• B-52s

    Off beat American cult act, blending pop wirth punk without resembling Green Day.
  • Babyshambles

    In case some of you reading this are not aware (or have managed to avoid daily red tops since the dawn of time), you might like to learn that aside from frequent court appearances and even more freque
  • Bad Sandwich

    Slap bass freakouts meets retro 'Nuggets' era frantic punk-pop
  • Baddies

    Fresh from rocking Clash's In The City 2008 shgowcase, Baddies are soon to release their debut single 'Battleship'
  • Badly Drawn Boy

    Real name Damon Gough, this singer-songwriter emerged from the lo-fi movement to become a bona fide household name.
  • Baltasar Kormákur

    Baltasar Kormákur is an Icelandic film director who's credits include '101 Reykjavik', 'Jar City' and 'A Little Trip To Heaven'
  • Baltic Fleet

    Former Echo and the Bunnymen keyboardist who's 'Baltic Fleet' album is a diary of, and created on, the road.
  • Band of Horses

    Country tinged indie rock from Seattle. Reminiscent of My Morning Jacket but have a unique spin on the influences.
  • Band Of Skulls

    Southampton’s Band of Skulls make scuzzy, blues-infused rock with just the right balance of sun-kissed stomp and melancholic brilliance.
  • Banjo Or Freakout

    Previously described as a crafter of “underwater daydreams”, and “enigmatic and atmospheric”, Natalizia’s music is indeed escapist fare, pitched into some magical middle ground between Atlas
  • Banksy

    Cult graffiti artist whose innovative approach to the form, combined with an anti-establishment stance has led to his fame.
  • Baobinga

    Baobinga has steadily built a reputation as one of the most versatile cross-genre selectors and producers around, with a sound rooted in the fundamentals of UK dance music – jungle, techno and garag
  • Barenaked Ladies

    Canadian band who struck big with "If I Had $1,000,000" and then almost disappeared.
  • Barringtone

    Indie group who specialize in bizarre, skewed synth pop. Rising from the ashes of the much missed Clor, Barringtone are a pop wonder in the making.
  • Barzin

    Indie folk-pop trio made up of multi-instrumentalists from Quebec
  • Basement Jaxx

    From their early Latin-tinged house records, through the ragga-and-sirens mayhem of ‘Fly Life’ to the punk-garage of ‘Where’s Your Head At?’ they are a band in constant evolution.
  • Basic Channel

    Mark Ernestus and Moritz Von Oswald started a revolution that will not be televised. Nor will it be recorded. Or rarely talked about.
  • Bass Clef

    Unofficially, Bristol and East London are twinned musical towns, the sound of both being heavy, sparse, dubbed-out plates of bass and drum, from the just-cut whites of dubstep back through d’n’b a