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  • Basia Bulat

    (93,698 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, female vocalists, canadian

    Basia Bulat is a Canadian singer-songwriter based in London, Ontario. She released a self-titled Independent EP in 2005. Her debut album, Oh My Darling, was released in 2007. Her second album, Heart Of My Own, released in January 2010. As reviewed in Pitchfork, Feb 8/10, ".

  • Beach House

    (956,071 listeners)

    dream pop, indie pop, indie, lo-fi

    Beach House is a dream pop group that formed in 2005 in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. The group consists of Victoria Legrand (vocals, organ) and Alex Scally (guitar, keyboards). Legrand is the niece of French composer Michel Legrand. The group has released four albums: 2006's "Beach House", 2008's "Devotion", 2010's "Teen Dream" and "Bloom", released in May 2012 by Sub Pop Records.

  • Carolyn Mark

    (6,429 listeners)

    country, canadian, alt-country, sexy sexy sexy

    Carolyn Mark is a Canadian alternative country singer-songwriter. She has recorded both as a solo artist and as a member of the duo The Corn Sisters with American colleague Neko Case.

  • DD/MM/YYYY

    (12,890 listeners)

    math rock, canadian, indie, indie rock

    dd/mm/yyyy (spoken as "day month year") is an indie rock band which formed in 2003 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

  • Feuermusik

    (416 listeners)

    canadian, experimental, jazz, under 2000 listeners

    Feuermusik (pronounced FOY-er-mu-zik) is Jeremy Strachan (woodwinds) and Gus Weinkauf (percussion). This Toronto-based duo has been writing and performing since 2004.

  • Figure & Ground

    (2 listeners)

  • Final Fantasy

    (353,370 listeners)

    indie, canadian, singer-songwriter, violin

    (1) The previous stage name of Canadian singer and violinist Owen Pallett from Toronto, Ontario. (2) German Trance project of Ralph Fritsch & Detlef Hastik, active throughout the 90s which ended with the double A-side release: "You're My Angel / The Moon Is Shining" in 2003. "You're My Angel" was later covered by the UK duo Styles & Breeze.

  • Geoff Berner

    (9,681 listeners)

    klezmer, folk, accordion, canadian

    Geoff Berner (born 26 November 1971) is a Canadian singer-songwriter and accordionist. Predominantly a composer and performer of klezmer music, having proclaimed himself the "Avenging Angel of Klezmer", Berner's darkly humorous, insightful and satirical lyrics, as well as his cabaret live act, have gained him considerable underground acclaim and popularity throughout the world.

  • Great Aunt Ida

    (2,431 listeners)

    canadian, slowcore, acoustic, indie

    Ida Nilsen is a Canadian indie rock singer-songwriter and musician. She has been a member of the bands Radiogram, The Violet Archers, The Beans, The Gay, and most recently The Buttless Chaps and Great Aunt Ida. Ida has appeared as a guest musician on albums by P:ano, Jerk With a Bomb, and Veda Hille.

  • Grizzly Bear

    (1,151,833 listeners)

    indie, experimental, folk, lo-fi

    Grizzly Bear is a rock band from Brooklyn, New York. Their music uses melody and ambience in conjunction with hazy-eyed choruses, whistles, piano, banjo, and several woodwind instruments.

  • Holy Fuck

    (252,559 listeners)

    experimental, electronic, post-rock, instrumental

    Holy Fuck is an electronic rock band based in Toronto, Canada in 2004. Their current line-up includes original and core members Brian Borcherdt and Graham Walsh along with Matt Schulz on drums and Matt McQuaid on bass.

  • Hylozoists

    (1,770 listeners)

    canadian, instrumental, post-rock, discover

    Hylozoists were conceived by producer/multi-instrumentalist Paul Aucoin in 2001 when he wrote and recorded the debut album La Nouvelle Gauche at his studio in Nova Scotia.

  • Jenny Omnichord

    (1,277 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, female vocalists, acousticindiefolk, under 2000 listeners

    "Jenny Omnichord" is a solo side-project of 25 year-old Jenny Mitchell, vocalist, song-writer and multi-instrumentalist for Guelph, Ontario's noted young indie band The Barmitzvah Brothers.

  • Laura Barrett

    (10,408 listeners)

    canadian, indie folk, singer-songwriter, female vocalists

    Laura first played a kalimba in front of real live people in August 2005. Since then, she's released an EP called "Earth Sciences" and played shows with wonderful musicians in cities of varying distances from Toronto. On her myspace page, Barrett says in her own words she's "a classically-trained pianist and self-taught everything else-ist.

  • Mantler

    (3,607 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, downtempo, alternative, shoegaze

    Mantler is a pop project with shadings of R&B, melodrama, mix tapes, shopping malls, experimental films, Herman Melville, and eternal hope in the face of everyday despair. It’s about trying to scale the heights of your heroes."

  • Meligrove Band

    (2,441 listeners)

    indie, canadian, indie pop, indie rock

    Meligrove Band is an incorrect tag for the Canadian indie quartet The Meligrove Band.

  • Ohbijou

    (51,754 listeners)

    canadian, indie, indie pop, acoustic

    Ohbijou began as the solo project of Brantford singer-songwriter Casey Mecija (born 1981). (She also works as a production assistant at MuchMusic.

  • Ok Cobra

    (1,427 listeners)

    hip-hop, canadian, under 2000 listeners, canadian hip hop

    OK Cobra is the alternative/indie rap duo of Fritz tha Cat (vocals) and RecordFace (production). Originally from London, Ontario, they hooked up ten years later in Montreal to record their self-titled debut album, a collection of emotional and philosophical lyrics with beats crafted from a diverse library of musical influences.

