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  • Adrian Sherwood

    (28,723 listeners)

    dub, electronic, reggae, on-u sound

    Adrian Sherwood has been around for a long time. He's the man behind the On-U Sound label, and eponymous sound system. The one that usually does the rounds at least once a year, and has done so for as long as you can remember.

  • Apparat

    (491,929 listeners)

    idm, electronic, ambient, experimental

    Apparat is a German electronic musician (Sascha Ring) living in Berlin, Germany who since 1999 has been running the Berlin based record label "Shitkatapult" together with T.Raumschmiere. Starting out with dance floor-oriented techno, he later started to create ambient music and recently became "more interested in designing sounds than beats".

  • Beats In Abundance

    (30 listeners)

    Beats in Abundance are a DJ duo from Norwich, UK. They play regular club nights at local clubs and have a radio show on the award-winning student radio station Livewire. See http://www.beatsinabundance.com/ and http://www.livewire1350.com/

  • Beatwell

    (27 listeners)

  • Being There

    (2,140 listeners)

    seen live

    Dream-pop band from London. Their debut album 'Breaking Away' was released by Young & Lost in July 2012. www.beingthereband.com

  • Ben UFO

    (3,913 listeners)

    dubstep, minimal, future garage, uk funky

    Ben UFO (b. 1986) (Hessle Audio, Ruffage) Ben UFO is a London based DJ and co-founder of the record label Hessle Audio, alongside Ramadanman and Pangaea. He's on the radio every Thursday night on www.rinse.fm from 9pm - 11pm. He is one of the few DJs in the UK to make a name for himself solely as a DJ, without having entered the world of production.

  • Black Manila

    (873 listeners)

    ;from London, United Kingdom. gareth | conrad | liam

  • Bodycode

    (10,806 listeners)

    electronic, experimental, techno, minimal techno

    Alan Abrahams AKA Portable AKA Bodycode has been in motion his whole life—growing up in South Africa, coming of age in London, decamping to Berlin and finally settling in Lisbon—and his deeply syncopated brand of electronic dance music has evolved with every step of the journey.

  • Clean Bandit

    (368,025 listeners)

    electronic, indie, experimental, electronica

    Clean Bandit are a British electronic group formed in 2009 . The band consists of Jack Patterson (bass guitar, keyboard), Luke Patterson (drums), Grace Chatto (cello) & Milan Neil Amin-Smith (violin). Their sound can be described as a "fusion" between classical and electronial music. They produce their own music whilst inviting guest singers on their tracks.

  • Dan Croll

    (183,856 listeners)

    indie, indie pop, electronic, british

    Dan Croll (born Daniel Francis Croll, 18 July 1990) is a British singer-songwriter born in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, England. He moved to Liverpool when he was 18 to attend the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA).

  • DJ E.A.S.E

    (7 listeners)

  • Dub Pistols

    (172,057 listeners)

    dub, electronic, breakbeat, hip-hop

    From their early singles for Concrete Records to their genre defying ‘Worshiping the Doller’ lp, the Dub Pistols have always added a much needed Rock n Roll swagger to the UK’s dance scene. Chewing up hip-hop, dub, techno, ska & punk & spitting them out in a renegade futuristic skank they have consistently defied genres & exceeded the highest of expectations.

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

    (77,592 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, deep house, chillout

    Citing names as varied as Theo Parrish, Dorothy Ashby and Stravinsky as major influences on his work, it is not hard to see that Floating Points (Samuel T.

  • Forest Swords

    (107,050 listeners)

    psychedelic, experimental, ambient, dub

    Forest Swords is one producer, Matthew Barnes, from The Wirral/Liverpool, UK. A unique blend of jagged hip-hop and R&B beats, looping guitar lines and manipulated samples, his evocative and emotional music reflects the sprawling Wirral landscape of river, coastland and woodland with all the haunting melodies of nearby city Liverpool’s enviable pop history.

  • Four Tet

    (770,309 listeners)

    electronic, experimental, idm, electronica

    Four Tet is the name used by Kieran Hebden (born 1980 in Putney, London, UK) for his experimental electronic music-oriented solo efforts, to differentiate from his work with post-rock band Fridge.

  • Ghostpoet

    (125,871 listeners)

    electronic, beats, abstract hip-hop, experimental

    Ghostpoet (born Obaro Ejimiwe, 18 January 1983) is a Mercury Music Prize Nominee from Coventry, UK, raised somewhere between London, Coventry, Nigeria and Dominica.

