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  • 1984

    (19,212 listeners)

    post-punk, cold wave, new wave, polish

    There are at least 15 bands with the name 1984: 1. A French indie band 2. A Polish coldwave band 3. A British indie rock band 4. A funk group 5. An American progressive melodic hardcore band 6. An Italian indie rock project

  • Akanoid

    (8,261 listeners)

    psytrance, synthpop, psychedelic trance, psychedelic

    When Hilton Theissen and Uwe Lübbers met for the first time in summer 1997, each of them was already looking back on several experiences with different musical projects .

  • Ane Brun

    (393,729 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, female vocalists, norwegian, acoustic

    Ane Brun (IPA ænə brun), real name Ane Brunvoll (born 10 March 1976), is a Norwegian singer/songwriter, born and raised in Molde, Norway. She lives in Stockholm, Sweden.

  • Apollo Drive

    (4,650 listeners)

    alternative rock, modern rock, rock, alternative

    In 2008, Stefan Örn (Guitar/Keyboards) was playing in local bars on the east coast of Sweden and came across Fredrik Lönngren (Vocals), whom he would describe as “sort of a local hero, with a voice like he’d never heard before”.

  • As in Rebekkamaria

    (17,129 listeners)

    electronic, female vocalists, swedish, alternative

    This is the solo project of Rebekka Maria Andersson Her live band: Rebecka Maria Wållgren - keys and percs Christoffer Schultz - keys and percs Johannes Nidam - guitar and keys Johannes Dybkjær Andersson - drums

  • Borko

    (45,516 listeners)

    post-rock, icelandic, indie, electronic

    Björn Kristiansson alias Borko is an icelandic musician that combines sweet pop-melodies with clever and sometimes bulky electronic sounds. He usually works as a movie- and theatre musician and as a music teacher in an elementary school. In 2008, he released his debut album "Celebrating Life".

  • Callejón

    (11,455 listeners)

    metalcore, screamo, german, hardcore

    Callejon (Spanish for alleyway, not dead end street as often claimed) are five guys from Düsseldorf, Germany. For a bit more than two years they have been making music they call screamo-metal.

  • Dark Age

    (50,595 listeners)

    melodic death metal, death metal, german, metal

    There are at least 4 bands with this name. 1. Dark Age is a German melodic death metal band formed in 1995 in Hamburg.

  • Deadbeat

    (98,455 listeners)

    dub, ambient, electronic, minimal

    There are multiple bands using the name Deadbeat: 1. Though based in Montreal, Deadbeat and his ultra-textured ambient dub soundscapes made their way around the world, finding large audiences in Europe as well as in North America. Deadbeat producer Scott Monteith is a member of the same fertile Montreal scene that includes such luminaries as Akufen (Marc Leclair) and Algorithm (Jeff Milligan).

  • Ellen Allien

    (285,061 listeners)

    electronic, minimal, techno, electro

    Ellen Allien (born Ellen Fraatz) is a successful electronic musician, music producer and the owner of the music label Bpitch Control. She lives in Berlin, Germany, but travels extensively. She sings in both German and English. Allien has said that one of the main inspirations for her music is the culture of reunified Berlin; her album "Stadtkind" was dedicated to the city.

  • Fixmer/McCarthy

    (24,780 listeners)

    ebm, industrial, electronic, old school ebm

    A project from Terence Fixmer and Douglas McCarthy (Nitzer Ebb). After many years of silence Douglas McCarthy, the legendary voice of Nitzer Ebb, is ready for a new electronic WAR ! ! He has joined forces with Terence Fixmer to create Fixmer /McCarthy - a new project that combines both their strengths…

  • Get Well Soon

    (142,234 listeners)

    indie, singer-songwriter, german, alternative

    In the white noise of a time where pop music is endlessly booming out of millions of speakers Rest Now, Weary Head! is the first album of the band of Konstantin Gropper. Here, he invites us to lean back for a while and close our eyes. Wounds are being bandaged, scars counted.

