• Chuck Berry

    Rock 'n' roll originator Berry came up the hard way, taking gigs wherever he could.
  • Clap Your Hands Say Yeah

    Since their self-titled debut, the musical vehicle that is Clap Your Hands Say Yeah has been in non-stop motion.
  • Clarke

    Now signed to Warp, Clarke has earned a reputation for impeccable techno. The British producer takes the ferocious speed associated with the genre, but adds some ear melting synths.
  • Clash DJs

    One of the most renowned DJ teams on the planet.
  • Claude VonStroke

    What started as a fake name and small booking at a friend’s birthday party has spiralled into an international DJ career for Claude VonStroke (aka Barclay Crenshaw).

    Hold on to your hats: Clear Plastic Masks are likely to explode on stage. Not literally, of course, but do expect raw, pummeling rock that’ll blow any head-warming accessories away.

  • Client

    Harsh electronics meets new wave in this Rotherham based girl combo.
  • Clinic

    Liverpool avant-pop band. Their use of vintage keyboards and off-kilter chord sequences sets them apart from contemporaries. Live the group don surgical masks.
  • Clocks

    Great big tunes with epic verses, soaring choruses and guitar lines bigger than Everest seem to be rather thin on the ground at the moment.
  • CLP

    Chris de Luca and Phon.o met in 2004, when Phon.o was support act for Funkstörung’s Disconnected Tour.
  • CocoRosie

    “How long is this going to take?” is never a good start to any interview, but Bianca Casady has her reasons.
  • Cold Cave

    Life is about extremes, and Cold Cave might just warm up your home with their darkwave synth pop.
  • Cold War Kids

    Cold War Kids know a thing or two about basking in the heat, coming from California, and are well versed in the art of soundtracking those blissful moments with the most perfect sounds.
  • Coldplay

    From humble beginnings to Stadium Rock. U2 had better watch this bunch.