• The Bamboos

    Forming in 2001, The Bamboos mix together breakbeats, hip hop, funk and soul. A renowned live band, the group found favour amongst an elite of deep funk DJs including Keb Darge.
  • The Band

    The Band are one of the most important and influential groups of the 20th Century. They made musical history not once but twice in the 1960s.
  • The Beach Boys

    Surfin' American hit makers. Centred on the borthers Wilson (Brian, Carl, Dennis) and cousin Mike Love, the band defined early 60s US pop, before branching out.
  • The Beatles

    Rising from the beat scene on Merseyside these four lads went on to define the 60s and modern pop music - thereby changing the world.
  • The Beautiful South

    Formed from the ashes of The Housemartins, The Beautiful South were one of the most successful British groups of the 90s.
  • The Bees

    The complexities of the music industry seem a far cry from the humble beginnings of the band in a carefully constructed shed in vocalist Paul’s parents’ back garden.
  • The Big Pink

    For those who have yet to stumble across The Big Pink’s somewhat gargantuan blast, imagine The Teardrop Explodes being played by MBV whilst Suicide man the mixing desk; a concoction of sounds that man
  • The Bionics

    Studio band the Bionics make disco house on instruments..."and non-insturuments!"
  • The Bird And The Bee

    “People in the UK are a bit more excited about us, I don’t know, maybe it’s because we’re American.” This is the kind of endearing, and refreshingly honest endeavor that serves The Bird And
  • The Bishops

    The Bishops have not stopped since they started.
  • The Black Arts

    Indie supergroup who released Christmas novelty song "Christmas Number One". Members include Luke Haines and Art Brut's Eddie Argos.
  • The Black Crowes

    American roots rockers with an almost revolving cast. Debut album 'Shake Your Money Maker' sold over 6 million copies worldwide.
  • The Black Keys

    Daniel Auerbach and Patrick Carney gained inspiration for their name from a Schizophrenic friend, who dubbed those he mistrusted or disliked as “The Black Keys”.
  • The Blessing

    Bristol jazz-rock four-piece The Blessing are formed of musicians that had previously provided the rhythm section to some of music’s hottest names including Robert Plant, Roni Size and the Portishead
  • The Bluetones

    Chirpy chappies from the Britpop era


    The Bluetones

  • The Boggs

    Centred on frontman Jason Friedman, The Boggs have endured a number of line up changes since their inception in 2001. Having released two albums already, which have been critics' darlings.