• Witch

    US rock group featuring J Mascis of Dinosaur Jr on drums.


    J Mascis , Dan Sweetapple , Kyle Thomas

  • Wolfmother

    Australian hard rockers, now split up. Self titled debut album was released in 2006, and was celebrated and derided in equal measures for its retro charm.
  • Women

    Women is an indie rock band from Calgary,Friends since childhood - two of them brothers - the band has an intuitive rapport that seems to transcend speech from years of playing together.
  • Women

    Hailing from Alberta, Women are a four-piece compared to acts like Swell Maps and the Velvet Underground; their self-titled debut album was released via Jagjaguwar in the autumn of 2008.
  • Wooden Shjips

    Wooden Shjips are drums (Omar Ahsanuddin), bass (Dusty Jermier), organ (Nash Whalen), and guitar (Erik "Ripley" Johnson); they are a vital and refreshingly inspired quartet from San Francisco playing
  • Woodpigeon

    Songwriting is supposed to be a calling: a vocation whose lure is inescapable for the talented minority. That wasn't the case with Mark Hamilton, the songwriter behind the Canadian act Woodpigeon.
  • Working For A Nuclear Free City

    Their shoegazy sound echoes the feel of long dream-like drives through vast, cinematic American landscapes - full of surprises while the heat of the thick bass creates a woozy atmosphere.
  • worriedaboutsatan

    Creators of immersive electronica-meets-post-rock sounds, with a handful of self-released records under their belts.
  • Wreckless Eric

    Self deprecatory punk poet and long term survivor Wreckless Eric had a near brush with fame after his 1977 single "Whole Wide World" became a semi-hit.
  • Wu Tang Clan

    Originally a nine piece, this rap act burst out of Oakland, California with a ferociously creative edge.
  • Wyclef Jean

    Named after an English theologian and an early dissident in the Roman Catholic Church, Haitian-born singer, guitarist and producer, Wyclef Jean shot to stardom whilst making up one third of hip hop gr