The Den returns to Camp Bestival

This year, The Den team have really pulled it out of the bag for their Talks and Q&As, starting with a total coup – Off the Record with Professor Green. A massive exclusive for The Den –so that means it’s for teens only! – Camp Bestival head honcho, Rob da Bank, will be interviewing Hackney’s finest lyrical genius about everything from breaking into the music business, to topping the charts. Totally unmissable!

The Den will also have the honour of welcoming BBC Radio 1 star, Dr Radha, for a very specialThe Den Surgery with Dr Radha, plus they’ll have the inspirational story of the youngest ever Poetry Slam world champion, Harry Baker – The Sunshine Kid, and everything you need to know about getting yourself heard online, with our Blogging: How To! With Teen Vogue.

You’ll also be able to get the inside track at the Give-It-A-Go Sessions across the weekend. You can perfect your festival swag with DIY Festival Fashion, or enjoy energising morning action with Disco Yoga. Liberate your inner poet with Cecilia Knapp in Spoken Word 101, or use creative writing to try out a bit of self-discovery with Getting To Grips! You can also get involved with the amazing BRIT School to learn the moves from chart-smashing vids with Music Video Masterclass, join Laurie Bolger who will help you create inventive and adventurous poems in Poetry & Lyrics, or learn free-running from the experts and be blown away by their demos with Parkour Pop-Up. The Den will also play host to Spoken Word including coming of age act Finding Home, Roundhouse performance poet, Maria Ferguson, thought provoking verse in an exclusive appearance from Samuel King and Laurie Bolger who has been shortlisted as London's Young Poet Laureate.

If you’re coming for the beats then The Den: Afterhours! is for you, with an amazing array of DJs, live acts, dancers and drummers taking you into the night. Friday night’s flavour isDancehall, and there will be hula madness aplenty with hosts Marawa and the Majorettes, Saturday sees a Totally Tropical Takeover, and Sunday will be Wild! And live music in The Den will come from Rats In Me Kitchen, Pocket Club, Rive, Karyma and Eden Roxx.

And, situated right alongside The Den will be Rob da Bank’s Music Club. Putting on exclusive workshops, demonstrations, inspirational speakers and general chill out, with music and performance for 13 – 17 year-olds – it’s only teens allowed. So, come, be inspired, entertained and learn the occasional thing along the way!

Professor Green, Wretch 32 and more join Camp Bestival 2015 lineup

We are massively excited once again to be able to announce a bill-topping slot from the man, the legend, Mr Tumble. A true force of nature, the utter hysteria surrounding a Mr Tumble performance at Camp Bestival makes Beatlemania look like a Black Lace come back. The wildest high jinx are guaranteed from the number one kids’ clown, so whatever you do, don’t dare miss Mr Tumble when he assumes his throne at Lulworth Castle!

Joining our three previously announced headliners, we’ll have loads more brilliant live music from the likes of Hackney’s finest, Professor Green and lyrical gymnast, Wretch 32, who commented “I’m extremely excited to be coming to play for my fans at Camp Bestival, expect a special show! See you in the summer!

We’ll also have Mercury Prize nominee and long-time Camp Bestival favourite Kate Tempest, world famous philanthropist and sometime Boomtown Rat Bob Geldof, legendary dance machine Soul II Soul, 80s pop powerhouse, Level 42, incredible chanteuse Alison Moyet, the silky voiced Ella Eyre, funk and rare groove legends, Cymande, proper Manchester rave crew 808 State, original punk-pop geniuses Buzzcocks, turntable maestro DJ Yoda, and funny funkers, The Cuban Brothers.

Bringing new meaning to the word campfire, we’ll also have all out action from psychedelic warriors The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown, in your face duo Slaves, bubble gum upstarts Only the Young, BBC Sound of 2015 finalist George the Poet, folk royaltyEliza Carthy, and Australian male vocal group The Spooky Men's Chorale. Plus we’ll have raucous times with Mr Wilson’s Second LinersEkkahThe Rajasthan Heritage Brass Band, Weymouth Ukeleleans, Sinful Maggie, Folk Idol andReggaerobics.

