• the orielles

    Blue Suitcase (Disco Wrist) the orielles

    the orielles

    The Orielles are a British indie-rock band from Halifax, Yorkshire. The band comprises sisters Sidonie B and Esmé Dee Hand Halford and their friend Henry Carlyle Wade. They mix jangly indie pop guitars with 80s no-wave funky bass lines and add a dash of the "baggy" indie dance sound of the early '90s, Read more on Last.fm

  • Canned Heat

    Going up the Country Canned Heat

    Canned Heat

    Canned Heat is a blues-rock/boogie band that formed in Los Angeles in 1965. The group has been noted for its own interpretations of blues material as well as for efforts to promote the interest in this type of music and its original artists. It was launched by two blues enthusiasts, Alan Wilson (1943 – 1970) and Bob Hite (1943 – 1981), who took the name from Tommy Johnson's 1928 Canned Heat Blues, a song about an alcoholic who has desperately turned to drinking Sterno, generically called "canned heat". Read more on Last.fm

  • The Maccabees

    Empty Vessels (feat. Roots Manuva) The Maccabees

    The Maccabees

    (1) Formed in the fall of 1998, The Maccabees were comprised of ¾ of long-defunct Pohgoh. They released a 6 track EP "Songs from the Weakest Link" on New Granada records. (2) The Maccabees (2002-2016) were an indie rock band from London, UK. The line-up consisted of Orlando Weeks (vocals), Hugo White (guitar), Felix White (guitar, vocals), Rupert Jarvis (bass) and Sam Doyle (drums), who replaced Robert Dylan Thomas. Weeks stated once that the band came up with the name by flicking through the Bible and picking out a random word. Read more on Last.fm

  • Groove Armada

    I See You Baby Groove Armada

    Groove Armada

    Groove Armada is an electronic music group from Cambridge, United Kingdom, composed of two members, Andy Cato (real name Andrew Cocup) and Tom Findlay. They first came to fame with a 1997 limited single release, At the River (made famous after being used in various Marks & Spencer advertisements), which sampled "Old Cape Cod" by Patti Page. The song has since made its way onto numerous chill-out compilations. Their most famous work is the 2000 international hit I See You Baby Read more on Last.fm

  • The Source

    You Got The Love (feat. Candi Staton) The Source

    The Source

    There are several artists named The Source: 1) A Norwegian jazz band, founded in 1993. The band are known for their willingness to mix almost any conceivable style into one rhythmical melting pot. To begin with, The Source consisted of Øyvind Brække on trombone, Trygve Seim on saxophone, Ingebrigt Håker Flaten on bass and Per Oddvar Johansen on drums. All four had studied jazz at the Trøndelag Music Conservatory - the only jazz education programme in Norway at the time. Read more on Last.fm

  • Nightmares on Wax

    Aftermath (LFO remix) Nightmares on Wax

    Nightmares on Wax

    Nightmares on Wax is DJ and musician George Evelyn, also known as DJ Ease (Experimental Audio Sample Expert), from Leeds, United Kingdom. The musical style is a combination of electronic sounds and hip hop beats, often regarded as "chillout". Nightmares On Wax's music is released on Warp Records. Initially working with Kevin Harper a.k.a Boy Wonder their first release was the massive underground hit 'Dextrous' which sampled the as yet unknown A Guy Called Gerald's 'Voodoo Ray' on their own Poverty Records label. Read more on Last.fm

  • Blackalicious

    4000 Miles (feat. Chali 2NA & Lateef The Truth Speaker) Blackalicious

    Blackalicious

    Gift of Gab (Tim Parker) and Chief Xcel (Xavier Mosley) met at John F. Kennedy High School in 1987 in Sacramento, California and formed the group in early 1992. They released their first recording, "Swan Lake", on Solesides Records. The Solesides Crew consisted of the duo, as well as other friends of theirs they had met at University of California - Davis, including DJ Shadow, Lyrics Born and Lateef the Truth Speaker. The single was an underground hit, but label trouble prevented the duo from immediately capitalizing on their fame. Read more on Last.fm

  • The Black Keys

    Poor Boy a Long Way from Home The Black Keys

    The Black Keys

    The Black Keys is a two-man blues-rock group from Akron, Ohio, United States which formed in 2001, consisting of singer and guitarist Dan Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney. The band name was inspired by a schizophrenic artist and friend in Akron, who used the term "black keys" to describe things he disliked or people he did not trust. The Black Keys have roots in traditional blues and psychedelic rock stylings. They released their first album, The Big Come Up, in 2002, followed by Thickfreakness in 2003, and Rubber Factory in 2004. Read more on Last.fm

  • beabadoobee

    Last Day On Earth beabadoobee

    beabadoobee

    Bea Kristi (born June 3, 2000 in Philippines), known as beabadoobee, is a London-based singer-songwriter. She has formed her own independent, unique bedroom-acoustic sound pulling heartstrings with every beat. Her sensational melodies are influenced by the iconic artists such as Alex G, Karen O and Florist. She has released a collection of EPs ("Lice", "Patched Up", "Loveworm", "Space Cadet") and her debut full-length "Fake It Flowers." Her sound has evolved over the years, drawing influence from 90s alternative rock and space rock. Read more on Last.fm