German indie rock groups

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  1. Slut



    Slut is a German indie rock band from Ingolstadt, Bavaria. The band's lyrics are written and sung in English.

  2. Wir Sind Helden

    Wir Sind Helden


    Wir sind Helden (German for "We are heroes") was a German pop rock band from Berlin, established in 2000 in Hamburg. The quartet was composed of lead singer Judith Holofernes and musicians Pola Roy, Mark Tavassol and Jean-Michel Tourette. The group's style has often been considered similar to that of the Neue Deutsche Welle, with songs such as "Denkmal" and "Nur ein Wort" evoking New Order. On 4 April 2012, the band informed its fans that it was going on indefinite hiatus.

  3. Kettcar



    Kettcar is an indie rock music band based in Hamburg, Germany. The band has released four studio albums. The band released their fourth album, Zwischen den Runden, on February 10, 2012. The band name is derived from the Kettcar, a riding toy produced by Kettler since 1962.

  4. Sportfreunde Stiller

    Sportfreunde Stiller


    Sportfreunde Stiller is a German indie rock band from Germering, near Munich, in Bavaria.

  5. The Notwist

    The Notwist


    The Notwist /ˈn.twɪst/ are a German indie rock band. Formed in 1989, the band moved through several musical incarnations despite maintaining a relatively stable line-up. While their early records moved through heavy metal into dark indie rock, their recent efforts for which they have received the most attention have been strongly influenced by the electronica scene, along with the other groups on the record label Morr Music.

  6. Anajo



    Anajo was an indie pop band from Augsburg, Germany that was active between 1999 and 2014. Consisting of Oliver Gottwald (vocals, guitar), Michael Schmidt (bass, keyboards) and Ingolf Nössner (drums), the band produced guitar pop with electronic sounds, these being more prominent in earlier recordings. Anajo's debut album was released in 2004 and the band went on to record three further albums, the most commercially successful reaching No. 51 in the German charts.

  7. Kilians



    Kilians are a German indie rock band. They started out as a loose group of music mad students from Dinslaken, Germany. In 2005, the band's line-up stabilised and they recorded their first self-titled EP. In the following year their song 'Jealous Lover' reached number 3 of the German CampusCharts.

  8. Tomte (band)

    Tomte (band)


    Tomte is an indie band from Hamburg in Germany. Their lyrics are almost completely in German (apart from the odd exception) and their sound could be described as guitar pop with some punk influences. The group may be considered to be a part of the “Hamburger Schule” (Hamburg indie “school”) on the basis of the band Tocotronic's influence on their work. Singer and guitarist Thees Uhlmann even worked as a roadie for Tocotronic's "K.O.O.K."-Tour and wrote the book "Wir Könnten Freunde Werden..." (We Could Be Friends...) about it.

  9. The Robocop Kraus

    The Robocop Kraus


    The Robocop Kraus are a post-punk revival/indie rock band from Nuremberg, Germany.

  10. Phillip Boa

    Phillip Boa


    Phillip Boa (born Ernst Ulrich Figgen, 18 January 1963 in Dortmund, Germany) is a German independent music singer, guitarist and composer. His current name is unknown after two divorces and name changes. Phillip Boa lives in Dortmund, Hamburg and on the island of Malta. He has received several "Album & Single of the Week" awards in British magazines like NME, Sounds or Melody Maker. The style of the Voodooclub was described by NME in a review as "a cross between B52's and Captain Beefheart". The style of his lyrics is a mix of irony, love songs, sarcasm, often of bizarre and deranged content.

  11. Fotos



    Fotos are a German indie rock band from Hamburg/Cologne.

  12. Auletta



    Auletta is an Indie-Rock band from Mainz, Germany. The band named itself after the town Auletta in Italy, where they went on holiday to in 2006.

  13. Blackmail



    Blackmail is a German alternative rock band from Koblenz, Germany which was started briefly in 1993. Blackmail are singer Mathias Reetz, brothers Kurt Ebelhäuser (lead guitars) and Carlos Ebelhäuser (bass) and drummer Mario Matthias. Their style of music usually varies, but mainly consists of the indie rock genre which is combined with experimentation of electronic music, progressive rock, alternative rock and dance. It is also known for its harsh and high-pitched guitar melodies.

  14. Bonaparte



    Bonaparte is the stage name of Berlin-based Swiss electronic rock songwriter and producer Tobias Jundt. Jundt is the only permanent member in the studio, collaborating with up to 30 other live musicians and performers when touring.

  15. Fertig, Los!

    Fertig, Los!


    Fertig, Los! was a indie rock band from Germany. It was formed in the summer of 2004 in Munich. Its members consisted of Julia Viechtl (bassist), Florian Wille (drummer), and Philipp Leu (singer and guitarist). The band split up in 2013.

  16. Locas In Love

    Locas In Love


    Locas In Love is a German indie rock band. It was formed in the fall of 2001 in Cologne by Björn Sonnenberg and Stefanie Schrank, Jan Niklas Jansen joined a few months later. They have been touring and releasing ever since, though mostly in Germany and bordering European countries. In 2006 they played shows in the USA for the first time when they were mixing their second album 'Saurus' with Peter Katis in Bridgeport, CT.

  17. Diego



    Diego are an Indie rock band from Karlsruhe, Germany, formed in 2005.

  18. Mrs. Meier and the Deutsch

    Mrs. Meier and the Deutsch


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  19. Podsdarapomuk



    Podsdarapomuk was a German experimental rock band active between 1993 and 1999, noted for its complex music and its associations with diverse late-1990s London music scenes (including Asian Underground and math rock).

  20. Pandoras Box

    Pandoras Box


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