Back on board and chomping at the bit to go wild with us, we have a host of Camp Bestival favourites with brand new shows, including the Insect CircusWest End Kids, BRIT School, Royal Albert Hall Albert’s Band and the award winning Funky Little Choir. We’ll have wild workshops aplenty from BRIT School, West End Kids and Workshop Patrol. And brand spanking new for 2015, prepare to be amazed by The Chrysalis Garden, our fabulous new spa and well-being area, and The Train Trip, an astonishing mini carnival on the right side of the tracks, plus there will be truly Wild Adventures with our biggest, bestest and wildest activities yet!

Professor Green to replace Rudimental at Brownstock Festival

Brownstock Festival is an independent boutique style festival held on the Brown Family's farm in Essex on the weekend of the 30th, 31st Aug and 1st Sept. The festival was due to be headlined on Saturday by Rudimental (dj). In the last few hours the festival has been informed by Rudimental's management that they will not be able to perform at this year's festival. They have released this statement:

 "It is with regret that Rudimental have to cancel their forthcoming appearance at Brownstock. This is through no fault of the promoters of the event, and is due to a major US touring commitment. We are hoping to make it up to everyone in 2014"

Saturday night's headline slot will now be taken by Professor Green, one of the largest acts ever to appear at Brownstock Festival. The Brown Family have released a full statement on the situation here

Professor GreenFull line up:

Professor Green (pa), The Fratellis, Mark Ronson, Tom Odell,  Duke Dumont, The Pigeon Detectives, Benga, Delilah, Beardyman, Jaguar Skills, Devlin, Hadouken, Ron Size, King Charles, Krafty Kuts, Doorly, DJ Yoda, The Milk. Full line up here

Since hearing the news regarding Rudimental's cancellation The Brown Family have been making it their business to make sure this cancellation doesn't take anything from the festival experience and have worked to bring the 2013 festival a new Saturday night headliner.

Fresh from his appearance at Glastonbury they welcome Professor Green to the 2013 line up. He will headline Saturday at the festival on the main stage. With a back catalogue with hit singles, a double gold certified album, a Facebook and Twitter following bigger than some counties, you can rest assured he will be performing a memorable set.

Adam Brown Festival Director said: "We were obviously extremely disappointed to receive the statement from Rudimental. It was a massive shock to the team. As a small independent event fighting for the best line up possible is always a challenge, but we are so excited to have been able to replace them with such formidable name. Professor Green will be an amazing finish to Saturday, one that the whole team will make sure they don't miss."  

Tickets info

Going into its 9th year the festival has seen unprecedented sales which are 100% up on this point before. The festival has sold out of all but its last tier of tickets and there will be no tickets for sale on the gate. 

Tickets are currently £74. This covers all 3 days of the festival and includes camping. 

A limited amount of remaining tickets can still be bought online here: 

Tinie Tempah, Professor Green and more for Magaluf Takeover

Magaluf Takeover is the ultimate summer music holiday for fun-seekers and go-getters, with some of the world’s best clubs, parties and events at the tips of every revellers fingers. With the new breed of holidaymakers, Magaluf Takeover presents renowned and celebrated urban artists appearing over the summer months, including the likes of heavyweights Professor Green, Labrinth, Wretch 32, Tinie Tempah and Mistajam. Guests whose trips are lucky enough to fall over weeks between 28th June and 19th July, will be treated to performances and special appearances by their chart heroes at infamous venues including BCM and Mallorca Live. With bespoke accommodation all taken care of, guests are free to enjoy the various boat and pool parties, bar crawls, music acts and VIP experiences the Magaluf Takeover has to offer. For more information, remaining dates and prices starting at £129.99, visit the offical website

Tinie TempahMagaluf is not only one of the most popular clubbing resorts, it is also on the up, shaking off its sleazy image and transforming into a respectable clubbing destination for thousands of wanting revellers. For eight weeks the town belongs to likeminded holiday-makers and music lovers, presented by the Magaluf Takeover seven-night extravaganza that includes all the elements needed to create a hassle-free fun-filled music holiday. Packages celebrate every single fun loving aspect of Magaluf with unbeatable accommodation, from basic rooms to rest heavy heads after a hard nights partying, to all out luxurious resorts with gyms and jacuzzis. Seven days are filled with access to some of the most exclusive clubs in the world, including Europe’s largest superclub BCM where internationally renowned DJs such as Calvin Harris and Avicii are regulars. Not only this but revellers will have access to the Mallorca Live gigs throughout the week with performances from the likes of Pro Green, Tinie Tempah and Labrinth, with 1Xtra’s favourite DJ Mistajam spinning slick beats all night long. In addition to these fantastic events, partygoers will be given the chance to experience MCP (over five clubs) throughout their stay, with VIP access and parties specifically orchestrated for Takeover guests and culminating with an infamous UV Paint Party. Throughout the week guests can soak up the sun whilst partying the day away with Takeover pool parties bustling with surprise celebrity guests, boat parties and bar crawls.

