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  • Admiral Fallow

    (62,016 listeners)

    folk, scottish, indie, acoustic

    Admiral Fallow is a Scottish folk/pop group based in Glasgow. Formerly known as Brother Louis Collective, the band was formed in 2007 and around the singer/songwriter Louis Abbott.

  • American Royalty

    (32,103 listeners)

    indie, indie pop, electronic, alternative

    A never ending showdown of genres, American Royalty has been called everything from blues rock to electronic house. The Los Angeleno 3-piece has created quite a stir around the city with their unique sound and innovative take to the stage. The live show involves equal parts classic rock swagger and psychedelic genius with an electronic pulse.

  • Annie Stela

    (7,292 listeners)

    female vocalists, indie, kgrl, singer-songwriter

    Annie Stela is a singer songwriter piano player from Michigan. She began writing poems and stories when she was really little, and her parents made her take piano lessons from the age of six, so the two outlets combined pretty easily. Annie didn't start performing until she was eighteen.

  • Blood Red Shoes

    (527,831 listeners)

    indie rock, indie, garage rock, british

    Consisting of Steven Ansell (vocals and drums) and Laura-Mary Carter (vocals and guitar), they formed in Brighton, 2005 after their previous bands (Cat On Form and Lady Muck respectively) had broken up and they decided to "have a jam".

  • Bonde do Role

    (136,492 listeners)

    brazilian, baile funk, electronic, funk

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  • Boxeur The Coeur

    (1,055 listeners)

    blake-e-e-e, jon natchez, paolo iocca, pabliz yocka

  • Breakestra

    (97,368 listeners)

    funk, jazz, soul, breaks

    Formed by breaks fanatic Miles Tackett, Breakestra is a constantly morphing hip-hop orchestra based in Los Angeles. The group came together in 1997-1997 around Tackett's DJ gigs at a coffeehouse.

  • Chancellor Warhol

    (2,307 listeners)

    all, spotify

    From Nashville, TN.

  • Class Actress

    (138,746 listeners)

    synthpop, electronic, electropop, new wave

    Class Actress is a synthpop band formed in 2009 in Brooklyn, New York City, USA. The group consists of the singer-songwriter Elizabeth Harper and the producers Scott Rosenthal and Mark Richardson. Their music has been compared with artists like Depeche Mode, The Human League, OMD and Madonna.

  • Coldair

    (4,304 listeners)

    folk, lo-fi, experimental, dying for bad music

    Coldair is the work of a multi-instrumentalist Tobiasz Biliński, currently considered one of the most talented independent artists in Poland. Coldair is Bilinski’s solo effort - he writes music and lyrics, arranges and produces most of it by himself. His one-man-shows fuse the experimental-folk background with newly-developed love for modern electronic and pop music.

  • Dean Wareham plays Galaxie 500

    (9 listeners)

    seen live

  • DIIV

    (198,807 listeners)

    shoegaze, dream pop, lo-fi, psychedelic

    DIIV (previously known as Dive) is the ongoing project of Zachary Cole Smith, who has already made a name for himself in the New York music scene playing for bands such as Beach Fossils, Darwin Deez and Soft Black.

  • Drug Cabin

    (4,149 listeners)

    psychedelic rock, experimental, psychedelic, indie

    Drug Cabin is the solo project of Nathan Thelen who sang and played guitar in the Los Angeles band Moonrats and played guitar in the Seattle band, Pretty Girls Make Graves.

  • Efrat Ben Zur

    (628 listeners)

    female vocalists, spotify, singer-songwriter, israeli

    Efrat Ben Zur, the acclaimed Israeli singer and actress, released her debut album "Diving" in 2001 and her second album "Efrat Ben Zur" in 2006; both albums received enthusiastic reviews.

  • Ewert and the Two Dragons

    (32,774 listeners)

    indie, estonian, indie rock, folk

    Ewert and The Two Dragons is a folk rock / indie band from Tallinn, Estonia. Their debut album “The Hills Behind The Hills” was released in autumn 2009 and since then they have taken the Baltics by storm.

  • Go Back to the Zoo

    (47,504 listeners)

    indie, dutch, rock, indie rock

    Go Back to the Zoo (GBTTZ) is a poprockband founded in Nijmegen,The Netherlands by the 2 brothers Teun and Cas Hieltjes.

  • Gold Fields

    (51,843 listeners)

    electropop, synthpop, new wave, electro rock

    Gold Fields are an Australian band that make "80s new wave-influenced dance-pop". Formed in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia in 2010, Gold Fields feature vocalist Mark Robert Fuller, guitarist Vin Andanar, keyboardist Rob Clifton, bassist Luke Peldys, and drummer Ryan D'Sylva.

