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  • Chew Lips

    (126,464 listeners)

    electronic, indie, electropop, female vocalists

    Chew Lips are three kids - Tigs (vocals), James Watkins (bass, synths) and Will Sanderson (guitar, synths) - from London who play infectious lo-fi tech tunes and have been together since about March 2008. They have released two singles, the self-produced 'Solo' and its follow-up, 'Salt Air', through Kitsune, and their debut album, 'Unicorn,' came out in January 2010.

  • The Subways

    (887,348 listeners)

    indie rock, indie, british, rock

    The Subways are a British garage rock/indie rock band. Their debut album, Young For Eternity, was released on 4 July 2005 in the UK and February 14, 2006 in the US. Billy Lunn (guitars/vocals), Charlotte Cooper (bass/vocals), Josh Morgan (drums)

  • Niki & the Dove

    (141,225 listeners)

    electronic, swedish, indie, female vocalists

    Niki & The Dove is a project from Sweden featuring lead vocalist and songwriter Malin Dahlström. Prior to being the front woman, Malin was programming for midaircondo, singing lead in now-defunct rock band The Dora Steins, contributing wispy vocals to various electronic productions and doing solo shows and performance art all around Sweden under the name Disdishdance.

  • Bastille

    (661,146 listeners)

    indie, electronic, alternative, british

    Bastille is a rock group from South London, England that formed in 2010. Bastille started out as a solo project by singer-songwriter Dan Smith, who later decided to form a band.

  • Spector

    (75,743 listeners)

    british, indie, rock, electronic

    There are two bands called Spector. 1. Spector the four-piece band from Dalston, London. Made up of Frederick Macpherson, Thomas Shickle, Danny Blandy and Jed Cullen. (Christopher Burman left the band in 2013.) "Enjoy It While It Lasts", Spector's debut album, was released in August 2012 and reached #12 in the UK Albums Chart.

  • S.C.U.M

    (46,963 listeners)

    post-punk, noise, british, electronic

    S.C.U.M was a London, UK-based post-punk band. They took their name from the 1968 feminist manifesto Society For Cutting Up Men. They formed in late 2007 and and released their first single - Visions Arise, produced by Tom Cowan of The Horrors - in September 2008. Drummer Ruaridh Conellan left the band and was replaced by Melissa Rigby in November 2008.

  • Gabriel Bruce

    (10,282 listeners)

    rock, new band of the day, alternative rock, indie rock

    London, United Kingdom (2010 – present) Born in west London 1989, Gabriel Bruce is a keen student of rock mythology, an ex antiquarian bookseller and a previous member of the band Loverman.

  • Broken Hands

    (1,735 listeners)

    psychedelic rock, blues, neo-psychedelia, indie

    Down By The Current EP released June 10th http://brokenhands.bandcamp.com/merch The new EP from Broken Hands 'Down By The Current’ was inspired during last summer’s festival season...

  • Red Wire

    (47 listeners)

    post-punk, indie

    There are a couple bands called Red Wire. One is from Leeds, in the U.K., and another is formed of a couple zany kids in Wooster, Ohio. The latter rocks, hard. You may download their EP "Back to the Ground" from here: http://redwire.bandcamp.com/

  • Howler

    (88,423 listeners)

    indie rock, garage rock, indie, alternative

    There at at least 3 artists named Howler: 1. Howler is a garage rock band from Minneapolis, Minnesota. The band's permanent lineup consists of Jordan Gatesmith (vocals, guitar), Max Petrek (bass), Ian Nygaard (guitar), and Rory MacMurdo (drums). The Free Drunk Songfacts reports that on the strength of an EP and their live show, the quartet were signed by Rough Trade Records.