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The Danish singer-songwriter and pianist heads to the UK to perform her self-penned folk material.
Soulful vocals with synth string backing from the Los Angeles singer-songwriter on her debut headline tour.
Indie folk artist Andrew Davie who came up through Mumford & Sons' Communion club nights.
The vocalist, also known as Jasmine van den Bogaerde, performs gentle folk pop including her well-known cover of Bon Iver's 'Skinny Love'.
A lighter psychedelic sound with elements of British pop from Stockport five-piece Blossoms.
The grime artist from Manchester performs in support of his EP Facing Time.
Cage the Elephant
Over-14s show. Yelpy UK/US punk-funk and angular rock'n'roll.
Chance the Rapper
The American rapper, real name Chancelor Bennett, performs hip hop from the album Acid Rap.
The American singer-songwriter, lead singer of Bright Eyes and member of Monsters of Folk turned solo artist brings his unique blend of angst-folk to the UK.
Corinne Bailey Rae
Sweet soul vocals from this Leeds lass in support of her recent album The Heart Speaks in Whispers.
East London ensemble updating the folk music of the Basque region on synthesizers. Not as awkward a blend as it sounds.
The appropriately named head-bobbling troubadour tours his mature indie pop.
David O'Doherty: We Are All in the Gutter but Some of us are Looking at David O'Doherty
Armed with a teeny keyboard and an incredible wit, David presents his latest solo show of comedy and songs, the ledge.
The return of the American indie/grunge godheads, led by stoner dude J Mascis. Eighties alternative rock band founded by J Mascis, Lou Barlow and Murph. The band split in 1997, reformed for a few lives gigs eight years later and have since released another three albums Beyond, Farm and I Bet On Sky.
The Divine Comedy
Formed in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland in 1989, it's incredible that this orchestral pop collective are still going strong. Front-man Neil Hannon leads his acclaimed alt pop ensemble out once more to perform tracks from their latest album, Foreverland, as well as classic hits, including National Express.
Fun Lovin Criminals
The alternative rock and hip hop trio performs material from their illustrious career, including their seminal album Come Find Yourself.
Fun Lovin' Criminals
Fun Lovin' Criminals may be past their creative peak but always find an eager crowd, keen to bellow along to the hits.
Eclectic synth-pop with sultry vocals.
Scruffy, half-English, half-Italian, London-based singer-songwriter with an indie folk style.
Icelandic indie, folk and blues outfit.
The feisty Scottish singer-songwriter with a Brit, Ivor Novello and Scottish Style Award under her musical belt returns with new material.
Crispian Mills' psychedelic Britpop troupe return with more patchouli oil-scented retro tunesmithery.
The singer-songwriter from Birmingham performs soulful R&B, which takes influences from free-jazz, gospel and psychedelic rock.
LA band, described as a cross between Vampire Weekend, Arcade Fire and Fleet Foxes, who all live together, Monkees-style.
Soulful/jazzy singer-songwriter who topped the BBC's Sound of 2012 poll.
Daughter of a violinist and a music teacher, Regina Spektor's path was perhaps always destined to be a musical one. Born in 1980 in Soviet-era Moscow, Spektor went on to study the piano as a child, whilst gaining her pop education from her father's bootleg cassettes. Regina and her family left Russia (and her prized…
Raw riff heavy garage rock from Kent two-piece Isaac Holman and Laurie Vincent.
French singer-songwriter and electronic producer.
Indie rock quartet from Reading.
The lead singer of indie band Keane embarks on his first solo UK tour, launching his self-penned album, The Wave.
The trio from Ealing perform post-punk tracks.
Wouldbe dark and moody indie which makes the right noises without the content.