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  • The Future Sound of London

    (526,562 listeners)

    electronic, ambient, idm, electronica

    The Future Sound of London (often abbreviated to FSOL) is a British experimental electronic music duo, formed in 1988 in Manchester, United Kingdom, and made up by Garry Cobain and Brian Dougans. Their music style covers most areas of electronic music, such as techno, drum and bass, house, trip-hop, ambient, dub, and often incorporates elements of jazz, classical and psychedelic rock.

  • Aphex Twin

    (1,332,846 listeners)

    electronic, idm, ambient, experimental

    Aphex Twin, born Richard David James, August 18, 1971, in Limerick, Ireland to Welsh parents Lorna and Derek James, is an electronic music artist. He grew up in Cornwall, United Kingdom and started producing music around the age of 12 and made his first release aired on 1985.

  • Rusko

    (489,665 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, grime, massive dubstep

    1) Rusko was punk band from Czechoslovakia (1992). Frontman Filip Venclík was murdered by neonazi-skinhead in 1993.

  • Modeselektor

    (421,771 listeners)

    electronic, idm, electro, techno

    Modeselektor is an electronic music band formed in Berlin, featuring Gernot Bronsert and Sebastian Szary. The group draws heavily from IDM, glitch, electro and hip hop. Modeselektor produces all its material with self-developed software in Max/MSP and MIDI controllers.

  • Ulrich Schnauss

    (395,621 listeners)

    ambient, electronic, chillout, idm

    Ulrich Schnauss was born in the northern German town of Kiel in 1977. During his formative years, he came to love a wide spectrum of music, ranging from My Bloody Valentine to Tangerine Dream, from Chapterhouse to early bleep and breakbeat tracks. There was not much opportunity to see his musical heroes in Kiel, so he moved to Berlin in 1996.

  • Skream

    (375,478 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, grime, dub

    Skream is the electronic music producer and DJ Ollie Jones from Croydon, South London. One of dubstep's first and most prominent producers, he is often hailed as the 'ambassador' of the genre.

  • Jamie Lidell

    (377,072 listeners)

    soul, funk, electronic, experimental

    Jamie Lidell (born September 18, 1973, Huntingdon, England) is a musician and soul singer, signed to Warp.

  • 4hero

    (284,955 listeners)

    drum and bass, electronic, downtempo, chillout

    4hero are a UK act based in Dollis Hill, North-West London. The main members of this group are Dennis 'Dego' McFarlane and Mark 'Marc Mac' Clair. As well as being a recording artists, they also run the Reinforced record label.

  • Lee "Scratch" Perry

    (293,180 listeners)

    dub, reggae, roots reggae, roots

    Lee "Scratch" Perry (born Rainford Hugh Perry, on 20th March 1936, in Kendal, Jamaica) is one of the most influential people in the development of reggae and dub music in Jamaica.

  • Benga

    (263,799 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, grime, dub

    Benga (born Adegbenga Adejumo) is a UK music producer from Croydon, and is part of the Big Apple Records label. Being inspired by Wookie and an associate of producer Skream, Benga released his debut 12", "Skank," in late 2002. A co-production with Skream called "The Judgement" appeared on Big Apple in early 2003, and also on "Dubstep Allstars Vol.

  • Busy P

    (271,224 listeners)

    electro, electronic, ed banger, french

    A full decade after the release of 'Homework', and 8 years after Oizo broke through, Busy P (Pedro Winter) is the head of one of the most exciting record labels in the business.

  • Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs

    (280,229 listeners)

    electronic, indie, house, electro

    Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs is a pseudonym of Orlando Higginbottom (b. 7 Mar 1986 in Oxford, UK) and débuted with "All In One Sixty Dancehalls EP" (2009, Greco-Roman).

  • Clark

    (256,196 listeners)

    idm, electronic, experimental, warp

    There are several artists with the name Clark. (1) Chris Clark is an English electronic artist currently signed to Warp. With the 2006 release of Throttle Furniture, he shortened his alias to Clark. His latest, self-titled LP, was released on Warp Records in 2014 and is a follow up to 2012’s Iradelphic.

