Lush >>

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Lush are an English alternative rock band, formed in 1987, disbanded in 1998, and reunited in 2015.1 The current lineup consists of Miki Berenyi (vocals, guitar), Emma Anderson (vocals, guitar), Phil King (bass) and Justin Welch (drums).

They were one of the first bands to have been described with the "shoegazing" label. Later, their sound moved toward Britpop.

PJ Harvey >>

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Polly Jean Harvey (born 9 October, 1969) is an English musician, singer-songwriter, composer and occassional artist.

Primarily known as a vocalist and guitarist, she is also proficient with a wide range of instruments including piano, organ, bass, saxophone, and most recently, the autoharp.

Harvey began her career in 1988 when she joined local band Automatic Dlamini, featuring long-term collaborator John Parish, as a vocalist and saxophone player. However, in 1991, she formed an eponymous ...

Ladyhawke >>

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Phillipa "Pip" Brown (born c.1981 in Wellington, New Zealand) is a singer-songwriter, better known by her stage name Ladyhawke, playing all the instruments in studio and touring with a band. She was formerly a part of the Wellington band Two Lane Blacktop named for the 1970s road movie of the same name. Before assuming the name Ladyhawke, she formed the band Teenager with Nick Littlemore of Pnau and Empire of the Sun. Ladyhawke named herself after the 1985 Richard Donner film Ladyhawke...

Lahannya >>

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Lahannya - the voice of industrial club act Soman and resident DJ at London's Slimelight club - is now presenting her own project, which she wryly describes as dark alternative rock flirting with electro. Her forthcoming album 'Shotgun Reality' has shed the eclectic kitchen-sink sound of her debut EP and comparisons with Throwing Muses and Lush have given way to the likes of Lacuna Coil and Garbage...

Lahannya's first release was a compilation track on US underground noise label Zenflesh, bro...

Die So Fluid >>

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Die So Fluid:
Grog: Voice and bass
Al Fletcher: Drums
Drew Richards: Guitar

Every now and then a band comes along in which from the moment you first hear of them you are unable to purge them from your mind. Die So Fluid, spawned from the dark depths of the a proscribed past have come to invade your airwaves with their raw and classy metal, tinged with their ethereality, vivaciousness and heavy noise able to make you either sodden yourself with awe or pee with glee. Never before will yo...

CTRL+Z >>

Sort of like a mixture of Le Tigre, Chicks on Speed, those little noises your computer makes, and roadkill, CTRL+Z comes roaring out of the midwest bent on doing one thing - as much nothing as possible. CTRL+Z consists of DJ Persy who makes the music and the voices while DJ Tenchi comes up with song names and make silly faces.

Fiona Apple >>

Her music of a remarkably ambitious and highly original kind. Impressionistic string arrangements meet funky hip-hop rhythms and syncopations that hearken the spirit of jazz

Dover >>

Great band from spain, fronted by the two Amparo sisters

Ingrid Michaelson >>

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New York-based Michaelson’s parents were both artists (composer Carl Michaelson and sculptor Elizabeth Egbert Director). She took up piano at the age of five, attending Manhattan’s Third Street Music School for two years, going on to the Jewish Community Center of Staten Island’s Dorothy Delson Kuhn Music Institute. There she met vocal coach Elizabeth McCullough, who worked with her through high school. She is a graduate of Staten Island Technical High School and Binghamton University, where she...

Amy Macdonald >>

A singer/songwriter from Glasgow, Scotland.