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  • 3 Beards

    (0 listeners)

  • 3epkanoUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (11,814 listeners)

    post-rock, instrumental, experimental, contemporary classical

    3epkano is experimental / instrumental post-rock seven-piece band / ensemble formed in Dublin, Ireland in early year 2004 by Matthew Nolan and Cameron Doyle.

  • A-Trak

    (165,571 listeners)

    turntablism, electronic, hip-hop, scratch

    From label boss, hit producer, World Champion DJ, trendsetter, genre-mangling party-starter, to blogger extraordinaire, Alain Macklovitch, best known as A-Trak, embodies the full scope of the 21st Century musician-entrepreneur model. At the mere age of 29, A-Trak has had two distinct phases to his winding 11 year career.

  • Absentee

    (12,374 listeners)

    indie, british, alternative, memphis industries

    Absentee are a band from London in the UK, signed to Memphis Industries. It was formed by Dan Michaelson (vocalist, guitarist) and Melinda Bronstein (vocals, keyboards, melodica, glockenspiel) in 2003 after releasing a mini album titled Hawaiian Disco. They were joined by guitarist Babak Ganjei, bassist Laurie Earle and drummer Jon Chandler.

  • Adrian Crowley

    (19,165 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, indie, acoustic

    Adrian Crowley is an Irish singer-songwriter (born 1979). Crowley is a native of Barna, County Galway, but he lives in Dublin. He released his first album, ""A Strange Kind", in 1999. His music sounds like "a heartbroken steam engine whistling Tennyson's 'In Memoriam' as set to music by Leonard Cohen. (Not my own words, I'll have you know)", as Crowley wrote, on his MySpace page.

  • Alphastates

    (1,970 listeners)

    irish, under 2000 listeners, alternative, all

    Alphastates are an Irish indie/electronica act with a sound based around Dowling's distinctive vocals and a strong melodic backing. They will be releasing a new single Champagne Glass, on the 25th March, followed by their second album, Human Nature, on the 24th April.

  • Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra

    (105,814 listeners)

    afrobeat, funk, jazz, world

    NOTE: According to the band's Web site, http://Antibalas.com , the name they call themselves is "Antibalas," NOT "Antibaalas Afrobeat Orchestra." All of their releases since 2003 were released under that name. Please update your tags accordingly. Last.fm should NOT be forcing the scrobbles to the wrong band name.

  • Armoured Bear

    (194 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, acoustic, chilled, irish

    ‘Armoured Bear inhabits that sultry space between sleep and consciousness, that magic realm where dreams encroach on reality, that special spot where for one moment of bliss in the blue dawning of the morning, you awake oblivious to the world and forget where you are.’

  • Autamata

    (6,432 listeners)

    electronic, indie, alternative rock, irish

    Autamata is an Irish electro-pop band with a revolving personnel that reflects the band’s broad and nebulous nature. The brainchild of the only long-term member, Dublin-based artist and producer Ken McHugh, the earliest line-up featured two of Ireland’s foremost female vocalists: Carol Keogh and Cathy Davey. A later configuration saw Graham Hopkins on drums and Sarah Verdon providing vocals.

  • Balanescu Quartet

    (53,657 listeners)

    contemporary classical, avant-garde, classical, instrumental

    The Balanescu Quartet is a London-based avant-garde string quartet founded in 1987 by Romanian-born violinist Alexander Bălănescu. The group achieved fame through the release of Possessed, consisting of complex cover versions of songs by German experimental electronic music band Kraftwerk.

  • Black Acid

    (1,746 listeners)

    psychedelic, rock, psychedelic rock, electronic

    There are at least three artists recording as Black Acid. One is a New York based band featuring Richard Fearless (formerly of Death in Vegas) and members of Dirty on Purpose, Nymph and Coyote. http://www.myspace.com/officialblackacid

  • Black Lips

    (430,401 listeners)

    garage rock, garage punk, indie, garage

    The Black Lips are a self-described "flower punk" band which formed in Atlanta, Georgia, United States in 2000.

