• Fairmont

    Semi Famous side project of Jake Fairley
  • Fanfarlo

    Formed in 2006 by the Swedish musician Simon Balthazar, Fanfarlo have a string of single releases under their belts, with a ebut album due in 2009.
  • Fantastic Plastic

    UK indie label. Have put out records by - amongst others - Ikara Colt, The Futureheads and Guillemots
  • Fat Freddys Drop

    New Zealand based group who blend reggae with hip hop. Breakthrough album "Based On A True Story" was released in 2005 and went on to sell 175,000 copies - primarily through word of mouth.
  • Fatboy Slim

    Former Housemartin, Norman Cook traded his bass for decks and began a career that has seen him personify the 'superstar DJ' era in dance music.
  • Favours For Sailors

    Plenty of pop hooks, these boys have, channelling as they do the slacker-rock anthems of Pavement and the melodic nous of Weezer, replete with masses of sing-along potential.
  • Feeder

    Newport rockers Feeder emerged from obscurity to have a Top 10 hit in the form of uplifting classic "Buck Rogers". However, the band were rocked by the suicide of drummer Jon Lee.
  • Feist

    Canadian songstress
  • Felix Da Housecat

    From the home of Techno, Detroit USA, Felix has been on top of the pile for almost 15 years now and shows no signs of slipping.
  • Fennesz

    Christian Fennesz is a crafter of electronic soundscapes - beguiling and terrifying in equal measure.
  • Fever Ray

    Ethereal, atmospheric and experimental post-pop from Sweden.


    Karin Dreijer Andersson

  • Fields

    Fields are based in London but can boast member from all over Europe. Debut album 'Everything Last Winter' was recorded in Dublin and released in 2007 to critical acclaim.
  • Fight Like Apes

    Irish schizo-poppers Fight Like Apes recently supported The Prodigy on their 'Invaders Must Die Arena Tour'.
  • Fighting With Wire

    Having released their debut 'Man Vs Monster' in 2008 after forming in late 2003, Fighting With Wire are an explosive live force whose reputation has seen them being compared to everyone from Biffy to
  • Figurines

    If The Kaiser Chiefs are dropping your name in the context of ‘Best International Band’ then something must be going right.
  • Filthy Dukes

    Filthy Dukes are a London electro pop act whose debut single 'Tupac Robot Club Rock' featured rap crew Plastic Little. Debut album should be released in 2009.