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  •  Official Hot Mess

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  • Kardinal Offishall

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    Canadian rapper Kardinal Offishall is arguably the best-kept secret in Canadian hip-hop, a genre that is in itself the best-kept secret in hip-hop. The 6'4" rapper is also known as one of the best producers in Canada, having helped produce albums for other Toronto artists. Born Jason Harrow, Kardinal Offishall started rapping early and was winning competitions when he was 12. Signed to a publishin...


  • Blessing Offor

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    With influences from every end of the music spectrum, it’s no wonder that Blessing Offor’s ultimate ambition is to be a well rounded artist. From playing multiple instruments, to singing, to writing his own music and lyrics, Blessing wants to do it all, and he wants to do it all well. “I miss the kind of music that makes you snap your fingers, but still manages to leave you wi...


  • The Offspring

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  • Paul Ogata

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    In 2007, Paul Ogata swept to victory in the prestigious San Francisco International Comedy Competition. In doing so, he joined the exclusive club of comedy greats such as Dana Carvey, Sinbad, Doug Stanhope and Jake Johannsen. Paul's animated stream-of-consciousness style has been called "Astoundingly Funny" by TimeOut magazine, while the Pacific Daily News says that Paul "makes you...


  • Shantell Ogden

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    Shantell's songs have received airplay on country and Americana radio stations internationally, reaching Top 2 chart positions both in the U.S. and Europe. Her songs have also appeared on the CW's TV series Hart of Dixie and in several feature films. She's won multiple awards including Songwriter of the Year and Americana Song of the Year ("...


  • Alec Ogg

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  • The Ogres

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    Finally, a band that rocks exclusively in your favorite key: C.


  • The Oh

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    Song singers.


  • Uh Oh

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    We all hail from the beautiful land of Omaha, NE. We all grew up playing in some bands you might have seen or heard before. And now we started something new, so come check us out!


  •  Oh Darling

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    Oh Darling’s buoyant new-wave pop has the power to turn the most forbidding club crowd into a sea of grinning fan-geeks. But their reach extends well beyond area venues – several Oh Darling tunes have graced top-rated TV series (Ugly Betty, Bones), film (Disney’s PROM) and commercials (Volkswagen, Kia). Their newest album, Brave the Sound, released on April 26, 2011, is certain to win over a bevy ...


  • The Oh Hellos

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    The Oh Hellos began in a cluttered bedroom, where siblings Maggie and Tyler Heath (born and raised in southern Texas) recorded their self-titled EP in 2011. In the fall of 2012, the duo released their debut full-length record Through the Deep, Dark Valley, an album full of regret and redemption, which they wrote, recorded, produced, mixed, and mastered themselves.   When the time c...


  •  Oh Land

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    Before an injury put an end to her dancing career, Nanna Øland Fabricius studied with the Royal Swedish Ballet as a teenager. Permanently sidelined by a fractured disk in her spine, she turned her focus to music instead. Fabricius had been raised in the outskirts of Copenhagen, Denmark, by a particularly musical set of parents -- her mother sang opera, while her father composed classical musi...


  •  Oh No Oh My

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    Austin, TX, twee pop trio Oh No Oh My are not quite as precious as their faux-naïve name suggests, but they do come close, favoring a blend of acoustic guitars and vintage keyboards that recalls Belle & Sebastian, Of Montreal, and all those '80s U.K. bands inspired by Young Marble Giants. Singers and songwriters Greg Barkley and Daniel Hoxmeier (who between them also play guitar, bass, ba...


  • The Oh Ones

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    Song singers.


  • Thee Oh Sees

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    “Calling Thee Oh Sees’ John Dwyer insanely prolific only gets at half of what makes him and the group he helms so special. Yes, he cranks out a lot of records. 2015’s Mutilator Defeated at Last is the group’s sixth record in five years and the second after a drastic lineup change. Plus a week after this was released, his electronic project Damaged Bug put out an album. The ...


  • Danny O'Hanley

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    A catchy Funk, Blues, Reggae and Hip Hop influenced Rock & Roll style with a side of jam for dessert...


