music.

  • Nude

    (8,180 listeners)

    electronic, drum and bass, powerpop, electronica

    NUDE refers to 6 bands : 1/ a German electronic band 2/ an American Indie-pop trio 3/ a French Rock band 4/ a Slovenian rock band 5/ a danish band fronted by Kenneth Thordal 6/ a now-disbanded Japanese rock band 1/

  • Nü Sensae

    (7,429 listeners)

    punk, noise rock, noise, hardcore

    Nü Sensae are Andrea Lukić, Daniel Pitout, and Brody McKnight from Vancouver, Canada. The three-piece play the kind of mindburning, primordial skronk with bludgeoning low-end jabs that can freak the ears of a whole city. Muscle and eeriness shoved in through Andrea's feverish growls and shrieks as she shreds through bass while Daniel’s tribal death drumming gives a solid body to their music.

  • Onuinu

    (3,454 listeners)

    electronic, chillwave, electropop, electronica

    Onuinu (read: on you, in you) is the moniker of Portland via Cleveland producer Dorian Duvall. Started in the summer of 2010, Duvall has graduated from making bedroom beats to studio time with Jeremy Sherrer (Dandy Warhols, The Gossip, Hockey), tours with YACHT and Tycho under his belt, and a full-length release out this fall.

  • Phantogram

    (457,854 listeners)

    trip-hop, electronic, indie, experimental

    Phantogram is a trip-hop/psych-pop duo which formed in 2007 in Saratoga Springs, New York, USA. The band consists of Sarah Barthel (vocals, keyboards) and Joshua Carter (guitar, vocals).

  • Pollens

    (2,046 listeners)

    indie pop, seattle, experimental pop, under 2000 listeners

    POLLENS Hanna Benn Jeff Aaron Bryant Adam Kozie Whitney Lyman Lena Simon Kelly Wyse

  • Pony Time

    (2,885 listeners)

    seattle, garage rock, 5432fun, seen perform live