Magaluf is fast cementing itself as a serious clubbing destination and Mainstage Travel’s Magaluf Takeover is the only way to experience it as a VIP and hassle-free, without the price tag.

Chase & Status to headline Brighton’s Shakedown Festival

These superstar DJ’s are known for their eclectic blend of genre defying styles and are one of the most potent forces on the dance scene.  Famed for their incendiary DJ sets, this irrepressible duo will be armed to the teeth with a plethora of dance floor anthems and underground classics.
Chase & StatusChase & Status  have earned international recognition through their monumental album ‘No More Idols’ which crashed into the charts in 2011, amassing over 300,000 sales  and  spawning a  stream of chart topping singles including collaborations with Plan BTempa TMaverick Sabre and Dizzee Rascal to name but a few.
Supporting Chase & Status in the Supercharged Arena will be the much lauded Knife Party and Zane Lowe, back by popular demand at Shakedown for a second year after a jaw dropping set at the inaugural event.  Local boy and Drum & Bass heavyweight DJ Friction will also perform alongside pioneering producer and godfather of UK Bass, Shy
FX.  Multi award winning Ms Dynamite and will also join the succession of artists on stage alongside rapidly emerging production duo The Prototypes.
Headlining the main stage is the UK’s ultimate showman Dizzee Rascal.  Armed with an arsenal of hits, Dizzee is arguably the best live act in the country right now; an artist at the top of his game and his set will be a defining Shakedown moment. Professor Green will
take to the stage at Stanmer Park performing all the hits from his albums, Alive Till I’m Dead and ‘At Your Convenience’ whilst girl about town and queen of the underground Katy B showcases her mix of dub step, funky, house, garage and r n’ b to mesmerising effect.
Hotly tipped Stooshe are embracing mainstream success with their brash, bolshy and infectiously catchy brand of urban pop whilst Clement Marfo and The Frontline provide an endless supply of gargantuan pop hooks and sweet neo-soul vocals.
Hed Kandi, the most stylish name in house music have been confirmed to host the VIP Arena with a spectacular production and a host of DJ’s including FreemasonsSeamus Haji and Phil Faversham.
Shakedown Festival 2012 brings the most exciting names in contemporary music to Brighton for one last festival outing.  With such an indepth line up of talent, Shakedown is the perfect end to an incredible summer of festival fun.
TICKETS £40 + bf
VIP TICKETS £75 + bf
Available now from the Hed Kandi bar on West Street, Brighton and

T in the Park 2012 Preview

Whether it rains or not, I am expecting the Scottish crowd to be out in full force, having been to T in the Park before I am more than familiar with the enthusiastic atmosphere consistent through all weather conditions! I'm almost as excited to see the festival goers that choose to slide face down through the mud as I am to see the numerous artists confirmed over the three days.

Florence & The Machine

Having looked through the line-up I hope to see (as long as stage times don't clash) Snow Patrol, Florence and the Machine, Professor Green, The Blackout and Tinie Tempah on the Friday. On the Saturday I'll hope to catch The Stone Roses, David Guetta, Jessie J, Enter Shikari, Rizzle Kicks, and Fake Blood. On the Sunday, Kasabian, Nicki Minaj, Swedish House Mafia, Chase and Status, Skrillex, Twin Atlantic, Rita Ora and The Subways!

