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Amanda Palmer & The Grand Theft Orchestra
The American singer-songwriter and member of The Dresden Dolls performs alt rock with her band from the album Theatre Is Evil.
Atoms for Peace
Originally just Radiohead's Thom Yorke and Nigel Godrich getting together to play from Yorke's solo album, Atoms for Peace morphed into a bit of a supergroup also featuring Flea, Mauro Refusco and Joey Waronker.
Atoms For Peace
The band, featuring Radiohead frontman and musician Thom Yorke and Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea, plays a mix of experimental rock and electronic alternative rock to promote its debut album, Amok.
Soulful rock from the American singer-songwriter.
Debbie Harry's new wave, punk and pop-rock combo, noted for hits including The Tide Is High, Hanging On The Telephone and Heart Of Glass.
The American band, led by the original frontman of horror punk band Misfits, Glenn Danzig, performs a mix of heavy metal, hard rock and goth metal, the celebrate the 25th anniversary of its first album.
David Byrne & St Vincent
The veteran new wave singer-songwriter from Talking Heads and American multi-instrumentalist Annie Clark perform art rock and indie-rock from their collaborative album Love This Giant.
Dead Can Dance
The duo of Lisa Gerrard and Brendan Perry reforms with their backing band to play a fusion of World music, apocalyptic folk, ambient, new age and neoclassical to promote the album Anastasis.
The veteran group performs its greatest psychedelic, hard rock and glam metal, including seminal song Smoke On The Water, and promotes its album Now What?!.
The Flaming Lips
Singer Wayne Coyne and his band from Oklahoma, known for the songs Do You Realize?? and Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots, plays experimental, space rock and alternative rock to promote the album The Terror.
Electronic pop and rock by the pioneering singer-musician of the genre.
The Hilliard Ensemble: Old and New
The distinguished vocal group performs contemporary works as well as pieces from the early Renaissance and before: Perotin's game-changing Viderunt omnes, works by Machaut, Arvo Pärt's Most Holy Mother of God and a new work by Orlando Gough.
The Georgia-born singer-songwriter performs her emotional pop and sultry acoustica as she takes to the stage to perform her latest material. The artist will also be performing the popular hits from her first three albums, her debut Call Off The Search, the 2005 follow-up Piece By Piece and the 2007 release Pictures.
The musician, composer and producer from Kent performs a blend of Asian music and jazz with electronica elements of drum'n'bass and hip hop.