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  • Pretty Lights

    (498,480 listeners)

    electronic, downtempo, funk, chill

    Derek Vincent Smith (born November 25, 1981) is an American electronic music artist who performs under the stage name Pretty Lights. He is also the proprietor of an associated music label, Pretty Lights Music.

  • Nas

    (1,775,790 listeners)

    hip-hop, rap, hip hop, east coast rap

    Nasir bin Olu Dara Jones, more commonly known as Nas (formerly Nasty Nas and Escobar), born September 14, 1973 in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, New York, is a prominent American MC.

  • Bonobo

    (1,288,893 listeners)

    downtempo, electronic, chillout, trip-hop

    Bonobo is the artist name of Brighton, UK producer and DJ Simon Green (aka Barakas), most notable for: "Dial 'M' For Monkey" (Jun 03) & "Days To Come" (Oct 06).

  • Matt & Kim

    (735,741 listeners)

    indie pop, indie, electronic, indie rock

    Matt & Kim (aka Matt and Kim) are an indie dance duo which formed in Brooklyn, New York, United States in 2004. The band consists of Matt Johnson (vocals, keyboards) and Kim Schifino (drums, vocals). They have released four studio albums: Matt & Kim (2006), Grand (2009), Sidewalks (2010) and Lightning (2012)

  • Infected Mushroom

    (712,882 listeners)

    psytrance, electronic, psychedelic, trance

    Infected Mushroom is an electronic music group. Originally formed as a duo by Erez Aizen (also known as I.Zen) and Amit Duvdevani (also known as Duvdev), in Haifa, Israel. Both currently reside in Los Angeles.

  • MSTRKRFT

    (698,914 listeners)

    electronic, electro, dance, canadian

    MSTRKRFT (pronounced Master-craft) is the pet project from Toronto, Ontario, Canada of musician Jesse F. Keeler (Death From Above 1979) and studio wizard Al-P (Girlsareshort). “It all comes down to feel,” states AL-P. “We’re interested in making people feel like they want to dance, at least a little bit, so it’s all about whatever it takes to get people there.”

  • Black Star

    (465,080 listeners)

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

    There are, at least, three bands known as Black Star: 1) A USA hip-hop group (1998-present). 2) An Indonesian experimental rock band 2001-present. 3) A Jamaican reggae band, of the 70's.

  • Emancipator

    (402,468 listeners)

    trip-hop, downtempo, electronic, chillout

    To some, it must seem like this young electronic producer came out of nowhere. Emancipator (Douglas Appling) played his first live show in July 2009, opening for Bonobo at the Roseland Theater (cap. 1500). Since then, he’s toured with Bassnectar, drawn crowds at festivals like Trinumeral and Symbiosis, and closed out Sound Tribe Sector 9’s late night parties in Denver at the request of the band.

  • Yelawolf

    (361,211 listeners)

    hip-hop, rap, dirty south, southern rap

    Michael Wayne Atha (born December 30, 1979), better known by his stage name Yelawolf, is an American rapper. He is currently signed to Shady Records, Ghet-O-Vision Entertainment and Interscope Records. He is co-managed by Redd Klay Entertainment along with his personal manager Jeremy "J Dot" Jones.

  • Excision

    (298,431 listeners)

    dubstep, darkstep, electronic, grime

    There are at least five artists called Excision. 1) Excision is the alias of Jeff Abel, an electronic musician from Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. A producer of dubstep, drum and bass, and breakbeat, Abel is known for his dark, bass-heavy music, incorporating the morphing basslines of drum and bass, the aggressive energy of metal, and the laid-back vibes of hip-hop.

  • Rebelution

    (296,322 listeners)

    reggae, dub, california reggae, chill

    On Jan 10th, 2012 the Santa Barbara, CA based band Rebelution released "Peace of Mind" through their own label 87 Music in partnership with Controlled Substance Sound Labs.