Preview by Nicole Leslie

Complete Wireless Festival 2012 lineup announced

Taking place on 6, 7, 8 July, the festival features the biggest and best names in music today including superstar headliners deadmau5Drake and Rihanna alongside other sensational acts such as Nicki Minaj, Jessie J, Example, Afrojack, Calvin Harris, Labrinth and Professor Green. The bandstand line up has now been unveiled giving audiences the chance to see the new breed of upcoming stars, hand-picked from the rich array of original talent in the Capital and beyond.  This year’s Barclaycard Wireless Festival is set to be the biggest and bestyet, 65,000 tickets for Saturday 7 (Headlined by Drake) and Sunday 8 (headlined by Rihanna) sold out a month in advance of the festival.  Tickets for Friday July 6, headlined by deadmau5 are still available but selling fast. 

Set times have also just been announced on the website so you can start to planyour schedule.  You can also download the free Barclaycard Wireless Festival 2012 app, available now on iPhone and later this week on Android and Blackberry.  You’ll have access to the latest line-up, interactive map, event information and social updates from backstage.

As well as enjoying the most enviable of line-ups, festival goers can explore all the exciting attractions on site and this year Barclaycard will enhance the festival experience with the Barclaycard PayBand. The PayBand allows you to buy things quickly (with just a tap of your PayBand at any of the vendors on site), escape the crowds in the Unwind Perk Park with its viewing platform, luxurytoilets and free festival goodies, and get in quickly through the Barclaycard fast track lanes!  If you have not registered for one already and you’re a Barclaycard customer, then head to the Barclaycard Unwind Perk Park on-site and get one.

Full Barclaycard Wireless Festival line up as follows:


MAIN STAGE: Deadmau5, Afrojack, The Roots, Maverick Sabre, Metric

PEPSI MAX STAGE: Knife Party, Feed Me, Santigold, Modestep, Childish Gambino

BARCLAYCARD UNWIND STAGE: Jaguar Skills, Ms Dynamite, Zeds Dead, Gemini, Araabmuzik, Zedd

BANDSTAND STAGE: Pro Dot, Runriot, Brave New Storm


MAIN STAGE: Drake, Nikki Minaj, Example, Wiz Khalifa, Professor Green, Tulisa, Rita Ora

PEPSI MAX STAGE: Nero, The Weeknd, Labrinth, Delilah, D’banj, Hilltop Hoods, Clement Marfo & The Frontline

BARCLAYCARD UNWIND STAGE: Chiddy Bang, Dot Rotten, The Dream, Lady Leshurr, Sway, Sneakbo, Angel, Koan Sound, AlunaGeorge

BANDSTAND STAGE: Mikill Pane, Josh Osho, Krept & Konan, Queen Of Hearts, Other Tribe, Bakery Boys


MAIN STAGE: Rihanna, Jessie J, J Cole, Rizzle Kicks, Labrinth, Pitbull, Cher Lloyd

PEPSI MAX STAGE: Calvin Harris, Kaskade, Madeon, A$AP Rocky, Flux Pavilion, Lloyd, Stooshe

BARCLAYCARD UNWIND STAGE: Far East Movement, Theophilus London, Doctor P, Kreayshawn, Rascals, L Marshall, Monsta, Steve Papa Edwards

BANDSTAND STAGE: K-Koke, Spe, Cleo Sol, NY, Skyline, Afterdark Movement

Wireless Festival 2012 Preview


Saturday and Sunday are now completely sold out for this years Wireless Festival, and if you haven't got your ticket yet but want to catch a piece of Wireless, you can still get day tickets for Friday to see deadmau5, Aforjack and more!

After pulling out in 2010 due to unforseen circumstances, Drake returns to London to headline Wireless Festival in 2012.  Joining Drake on the main stage will be US rapper Nicki Minaj, Example, Wiz Khalifa, Professor Green, Tulisa and Rita Ora.  Over in the Pepsi Max Stage, Nero will headline along with The Weekend, Labrinth, Deliah, D'banj, Hilltop Hoods, Clement Marfo & The Frontline.

Rihanna returns to London to headline Sunday night after a massive sell out tour in the UK last year.  Joining Rhi-Rhi on the main stage is Jessie J, J Cole, Rizzle Kicks, Labrinth, Pitbull and Cher Llyod.

The Summer Festival Guide will be on hand to bring you all the action from Saturday, we will be keeping you up to date on the performances through the day, who we have seen in the press area's, and will hopefully catch a few acts to interview through the day!

Shakedown Festival announce Professor Green, Katy B, Stooshe and more!