  • Booka Shade

    (446,071 listeners)

    minimal, electronic, electro, house

    Even by Booka Shade's unusually frenetic standards, the past 12 months have been intense. Since the release of their fourth album, ‘More!’, the Berlin-based duo, Arno Kammermeier and Walter Merziger, have been touring almost non-stop. And loving every minute of it.

  • Boss Volenti

    (312 listeners)

    rock, irish, indie, ireland

    Boss Volenti are a hard hitting, hip shaking, no nonsense rock 'n' roll band from Dublin. They formed in the tail end of 2005. Their musical heroes range from such very diverse artists as Thin Lizzy and Yeah Yeah Yeahs to Led Zeppelin, Death from Above 1979 and Steely Dan.

  • Calibre

    (100,937 listeners)

    drum and bass, liquid funk, dnb, drum n bass

    Dominick Martin aka Calibre is the 1st exclusively Irish Drum and Bass artist. Classically trained in violin, he dropped this for drums and began playing in various bands, before finding early Detroit techno and house. His inspiration around that time is said to wander around the likes of Kenny Larkin, Carl Craig, Juan Atkins, the Orb.

  • Candi Staton

    (169,026 listeners)

    soul, female vocalists, disco, rnb

    Candi Staton (born Canzetta Maria Staton on 13 March 1940, in Hanceville, Alabama, USA) is an American gospel singer. She is best known for her disco hit Young Hearts Run Free and dance hit You Got The Love.

  • Cansei de Ser Sexy

    (816,590 listeners)

    electronic, indie, brazilian, female vocalists

    Cansei de Ser Sexy (commonly known as CSS) is a band from São Paulo, Brazil, formed in 2003. The band name is Portuguese for “Tired of Being Sexy” (taken from something Beyoncé once commented to the press: “I am tired of being sexy”).

  • Carbon/Silicon

    (10,686 listeners)

    rock, punk, british, clash related

    Carbon/Silicon was formed in 2003 by Mick Jones (The Clash, Big Audio Dynamite) and Tony James (Generation X, Sigue Sigue Sputnik). The band is vocally supportive of P2P file sharing, and offers downloads of their complete albums on their website. Their debut CD album The Last Post came out on October 1st 2007.

  • Cathy Davey

    (31,861 listeners)

    female vocalists, irish, singer-songwriter, indie

    Cathy Davey is a Dublin born singer/songwriter. She is most frequently compared to the likes of Björk, PJ Harvey and Kate Bush, and is known for her unique sounds of rock infused with hypnotic tones which create sensitivity alongside angst.

  • Christy Moore

    (95,246 listeners)

    irish, folk, celtic, singer-songwriter

    Christy Moore, a native of Co. Kildare, Ireland, found fame as a member of the legendary tradition folk band Planxty. Since then he has carved out his own career as a consummate solo performer. In the 1980s Christy teamed up with Donal Lunny to form the innovative Moving Hearts.

  • Chromeo

    (615,119 listeners)

    electronic, funk, electro, dance

    Chromeo is an electrofunk duo based in Montreal, Canada and New York City. They are P-Thugg (Patrick Gemayel) on keyboards, synthesizers and talk box, and Dave 1 (David Macklovitch) on guitar and lead vocals. The two were best friends since childhood and officially formed the band in 2002. They describe themselves as the only successful Arab/Jewish collaboration since the beginning of time.

  • Conor Oberst

    (241,918 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, indie, folk, indie rock

    Conor Oberst is an American singer-songwriter born February 15, 1980 in Omaha, Nebraska. He began his recording career in 1993 at the age of 13 and has since produced an enormous amount of material.

