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  • aclu benefit

    (122 listeners)

    lo-fi, anti-folk, folk punk, 5432fun

    ACLU Benefit is one of the pseudonyms used by singer/songwriter Noah Britton.

  • Archipelago

    (2,913 listeners)

    japanese, jazz, ambient, indie

    There are at least 4 bands named Archipelago: 1) Archipelago is the music of Peter Naddeo. He was born on the Appalachian trail near Blue Mountain, PA, USA and studied English in Boston where he began writing and recording music for an art collective of the same name.

  • Ava Luna

    (23,690 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, indie pop, experimental pop

    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.

  • Billy Libby

    (75 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, seen live

    When Billy Libby writes music, it usually happens during one of two extremes, either in an overwhelmed emotional state, or a completely light hearted one.

  • Cave Cricket

    (56 listeners)

    Cave Cricket is a drone influenced doom folk band from NY, USA. BANDCAMP

  • Drew & The Medicinal Pen

    (207 listeners)

    Drew is a day-dreamer and late-sleeper. He is a doodler and entrepreneur. He also makes music, lots of music: cigarette-butts-in-Chinese-food, insomniac, vodka-breathed, bedroom-pop music. Late at night, he draws graffiti of dead TV's. He is scrappy and young, and moved to NYC from Philadelphia.

  • Eskalators

    (181 listeners)

    unique, ska, punk rock, pop punk

    The Eskalators are an ever growing changing gang of 13 or more members. They started in Brooklyn, NY in September 2007.

  • Great smokey

    (9 listeners)

  • Heaven's Gate

    (5,911 listeners)

    heavy metal, power metal, metal, hard rock

    Heavens Gate was formed in Spring 1987, playing at the time under the name Carrion. Their first demo featuring Thomas Rettke (voc.), Bonny Bilski (guit.), Ingo Millek (guit.), Manni Jordan (bass) and Thorsten Muller (drums) soon came to the interested ears of Frank Bornemann, the leader of the legendary German rock band Eloy and owner of Metromania Publishing.

  • Hilly Eye

    (1,288 listeners)

    rock, noise, post-punk, noise rock

    Hilly Eye is a Brooklyn, NY based noise rock duo formed in 2009 by guitarist/vocalist Amy Klein (formerly of Titus Andronicus) and drummer/vocalist Catherine Tung.

  • Honey

    (17,573 listeners)

    pop, polish, dance, female vocalists

    The name Honey is used by more than one artist: 1) Honey are a 3 piece alternative rock band hailing from Cornwall, United Kingdom.

  • Hop Along

    (28,802 listeners)

    indie, folk, female vocalists, indie rock

    Hop Along began as an acoustic freak folk solo project in 2004, during Frances Quinlan's senior year in high school, then known as Hop Along, Queen Ansleis and eventually resulted in the release of the album Freshman Year in the summer of 2005. Three years later, in 2008, drummer Mark Quinlan (Frances Quinlan's brother) joined the project, followed by bassist Tyler Long in 2009.

  • Il Abanico

    (3,980 listeners)

    indie, alternative pop, rock, alternative rock

    Il abanico is a native Colombian duo, formed in 2010 by Juliana Ronderos (vocals) and Nicolás Losada (guitar). With extremely different tastes in music and similar personalities, they started writing songs and experimenting with new sounds and compositions.

  • Itchy Hearts

    (96 listeners)

    riot folk

  • Life Size Maps

    (735 listeners)

    noise, pop, alternative, noise pop

    Life Size Maps is a quartet formed by Mike McKeever, Rob Karpay, Sean Thornton and Dave Stoecker.

  • Marra Barr

    (8 listeners)

  • Math the Band

    (28,589 listeners)

    electronic, 8-bit, mathpop, fun

    Math the Band is equal parts Atom and His Package and Andrew WK. Sampled casio sk1 drums, paired with solid square waves and more BPMs than can possibly be considered reasonable.

  • Milk Dick

    (103 listeners)

    garage rock, psychedelic rock

  • Modern Hut

    (461 listeners)

    Joe Steinhardt is the co-founder of New Jersey's Don Giovanni Records, home to Waxahatchee, Screaming Females, California X, and others.

