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  • Aaron Roche

    (960 listeners)

    acoustic, indie, singer-songwriter, alternative

    Aaron Roche, originally from Nashville, Tennessee is a Christian artist known for both his vocally/instrumentally soft sound. Studying theology at Southern Adventist University, he simultaneously wrote music inspired by his studies and experiences. Although Aaron Roche remains a solo artist, he now often performs duets with his wife Whitni.

  • Abram Wilson

    (3,062 listeners)

    jazz, trumpet, blues, jazz trumpet

    (August 30, 1973 – June 9, 2012) Born in Fort Smith, Arkansas in 1973, Abram Wilson grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana where he attended the New Orleans Center For Creative Arts (NOCCA), a school specialising in jazz and classical music. After graduating from NOCCA and high-school, he studied classical trumpet with Larry Griffin at Ohio Wesleyan University.

  • Andy Yorke

    (7,529 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, indie, acoustic, male vocalists

    Although his elder sibling's fame may threaten to outshine his own accomplishments, singer/songwriter Andy Yorke (whose brother, Thom Yorke, found international success with Radiohead) is a competent musician in his own right.

  • Aradhna

    (1,035 listeners)

    christian, india, sitar, bhajan

    It is impossible to listen to Aradhna without a sense that something much deeper is brooding under the music. Spirituality is such an easy term to throw around when speaking about a thing you can 't explain but nonetheless feel. It's a term that breeds ambiguity and at times, misunderstanding.

  • Back Pocket Prophet

    (17 listeners)

  • Baluji Shrivastav

    (1,441 listeners)

    indian, indian classical, sitar, hindustani classical

    Baluji Shrivastav is one of the great instrumentalists India has produced excelling in sitar, surbahar (bass sitar), dilruba, pakhavaj and tabla. Amazingly he was not born into a well known musical dynasty and was not guided by famous gurus.

  • Beth Rowley

    (98,585 listeners)

    female vocalists, soul, jazz, blues

    Beth Rowley (born in October 1981 to British parents in Lima, Peru) is an English singer-songwriter who moved to Bristol, England when she was two years old.

  • Brian Houston

    (3,265 listeners)

    folk, northern irish, singer-songwriter, irish

    Brian Houston is a singer-songwriter from Belfast, Northern Ireland. His music entered the mainstream with the release of the Album "Sugar Queen" in 2006.

  • Captain Cameron

    (85 listeners)

    acoustic, alternative, indie, christian

    Captain Cameron came in to existence when I found my brother no longer was worried when i opened the case for his acoustic, never mind play it, it had taken a while to rebuild the trust over the years after i spilt strawberry milkshake on his new strat.

  • Cathy Burton

    (13,310 listeners)

    female vocalists, singer-songwriter, rock, christian

    When it comes to strategy, we all know the value of playing to our strengths. Yet in a world populated by single-virtue personalities and monochrome brands things seem a little dull from time to time. So when an artist shows up with a truly broad pallet from which to paint, we queue up to sit around and watch it take shape.

  • Daby Touré

    (16,097 listeners)

    african, world, mali, world music

    Daby's story goes back two generations and has a fairy tale beginning. Once upon a time, there were four brothers who lived in a village near Kayes, in what is now the modern state of Mali. They were all shoemakers and leather workers and they strived to sustain the old traditional family trade by turning the skins of crocodiles from the nearby river into shoes, bags, pouches and wallets.

  • Danny Cope

    (899 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, under 2000 listeners, independent, leeds

    Born at the tender age of 0, Danny beat his twin brother out into 'the world' to join his older brother & Mum 'n' Dad in the sunny dreamland that is Romford, Essex.

  • David Clifton

    (12 listeners)

  • Death Is Not Welcome Here

    (1,140 listeners)

    screamo, christian, post hardcore, rock

    five guys. five words. DEATH IS NOT WELCOME HERE far from being just the band's name, these words have become a resounding declaration, echoing around dirty venues, heard by thousands of kids already. the plan is simple, tell the Truth as it is, and never compromise.

  • Desert Sun

    (761 listeners)

    stoner rock, stoner metal, psychedelic rock, german

    Not to be confused with the Desert Sun band formed in 1971 by Paul Alan Watkins, Brooks Ramses Poston and Jane Boltinhouse in Death Valley - Tecopa, California.

