• Jeff Buckley

    Son of legendary 60s troubadour Tim, Jeff Buckley matched stunning musicality to hugely ambitious songwriting.
  • Jeff Mills

    Famed initially for his DJ pseudonym The Wizard on Detroit’s WLBF station, Mills is credited as one of the founding fathers of the modern day techno sound through his partnership with ‘Mad’ Mike
  • Jeffrey Lewis

    New York based alt folk singer and comic book artist.
  • Jenny Lewis

    At the ripe old age of thirty-one and with five albums under her belt, Jenny Lewis is a bit of a funny one for a Clash Ones To Watch.
  • Jens Lekman

    Cult singer / songwriter from Sweden, heavily influenced by artists such as Jonathan Richman and Stephen Merritt.


    Jens Lekman

  • Jeremy Warmsley

    Signed to Transgressive this is a troubadour with a difference.
  • Jesus and Mary Chain

    Recently reformed bad boys of feedback enhanced girl group pop.


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  • Jim Noir

    Eccentric Mancunian singer/songwriter


    Jim Noir

  • Jimi Hendrix

    Mercurial guitar icon, invents psychedelic rock by blasting the blues towards outer space.
  • Jimi Tenor

    Jimi Tenor, techno's first cabaret star. Part of Warp Records' illustrious old fellows, this Finnish wunderkid has more influences than you have hair follicles.
  • Jimmy Edgar

    Lover. Fighter. Prophet. Freak magnet. Time-traveler. Musician, photographer and designer Jimmy Edgar is a wayward star-child streaking across the cosmic dancefloor.
  • Jimmy Screech

    He’s done a set for Trojan Soundsystem. He frequently tours with Roots Manuva, Ghostface Killer and Ugly Duckling. He’s even collaborated with Tippa Irie.
  • JMC

    Hackney MC who recently teamed up with Cassidy on 'They MC'



  • Joan Baez

    At the centre of the folk protest movement in 1963 was Joan Baez and Bob Dylan.