  • No Courage

    (81 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, hardcore, the best thing ever

    No Courage is a hardcore band formed in Brooklyn, NY in 2008. Original lineup was Noah Courage (vocals), Alex Billig (guitar), Pete Naddeo (guitar), Zach Treitz (drums), and Randy Fired (bass). Randy was fired after their first show.

  • Nuclear Santa Claust

    (242 listeners)

  • Osekre & the Lucky Bastards

    (2 listeners)

  • Pree

    (5,086 listeners)

    folk, bands and artists to check out, kgrl, female vocalists

    Note, There is a band tagged here as well as an individual singer. The two appear unrelated. Pree’s unique and lyrically driven experimental imaginings serve up a rare and colorful cocktail of style and substance within an irresistible pop realm.

  • Saint Seneca

    (35 listeners)

  • Sega Genocide

    (24 listeners)

  • Sharpless

    (2,487 listeners)

    all, under 2000 listeners, indie, pop

    Sharpless is the Chicago/NYC based band lead by Jack Greenleaf. http://www.facebook.com/sharplesstheband

  • Small Wonder

    (4,186 listeners)

    new york, brooklyn, glam rock, geohash:dr5rkrcute9g

    Small Wonder is Henry Crawford from New York City, and sometimes other people play with him sometimes Small Wonder is a band, sometimes Small Wonder is a man whatever dudes. the Epoch is Now http://smallwonder.bandcamp.com/ Old Friends: Jack Greenleaf

  • Sons of an Illustrious Father

    (2,480 listeners)

    folk, rock, americana, blues

    In the six years since its inception, Brooklyn-based Sons of an Illustrious Father has taken many forms, from acoustic duo to rock quintent. Its current incarnation consists of Josh Aubin, Lilah Larson, and Ezra Miller, who share vocal and songwriting responsibilities and exchange instruments including acoustic and electric guitars, bass, keyboards, and drums, among others.

  • Sports Bar

    (689 listeners)

    garage rock, psychedelic rock, rock, psychedelic

    “There’s two kinds of garage bands: those who’s musical endeavors are limited to practicing in their parent’s basement between rounds of bagel bites, and those that take firm grasp of the loud, fuzzy, rawness of the pre-digital era and channel it into the kind of rock n’ roll you can fuck, fight, or party to, or all three.

  • Swear and Shake

    (9,150 listeners)

    indie folk, indie pop, indie rock, sxsw 2014

    SWEAR AND SHAKE is a New York-based indie-folk-rock quartet that features singer-songwriters Kari Spieler and Adam McHeffey, bassist Shaun Savage and drummer Tom Elefante.

  • Terror Pigeon Dance Revolt

    (1,357 listeners)

    electronic, electropop, alternative, experimental

    In the summer of 2005 Neil Fridd got caught in a deadly lightning storm. Looking up to the heavens, Neil pleaded with St. Anna for his life. If she were to spare him, he promised, he would make the best band ever.

  • The Honey Dos

    (67 listeners)

  • The N'ere Dowells

    (73 listeners)

  • The Sanctuaries

    (534 listeners)

    rock, indie, alternative, under 2000 listeners

    Balancing the jangly guitars of the 60s with the arty cool of 90s indie rock, New York City quartet The Sanctuaries are a welcome addition to a scene that has so often lost sight of songwriting.

  • The Suzan

    (11,248 listeners)

    japanese, indie, pop, female vocalists

    The Suzan is a pop-rock band from Tokyo, Japan. Consisting of sisters Rie (keyboards and vocals) and Saori (guitar and vocals), along with friends Ikue (bass) and Nico (drums), there sound as been variously described as riot-grrl, pop and punk, and also encorporates elements of jazz, soul, surf and dance music.

  • Toothaches

    (7 listeners)

  • Twitchers

    (11 listeners)

  • What Next?

    (22 listeners)

    indie pop, diy, seen live

  • Zebu!

    (96 listeners)

    punk, rock, surf, indie