  • Ardal O'Hanlon

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    Ardal O'Hanlon (born 8 October 1965) is an Irish comedian and actor, best known for his roles in television sitcoms as Father Dougal McGuire in Father Ted and George Sunday in My Hero.


  • Mei Ohara

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    Mei Ohara is an electro singer-songwriter mixing genres with the help of Vindice, the electric violin. With classical training and a love for all kinds of music, her sound is something different to feed your ears. Based in Boston, she has played along the east coast as well as parts of California, but can't wait to visit your town! Mei is available for hire for classical and electric violin...


  • Katie Ohh

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    She’s the small town girl with a big voice: Meet Katie Ohh, whose powerhouse vocals, musical authenticity and spotlight-ready charisma signal the arrival of an ascending and essential new artist. On her self-titled EP, she introduces a captivating sound that is part country, part rock and all Katie Ohh.  From Powhatan Point, Ohio, situated between Captina Creek and the Ohio River, Ka...


  • Miss Ohio

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    "Whippoorwill Road", the fourth release by veteran New Jersey band Miss Ohio, is a fine-tuned calling card where songwriting is key and not a single note is wasted. The seeds for this new EP were sown back in 2008, after the band began a monthly residency at the Lakeside Lounge, which would go on for an astounding four-year run.  WHen it came time to record a new record, the band w...


  • Generator Ohm

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    Ernest D’amaso, Michael R.P. Morales and Willie Chen created Generator Ohm in 2010. Their union, facilitated by the genesis of EndAnd, took place in the heart of Brooklyn. Because of the friendly, cooperative, and productive environment of King Killer Studios, where Gen Ohm calls home, their certain fate was sealed on the terms of the affable and the dreamer. This was a place where musical endeavo...


  • Zephaniah Ohora

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    Zephaniah OHora is a Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter and a pillar of the burgeoning New York City Country-Western music community. Beginning in 2013, he served as frontman and vocalist for Honeyfingers. It was here, through two years and hundreds of performances featuring the music of Ernest Tubb, Ray Price, Marty Robbins and others, that Zephaniah's own musical vision began to come into focu...


  • The Oil Barons

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    The Oil Barons formed in Los Angeles, California early '16. Embracing a heavy-riffing, jamming genre that's become all too rare, this revved-up trio draws from a deep well of Stoner Metal and 70's Heavy Rock influences, ranging from the heaviest Blues Rock to Psychedelic and Prog to create their unique and blistering sound. Our troubles are over, boys!


  • Snake Oil Salesmen

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    Snake Oil Salesmen combines elements of traditional and contemporary American roots music to bring you an infectiously fresh take on the blues, country, jazz, americana and rock n roll. Whether covering The Eagles in the punk rock stylings of Me First and the Gimme Gimme's or crafting Earth shaking originals, SOS blends genres to deliver a diverse and unique sound that challenges the conven...


  • Mr. Oizo

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  • The O'Jays

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  • Jed Ojeda

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    Founder of The Mint in 1990, Jed helped ignite an otherwise non-existent music scene in Los Angeles, helping the likes of Macy Gray, Ben Harper, The Wallflowers, and many, many others to become the artists they are today. Jed also is a musician/guitarist/songwriter who joined musical forces with Damon Dae to create “Resurrection Road”. The mission? To resurrect Soul music for soul. ...


  • Rattle OK

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    An LA band of East Coast men bringing back classic rock with a bluesy twist. Len Amato on vocals an rhythym guitar, John Richards on lead guitar, Tom Murray on drums, Matt Pensabene on bass, and Jay Roewe on keys


  •  OK Go

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  • Deirdre O'Kane

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    Deirdre O'Kane originally from Drogheda, County Louth, Ireland, became a stand-up comic in 1996 and got into the finals of the BBC New Comedy Awards of that year. She has played at the Edinburgh Festival every year since including 2001 where she not only performed her own solo show, Deirdre O'Kane is Crystallized, but also the two-hander Tis Pity She's Anonymous. She has also played The Melbourne,...


