O2 Academy Brixton
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Manchester four-piece who have toured with Little Comets.
ASAP Rocky, ASAP Ferg
Rap and hip hop from the New York-born singer and film director, Rakim Mayers.
Over-14s show. Pete Doherty brings his appropriately-named indie band back to Scotland.
Dark indie-pop and electronica by the London-based band, led by vocalist and songwriter Dan Smith.
Beres Hammond, Morgan Heritage, Marcia Griffith
Classic reggae and lovers rock by the Jamaican-born vocalist.
Downtempo, hip hop, funk and dub from this Brighton-based DJ/producer.
The Cat Empire
Alternative rock with influences from a number of genres by the eight-piece Australian band.
The British-Spanish act plays up tempo folktronica and alternative dance music.
The four-piece from Cape Town, South Africa performs rave-rap and alt-hip hop from the album Ten$Ion.
Pop-rock by the five-piece band from Oxford.
Fat Freddys Drop
Dub and reggae by the seven-piece group who originate from Wellington, New Zealand.
The award-winning American singer-songwriter performs R&B and neo-soul songs to promote his acclaimed debut album, Channel Orange.
The Selkirk-formed five-piece, fronted by the gentle vocalist Scott Hutchison, performs sweeping indie-rock and new wave indie-folk in support of the album Pedestrian Verse.
Guest and resident DJs spin drum'n'bass, house and garage.
Indie-folk with elements of country by the singer-songwriter and guitarist from Nottingham to promote his self-titled debut album.
Jimmy Carr: Gagging Order
The deadpan one presents his new crude, rude, but clever show, no doubt packed with puns aplenty and jokes that teeter on the verge of acceptability.
Sat 18 May
The group from Los Angeles, California, reforms to play its alternative hip hop hits.
The American singer and rapper, real name Kesha Rose Sebert, performs dance, electronica and pop to promote her third album, Warrior.
LA band, described as a cross between Vampire Weekend, Arcade Fire and Fleet Foxes, who all live together, Monkees-style.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
Over-14s show. Aka Seattle rapper Ben Haggerty and his producer sidekick who scored a big online hit with their track Thrift Shop celebrating the joys of charity shopping.
The four-piece from Los Angeles, California, that was formed in 1983 by singer-guitarist Dave Mustaine and bassist David Ellefson, plays thrash metal and heavy metal.
The Mission, Fields Of The Nephilim
One of the original Goth bands from the 1980s reform with original members Wayne Hussey, Craig Adams and Simon Hinkler.
The US rapper, songwriter and producer performs hip-hop, house, dance and pop.
The Postal Service
The American duo consisting of Death Cab For Cutie vocalist Ben Gibbard and producer Jimmy Tamborello of Dntel and Headset reforms to play its electropop, indie-pop and indietronica songs.
Sun 19 May
Dance music, hip hop and grime by the chart-topping four-piece outfit from London.
A reformed line-up of the chart-topping, Coventry-based ska and 2-tone legends, featuring singers Terry Hall and Neville Staple with guitarists Lynval Golding and Roddy Radiation.
The band from Los Angeles, California, performs alternative rock and indie-rock with dream pop elements.
Hip hop and rap by the artist born Cameron Jibril Thomaz.
Since the Wu-Tang Clan burst onto the scene in 1993, they have gone on to shape the hip-hop world. Originating in Staten Island, New York, the group was unique for its time in having such a large core membership. The original clan featured nine artists: founding members GZA and Ol' Dirty Bastard, along with RZA, Method…