A lacklustre attempt at upholding one of the four elements of true hip-hop at this year's renowned DJ bash, held at Islington's O2 Academy on 15th July.
It's not often a new band comes along that really kicks you in the shins and demands your attention.
To celebrate the release of Caspa's new My Style EP, we're giving two lucky readers the chance to win a signed poster and a selection of Caspa, Dub Police and Sub Soldiers stickers and badges!
Get your hands on one of the final pairs of tickets for one of the most scorching Scottish festival of the summer.
Now the dust has settled and we've had a bath it's time to look back and reflect on 10 things we didn't know about Glastonbury Festival this time last week.
We examine Glastonbury Festival's biggest threats of survival in its mammoth 40 year history.
One rather seasoned 'young' female takes an in-depth look at precisely where Glasto fits in the oft confusing international festival landscape.
We've all heard the rhetoric of those who declare the decline of new music; but just how dead is this dodo, and who are the people that want to bang the last few nails into its coffin?
The hotly tipped Edinburgh quintet prove the city's music scene is still thriving, but just how big is the sting in their tail?
MySpace release a service, backed by top artists, that is set to rival that of Spotify and Last.fm.
Sony Ericsson show consumers they have what it takes to keep their head above water in the ever-competitive mobile phone market.
So, farewell then, Oasis. Britpop extraordinaires. Rock 'n' roll luminaries. Siblings at war. "Where were you while they were getting high?".
The DMG takes a look at the history and highs of one of the biggest British bands, and the first MySpace phenomenon, The Arctic Monkeys.
'Music makes the world go round' - ever realised how true that is? Music affects us all every single day, whether we like it or not.
Recent research provides evidence that the music industry - the live sector particularly - is on the rise.
The many authors of Daily Music Guide have come together to compile a list of what we think are the top five tunes of the month.
Album synopses of the twelve British and Irish music albums released in the past 12 months.
A brief look at all the ingredients that go into that ultimate cocktail we call the summer anthem!
Manchester has been inundated with music festivals over the last month. But after all the blood, sweat and tears that must go into organising them, why does it feel like they were all a waste of time?
We've teamed up with the Hard Rock Cafe to give you the chance of winning a pair of tickets for an exclusive invite-only gig with one of the UK's hottest jazz-pop singer-songwriters.
Glastonbury's Dick Tee is the big production boss of the Pyramid and Other stages. We pulled him away for a few minutes for a chat about the quirks of his job, and the highs and lows of the backstage downtown.
Popping your festival cherry? Everything you need to know to stay sane and smelling good for your first festival experience.
Spotify offers a wealth of tracks, but will it combat piracy, provide the fatal blow to the recording industry, or just help Iggy Pop sell more insurance?
Back in the 1960s, the Fab Four took the world by storm. On 9th September 2009, they look set to do it all over again.
A third year for the student festival, in a brand new North Cornwall location, and with an extended capacity of 10,000.
Want to go clubbing but can’t really be bothered to go out? This baby could be just what you’ve been waiting for...
A look at the career of one of the most successful British bands of the last three decades.
A look back at one of the most under-rated British rock albums of the decade.
This week UK theatres will house the opening of Anvil, a documentary about a Canadian hair metal band who just weren't as lucky as the rest, while music fans get set for the 'oldest' Download lineup in years.
Valentine's Day is just a few sleeps away - a time to celebrate with that special someone everything that's romantic and full of joy in your life.
As the 2009 festival season gets underway, we caught up with T in the Park guru and head of DF Concerts, Geoff Ellis, at this year's Event Show in London for a chat about the future of the UK music festival .
Celebrating the release of Chinese Democracy, we take a look at the revolving line-up of Guns N' Roses' present situation and introduce you to the members you may not know ever existed!
Looking at the band's uncertain future, we discover whether Axl Rose has plans to take the GNR train for another few spins.
In the first of a three part feature on Guns N' Roses, to celebrate the release of the band's first album in 15 years, we find out who Guns N' Roses really are.
A second day of Worthy performances brings a host of top-class acts to a sun-drenched festival audience.
The Pyramid Stage kicks off it's 2008 reign with Kate Nash setting the standard high.
Have a peek at what life's like for one of the many Glastonbury Festival goers on site for five whole days.