• Phoenix

    Phoenix are engaged with heavy rehearsals at the moment, gearing up for some live dates to showcase their beefy new record.
  • Pink Floyd

    Original English psychedelic legends Pink Floyd survived the nervous collapse of lead singer Syd Barrett to become the world's biggest and best prog band.
  • Pit Er Pat

    Chicago trio Pit Er Pat consist of Fay Davis-Jeffers on keyboard and vocals, Rob Doran on bass, and Butchy Fuego on drums.
  • Pivot

    Formed onstage at the Sydney Opera House, this Australian electronic act are now signed to legendary UK imprint Warp Records.
  • PJ Harvey

    Born Polly Jean Harvey this English musician has gone her own way for over 25 years now.
  • Placebo

    Formed in London in the mid 90s, this multi-national group cut a swathe through the laddy Britpop scene with their eyeliner and gender-ambiguous lyrics.
  • Plain White T's

    Chicago alt rock band who have risen from cult obscurity to mainstream success.
  • Plastic Little

    PL aren’t like other hip-hop crews. They don’t go for standard, homogenized mainstream rap, nor do they diggeth dense/dull backpacker shizzle.
  • Plastician

    An electronic producer dragged into the murky depths of the grime and dubstep scenes, Plastician is one of the most influential figures in London's murky dance world.
  • Playdoe

    Outrageous South African electro group.


    Sibot , Spoek Mathambo

  • Plej

    Plej (pronounced 'Play') is brothers, Arvid and Erik Niklasson from Sweden.
  • Pluxus

    Pluxus have developed a unique sound using vintage synthesizers, samples, computers and other machines.
  • Poirier

    Montreal’s Ghislain Poirier is obsessed with big, dirty beats, an affliction that causes him create some of the most out-of-control ragga riddims and deconstructed abstract hip hop to date.
  • Pole

    It’s an odd paradox in the music business that while listeners and critics love naming sounds and starting scenes, the makers themselves invariably detest the very thought, and will take serious umb
  • Polly Scattergood

    Described recently as sounding like a ''21st Century lo-fi Kate Bush crossed with PJ Harvey, mixing microbeats and electric guitars”, London's Polly Scattergood is set to release her debut album in Fe
  • Poney Poney

    Parisian pop trio who make twisted guitar driven dance rock with a new wave flavour.


    Antoine , Sam , Florent