  • Half Moon Run

    (129,633 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, canadian, rock

    Half Moon Run is a talented young band from Ottawa, Ontario and Comox, British Columbia. It was in a practice studio situated in Montreal’s Mile-End district, through the hardships of time constraints and flat-lined bank accounts, that the trio bonded and created their unique sound…

  • Huddle

    (620 listeners)

    rock, indie, pop, dreamjam

    Huddle are indie-pop band from Toronto, Canada. First album "All These Fires" was released in September 2011.

  • Icona Pop

    (582,404 listeners)

    electronic, electropop, swedish, synthpop

    Icona Pop are a Swedish duo who were formed in 2009, with electro house, punk and indie pop music influences.

  • Immanu El

    (84,421 listeners)

    post-rock, shoegaze, swedish, experimental

    Immanu El (often typeset as IMMANU EL) is a Swedish post-rock band from Jönköping. Formed by Claes Strängberg and his brother Per in 2004, Immanu El was joined by Michael Persson and Emil Karlsson soonafter where they began to work on their first release.

  • John Talabot

    (144,915 listeners)

    deep house, electronic, house, balearic beat

    John Talabot is a youngster from Barcelona, Spain with a rather special way of approaching music. His influences range from flamenco to northern soul, from African music to traditional Asian songs.

  • Kyst

    (8,006 listeners)

    experimental, folk, freak folk, post-rock

    Kyst is a band originating from Halden, Norway, currently residing in Sopot, Poland. It's music varies from folk and post-rock to experimental and improvised music, oftenly influented by the New Weird America movement. However, the musicians prefer not to limit themselves to any specific genre, considering freedom and emotional devotion being the most important musical values.

  • Laetitia Sadier

    (15,561 listeners)

    indie, female vocalists, new wave, post-rock

    Lætitia Sadier (born 6 May 1968) is a French musician best-known as the singer of the post-rock band Stereolab.

  • Magic Wands

    (36,392 listeners)

    indie, alternative, electronic, dream pop

    Magic Wands are a girl/guy duo formed by Chris and Dexy Valentine. They met in Hollywood in 2007 outside a gig while Chris was visiting Los Angeles from Nashville,Tennessee. A year later they re-connected when Chris found a song online by Dexy called "Teenage Love" they spent the entire summer 2000 miles apart staying up late on the phone and writing music together.

  • Marit Larsen

    (131,890 listeners)

    pop, norwegian, female vocalists, singer-songwriter

    Marit Elisabeth Larsen was born on July 1, 1983 in Lørenskog, Norway. She gained international fame during her teenage years as a member of the pop duo M2M with childhood friend Marion Raven.

  • Mimes of Wine

    (656 listeners)

    female vocalist, under 2000 listeners, laura loriga, female piano player

    Mimes of Wine was born as the solo project of singer and pianist Laura Loriga in 2006. The songs that are part of her first album, Apocalypse Sets In (2009), were all composed and recorded during the following three years, inspired by the cities where she lived during that period (Bologna, Italy, where she grew up, Paris,


    (3,126 listeners)

    folk, alternative rock, singapore, rock

    MONSTER CAT takes its name from the ‘bakeneko’, a cat with supernatural abilities in Japanese folklore. It is said a bakeneko will haunt any household it is in, menacing sleepers, walking on its hind legs, even devouring its owner and shapeshifting to take his place.

  • Morning Parade

    (85,887 listeners)

    indie rock, indie, alternative, electronic

    It was Ian Brown who said, “It’s not where you’re from, it’s where you’re at.” But he said that after he’d already made it. What he didn’t realise is that for most people, they don’t make it out at all, and for those who do, what really leaves the impression is the journey.

  • Moss

    (65,006 listeners)

    doom metal, drone, sludge, drone doom

    There are at least ten artists which use the name Moss: 1. An indie rock band from The Netherlands 2. An occult doom metal band from the United Kingdom 3. A rock band from China 4. An electronic musician 5. A progressive trance producer 6. An IDM musician

  • Niki & the Dove

    (145,169 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.

  • of Montreal

    (1,010,536 listeners)

    indie, indie pop, indie rock, alternative

    of Montreal is an indie pop band which formed in Athens, Georgia, United States in 1997. The band is fronted by Kevin Barnes, who writes, composes, and plays most of the music for his albums.

  • of Verona

    (10,666 listeners)

    rock, female vocalists, pop, electro-rock

    Los Angeles based of Verona, whose members hail originally from Toronto and New York, is fronted by a charismatic female lead singer, Mandi Perkins and two other uber talented 21 year olds, Dillon and Jeff.

  • Pageants

    (2,609 listeners)

    rock, indie, garage rock, psychedelic rock

    Coconut Garage band from Melbourne, Australia...... Pageants is also a band formed in Long Beach, California, United States. It's members are Rebecca Coleman (vocals, guitar), Devin O'Brien (guitar), and Dylan Wood (drums).