Last year’s event was a huge success and the event organisers are building on their promise to deliver another outstanding line up of contemporary musical talent. 

Professor GreenProfessor Green will perform before Dizzee Rascal in Stanmer Park.  His debut album, ‘Alive Till I’m Dead’ crashed into the charts and went double-Gold, spawning four hit singles with ‘I Need You Tonight’, ‘Just Be Good To Green’, ‘Monster’ and 'Jungle' amassing over 500,000 sales. His second album ‘At Your Inconvenience’ produced the number 1 single ‘Read All About It and the size of his army of Facebook friends – 1.5 million – tells it like it is; Professor Green is a genuine super star!
Girl about town and queen of the underground Katy B enjoyed huge success with her debut album ‘On A Mission’. The Brit Award winner combines dub step, funky, house, garage and r n’ b to mesmerising effect and the London songstress has teamed up with uber producer Mark Ronson to record a track for the
Olympics.  The much anticipated second album is due out this summer and her set is sure to be a Shakedown highlight. 
Stooshe raise eyebrows, turn heads and set tongues wagging wherever they perform and their brash, bolshy and infectiously catchy brand of urban pop marks them out as the ultimate modern pop band.
South London MC Clement Marfo and his genre-splitting band The Frontline are a fusion of grime and hip hop with an endless supply of gargantuan pop hooks and sweet neo-soul vocals.  Their music is based around positivity and inspiration, the sound of an aspirational youth and they are tipped for big things in 2012
These acts will support the irrepressible Dizzee Rascal who headlines the main stage. The ultimate showman, Dizzee Rascal ensures rapturous responses from audiences and arrives with a sack load of number 1 hits including ‘Dance Wiv Me’, ‘Bonkers’, ‘Holiday’ and ‘Dirtee Disco’.
"Been a while since I last played in Brighton”, said Dizzee. “Looking forward to Shakedown, it's gonna be massive this year!"   Shakedown promoter Steve Jones comments, "Pro Green and Katy B are the perfect way to build up to Dizzee on the main stage and I cannot wait to see them getting thousands of people worked up into a frenzy.  Once you see who we have playing in the dance tent you are going to be blown away."  
The line up for the dance stage will be revealed shortly and Brighton will be jumping to the beats, bass and electronic rhythms of the most cutting edge musical artists at the last festival of the summer.
Union are hosting the main stage and will also be playing to get the crowd warmed up in the afternoon and Shakedown will also be showcasing one up and coming band and DJ on the main stage, who will be decided through a huge competition over the summer months.
TICKETS £40 + bf