  • Eben

    (929 listeners)

    classical, romantic, bbc introducing, tonio banderas

    Eben are producing beautiful, anthemic faith-filled songs that have captured many hearts since the band’s creation in April 2006. Eben seek to take listeners on an intimate, dynamic and uplifting journey. With each member engineering new sounds and penning both new and familiar emotions, eben bring their diversity to the forefront.

  • Edwina Hayes

    (13,986 listeners)

    acoustic, singer-songwriter, folk, country

    Edwina Hayes is a singer/songwriter who has been a regular performer on both the London and Nashville Acoustic scene since 1999. Born in Dublin on 6th June 1973, Edwina grew up in Preston, Lancashire and her beautifully crafted songs and mesmerising stage presence have led her to some of the UK's finest stages including The Royal Albert Hall in London and The Usher Hall, Edinburgh.

  • Electralyte

    (549 listeners)

    indie, rock, alternative, indie rock

    Electralyte continue to push forward both sonically and interpersonally. This 4-piece from Essex are proving to be a popular attraction in London and the surrounding areas with their unique brand of classic songwriting blended with angular guitars, left of centre chord progressions and rhythm that's sure to get you moving!

  • Elliot Jack

    (132 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, birmingham, seen live

    Purveyors of lovely acoustic / electronica, the four members of elliot jack love delay pedals and e-bows, doctor who, radio 4 and buying keyboards from eBay that they don’t know how to work properly. They like listening to sad songs that make you sob into your hands, noodly electronica, jangly guitars and film soundtracks.

  • Emmanuel Jal

    (16,524 listeners)

    hip-hop, sudan, world, hip hop

    Emmanuel Jal (born c. 1980) is a Sudanese musician and former child soldier. Born in the village of Tonj in Southern Sudan, he was a little boy when the civil war broke out.

  • Esther Alexander

    (151 listeners)

    british girls, christian, the bedford, british christian music

    “This feels like the other side of winter for me”… And what a start to the spring. Just a year ago, Esther Alexander – writer and singer of songs about life, love, the stars and the sea – was introduced to Grammy-winning producer Kipper, of Sting fame.

  • Fightstar

    (204,624 listeners)

    post-hardcore, rock, alternative rock, emo

    Fightstar is a post-hardcore band, formed in 2003, from London, United Kingdom. The band consists of Charlie Simpson on vocals, guitar and keyboard, Alex Westaway on guitar and also providing vocals, bass guitarist Dan Haigh and drummer Omar Abidi.

  • Finchley

    (335 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, singer songwriter, gavin kaufman

    Finchley is a solo artist from Liverpool, UK. His Debut album "No Clouds" appeared in 2007.

  • Foreign Slippers

    (6,611 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, folk, female vocal, all

    Foreign Slippers (aka Gabrielle Fröden) was born in Norrköping, Sweden and is based in London. In Gabi’s own words, Foreign Slippers influences are an enigmatic combination of:

  • G-Force Alliance

    (28 listeners)

    sphere of hiphop

  • Gareth Davies-Jones

    (312 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, folk, pop, singer-songwriter

  • Garth Hewitt

    (121 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, political, acoustic, christian

  • Giant Sand

    (99,454 listeners)

    alt-country, americana, indie, rock

    Giant Sand, originally The Giant Sandworms, is an American rock band formed in 1985, based in Tucson, Arizona, USA (although Los Angeles, California was its home for many years).

  • Helen J Hicks

    (1,125 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, sweet and breezy, audioxsdel, piano driven magic

    Helen started singing age three, the piano age six and the guitar age 8. Having come from a family where music was actively encouraged, her mother played the piano and her father had a strong singing voice and also dabbled with the guitar and they all sang around the tree every Christmas (and still do) she started to compose her own songs around the age of ten.

  • Her Enemy

    (13 listeners)

  • Howe Gleb

    (54 listeners)

  • Iain Archer

    (40,914 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, indie, acoustic, northern irish

    Iain Archer is a singer/songwriter from Northern Ireland, who was once a member of the indie band Snow Patrol. Iain comes from a musical background and released several solo albums in the mid 90s on the small Scottish independent label Sticky Music. After a stint with Snow Patrol and a side project with Snow Patrol's frontman Gary Lightbody in The Reindeer Section, he returned to his solo career.