  • Afrika Bambaataa

    (149,440 listeners)

    hip-hop, funk, electro, hip hop

    Afrika Bambaataa (born April 10th or October 4th, 1957 or 1960; though his birth-date is hotly debated as he refuses to comment on his age) is a community leader, DJ, and Hip-Hop musician from the South Bronx, New York. He was instrumental in the early development of Hip-Hop throughout the 70s, and he has played a significant role in its culture for years.

  • Joker

    (176,395 listeners)

    dubstep, grime, electronic, wonky

    There is more than one artist with this name. 1) Joker is a 22-year-old programmer/producer from Bristol, UK. Currently producing some of the freshest, most innovative grime instrumentals on the scene but equally embraced by the dubstep world, he mixes influences from Dr. Dre-style G-funk to video game chiptune music to UK bass styles.

  • Rustie

    (223,236 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, wonky, grime

    Rustie, born Russell Whyte in Glasgow, Scotland, is an electronic musician signed to Warp Records. He has also released recordings on Stuff Records, Hyperdub, Wireblock and various other labels. He released the EP Bad Science on Wireblock Records.

  • Hudson Mohawke

    (206,952 listeners)

    electronic, experimental, hip-hop, instrumental hip-hop

    Hudson Mohawke, (b. Ross Birchard), also known as DJ Itchy, Hudson Mo or Hud Mo, is an Electronic music producer/DJ from Glasgow, Scotland, affiliated with the LuckyMe collective of musicians and artists. He is signed to Warp Records and G.O.O.D. Music. Hudson released his debut album Butter in October 2009.

  • Scientist

    (140,883 listeners)

    dub, reggae, psychedelic, jamaica

    Scientist is a name of at least two acts: [1] A pseudonym of dub musician Hopeton Brown (aka Overton Brown), from Kingston, Jamaica).

  • Metro Area

    (136,001 listeners)

    house, electronic, disco, electro

    Metro Area is Morgan Geist and Darshan Jesrani. After releasing a number of 12" EPs, they issued their first self-titled album (Metro Area) in 2002.

  • Green Velvet

    (132,975 listeners)

    techno, house, electronic, electro

    Using the Green Velvet moniker to make his singularly twisted, funk-flecked house and techno hybrid, it was as Cajmere that he made his first musical mark back in the early 90's after ditching school half way through a post-grad, chemical engineering degree at top-notch US college Berkeley.

  • Ed Rush & Optical

    (122,158 listeners)

    drum and bass, neurofunk, drum n bass, dnb

    Both Ed Rush and Optical are the co-heads of a drum and bass record label called Virus Recordings, based in London, UK.

  • Kode9Up-and-coming artist (from the Hype Chart)

    (126,668 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, grime, hyperdub

    Kode9 (born Steve Goodman in Glasgow, Scotland) is a leading figure in the South London Dubstep scene. As a producer and DJ he most known for his collaborations with MC the Spaceape (aka Daddi Gee). He is also the founder of the pioneering UK label Hyperdub. Along with Pinch, Kode9 was one of the few producers at the dawn of Dubstep not from Croydon.

  • Carl Craig

    (131,440 listeners)

    techno, detroit techno, electronic, detroit

    Carl Craig is described as a creative visionary, an electronic music icon, an esteemed Grammy-nominated composer, a world-class DJ and an ambassador for his native Detroit.

  • iTAL tEK

    (118,735 listeners)

    dubstep, idm, electronic, breakcore

    iTAL tEK is Brighton based electronic musician Alan Myson. Signed with Mike Paradinas’s Planet Mu label, his music ranges from dark bass heavy industrial dubstep to deep melodic electronica. Past releases 'Blood Line' on Planet Mu and 'Deep Pools' EP on Square Records both in 2007.

  • Pinch

    (112,033 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, experimental, dub

    Pinch is Rob Ellis, a dubstep and techno artist from Bristol, United Kingdom. He is noted for his fusion of styles such as reggae, world music, and dancehall with dubstep. He released his first album, Underwater Dancehall, in 2007 on Tectonic Records, which he founded in 2005.

  • Zion Train

    (105,632 listeners)

    dub, reggae, electronic, dub reggae

    Zion Train are dub/dance pioneers and have been undisputed leaders in the genre for more than 15 years.