  • Prefuse 73

    (403,823 listeners)

    electronic, hip-hop, idm, trip-hop

    Prefuse 73 is a pseudonym of Barcelona, Spain, hip-hop / electronic producer / artist Guillermo Scott Herren (aka Delarosa and Asora, Piano Overlord and Ahmad Szabo). He also performs with Eva Puyuelo Muns, in a duo known as Savath & Savalas. Herren debuted with EP Estrocaro (Oct 2000, Warp – aka Estrocaro EP) and his latest album is Estrocaro (16 Apr 2011, Beat / Jp – Warp / RoTW).

  • Raised By Swans

    (30,351 listeners)

    post-rock, indie rock, dream pop, indie

    Raised by Swans is the solo musical project and alter ego of Canadian singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Eric Howden. Conceived of in 1998, the name Raised By Swans was inspired by a cathartic dream Howden had after leaving his previous band The Gandharvas, and relies on the use of a homonym (‘raise’: to rear; to elevate') to simultaneously convey a sense of both connection and freedom.

  • Sandro Perri

    (35,325 listeners)

    folk, experimental, singer-songwriter, constellation

    Sandro Perri combines long-burn drones, submerged rhythms and various instrumental sources (slide guitar, strings, accordion) to make shimmering soundscapes embedded with gorgeous melodic hooks.

  • Shad K

    (1,428 listeners)

    underground hip hop, shad, canadian hip-hop, seen live

    A Canadian Hip-Hop and Rap artist, Shadrach Kabango is a native of London, Ontario. Shad's debut album When This Is Over (2005) is recognized for lyrics deprecating the typical rap scene and focusing on social causes such as the Rwandan genocide. In 2007, he was signed by Black Box Recordings and released his second album titled The Old Prince on October 16, 2007.

  • Sixtoo

    (140,874 listeners)

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

    Sixtoo (aka Six Vicious, Speakerbruiser Rob) was the main project of Canadian hip-hop DJ, MC and producer Vaughn Robert Squire. He was born in 1978 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. He came out of the mid-90's underground hip-hop scene sharing the stage with such notable Canadian hip-hop artists as Buck 65 (with whom he formed Sebutones) and members of the Anticon crew.

  • Snailhouse

    (11,505 listeners)

    canadian, indie, lo-fi, slowcore

    Snailhouse is an ongoing collection of songs by Montreal based artist Mike Feuerstack. Half singer-songwriter, half experimental guitar player – Feuerstack is in love with words and music and how they play together. Over the course of 5 albums and an EP, Snailhouse has earned a very loyal following all over the underground music world.

  • Stamps

    (4,025 listeners)

    indie, pop, all, tramps

    Stamps is the new project from Bob Morris (former The Hush Sound vocalist/guitarist) and Ian Crawford (former The Cab, current Panic! at the Disco touring guitarist), with Adam James on drums and Ren Patrick on vocals/keyboards/organ. Stamps are based in Los Angeles, CA and have played several shows up and down the West Coast as well as at SXSW and in Chicago.

  • The Acorn

    (156,328 listeners)

    canadian, indie, folk, indie rock

    The Acorn is a Canadian indie folk band from Ottawa, Ontario, formed in 2003. Rolf Klausener is their principal songwriter, as well as vocalist and guitarist. Their most recent album, "No Ghost", came out in summer 2010.

  • The ConstantinesUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (121,647 listeners)

    indie rock, canadian, indie, rock

    Constantines are an indie rock band from Guelph, Ontario, Canada. The band was formed by Steve Lambke, Bryan Webb, Doug MacGregor, and Dallas Wehrle in 1999, following in the wake of the emotional hardcore band Shoulder.

  • The Knaves

    (1,574 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, indie, alternative, indie rock

    The Knaves formed in North London/Hertfordshire at the beginning of 2005 and have since spent time crafting an accomplished sound using a wide range of musical influences.

  • The Miracles

    (236,462 listeners)

    soul, motown, 60s, rhythm and blues

    The Miracles (known from 1965 to 1972 as Smokey Robinson and the Miracles) are an American rhythm and blues group from Detroit, Michigan, notable as the first successful group act for Berry Gordy's Motown Records.

  • The Postage

    (3 listeners)

  • Thesis Sahib

    (1,278 listeners)

    hip-hop, experimental hip-hop, under 2000 listeners, abstract hip-hop

  • Torngat

    (6,089 listeners)

    canadian, jazz, instrumental, post-rock

    Pietro Amato (french horn), Mathieu Charbonneau (keyboards) and Julien Poissant (drums) founded torngat in 2001 with ex-bass player Sylvain Delisle.

  • Tusks

    (1,902 listeners)

    indie, post-rock, kepler, under 2000 listeners

    indie rock band featuring ex-members of Kepler

  • Video Hippos

    (582 listeners)

    electronic, experimental, play it loud, live shows

    An incorrect artist tag for Videohippos

  • What Seas What Shores

    (904 listeners)

    post-rock, canadian, canada, instrumental

  • Wooden Stars

    (6,145 listeners)

    indie rock, canadian, alternative, indie

    The Wooden Stars is a band from Ottawa featuring Mike Feurstack and Julien Beillard on guitar and lead vocals, Josh Latour and Mathieu Beillard on bass guitar, and Andrew McCormack on drums. Their eclectic and melodic form of rock is the talk of Ottawa, but members have relocated to Toronto since initially teaming up.