  • Ignited

    (1,959 listeners)

    hip hop, rap, horrorcore, hip-hop

    Ignited is the stage name of 23 year old violin prodigy and aspiring rapper Eddie "Free and Fresh" Haskel. The Billings Montana native has been bustin' rhymes and caps since leaving home after high school to attend The Julliard Academy of music. When not rappin' and rhymin' he volunteers at local animal shelters and assisted living facilities.

  • Jamie Catto

    (38 listeners)

    Jamie Catto (born 14 August 1968 in London, England) is a former and founding member of Faithless. He was the ballad singer/songwriter, and became Art Director and Video Director of the band before leaving in 1999 to form the double-Grammy nominated, global music and film project 1 Giant Leap.

  • José González

    (1,341,547 listeners)

    acoustic, singer-songwriter, indie, folk

    José González (born 1978 in Gothenburg, Sweden) is a Swedish indie folk singer-songwriter and guitarist (of Argentinian extraction). In 2003, he released his debut album, Veneer, in Europe. The album has since been released in the UK, on April 25, 2005, and in the United States on September 6, 2005. González is also a member of the Swedish band Junip, along with Elias Araya and Tobias Winterkorn.

  • Julie Lee

    (2,525 listeners)

    americana, under 2000 listeners, cowhat fav, texas

    The life of Nashville-based singer/songwriter Julie Lee has always been a lesson in assemblage art. She grew up in Maryland on a steady diet of family stories, jazz and folk music, learning early the connection between history and the creative act.

  • Juliet Turner

    (11,143 listeners)

    irish, folk, singer-songwriter, female vocalist

    Juliet Turner is a Northern Irish singer/songwriter. She comes from Tummery, near Omagh, Co. Tyrone, and has been an important part of the Dublin music scene since she started recording in 1996.

  • Kadialy Kouyate

    (12 listeners)

  • Kashee Opeiah

    (865 listeners)

    metalcore, deathcore, hardcore, metal

    KΛSHEE OPEIΛH (pronunciation: [kæshie;opea]) leaves a permanent impression. Raw, brute, and thrilling. agression vs brokeness. Musical images of a storm. KΛSHEE OPEIΛH fills the space between norma jean and cult of luna. the panic starts here.

  • Keith Ayling

    (17 listeners)

    christian, blackpool, greenbelt, preston

  • Kingdom Choir

    (31 listeners)

  • Kinzli

    (1,169 listeners)

    jazz, acoustic, female vocalists, under 2000 listeners

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  • Les Passagers

    (52 listeners)

    acoustique, jazz, french, pop-rock

  • Linchpin

    (966 listeners)

    punk, under 2000 listeners, hardcore, noise

    Ashley Bird - Ex-editor of Kerrang Linchpin are the most exciting young band in Britain. Fact. Their first video was downloaded 33,000 times. The first pressing sold out in 48 hours. Dave Grohl has proclaimed them to be ‘fucking awesome’. They’ve already been praised by Kerrang!, Metal Hammer and Rock Sound magazines.

  • Martyn Joseph

    (6,621 listeners)

    folk, acoustic, singer-songwriter, christian

    Martyn Joseph (born July 15, 1960, in Penarth, Wales) is a Welsh singer-songwriter whose music primarily blends Celtic and folk, while his songwriting often focuses on social protest.

  • Michael Franti & Spearhead

    (282,360 listeners)

    reggae, hip-hop, political, funk

    Michael Franti is a gifted and much-heralded spoken word artist and political activist from San Francisco, CA.

  • Micheal Weston King

    (2 listeners)

  • Miriam Jones

    (2,113 listeners)

    folk, acoustic, under 2000 listeners, british girls

    Miriam Jones is a bold writer with a restorative, liberating, and whimsical voice. Her sound shares characteristics with the likes of Beth Orton, Norah Jones, Sheryl Crow, and Delores O’ Riordan. Miriam shows herself at home in an acoustic and harmonic geography akin to David Gray, Iron & Wine, and Simon & Garfunkel.

  • Mordecai

    (1,181 listeners)

    black metal, garage punk, noise rock, montana

    There are at least several bands named Mordecai: 1) A ramshackle noise rock band from Butte, Montana.

  • MxPx

    (551,164 listeners)

    punk, punk rock, pop punk, rock

    MxPx is a punk rock band that was formed in 1992 in Bremerton, Washington, United States. MxPx started as three 15-year-old kids calling themselves Magnified Plaid pounding out music inspired by and similar to The Descendents and other Southern California punk rock bands.