20 more acts added to Liverpool Sound City

D/R/U/G/S, Chew Lips, Pond, Eleanor Friedberger, Fossil Collective, Theme Park, PEACE, Post War Years, Clock Opera, Last Dinosaurs, Jake Bugg, Swiss Lips, Sheepdogs, Sunless 97, Wet Nuns, Hey Sholay, Jinja Safari, Tea Street Band, The Night, Crusades, Dan Croll
• They join the likes of Professor Green, Mystery Jets, Death In Vegas and over 320 more
• Day lineup’s announced
They are a tenacious bunch the Scousers, and they’ve pulled out all the stops for Liverpool Sound City this year. With an unrivalled lineup, there’s much to be happy about tonight on the shores of the Mersey. There’s one hell of a party looming in just over a months time.
The full lineup is below and reads like a who’s who of what’s hot right now.
Professor Green, Mystery Jets, Death In Vegas, Alkaline Trio, Slow Club, Django Django, Tim Hecker, Willy Mason, Forest Swords, ∆ Alt J, Chew Lips, The Heartbreaks, Stephen Langstaff, Stealing Sheep, TOY, Electric Guest, Mele, The Big Sleep, Willis Earl Beal, Last Dinosaurs, The Computers, Arcane Roots, Peace, Sheepdogs, JeanClaudeGoddamm, Dave Hause, Sunless 97, Folks
8otto, Ahab, Alex Hulme, All We Are, Barbieshop, Bleeding Heart Narrative, Bonfire Nights, By The Sea, Clutter, COMA, Dinosaur Bones, Ex Easter Island Head, Faceless Nation, fiN, Fitz., Fossil Collective, Ghost Outfit, Gush, Hugh Keice, I am Dive, IDream In Colour, Jackson Firebird, Jay Stansfield, Jessie Rose, Jethro Fox,Kites, Luke Fenlon, Mausi, Midnight Youth, Midnight Youth, Milla and The Geeks, NOKIES!, People In the Box, Pikachunes, Princess Chelsea, Roosevelt, She’s So Rad, Some Community, Stafraenn Hakon, Still Corners , Sun Drums, The City Walls, The Grande, The Hummingbirds, The Valkarys, Tibi & Her Cello, Tina In The Green Dress, We Are Animal, Yast
The Temper Trap, Michael Kiwanuka, White Denim, Niki & The Dove, Lower Than Atlantis, Eugene McGuinness, The Jezabels, Charli XCX, Pond, Clock Opera, Don Broco, White Arrows, Said The Whale, Yukon Blonde, Jake Bugg, Bear In Heaven, Post War Years, Mugstar, Wet Nuns, Jonquil, Swiss Lips, Shields, Vukovi, Fine Young Firecrackers, Crusades, Still Flyin'
Artwork & MC Pokes, Ben Caplan, Bendal Interlude, Bird, Bow & Arrow, Bwani Junction, Catfish and The Bottlemen, Cazadores, Cheap Thrills, Daytona Lights, Dead Cities, Dead Wolf Club, Dinosaur Bones, Elmo and the Styx, Farryl Purkiss, Funeral Suits, Get Back Colquitt, Hot Panda, Iktsuarpok, Inland Sea, Johnny Sands, Kazimier Krunk Band, Kestrels, Lake Poets, THE MARGINALS, Lilliput, Mammal Club, Man Get Out, Millions, Mind Mountain, Oliver Tank, Patterns, People Of K, Pete and the Harmonics, Ratty Little Fingers, Reptile Youth, Revere, Salem Rages, Scams, Slow Down Molasses, Some Community, Spring Offensive, Step Panther, STRIKE, The Dead Class, The Lake Poets, The Red Suns, The Royals, The Second Grace, THE UNION DOLLS, The Vermin Suicides, Thomas J Speight, Tiro Lark, TRUDI
James Vincent McMorrow, Space, Kids In Glass Houses, Ghostpoet, The Wedding Present, The History Of Apple Pie, Sweet Billy Pilgrim, D/R/U/G/S, Theme Park, Hey Sholay, Tea Street Band, Fixers, Invaders, Jinja Safari, Bleached, PINS, Lulu James, EJ, ThunderbirdGerard (USA/GER), Broken Lungs, Hideaways, Sissy & The Blisters, The Kill Van Kulls, Dan Croll, The Night
Algiers, Be Forest, Ben Salter, Blunt Truth, Bonfire Nights, Chelcee Grimes, Coffee and Cakes For Funerals, Common Tongues, Concrete Knives, Crash Of Rhinos, Death at Sea, Emma Louise, Esco Williams, Flat Back Four, Golden Fable, Goodnight Lenin, Heartbeat Parade, HighFields, I am Dive, Inland Sea, Ironside, Jackson Firebird, Jazzhands, Jordan Cook (Reignwolf), Kasst, Kestrels, Like Spinning, Long Finger Bandits, Low Roar, Manuka, Matzka, Millions, Miss Stylie, Monkey Pilot, Mont Blanc, Ninetails, Oliver Tank, Owls*, Oxygen Thieves, Pete Bentham and the Dinner Ladies, Samuel Mason, Secret Rivals, Seward, Sietta, Silent Sleep, Silverclub, Slow Down Molasses, Southern, Step Panther, Strangers, Sweet Lights, Tall Ships, The Bowers, The Brownies, The Daydream Club, The Likely Lads, The Lunar Fields, The Suicide of Western Culture, The Sums, The Thespians, This Is Two, Towns, Vasco Da Gama, Waa Wei, Young British Artists