  • Ghost of Tom Joad

    (32,890 listeners)

    indie, german, indie rock, alternative

    Ghost of Tom Joad is a post-punk band founded in 2006 in Münster, Germany. The band consists of Henrik Roger (vocals, guitar), Jens Mehring (bass, vocals) and Christoph Schneider (drums, vocals). So far, they have released one EP (Is This What You Call a Fronterlebnis?) and two albums: No Sleep Until Ostkreuz (2008) and Matterhorn (2009).

  • Handsome Furs

    (181,267 listeners)

    canadian, indie rock, indie, electronic

    Handsome Furs were an indie rock band which formed in 2005 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The band consisted of Dan Boeckner (vocals, guitar) and his wife, Alexei Perry (keyboards, vocals). Boeckner is also a member of the bands Wolf Parade and Atlas Strategic. Handsome Furs have released three albums on Sub Pop: "Plague Park" (2007), "Face Control" (2009) and "Sound Kapital" (2011).

  • Headlights

    (146,562 listeners)

    indie pop, indie, female vocalists, indie rock

    Headlights were an indie rock band from Champaign, IL, formed in 2004-2010. The band was formed following the dissolution of Absinthe Blind, when members Erin Fein, Seth Fein and Brett Sanderson formed a band named Orphan (not Orphans, as it is commonly misspelled).

  • Herrenmagazin

    (34,228 listeners)

    indie, german, hamburg, indie pop

    An indie rock band from Hamburg, Germany. http://HerrenMusik.DE

  • Islands

    (432,426 listeners)

    indie, indie pop, canadian, indie rock

    Islands is an indie rock band formed in 2005 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and currently based in Los Angeles, California

  • Jacob Faurholt

    (1,793 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, under 2000 listeners, indie folk

    In 2005 the Danish trio Jacob Faurholt & Sweetie Pie Wilbur released their debut album "Queen of Hope" on the Danish independent label Quartermain Records. On "Queen of Hope" you’ll hear an under-acted, spontaneous and intimate pop with little mistakes and disharmonies.

  • James Hunter

    (39,547 listeners)

    soul, rhythm and blues, blues, blue-eyed soul

    Hunter is a British blue-eyed soul singer whose smokey mellifluous voice has been compared to his influences like Sam Cooke, Georgie Fame and Jackie Wilson. Hunter began his roots music career in the 1980s under the name Howlin' Wilf. His later solo recordings feature rhythm and blues in the style of the 1950s and 60's, pitched between R&B, early rock and roll, and early soul.

  • Jersey

    (9,896 listeners)

    indie, punk, punk rock, rock

    There are three bands under the name "Jersey" and one solo artist. The first being the Canadian Punk band, the second being a German Indie Band, the third being a Croatian Hard rock/Heavy metal band and the solo artist being Hey Monday's bassist Michael "Jersey" Moriarty (better known as Mikey Mo).

  • Julia Marcell

    (73,721 listeners)

    female vocalists, polish, piano, acoustic

    Julia Marcell is a singer-songwriter from Poland who currently resides in Germany. Julia Marcell composed since she was 14 years old, and circa 2007 she learned how to play the piano. In 2007 she released her first album, the extended play Storm EP, which featured piano oriented compositions with string arrangements.

  • Junior Boys

    (440,065 listeners)

    electronic, electropop, electronica, indie

    A Hamilton, Ontario-based electronic pop group, Junior Boys began as a duo with its duties split between Jeremy Greenspan and Johnny Dark.

  • Juvelen

    (63,100 listeners)

    electronic, swedish, pop, electronica

    Swedish for "The Jewel", Juvelen is the project of Jonas Petterson started 2005 in Stockholm, Sweden.

  • Keziah Jones

    (89,610 listeners)

    funk, soul, blufunk, blues

    Keziah Jones (born Olufemi Sanyaolu on January 10, 1968 in Lagos, Nigeria) is a Nigerian singer-songwriter and guitarist. He describes his musical style as “Blufunk”, which is a fusion between raw blues elements and hard, edgy funk rhythms. Also his Nigerian roots and soul music can be considered a major influence on his sound.