  • Gilles Peterson

    (74,164 listeners)

    jazz, acid jazz, chillout, electronic

    Gilles Peterson is an influential DJ and record-label owner from Switzerland, who moved to London (England), as a boy. Through his labels Acid Jazz and Talkin' Loud he has been associated with the careers of countless well-known artists of the 1990s.

  • Hercules and Love Affair

    (403,974 listeners)

    electronic, disco, synthpop, dance

    Hercules and Love Affair is a musical project from New York formed in 2007 by DJ Andy Butler. From 2007 through 2010, members included Nomi Ruiz, Kim Ann Foxman and guest singer Antony Hegarty from the band Antony and the Johnsons.

  • Joy Orbison

    (143,522 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, house, deep house

    "Cool" uncles have always gotten kids into all kinds of wonderful mischief, but 22-year-old Peter O'Grady from London , better known as Joy Orbison, was especially blessed—he credits uncle Ray Keith with introducing him to jungle and U.K. garage long before he could ever hit the clubs.

  • Julio Bashmore

    (110,812 listeners)

    house, electronic, uk funky, experimental

    Mathew Walker from Bristol,UK may have appeared to burst on to the scene in late 2009, but the lead up to the Julio Bashmore EP for Claude VonStroke's highly influential Dirtybird label was essentially a lifetime in the making.

  • Kerri Chandler

    (98,580 listeners)

    house, deep house, soulful house, lounge

    Kerri grew up in the New Jersey area during the days of the infamous Zanzibar club with resident DJ Tony Humpries. Kerri's father was a DJ as well, which gave Kerri a rich background in the origins of the New York Underground Sound (known also as "Garage" music). He made his DJ debut at the Rally Record Club in East Orange, New Jersey at the age of thirteen.

  • Labryinth Ear

    (68 listeners)

  • Lee "Scratch" Perry

    (286,835 listeners)

    dub, reggae, roots reggae, roots

    Lee "Scratch" Perry (born Rainford Hugh Perry, on 20th March 1936, in Kendal, Jamaica) is one of the most influential people in the development of reggae and dub music in Jamaica.

  • Lorca

    (11,258 listeners)

    spanish, pop, electronic, latin pop

    There are several artists named Lorca: 1) Lorca is the recording name of UK producer and DJ, Sam Cassman. 2) Lorca is the stage name of Spanish pop/rock singer and songwriter, Jose Alfonso Lorca

  • Lucy Rose

    (162,122 listeners)

    folk, female vocalists, indie, indie folk

    Lucy Rose Parton (Born 1989) is an English singer/songwriter from Warwickshire . She contributed vocals on the Bombay Bicycle Club albums Flaws, A Different Kind of Fix, and So long, See You tomorrow. Her debut single, "Middle of the Bed" came out August 8th 2011, followed by two more singles: Scar, and Red Face.

  • Mary-Go-Round

    (357 listeners)

    indie pop, twee, pop, 90s

  • Midland

    (22,300 listeners)

    deep house, house, electronic, tech house

    London-based producer Midland aka Harry Agius first gained attention through his well received collaborations with Pearson Sound aka Ramadanman, released on Will Saul's Aus Music imprint. Midland has also raised attention with his solo efforts for London's Phonica and More Music, all sitting comfortably between dreamy deep house, soulful techno and UK bass-influenced sounds.

  • Mixmaster Morris

    (1,155 listeners)

    ambient, chillout, downtempo, eclectic

    Morris Gould the Mixmaster blossomed out of the London pirate-radio scene in the 80s. He began to take hold on the discipline creating a ONE TRICK PONY that did it all via loops beats and samples...culminating in audio soundscapes designed to induce dreamy hypnotic almost narcotic states for the listener.

  • Mount Kimbie

    (342,357 listeners)

    dubstep, ambient, electronic, experimental

    Mount Kimbie are Dominic Maker and Kai Campos who met at university in 2008 and began making music together in a home studio in Peckham, England. The duo have developed a truly unique sound whose experimental rhythms lend themselves to the fringes of dubstep, wonky and hip hop, but ooze with emotion and echoing ambient soundscapes that take the listener to an entirely different place.

  • Nightmares on Wax

    (780,335 listeners)

    trip-hop, chillout, downtempo, electronic

    Nightmares on Wax is DJ and musician George Evelyn, also known as DJ Ease (Experimental Audio Sample Expert), from Leeds, United Kingdom. The musical style is a combination of electronic sounds and hip hop beats, often regarded as "chillout". Nightmares On Wax's music is released on Warp Records.

