• Foo Fighters

    You wouldn’t think it was possible, but the nicest man in rock just got nicer!
  • Fort Knox Five

    Containing the Fort Knox boys’ eclectic mix of hip-hop, funk, electro and dancehall, their debut 'Radio Free D.C.' is a dazzling party record for perfect summer’s listening while maintaining a savvy p

    FOUND began life as an experimental arts collective putting on many weird and wonderful events in art galleries, warehouses and even storage containers.
  • Four Tet

    Keiren Hebden aka Four Tet is one of Britain's most acclaimed electronica producers, and pioneered the so called 'folktronica' genre with his "Pause" and "Rounds" albums.
  • Four Tops

    Legendary Motown act whose close harmonies struck a chord with the American public making them one of the best-selling soul acts of all time.
  • Frank Zappa

    Maverick American rock / classical absurdist
  • Frankie And The Heartstrings

    Frankie and the Heartstrings are indebted to a lineage of vintage indie bands like Pulp, Orange Juice and The Smiths, they make retro-romantic anthems full of swooning and crooning that impressed Flor
  • Frankmusik

    London based electronica act, best known for remixing Radiohead into a hungry beast.



  • Franz Ferdinand

    Glaswegian art-poppers, who have risen from playing parties with their mates to conquering America.
  • Fredo Viola

    A one man Sigur Ros, this New York musician mixes delicate, aethereal performances with eclectic, broken beats.


    Fredo Viola

  • Freeland

    When you think of the name Adam Freeland, it’s more than likely in conjunction with some solid slab of dancefloor magic.
  • Friendly Fires

    Quite simply the best live act we saw in 2008, St Albans' grooviest funksters Friendly Fires this year released their self-titled debut album, and lordy, was it worth the wait.
  • Friendship

    The band is Hills (drums) and Willard (guitar), the former also chipping in on vocal duties while the latter lets his fingers get all fiddly.