  • Count and Sinden

    (1,774 listeners)

  • Cowboy X

    (1,619 listeners)

    indie, female vocalists, sexy, indie rock

    Cowboy X Karen McCartney: guitar, vocals John Hanley: drums David Grealy: guitar Wayne Gibson: bass

  • Crash Ensemble

    (92 listeners)

    electric picnic 2008

    Crash Ensemble was founded in 1997 by composer Donnacha Dennehy; conductor and pianist Andrew Synott; and clarinetist Michael Seaver.

  • Crystal Castles

    (1,320,864 listeners)

    electronic, 8-bit, new rave, electro

    Crystal Castles is an experimental electronic band which formed in 2003 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and consists of producer Ethan Kath and vocalist Alice Glass. They are named after the lyrics "The fate of the world is safe in Crystal Castles" and "Crystal Castles, the source of all power" both from the theme song for She-Ra's fortress.

  • Cut Copy

    (1,027,011 listeners)

    electronic, indie, australian, electro

    Cut Copy is a synthpop band formed in 2001 in Melbourne, Australia, and made up of Dan Whitford (lead vocals/keys/guitar), Tim Hoey (bass/guitar), Mitchell Scott (drums) and Ben Browning (bass/synthesiser), Bennett Foddy being a former member.

  • Dan Deacon

    (237,554 listeners)

    electronic, experimental, avant-garde, indie

    Dan Deacon (born 1981) is a Baltimore, Maryland-based electronic music composer/performer. He attended the Conservatory of Music at Purchase College in Purchase, New York, where he played in many bands, including tuba for Langhorne Slim and guitar in the improvisational grindcore band Rated R.

  • Dark Room Notes

    (5,242 listeners)

    electronica, irish, ireland, indie

    DARK ROOM NOTES Dark Room Notes have worked with producers Flood (U2, Depeche Mode, PJ Harvey) and Tom Rixton (Elastica, The Chalets, Tom Vek).

  • David Kitt

    (43,044 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, irish, indie, folk

    David Kitt (born in 1975 in Dublin, Ireland) is an Irish musician who crosses multiple genres. He has released six solo albums to date. Since mid-2007 Kitt has been making house music with his brother, Robbie, under the psuedonym Spilly Walker. He has also been a member of Tindersticks since their 2010 Falling Down a Mountain album and tour.

  • Dawn Landes

    (108,748 listeners)

    folk, female vocalists, singer-songwriter, indie

    Dawn Landes (born December 5, 1980 in Louisville, Kentucky) is an American singer-songwriter and musician currently based in New York City.

  • deadmau5

    (1,249,138 listeners)

    house, electronic, progressive house, electro

    Born (January 5, 1981) and raised in Niagara Falls, Canada, Joel Zimmerman (aka "deadmau5") has become one of the most sought-after artists on the electronic music scene in recent times. He is known for his highly entertaining live gigs, often performing wearing a large cartoon mouse head.

  • Dengue Fever

    (104,150 listeners)

    psychedelic, cambodian, experimental, pop

    Dengue Fever’s psychedelic take on the Cambodian pop sounds of the 60s makes them a unique rock’n’roll success story.

  • Digital Mystikz

    (118,535 listeners)

    dubstep, grime, electronic, dub

    Digital Mystikz are dubstep producers from South London and, with Loefah, own the label DMZ and promote their own event of the same name. This takes place at the Mass in Brixton once every two months.

  • Digitalism

    (898,031 listeners)

    electronic, electro, dance, german

    Digitalism is an electro house duo founded in 2004 in Hamburg, Germany and consisting of Jens 'Jence' Moelle and İsmail 'Isi' Tüfekçi. They are signed to French label Kitsuné Music.

  • Disconauts

    (336 listeners)

    house, chillout, electronica, electro


    (8,226 listeners)

    african, world, world music, west african

    bio Vocalist, dancer, and percussionist Dobet Gnahore has been hailed Africa's leading star on the rise, compared to genre legends and cultural ambassadors like Miriam Makeba and Hugh Masakela by her mid-twenties. Brought up in a musical and artistic hot-house environment, Gnahore's musical talent comes as no surprise.