  • Nomad Soul

    (1,079 listeners)

    heavy metal, power metal, nwohbm, under 2000 listeners

    There are at least 2 bands by the name of Nomad Soul: 1) Nomad Soul is a German heavy metal band. They have released a debut album, 'Pale Horizons'. www.nomad-soul.de

  • Novice of Genius

    (0 listeners)

  • Pearson Sound

    (26,947 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, future garage, experimental

    Alias of dubstep producer Ramadanman.

  • Portable

    (14,180 listeners)

    minimal, electronic, idm, techno

    There are four artists that go by the name Portable: 1.) Alan Abrahams AKA Portable AKA Bodycode has been in motion his whole life—growing up in South Africa, coming of age in London, decamping to Berlin and finally settling in Lisbon—and his deeply syncopated brand of electronic dance music has evolved with every step of the journey.

  • Portico Quartet

    (105,535 listeners)

    jazz, modern jazz, instrumental, hang drum

    The Portico Quartet is a British jazz band, formed in 2005. In 2014, they changed names to Portico.

  • Roots Manuva

    (423,682 listeners)

    hip-hop, dub, ninja tune, hip hop

    Roots Manuva, born Rodney Smith is a British hip-hop artist, who mixes hip hop with reggae and dub as well as electronica, and even some gospel. He grew up around Stockwell in South London.

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

    (32,331 listeners)

    swedish, indie, electronic, pop

    Simian Ghost is an alternative pop act from Sandviken/Gävle, Sweden, consisting of Sebastian Arnström, Erik Klinga and Mathias Zachrisson. It was initiated as a recording project by Sebastian Arnström. He released one full-length album, ''Infinite Traffic Everywhere'', which was received with blog praise and excellent reviews.

  • Slow Club

    (283,203 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).

  • Space Dimension Controller

    (27,080 listeners)

    electro, electronic, idm, disco

    Sent back through time with a mission of groove to show all of Planet Earth how to move.

  • Stealing Sheep

    (43,276 listeners)

    indie pop, dream pop, female vocalists, british

    Liverpool psych-folk darlings Stealing Sheep create lo-fi, DIY pop in the shape of noisily drenched old time vocals, spiraling psychedelic guitars, hypnotic beats and sixties style drone synths. http://stealingsheep.co.uk

  • Submotion Orchestra

    (81,764 listeners)

    downtempo, chillout, acid jazz, dubstep

    Submotion Orchestra is a live 7-piece project from Leeds, incorporating deep bass-driven grooves and dense textures in their progressive live dubstep sound.

  • The Correspondents

    (29,423 listeners)

    swing-hop, swing, electro swing, electro-swing

    http://www.thecorrespondents.co.uk/ Welcome to the Last FM page of the swing-hop duo, The Correspondents. MC Mr Bruce and DJ/Producer Mr Chuckles collaborate to make Hip Hop for the 1930s, Big Band music for the 00s.

  • The Herbaliser

    (526,144 listeners)

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

    The Herbaliser is a Hip-Hop band formed by Jake Wherry and Ollie Trattles in London, UK in 1994. Previously one of the most famous artists from the Ninja Tune independent record label, they have released 7 LPs, including a DJ mix for Ninja Tune's Solid Steel series.

  • The Time & Space Machine

    (4,369 listeners)

    psychedelic, psychedelic rock, groovy, garage

    The Time & Space Machine is part of the UK school of psychedelic revivalism contrasting the psych^noise work that I’ve talked about yesterday.

  • Thundercat

    (71,271 listeners)

    electronic, funk, jazz, soul

    Thundercat is a pseudonym of Stephen Bruner (b. Los Angeles, CA, USA), a virtuoso bassist, composer, producer and singer. He débuted with No Curfew's "18" (2001) and his latest album is "Apocalypse" (Jun 2013, Brainfeeder).

  • When Saints Go Machine

    (91,913 listeners)

    electronic, danish, electropop, indie

    When Saints Go Machine is a Danish electro-pop band from Copenhagen, Denmark. The group consists of Silas Moldenhawer (drums), Jonas Kenton (synth, vocals), Simon Muschinsky (keys) and Nikolaj Manuel Vonsild (vocals). When Saints Go Machine was formed in 2007 and debuted with their self titled EP in 2008. In May 2009 they released their debut album, Ten Makes a Face.

  • Youth Imperial

    (37 listeners)

    indie, pop, british

    Having decided to up the ante and further expand upon their embryonic beginnings, the quintet that makes up St Albans based Youth Imperial, set about developing a songwriting blueprint for themselves.