Full Line up A to Z:
∆ Alt J, Ahab, Alex Hulme, Algiers, Alkaline Trio, All We Are, Anna Anna, Arcane Roots, Artwork & MC Pokes, Barbieshop, Be Forest, Bear In Heaven, Ben Caplan and the Casual Smokers, Ben Salter, Bendal Interlude, Bird, Bleached, Bleeding Heart Narrative, Blunt Truth, Bonfire Nights, Bow & Arrow, Broken Lungs, Bwani Junction, By The Sea, Catfish and The Bottlemen, Cazadores, Charli XCX, Cheap Thrills, Chelcee Grimes, Chew Lips, Clock Opera, Clutter, Coffee and Cakes For Funerals, COMA, Common Tongues, Concrete Knives, Crash Of Rhinos, Crusades, D/R/U/G/S, Dan Croll, Daniel Kuhle, Dave Hause, Daytona Lights, Dead Cities, Dead WolfClub, Death at Sea, Death In Vegas, Dinosaur Bones, Django Django, Don Broco, Dutch Uncles, EJ, Electric Guest, Elmo and the Styx, Emma Louise, Esco Williams, Eugene McGuinness, Ex Easter Island Head, Faceless Nation, Farryl Purkiss, fiN, Fine Young Firecrackers, Fitz., Fixers, Flat Back Four, Flip Grater, Folks, Forest Swords, Fossil Collective, Funeral Suits, Get Back Colquitt, Ghost Outfit, Ghostpoet, Golden Fable, Goodnight Lenin, Gush, Heartbeat Parade, Hey Sholay, Hideaways, HighFields, Hot Panda, Hugh Keice, I am Dive, I Dream In Colour, Iktsuarpok, Inland Sea, Invaders, Ironside, Jackson Firebird, Jake Bugg, James Vincent McMorrow, Jay Stansfield, Jazzhands, JeanClaudeGoddamm, Jessie Rose, Jethro Fox, Jinja Safari, Johnny Sands, Jonquil, Jordan Cook (Reignwolf), Kasst, Kazimier Krunk Band, Kestrels, Kids In Glass Houses, Kites, Lake Poets, Last Dinosaurs, Like Spinning, Lilliput, Long Finger Bandits, Low Roar, Lower Than Atlantis, Luke Fenlon, Lulu James, Mammal Club, Man Get Out, Manuka, Mele, Michael Kiwanuka, Midnight Youth, Miila & The Geeks, Millions, Mind Mountain, Miss Stylie,Monkey Pilot, Mont Blanc, Mugstar, Mystery Jets, Niki & The Dove, Ninetails, NOKIES!, Oliver Tank, Owls*, Oxygen Thieves, Patterns, Peace, Peggy Hsu, People In the Box, People Of K, Pete and the Harmonics, Pete Bentham and the Dinner Ladies, Pikachunes, PINS, Pond, Post War Years, Princess Chelsea, Professor Green, Ratty Little Fingers, Reptile Youth, Revere, Roosevelt, Said The Whale, Salem Rages, Samuel Mason, Scams, Secret Rivals,Seward, She’s So Rad, Sheepdogs, Shields, Sietta, Silent Sleep, Silverclub, Sissy & The Blisters, Slow Club, Slow Down Molasses, Some Community, Southern, Space, Spring Offensive, Stafraenn Hakon, Stealing Sheep, Step Panther, Stephen Langstaff, Still Corners, Still Flyin', The Strangers, STRIKE, Sun Drums, Sunless 97, Sweet Billy Pilgrim, Sweet Lights, Swiss Lips, Tall Ships, Tea Street Band, The Bowers, The Brownies, The City Walls, The Computers, The Daydream Club, The Dead Class, TheGrande, The Heartbreaks, The History Of Apple Pie, The Hummingbirds, The Jezabels, The Kill Van Kulls, The Lake Poets, The Likely Lads, The Lunar Fields, THE MARGINALS, The Night, The Red Suns, The Royals, The Second Grace, The Suicide of Western Culture, The Sums, The Temper Trap, The Thespians, THE UNION DOLLS, The Valkarys, The Vermin Suicides, The Wedding Present, Theme Park, This Is Two, Thomas J Speight, Thunderbird Gerard, Tibi & Her Cello, Tim Hecker, Tina In The Green Dress, Tiro Lark, Towns, TOY, TRUDI, Vasco Da Gama, Vukovi, Waa Wei, We Are Animal, Wet Nuns, White Arrows, White Denim, Willis Earl Beal, Willy Mason, Yast, Young British Artists, Yukon Blonde