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  • Caribou

    Canadian electronic composer, probably without antlers.
  • Carl Barat

    Former Libertine and Dirty Pretty Things front man, Carl Barat, gone solo.

    Members

    Carl Barat

  • Carl Craig

    Seminal Detroit techno producer

    Members

    Carl Craig

  • Carter USM

    Carter USM (otherwise known as Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine) were popular throughout the late 80's and early 90's for their sample-stricken pop-rock, coupled with low-slung wordplay.
  • Casiokids

    Norwegian 8-bit crew who gained their name from their early, cheap equipment.

    Members

    Casiokids

  • Casiotone For The Painfully Alone

    Oakland, CA maverick artist. Owen Ashworth uses a variety of pedals, flutes and other instruments to create a bizarre, other-wordly melancholic mix.
  • Castanets

    San Diego's very own gothic blues folk hero
  • Cat Power

    Ethereal, emotionally raw and candid female singer songwriter. Best known for her "Covers Album", featuring renditions of, amongst others, Satisfaction and Knockin' On Heavens Door.
  • Cat The Dog

    The band, all aged around 21, are putting the finishing touches to their debut album release.
  • Cate Le Bon

    A death-fixated freak-folk fixture on the South Wales scene for a number of years, Cate Le Bon duetted with Super Furry Animals leader Gruff Rhys on the sultry ‘I Lust U’ from the Neon Neon album
  • Cats In Paris

    For fans of: Deerhoof, Animal Collective, Los Campesinos!. Cats In Paris are a four-piece playing eccentric pop layered lusciously and full or surprises.
  • Cats On Fire

    "Filling a much needed space in your record collection" ...they say.
  • Cazals

    Cazals combine members from all corners of England (and Milan) and play indie music. Signed to Kitsune, they incorporate electronic elements into their music and have recently supported Daft Punk.
  • Central Station Design

    This Manchester based firm provided many of the visuals for the later Factory period, including iconic sleeves for Happy Mondays and the 'Madchester' logo.