BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend will take place on 24th May in Londonderry, Ireland.
The Voice hopeful fails to impress judges with a souled-up Spice Girls cover.
The 41-year-old is currently mentoring hopefuls on Australia's The Voice.
The 'Me Julie' star has spoken out against today's manufactured pop.
Weekend day ticket allocations have been raised to cope with extra demand fuelled by this year's line-up.
The British beauty has been warned as her spending escalates out of control.
The revelation comes following a recent trip to Jamaica.
Sin City director Robert Rodriguez announced the casting via Twitter.
Frank Ocean, Katy Perry, and MIA also feature in this year's nominations.
The global dance community is set to converge on Clapham Common for acts such as Chase & Status and Benny Benassi as Saturday sells out.
The veteran pop-star blames jeers on "a few thugs".
VIP tickets and accommodation are up for grabs, courtesy of festival organisers Lock & Loaded events.
Five years since his last solo release and fresh from celebrating his 70th birthday, Paul Simon still manages to deliver.
Tennis is a band which should feature on everyone's summer playlists. They are a band who should be played at every beach party, every barbeque, and every good-weather-related activity.
Dub Police's 50th release is no mean milestone. Caspa's label has dominated the dubstep domain since it started in the noughties and has changed the face of the scene altogether. BM Soho, the longest standing dance record store in London seemed, therefore, a fitting location for such an occasion.
Police report crime levels have fallen for the second year running.
Brooke Fraser is a successful young New Zealand singer-songwriter. Three albums into her career, she has made a single which has the potential to make her a star over here in Blighty too.
She didn't get her name from the Blondie song, but there are still similarities. Sunday Girl's latest single is electro pop, but is it any good? We found out...
Friend of Frank Turner, Ben Marwood presents his debut solo album Outside There's A Curse. It's a heady mix of love, death, and Whoopi Goldberg...
Orchestre National de Barbés have been described as a band you 'have to see live at least once in your life time', but with these guys once is never enough.
DMG had the pleasure of catching up with MOBO.com's One To Watch, Matti Roots, and asking him about everything from his new album Beatroots to people who frown on Katy Perry.
Irish folk artist James Vincent McMorrow's aiming for success in the US, but what will the Americans think of his debut EP?
Where else can you go to hear about epic battles involving Arnie and Bananaman?
Second-chance tickets for this year's festival are snapped up in record time.
Glastonbury 2011 promises another boost for charities.
Even more areas are added to Glastonbury 2011.
Coldplay, Beyonce, U2 to headline this year's festival.
There were frowns this week in London when Ed Warby and co cancelled their only UK date of 2011 at short notice, thankfully, Ed and the boys have produced some fine music to keep the masses' thirst quenched and gave DMG a great interview to keep the conversation flowing!
He's been compared to Bon Iver, but does Irish singer and multi-instrumentalist James Vincent McMorrow's debut album really deserve the praise it's received?
The UK's biggest student bash announces its final headline acts.
With Australia's Cloud Control around there's no sign of bad weather only sun-drenched days in a paradise.
With the 40th anniversary of Queen's foundation falling in 2011, and their new label, Island Records, choosing to re-release the band's first five studio albums as a result, DMG takes a look back at a rather forgotten debut record from '73.
Lazarus AD have certainly been making heads turn in the DMG offices, with their new album Black Rivers Flow on course to make the band household names, and their first ever UK tour in the process with Bonded By Blood. Vocalist and Guitarist Dan Gapen told us all about it.
If you want to learn about the new music scene in London, you could do a lot worse than checking out Discovery 2.
DMG had a drink with Geva Alon and tried to Get Closer to what makes him tick.
Miles Kane returns with second single, 'Come Closer', a garage rock stomper with a perhaps unwelcoming lad-rock rumble.
The Viva la Vida chart-toppers will headline the Pyramid stage on Saturday 25th June.
An already proven tallent in the acting world tries his hand at rapping. We're not talking Joaquin Phoenix either.
With such happy tunes as 'Twist My Sister' and 'She Was a Teenage Zombie' the Murderdolls look to inject a little fun and enjoyment into Middlesbrough tonight! DMG was on hand to see what went down.
The Britrock brother would "vomit" if made to tour with brother Noel again.
The world's third-largest music group began looking for buyers in January.
'Gold Forever' follows the band's number one hit in 2010, 'All Time Low'.
Eliza Doolittle's hot summer sing-a-long gets a re-release, in the middle of cold, cold winter.
Lovelorn tales from one half of the famous brother-sister duo, this debut proves solo records are rarely greater than the sum of the group's parts.
Pulsating rhythms from the North East, bring this elusive little band into our conscious.
Tennessee rockers tout for talent following the Farros' departure.
The file-sharing service refuses to go quietly as the US courts order its closure.
The feud ends with an unsuccessful appeal from label giant EMI.
Frank Turner's latest EP provides a glimpse at his forthcoming album. But Rock & Roll is far from being a stopgap release.
Live from Liverpool Royal Court on 19th December 2010.