  • Kilians

    (129,194 listeners)

    german, indie, indie rock, alternative

    Kilians (formerly known as The Kilians) were five young musicians from Dinslaken (North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany) . In 2005 they recorded their first EP and grabbed the attention of Thees Uhlmann, the front man of Tomte. Shortly after they were the supporting act of Tomte during the "Spring Tour" in 2006. Their Song "Jealous Lover" hit the Top-3 of the "Campus Charts".

  • Kitchen Knife Wife

    (30 listeners)

    seen as support band, rock, indie, australian

  • Lamplight

    (251 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, acoustic, uk, australia

    There are at least two bands called "Lamplight": 1. A UK based three piece Acoustic Indie band from Romford, Essex. Hearty and honest - Acoustically warm - indie - pop songs. Check out their tracks - CIRCLES - GET AWAY - RADIO and BUTTERFLIES. for more - www.myspace.com/lamplightlive

  • Lily Electric

    (2,012 listeners)

    danish, art rock, indie, indie rock

    Indie-artrock band from Denmark, most of the band live in Berlin. The band started in spring 2005 and made their first recordings during that summer for the EP "lily electric" which they released in october 2005. Since then they´ve released: 8 Song Minialbum - 2006

  • Look See Proof

    (75,244 listeners)

    indie rock, indie, british, alternative

    LOOK SEE PROOF were brothers David and Lee Sells (lead vocals & bass / vocals & guitar respectively), Jason Slender (guitar) Jonny Harry (vocals & drums) and Jaime Randall (vocals and keys)

  • Lordi

    (411,877 listeners)

    hard rock, heavy metal, finnish, metal

    Lordi is a hard rock / heavy metal band from Finland, formed in 1996 by 'Mr. Lordi' of Rovaniemi, Finland. They're known for their monster costumes and lyrical themes.

  • Los Campesinos!

    (568,252 listeners)

    indie pop, indie, british, indie rock

    Los Campesinos! are an indie pop band which formed in Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom in 2006. The band's current lineup consists of Gareth Campesinos! (vocals, glockenspiel, keyboards), Kim Campesinos! (vocals, keyboards), Tom Campesinos! (guitar, vocals…

  • Maintain

    (18,652 listeners)

    metalcore, german, german metalcore, melodic death metal

    http://www.myspace.com/maintainmetal Actuation through Differentness „Actually everything is different“ knows guitarist and songwriter Nils Tinnemeyer in Maintain to report about the second album and meets with the nail on the head in such a manner that this Mantra could be stung in addition to his other innumerable Tattoos.

  • Majors

    (1,611 listeners)

    hip-hop, danish, roskilde 08, rap

    Majors is a new danish super group consisting of 2 times world champ DJ Noize, DJ Static, Nat Ill, J-spliff, and Negash Ali.

  • Mamas Gun

    (13,088 listeners)

    funk, soul, mamas gun, cool

    Mamas Gun are a five-piece fronted by the charismatic nay striking singer/composer/producer/designer Andy Platts but they are by no means a one man operation. Bassist ‘Professor’ Rex Horan, another focal point of the band’s feisty stage show, was born in the Western Australian desert and is equally adept on violin and piano and in classical music.

  • Martha Wainwright

    (332,218 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, female vocalists, folk, indie

    Martha Wainwright (b. 1976 in Montreal, Quebec) is a Canadian-American singer-songwriter. Daughter of Loudon Wainwright III and Kate McGarrigle, and the sister of Rufus Wainwright, she has frequently appeared on recordings by her family members, the McGarrigle Sisters and Family and has released several independent EPs.

  • Mesh

    (159,239 listeners)

    synthpop, electronic, futurepop, ebm

    There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Mesh are a synthpop/ebm group, hailing from Bristol, England, UK consisting of Mark Hockings and Richard Silverthorn. Neil Taylor was in Mesh from their conception in 1991 until 2005. Their music is described by their official website as "somewhere between synthpop and EBM". Personally they prefer the term 'Electro rock'.

