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  • Beirut

    (1,219,812 listeners)

    folk, indie, indie folk, singer-songwriter

    Beirut is an American indie-rock and world music band which was originally the solo musical project of Zach Condon (born Zachary Francis Condon in Santa Fe, New Mexico) and later expanded into a band. The band's first performances were in New York, in May 2006, to support the release of their debut album, Gulag Orkestar.

  • Brown Bird

    (56,759 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, acoustic, slow-coustic

    Brown Bird is an American acoustic band. Pulling from the influences of the blues, outlaw country, roots rock, early American folk, Gypsy and Eastern European music, Brown Bird offers harmonized voices, haunting lyrics and diverse rhythm and instrumentation, which surges in waves that often swell into high-spirited, foot-stomping madness.

  • Chelsea Wolfe

    (125,244 listeners)

    experimental, folk, female vocalists, singer-songwriter

    Chelsea Wolfe is a singer/songwriter and eponymous full band started in 2009 out of Los Angeles, California. Her style has been described as "doom folk", and her music has been described as a "specific brand of drone-metal-art-folk".

  • Hey Marseilles

    (80,578 listeners)

    folk, indie, acoustic, seattle

    Hey Marseilles is a musical group from Seattle, WA, that formed in the summer of 2006 after Nick and Philip forced Matt Bishop to write a song to an accordion riff and play it live for a work party downtown. The current lineup consists of seven members performing on guitars, cello, viola, accordion, piano, bass, glockenspiel, ukulele, mandolin, drums, and a plethora of rhythmic accessories.

  • Holcombe Waller

    (4,960 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, folk, indie, duyster

    Holcombe Waller is an American composer, singer and performance artist. He lives in Portland, Oregon, and has performed across the United States and Europe, both solo and with his ensemble, The Healers.

  • Joe Pug

    (93,336 listeners)

    folk, americana, singer-songwriter, alt-country

    Joe Pug (born Joe Pugliese) is an American singer-songwriter from Chicago. He has released two EPs, Nation of Heat and In the Meantime, the latter of which has been made available for free on his website. He has toured extensively since 2008 and has opened for alt-country pioneer Steve Earle, singer-songwriter Josh Ritter and folk rocker M.

  • Kendl Winter

    (3,848 listeners)

    folk, bluegrass, under 2000 listeners, singer-songwriter

    Kendl Winter is a dreamer of dark clouds, has a drawer stuffed full of stolen socks, and picks banjo and guitar like a hillbilly in the Ozarks.

  • Kishi Bashi

    (153,025 listeners)

    indie, folk, pop, indie pop

    Kishi Bashi is the pseudonym of singer, multi-instrumentalist, and songwriter K Ishibashi (born November 4, 1975).

  • Lemolo

    (9,670 listeners)

    dream pop, folk, indie, female vocalists

    Lemolo is a dream-pop duo comprised of Poulsbo natives Meagan Grandall and Kendra Cox. The girls became instant friends as kayaking instructors on the waters off of Lemolo Shore Drive, where they learned of their shared love for music and adventure.

  • Milo Greene

    (146,869 listeners)

    indie, folk, indie folk, acoustic

    A folk-pop ensemble from Los Angeles, California, the five-member Milo Greene are largely centered around vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Marlana Sheetz, although the bandmembers share lead and background vocals and often switch instruments from song to song.

  • Pokey LaFarge and the South City Three

    (10,615 listeners)

    blues, folk, ragtime, swing

    For solo credited work see http://www.last.fm/music/Pokey+LaFarge Pokey LaFarge is a musician, songwriter, bandleader, entertainer, innovator and preservationist, whose well-rounded arsenal of talents has placed him at the forefront of American music.

  • Strand of Oaks

    (70,896 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, folk rock, americana

    In 2003, Tim Showalter's house burned down, his fiancée left him, and he resorted to writing songs on an acoustic guitar while living on park benches in suburban Philadelphia.

  • The Alialujah Choir

    (1,945 listeners)

    pdx, folk, portland, northwest

    The Alialujah Choir Our debut self-titled album can be found through Woodphone Records and Jealous Butcher Records. It is also available on iTunes and Amazon and at the best local record stores in the country The Alialujah Choir is Adam Shearer and Alia Farah of Weinland, and Adam Selzer of Norfolk & Western and M. Ward.

  • The Tallest Man on Earth

    (797,793 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, acoustic, swedish

    Behind the name The Tallest Man On Earth is Kristian Matsson (born April 30th, 1983 in Dalarna, Sweden).

  • These United States

    (44,784 listeners)

    indie, folk, folk pop, daytrotter

    These United States is an American rock band from Brooklyn, New York, and Carrboro, North Carolina,[1] made up of songwriter and bandleader Jesse Elliott, pedal steel and electric guitarist J. Tom Hnatow, guitarist and keyboardist Justin Craig, bassist and vocalist Anna Morsett, and drummer and percussionist Aaron Latos.

  • Trampled by Turtles

    (167,004 listeners)

    bluegrass, folk, americana, country

    Trampled By Turtles (TBT) is an indie folk band from Duluth, Minnesota. The group is most famous for both its fast-paced songs and plaintive ballads. Their high-energy concerts have attracted an ever-growing, dedicated fan following. The band members have referenced inspirations such as Townes Van Zandt, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, and Ralph Stanley.