  • Patrick Wolf

    (629,145 listeners)

    indie, singer-songwriter, electronic, folk

    Patrick Wolf (born Patrick Denis Apps on 30 June, 1983) is a singer-songwriter from London, United Kingdom. Wolf mixes electronics and samples with a wide range of instruments including viola, keyboards, ukulele, and percussion, all of which he plays himself to form a fusion of jazz, folk and electronic music.

  • Penguin PrisonUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (176,534 listeners)

    electronic, indie, electropop, american

    Penguin Prison is Chris Glover from New York, who first rose to prominence with a college band called "The Smartest People at Bard", whose demos came to the attention of Q-Tip and, through him, Interscope.

  • Penny Hewson

    (48 listeners)

    australian, female vocalists, melbourne, under 2000 listeners

  • Resplandor

    (20,544 listeners)

    shoegaze, dream pop, peru, indie

    1. Resplandor is a shoegaze/dream pop band from Lima, Peru. Biography from their official site: The band was brought to life in early 1996, with a sound influenced by shoegaze and noise pop, recording some songs that were published in 1998 on the "Sol de hiel" ep.

  • Sudden Weather Change

    (2,081 listeners)

    icelandic, rock, all, alternative rock

    Sudden Weather Change are five artists/art students from Iceland, whose sound is best described as loud, dark and fierce. They embrace the 90s alt-rock aesthetic, turn up their guitars and show no mercy when it comes to feedback. 

  • Terminal

    (39,220 listeners)

    rock, indie, emo, progressive metal

    There are at least three bands with the name Terminal: 1. Texas - home of big trucks, savory barbeque, and the next big thing: Terminal.

  • The Balconies

    (6,776 listeners)

    indie, canadian, new wave, post-punk

    It’s a birds and the bees sort of question… Or maybe a chicken or the egg sort of question… What came first the rosined violin strings, major falls, classical theory or the smashed guitars, split finger tips and sweaty bodies?

  • The Big Pink

    (285,829 listeners)

    shoegaze, electronic, indie, british

    The Big Pink are an electro rock duo that formed in 2007 in London, England. The group consists of Robbie Furze (vocals, guitar) and Vicky Jean Smith (drums). Milo Cordell (keyboards, synths, vocals) left the band in February 2013. The duo took their name from "Big Pink", a house in upstate New York where The Band and Bob Dylan made some legendary recordings.

  • The Kavanaghs

    (177 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, power pop, argentina, 60s influenced

    Eternal Sunday proudly presents the most surprising and unexpected band from the underground scene from Argentina: The Kavanaghs.

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

    (87,386 listeners)

    indie pop, indie, folk, dream pop

    The Lighthouse and the Whaler is a band from Cleveland, Ohio, though its name alludes to the waters off the coast of Massachusetts. Inspired by a theme from Moby Dick, the band’s name alone is enough to make underpaid Literature teachers beam with pride.

  • The Moog

    (12,458 listeners)

    indie, hungarian, indie rock, rock

    THE MOOG is an indie rock band from Budapest, Hungary who just signed with American label, MuSick Records (based in Los Angeles). The band plays 60s garage and 70s punk influenced indie rock n roll. THE MOOG consists of: Tonyo (vocals, keyboard), Gergo (drums), Adi (guitar), Csabi (bass) and Miguel (guitar), and they recently released their first album, "Sold For Tomorrow.

  • The Standards

    (1,240 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, indie, lds, rock

    There is more than one artist named The Standards: 1) A Thai-Brit quintet based in Bangkok, The Standards comprise of charismatic SE London native and Damon Albarn look-alike Matt Smith on vocals, percussion and melodeon and Stevenage boy Paul Smith (no relation) on guitars and backing vocals.

  • The Trouble With Templeton

    (20,064 listeners)

    folk, indie, acoustic, rock

    The Trouble with Templeton is the moniker of Australian Singer/songwriter Thomas Calder. A unique blend of Alternative Folk, The Trouble With Templeton’s music is about honest feelings and emotional experiences. With a strong lyrical and melodic focus, each song commands attention with passionate and heartfelt sincerity.

  • The Wombats

    (950,821 listeners)

    indie, british, indie rock, britpop

    There are two artists that share this name: 1) The Wombats are a three-piece indie band which formed in 2003 in Liverpool, England.

  • Touchy Mob

    (11,615 listeners)

    electronic, folk, folktronica, idm

    a „touchy mob“ is taking a cruise over not-a-lake-not-yet-an-ocean. waves are shaking the giant ship. they immediately stop enjoying their expensive dinner, because the ship is built like a calm city. nothing points to being on the high seas. HOMEPAGE:

  • Tribes

    (85,411 listeners)

    indie rock, british, indie, alternative

    There are several bands with this name. 1. Tribes were a London-based indie band formed in Summer 2009, consisting of Johnny Lloyd, Dan White, Jim Cratchley and Miguel Demelo.