  • Donal Dineen

    (46 listeners)

    electric picnic 2008, seen live

    Donal Dineen is an Irish radio presenter, photographer, film maker and former television presenter from County Kerry. He currently presents an assortment of electronica, soul, hip-hop, folk and alternative music on his Small Hours (formerly Here Comes the Night) late-night radio show on Today FM. He is also known for presenting the now defunct No Disco TV series on Network 2.

  • Dublin Gospel Choir

    (5,180 listeners)

    gospel, gospel choir, christian, gospel rain

    The Dublin Gospel Choir are an Irish Gospel Choir that have been performing contemporary and traditional gospel music in Ireland for 10 years. Some highlights for the choir include: * Headlining Ireland's first ever Gospel Music Festival * Participating in the closing ceremony of the Special Olympics

  • Duffy

    (1,260,206 listeners)

    soul, female vocalists, british, pop

    There are several artists who go by the name Duffy. The most notable of these is Welsh singer-songwriter Duffy (born Aimée Ann Duffy ).

  • Eddie Brennan

    (5 listeners)

  • Elbow

    (884,036 listeners)

    indie, alternative, indie rock, britpop

    Elbow is an alternative rock band which formed in Bury, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom in 1990 while at sixth-form college. The band consists of Guy Garvey (vocals, guitar), Mark Potter (guitar, vocals), Pete Turner (bass), Craig Potter (keyboards) and Richard Jupp (drums). Over the band's 20 year career, it has released five studio albums, four EPs and ten top fifty singles in the UK.

  • Emmy The Great

    (230,732 listeners)

    female vocalists, singer-songwriter, indie, acoustic

    Emmy the Great is the stage name of London-based singer-songwriter Emma-Lee Moss (born in 1984 in Hong Kong). Her albums include First Love (2009) and Virtue (2011).

  • Faust

    (140,833 listeners)

    krautrock, experimental, progressive rock, psychedelic

    Several bands are called Faust: Faust is a German krautrock band, originally composed of Werner "Zappi" Diermaier, Hans Joachim Irmler, Arnulf Meifert, Jean-Hervé Péron, Rudolf Sosna and Gunter Wüsthoff, working with producer Uwe Nettelbeck and engineer Kurt Graupner.

  • Fink

    (419,267 listeners)

    indie, singer-songwriter, downtempo, ninja tune

    There are, at least, two artists known as Fink: (1) A Brighton-based acoustic folk / blues / electronic artist

  • Florence + the Machine

    (1,953,161 listeners)

    indie, female vocalists, alternative, british

    Florence + the Machine (a stylisation of Florence and The Machine), is a London, UK, art pop band led by singer-songwriter Florence Welch and formed in 2007.

  • Foals

    (1,072,614 listeners)

    indie, math rock, indie rock, british

    Foals are an Indie Rock/Math Rock band which formed in Oxford, England in 2005. They are currently signed to Transgressive Records in the United Kingdom and Sub Pop in the United States.

  • Fovea Hex

    (3,796 listeners)

    ambient, experimental, ethereal, folk

    Fovea Hex is a experimental group from Ireland consisting of the lead figure Clodagh Simmonds and the core members Laura Sheeran, Michael Begg, Colin Potter, Cora Venus Lunny and Kate Ellis. The group have developed a bit of an enviable cult status both in Europe and the United States. Their music can be downloaded from Bandcamp.

  • Frantics

    (2,409 listeners)

    surf, surf rock, punk, punk rock

  • Franz Ferdinand

    (2,921,648 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, rock, alternative

    Franz Ferdinand is a Scottish rock band that formed in Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, in 2002 and played an important part in the post-punk revival of the 2000s. The band is composed of Alex Kapranos (lead vocals and guitar), Bob Hardy (bass guitar), Nick McCarthy (rhythm guitar, keyboards and backing vocals) and Paul Thomson (drums, percussion and backing vocals).