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Acid Mothers Temple
The Japanese psychedelic heavy rock outfit perform experimental jams.
Carlo Gambino spins house, with support from Antony Ellis and Chris Neil.
DJs spin reggae, funk and dancehall.
Performers use a fifteen-slide PowerPoint presentation to tell stories in a quirky way.
Americana and folk by the London-based band.
British Sea Power
British Sea Power is an indie quartet based in Brighton. The group were originally formed in 2000 by brothers Yan and Neil Wilkinson and their school friend and fellow Cumbrian Matthew Wood. The three were later joined by guitarist Martin Noble all the way from West Yorkshire. BSP released their first single in 2001, Fear…
Buzzcocks have been thrilling audiences for over thirty years. Once called "the Beatles of punk", their music blends high-octane guitar, bass and drum power with heartrending personal statements of love won and lost or dismay at the modern world to create a unique sound. Songs such as Orgasm Addict, Harmony In My Head…
The Paolo Nutini/Kings of Leon/Vaccines producer, and son of the legendary producer Glyn Johns, performs tracks from his own album If Not Now Then When?.
Ian McMillan And Luke Carver Goss
Poems, music and improvisations from the poet and Olympic composer.
It's A Beautiful Day
Singer David LaFlamme leads the veteran American band as it plays psychedelic rock blended with folk-rock and jazz.
Jeni Hankins And Billy Kemp
Traditional Americana and Appalachian folk from the two performers based in Nashville.
Old school country with gospel, blues and a touch of the southern gothic from this urbane gent.
Acoustic show from the I Am Kloot frontman.
The guitarist from Devon performs melodic British folk.
DJs Clumsy, Spaceportseven and Jaybee spin techno, with a live performance from mUUn.
Kawabata Makoto's Mainliner
The Japanese guitarist from the band Acid Mothers Temple performs psychedelic rock with his backing group.
The Lancashire Hotpots
The modern comedy-folk ensemble, that originates from St Helens, promotes the album Crust For Life.
A Love From Outer Space
House, techno and disco courtesy of DJs Andrew Weatherall and Sean Johnston.
The Lovely Eggs
Punk and indie-rock by the four-piece band who come from Lancaster.
Sister of Rufus and daughter of Loudon and Kate McGarrigle performs her own cathartic singer-songwriter material including tracks from her latest album Come Home to Mama.
The Martin Barre Band
The Birmingham-born songwriter and musician, best known as the long-standing guitarist of Jethro Tull, performs progressive folk-rock with his live band.
The New Mendicants, Blue Rose Code
Norman Blake and Joe Pernice team up to perform indie-pop from their respective back catalogues, plus new material.
Public Service Broadcasting, Baltic Fleet
The London-based two-piece blends samples from old public information films, archive footage and propaganda material with electronica and rock.
Reeps One, Major Triadz
Dubstep sounds from the London-based beatboxer.
The singer-songwriter and guitarist, best known as the frontman of 1970s band The Soft Boys, plays alternative rock and jangle pop songs about English eccentrics and everyday life.
Traditional Celtic music blended with contemporary dance beats from the Edinburgh-based band.
The Silver Seas
Pop-rock by the band from Nashville, formerly known as The Bees.
A reformed line-up of the Liverpool-based indie-rock and Britpop band that was prominent in the 1990s with the hit songs Female Of The Species and Neighbourhood.
Celtic folk by the singer-songwriter and BBC Radio Two Folk Musician award winner.
The London-based five-piece plays soulful folk-rock, Americana and country.
The London-based group performs experimental folk songs.