  • Pole

    (104,401 listeners)

    minimal, electronic, dub, idm

    With plenty of musical history and an unfettered passion for contemporary club tracks Stefan Betke aka Pole is probably best known for his minimal dub sounds between the clicks and cuts of modern electronica.

  • Mad Professor

    (106,808 listeners)

    dub, reggae, electronic, downtempo

    The imaginative recordings produced by Mad Professor (born Neil Fraser 1955, Georgetown in Guyana) demonstrate a mastery of electronic gadgetry. Working from his own studios, Mad Professor has overseen more than two hundred albums including ground-breaking remixes for Massive Attack, Sade, and Pato Banton.

  • Tipper

    (109,971 listeners)

    idm, electronic, breakbeat, downtempo

    Tipper is a mononym of UK breakbeat / nu skool breaks / trip-hop producer / DJ Dave Tipper. Tipper's output includes strong hints of electro and idm.

  • Martyn

    (110,303 listeners)

    dubstep, techno, electronic, drum and bass

    1) Martyn’s unique strand of bass defies easy categorisation - to his fans and admirers, it’s known simply as ‘Martyn Music.

  • 2562

    (74,165 listeners)

    dubstep, electronic, minimal, techno

    2562 is Dave Huismans. This project is characterized by a post-garage skippiness, with rolling bass and hyper-edited snares learned from broken beat, a sense of space and echo learned from dub, and a devastating 4x4 anchorage and attention to detail from techno old and new.

  • Robert Hood

    (75,333 listeners)

    techno, detroit techno, minimal, detroit

    Robert Hood makes minimal Detroit techno with an emphasis on soul and experimentation over flash and popularity. Having recorded for Metroplex, as well as the Austrian Cheap label and Jeff Mills' Axis label, Hood also owns and operates the M-Plant imprint (including the two sub-labels Drama and Duet) through which he has released the bulk of his solo material.

  • Richard Devine

    (66,501 listeners)

    idm, glitch, experimental, electronic

    Richard Devine is an American electronic musician and sound designer whose music, characterized by complex rhythms and heavy use of DSP, gained popularity among IDM fans after remixing Aphex Twin's "Come To Daddy". He has released albums on Warp, Schematic, and Sublight and has done sound design work for Native Instruments and many other companies.

  • Altern 8

    (63,430 listeners)

    rave, breakbeat, old skool, electronic

    Altern-8 is the hardcore/breakbeat rave duo consisting of Mark Archer and Chris Peat. In their day they helped to set trends in hardcore techno style, with several anthems, and a style of music that became progressively faster, with more bass, and definitely more noise.

  • CokiUp-and-coming artist (from the Hype Chart)

    (63,349 listeners)

    dubstep, bass, grime, dub

    Leading dubstep dj/producer, one-half of Digital Mystikz and co-founder of the DMZ record label and club night.

  • I-F

    (55,421 listeners)

    electro, electronic, idm, dance

    I-F, short for interference, is the Dutch DJ Ferenc van der Sluijs. He is seen as one of the leaders of the Italo Disco revival in the late nineties, as well as a major player in electro.

  • Surgeon

    (53,693 listeners)

    techno, minimal, electronic, minimal techno

    There are at least eight artists named Surgeon. 1) A techno project by Anthony Child. 2) A progressive power metal band from Germany. 3) A goregrind band from New Jersey, USA. 4) A thrash metal/heavy metal band from Texas, USA. 5) A rock band from Philadelphia, USA.

  • Alexander Robotnick

    (49,072 listeners)

    electro, italo disco, electronic, disco

    Alexander Robotnick aka Maurizio Dami is an Italian electronic artist and DJ. He made his debut on the Italian music scene as the founding member of Avida, a "dance-cabaret band" featuring Daniele Trambusti and Stefano Fuochi. They released one record, "La Bustina" in 1981.

