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  • Aidan Moffat

    (2,329 listeners)

    scotland, under 2000 listeners, seen live

    .. Aidan John Moffat is the voice of now defunkt band arab strap ..

  • Blanck Mass

    (19,155 listeners)

    ambient, drone, electronic, psychedelic

    Blanck Mass is the side project of British musician Benjamin John Power, otherwise known as half of the experimental/noise duo Fuck Buttons.

  • Cantaloupe

    (386 listeners)

    dub, nu jazz, broken beat, dnb

    Cantaloupe is either: - A Norwegian hip hop band. comprising of Kato Holgersen, Stian Rosvoll, Jason Crane, Ole Sandvik, Aksel Hagen Tjora.

  • Com Truise

    (220,889 listeners)

    chillwave, electronic, lo-fi, synthpop

    Com Truise is one of the many personas of producer and designer Seth Haley, born and raised in upstate New York and operating out of a 12’-overrun apartment in Princeton, New Jersey. An admitted synth obsessive, Com Truise is the maker of an experimental and bottom heavy style he calls “mid-fi synthwave, slow-motion funk”.

  • Crash of RhinosUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (13,396 listeners)

    emo, math rock, post-rock, punk

    Formed in 2008, in Derby, UK. Played some shows for a bit. Made a record. Threw Beal to the dogs. Played some more shows with McBride and Roedog in his place. Invited Beal back in from the cold. Started moving again. Both of their records are available as a pay-what-you-like download at http://crashofrhinos.bandcamp.com

  • Crushing Blows

    (758 listeners)

    punk, psychedelic, under 2000 listeners, experimental

    CRUSHING BLOWS ARE NOW GHOST TWINS http://www.last.fm/music/Ghost+Twins

  • Eyes and No Eyes

    (25 listeners)

    seen live

  • Haiku Salut

    (5,787 listeners)

    just ladies, instrumental, folk rock, avantgarde

    Haiku Salut (Haikoo Saloo) are a Derbyshire-based instrumental trio that use accordions, ukeleles, glockenspiels, pianos, loopery and laptopery to create a soundscape that has been likened to early múm, Detektivbyrån and the soundtrack to Amélie.

  • Joel Stickley

    (63 listeners)

  • Juffage

    (805 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, leeds, indie, experimental

    Juffage is Jeff T. Smith, a solo sound artist and multi-instrumentalist from Leeds, via Chicago, Illinois. He is often seen in bars, art galleries, and basements with a band’s worth of instruments.

  • Kogumaza

    (741 listeners)

    psychedelic, psychedelic rock, experimental, beyondwithin

    Kogumaza played their first shows in 2009. They are based in Nottingham, England. They released a pair of seven inch singles on the Low Point and Lancashire & Somerset labels respectively in 2010.

  • Mender

    (98 listeners)

    experimental, glitch, acoustic, singer-songwriter

    As the drummer in Alright The Captain, Ashley 'Mender' West-Mullen is a third of one of the most brutal and innovative math rock bands in the UK. Mender exposes his softer, more melodic side.

  • RM Hubbert

    (6,414 listeners)

    acoustic, instrumental, flamenco, guitar

    Glaswegian guitarist, ex of El Hombre Trajeado, doing a flamenco inspired acoustic sketch. See http://www.rmhubbert.com for more details.

  • The Orch

    (173 listeners)

    spoken word, manchester, poetry, all

    The Orch. are Michael Conroy (lyrics and vocals), Phil Hayes (guitars, visuals and production) and Damian Ashcroft (keyboards, synths and production).

  • Themakingof

    (491 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, my band, lesser known yet streamable artists, indie

    Spotify link: http://open.spotify.com/album/4mbe3MYZ3tlLjKU64At7o5 Themakingof are an 8-piece band from Derby, UK, formerly known as The making of). The band changed their name to Vamonos Hermanos in June 2013. They formed in 2007, when Tom John and Leigh Dawber decided to make their new side-project into a full band.

  • Y Niwl

    (5,490 listeners)

    welsh, surf rock, wales, indie

    Y Niwl ("The Fog") are an alternative-rock "surf" band from Gwynedd, Wales, United Kingdom.

  • You Judas

    (409 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, rock, grunge, doom

    Formed way back in 2003 and originally a three piece unit (guitar, baritone and drums with shared vocals out front). The three self released the 'discover mutiny ep', ltd to a 100 copies and sold in hand made artwork.