  • The Okee Dokee Brothers

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    ‘CAN YOU CANOE?’ Justin Lansing and Joe Mailander are lifelong friends who enjoy outdoors adventures as much as they like making music. On June 1st, 2011, Joe and Justin began a canoe trip in Minneapolis, MN and continued down the river for the next 30 days until they arrived at the St. Louis Gateway Arch. During their month long journey on the Mississippi, they camped, canoed, filmed, and most ...


  • Josh Okeefe

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  •  Okkervil River

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    The Silver Gymnasium takes place in 1986 in the small town of Meriden, NH.   Okkervil River bandleader Will Sheff grew up in this isolated hamlet of fewer than 500 residents. His parents taught at a boarding school there. But when he went away to college, his father accepted a new job in Worcester, MA. Will had no reason to return to Meriden again, yet it held sway over his imaginati...


  • The Okmoniks

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    While still in her teens, Helene 33 was running a drive-in theater and two barbershops in Kalamazoo, Michigan. One night, while listening to a teenage dance combo, she was asked to sit in on organ. Later they invited Sammy to play guitar. Since forming the group they have played at packed dances all across the country. And long after a dance is scheduled to be over, things are still jumping.&nb...


  • Big Ol' Dirty Bucket

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    Big Ol' Dirty Bucket has taken the New England music scene by storm since their debut in 2009. The 10 piece funk ensemble has redefined the sound of classic funk, by slathering it with a substantial slice of hip-hop, blending it with flavors of jazz, blues, soul, and frosting the top with rock n' roll. Hailing from Boston, Big Ol' Dirty Bucket is led by the triple-threat of velvet-v...


  • Joy Oladokun

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    Joy Oladokun was 10 years old when she saw a video of Tracy Chapman singing and playing guitar, inspiring her to do the same. "Seeing a black woman playing folk music and owning it brought something to life in me,” Joy told Ladygunn magazine. After writing and recording “No Turning Back” in her bathroom in 2017, Joy registered the song for a sync website in an effort...


  • Zeppephilia OLD

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  • The Old Ceremony

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    The Old Ceremony makes music so potent that you may go blind listening to it. But don't worry, canes are in this season.


  •  Old Crow Medicine Show

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  • Your Old Droog

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    In today’s hip-hop landscape true virtuosity on the mic is rare. So rare that when even when it’s apparent it can be quite literally unbelievable. Rapper Your Old Droog knows this first hand.    In June 2014 the 25-year-old Brooklyn native released his first official project, the Your Old Droog EP, a 10-track project he cooked up in about a month with producers El ...


  • The Old Folks

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    In an age where drums are played on a machine and auto-tune is the vocal standard, The Old Folks bring back the grit and soul of rock and roll.   Formed in 2014, The San Francisco Power Trio features the talents of lead vocalist and guitarist Adam Spry, bassman Kyle Clouse, and drummer Scott Wright. The Old Folks brew sultry music that fuses rock and roll, country, blues, rockabill...


  • This Old Ghost

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    New Album / "Family Room" / January 22nd. Free Download of "Emily Green" at thisoldghost.bandcamp.com


  • The Old Main

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    Hailing from the foothills of the Adirondack mountains in upstate New York, The Old Main has drawn favorable comparisons to bands such as The Avett Brothers, The Band, and Dawes while reatining a sound and style uniquely their own. They've been called Folk/Rock, Adirondack Folk, foot stomping Folk, alt-Americana, and all sorts of other things. But regardless of the adjective, an or/categorizat...


  • The Old Ways

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    The Old Ways are a rad 6-piece rock group based in Los Angeles, CA. Influenced by the best of the best, Steely Dan, Led Zeppelin, The Strokes, and other such classic rock acts, we base not only our music, but also our aesthetic and stage presence off of the greats. With undeniable chemistry and charisma, we here at the Old Ways do our best to put on a show that would rival even the greats. 


  • Derek Olds

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    Derek Olds is Memphis born, but Carolina raised. Oddly enough, he gave up music and singing at the age of 12, and did not really immerse himself again until he taught himself how to play the guitar at age 20. Ultimately, he fell in love with music all over again, and even studied Psychology at UNC to improve his songwriting (among other reasons). Olds describes his songwriting style as very &ldquo...


  • Tammy Olea

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  • Dean O'Leary

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  • Jesse Olema

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  • Antoinette Olesen

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