  • Ceephax Acid Crew

    (45,873 listeners)

    acid, idm, electronic, breakcore

    Ceephax Acid Crew (often simply credited as Ceephax) is a British acid house, and drum and bass electronic musician named Andy Jenkinson. Jenkinson is also known simply by the pseudonym Ceephax, which is a pun on the BBC teletext service Ceefax. He is the brother of Tom Jenkinson, AKA Squarepusher, and for a while he shared living quarters with Jonathan Taylor, AKA Global Goon.

  • Appleblim

    (43,554 listeners)

    dubstep, skull disco, electronic, dub

    Bristol-based Laurie ‘Appleblim’ Osborne has had a long history in the music biz. As a member of The Monsoon Bassoon, he even had a couple of NME "Singles of the Week" in the late '90s. But after a member left the band, the group soon disbanded and Osborne was left to start over again from square one.

  • Peverelist

    (44,184 listeners)

    dubstep, minimal, electronic, dub techno

    Peverelist, AKA Tom Ford, is notable for holding down the Rooted records dubstep specialist shop in Bristol and curating the Punch Drunk record label.

  • Otto von Schirach

    (38,677 listeners)

    breakcore, idm, experimental, glitch

    Otto von Schirach is an IDM and breakcore artist from Miami, Florida of Cuban/German descent. His style is more sporadic and noisy than other artists in the genre, and his visual aesthetic leans on the heavy metal side rather than electronic.

  • Global Goon

    (37,903 listeners)

    idm, electronic, electronica, rephlex

    Global Goon's Johnathon Taylor is a former programmer from Lydiate who earned a recording contract with Rephlex Records before moving to London and being Richard D. James' (aka Aphex Twin) housemate for a time. He had been making electronic music using SoundEdit 16 while supporting himself with various programming jobs.

  • The Egyptian Lover

    (38,089 listeners)

    electro, electronic, 80s, hip-hop

    The Egyptian Lover started out as a D.J. in Lafayette, Louisiana then moved to Los Angeles and started promoting dance events with Unique Dreams Entertainment, which would later change its name in 1983 to Uncle Jamm's Army. Together, they would hold early hip-hop dance parties at the L.

  • DJ QBert

    (37,315 listeners)

    turntablism, hip-hop, scratch, hip hop

    Q-Bert (born 1969) is the performing name of Richard Quitevis, a Filipino-American (of Ilocano descent) DJ and music-writer. Living in San Francisco, he started playing with records at the age of 15 and was influenced by the street performers of San Francisco's hip-hop community in the mid 1980s.

  • Plastician

    (35,590 listeners)

    dubstep, grime, electronic, dub

    Chris Reed, also known as Plastician (formerly Plasticman), is a grime and dubstep DJ and producer from Thornton Heath in the London Borough of Croydon. Plastician has played a role in the popularity of the genre thanks to his participation in the Rephlex Grime compilations, his primetime pirate radio shows and his recent BBC Radio 1 Residency slot.

  • Ben Sims

    (35,246 listeners)

    techno, electronic, tribal techno, hard techno

    From early formative days earning his stripes spinning hip hop, house and rave on pirate radio, and at parties around Essex and East London, through the 90’s as an ever more in demand DJ, and on into the new millennium as a label boss, producer and internationally recognised techno legend in his own right, Ben Sims has spent all his conscious life exploring all facets of underground dance music

  • Radioactive Man

    (32,088 listeners)

    electro, electronic, idm, breaks

    Keith Tenniswood, aka Radioactive Man, is also a member of Two Lone Swordsmen alongside Andrew Weatherall.

  • RedshapeUp-and-coming artist (from the Hype Chart)

    (33,735 listeners)

    techno, minimal, minimal techno, detroit techno

    Redshape is a pseudonym of Sebastian Kramer (b. East Germany), whose sound is hard to describe, sitting somewhere between everything in dance music and his own imagination. It's not minimal, not maximal, and always historically respecting the vibe of Detroit.

  • Ebola

    (28,511 listeners)

    breakcore, dubstep, experimental, noise

    There are at least eleven bands known as "Ebola": 1) A pseudonym of Ben Hudson (aka DJ Psylage), a Devon, UK breakcore producer, Baconhead member and co-founder of Brighton's Wrong Music. Has released music of varying styles from grime to Harsh Noise, on Wrong Music, Mutant Sniper, Sublight & Proboscus.