  • Mintzkov

    (34,734 listeners)

    belgian, rock, alternative rock, indie

    Mintzkov is a Belgian alternative rock band. After the tight and straightforward sounding ‘360°’ album, Mintzkov intended to open up their music a little more.

  • Moke

    (45,791 listeners)

    dutch, rock, indie, indie rock

    There are at least two bands and one rapper with this name: 1) Despite a song title like The Long Way on its repertoire, Amsterdam-based band Moke has taken the shortcut to success. In the first 18 months of its existence, Moke managed to get main stage slots on festivals such as Pinkpop, Lowlands and Parkpop in their home country and Sziget in Hungary.

  • Mugison

    (81,418 listeners)

    icelandic, indie, singer-songwriter, experimental

    The Legend of Mugison. (the way I heard it..) In 2001 Mugison met his first laptop – a used Mac, most likely stolen or over borrowed from a poor philosophy student in Iceland.

  • Myriad Creatures

    (1,071 listeners)

    rock, indie, berlin, alternative

    Myriad Creatures released their highly anticipated debut album, The Right Way To Do Wrong, in July of this year with a raucous launch party at the one and only Cafe Zapata.

  • Neimo

    (6,594 listeners)

    french, rock, indie rock, electronic

    The new wave sound of the Parisian underground reaches these shores in the form of Neimo. A four-piece with influences ranging from The Smiths to The Strokes bring us an infusion of quirky pop and rock intertwined with a sly, lushness of hooky guitar riffs.

  • O'Death

    (53,503 listeners)

    folk, alt-country, indie, new weird america

    O'Death are an American Gothic Country band from New York. Borrowing their band name from a traditional American folk song that comes out of Western North Carolina, O’Death draws on traditional folk, bluegrass, punk, gypsy music, metal, swing and jazz stylings.

  • Our Broken Garden

    (18,489 listeners)

    female vocalists, indie pop, danish, singer-songwriter

    Our Broken Garden is the solo project of the empyrean-voiced singer-songwriter / slowcore artist Anna Brønsted from Denmark.

  • Ozark HenryUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (64,516 listeners)

    belgian, alternative, singer-songwriter, belgium

    Ozark Henry is the project of Piet Goddaer. This musician from Kortrijk, son of celebrated classical composer Norbert Goddaer, was the singer/rapper of the group Word before Ozark Henry. Despite a lot of gigs, the group never managed to get a record deal (the only release is a track "Henry Men-She" on "Debuutrock 1995") and died a subsequent silent death.

  • Pitchtuner

    (3,128 listeners)

    electronic, indie, german, immergut 2010

    German/Japanese Berlin based Pitchtuner have shaken the Elektro Guitar Pop world within the last 3 years by travelling around the world and featuring their spontaneous and futuristic electornic pop, receiving critical acclaim.

  • Polarkreis 18

    (123,873 listeners)

    electronic, german, indie, indietronica

    Polarkreis 18 is a German pop band from Dresden, Saxony. The musical style of the band can be described as pop, synthpop and indietronic.

  • Port O'Brien

    (161,669 listeners)

    folk, indie, indie folk, indie rock

    Port O'Brien was an American musical group combining elements of acoustic, folk and indie rock, formed in 2005.

  • Racoon

    (171,425 listeners)

    dutch, rock, pop, alternative

    Racoon is a Dutch pop-rock band founded in 1997 in Goes, Zeeland. Bart van der Weide (vocals) and Dennis Huige (guitar) were fed up with the sound of their hardcore rockband Vic'tem and decided to go acoustic.

  • Santa Hates You!

    (0 listeners)

  • Sascha Funke

    (239,147 listeners)

    minimal, electronic, techno, bpitch control

    A kind of techno that sways between the polarity of emotional overload and concrete rationale – hence immediacy, which is what Sascha Funke is all about. 1989