  • Zeds Dead

    (250,982 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, grime, electro

    Zed's Dead are an electronic music duo from Toronto, Canada composed of DC and Hooks. DC and Hooks have been producing music together since 2004, formerly as Mass Productions. In the summer of 2007, they released one Hip-Hop influenced album as Mass Productions, entitled Fresh Beetz, before launching Zeds Dead in 2009.

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

    (189,459 listeners)

    indie, experimental, indie rock, indie pop

    Cloud Cult is an experimental indie rock band from Minneapolis, Minnesota led by singer/songwriter Craig Minowa. Formed in 1995, the name originated from the ancient prophecies of indigenous North Americans

  • Claude VonStroke

    (167,128 listeners)

    minimal, techno, electronic, minimal techno

    Claude VonStroke is a tech-house/electro-house producer based in San Francisco, California. "Claude VonStroke" is better known to locals as Barclay Crenshaw, the owner of San Francisco's avant-house label, Dirtybird.

  • Umphrey's McGee

    (160,701 listeners)

    jam, progressive rock, jam band, rock

    Umphrey's McGee is a progressive rock / jam band from South Bend, IN now based in Chicago, IL. They are influenced musically by progressive rock bands such as King Crimson, Yes, Dream Theater, and Genesis, as well as heavy metal bands such as Iron Maiden.

  • Mimosa

    (153,196 listeners)

    dubstep, glitch, electronic, idm

    There is more than one artist with this name: 1. a Dubstep producer from Los Angeles, CA 2. a Taiwanese post-rock/screamo band from Taipei 3. a French indie band

  • Lotus

    (107,813 listeners)

    electronic, jam, ambient, jamband

    There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Lotus is a largely instrumental Philadelphia, PA, USA, based band that melds sounds of electro, house, funk, and post-rock. They tour the United States frequently as well as Japan and are the most often scrobbled "Lotus" http://www.lotusvibes.com

  • Big Gigantic

    (104,666 listeners)

    electronic, dubstep, trip hop, chillout

    One thing Dominic Lalli (Motet saxophonist/producer) is not afraid of is trying new things. Big Gigantic is Lalli’s latest project that showcases an array of gripping compositions combining elements of a DJ and a live band setup. Lalli and drummer Jeremy Salken, mix thoughtful melodic ideas, with pulsating dance tunes, sure to energize the dance floor.

  • Tea Leaf Green

    (93,309 listeners)

    jam, jam band, rock, jambands

    Based in San Francisco, California since 1997, the band Tea Leaf Green is Trevor Garrod (Keys), Josh Clark (Guitar), Scott Rager (Drums), Cochrane Mcmillan (Drums, Percussion, from Apollo Sunshine), and Reed Mathis (Bass; from Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey who joined TLG when Ben Chambers left the band "to pursue life's other passions").

  • John Brown's Body

    (79,354 listeners)

    reggae, roots reggae, roots, ska

    John Brown’s Body’s “Future Roots” uses reggae as a foundation, but incorporates dub, drum and bass, dancehall, hip hop and other musical experiments and exploration to create a sound both timeless and forward. However it’s defined, it’s got people buzzing about this progressive band from Boston and Ithaca, NY.

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

    (68,058 listeners)

    dubstep, grime, electronic, bass

    NiT GriT is the devious machination of San Jose, California native, Danny Beall. Dan has rapidly gained a substantial following.

  • Bassjackers

    (59,199 listeners)

    house, electro house, dutch house, electronic

    “On a afternoon somewhere in the beginning of 2007 two friends decided to join forces, one Dj and one producer, both sharing great passion for house music.. Bassjackers was born..!”

  • Solid Gold

    (40,650 listeners)

    indie, new wave, electro, electronic

    Hometown: Minneapolis. The lineup: Zac, Matt, Adam, Shon and Adam. Let’s get this out of the way up top: no, Solid Gold is not a syndicated top 40 countdown show which aired from 1980 to 1988 featuring the Solid Gold Dancers. But I could see the Solid Gold Dancers doing a fine routine to a couple of Solid Gold’s numbers—maybe the slinky “Bible Thumper,” or the dreamier “Who You Gonna Run To?”