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.
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.
Where else can you go to hear about epic battles involving Arnie and Bananaman?
If you want to learn about the new music scene in London, you could do a lot worse than checking out Discovery 2.
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 Canadian indie-rockers set off a suburban inferno to warm a frozen winter evening.
BRMC's arrival in Portsmouth coincided with a large amount of snow. For those that managed to overcome the weather, an evening of strobes, big guitar riffs and power cuts was waiting.
While The Black Keys may have chosen their name to suggest something slightly odd about their music, there's no denying that their performance at Bournemouth's O2 Academy was far from a low key affair.
The awesome twosome generate hysteria in London with a set of the highest quality.
With support from supergroup Hellyeah, Stone Sour and Avenged Sevenfold prepare for this year's most eagerly awaited co-headline jaunt, the UK is out in force - this concert is sold out over all dates - and the bands are just waiting to impress. DMG is "in the house".
They may only have one trick, but it's a highly enjoyable one.
Train pull into London for a memorable night of fun.
Oxford's cult female singer-songwriter warms Exeter hearts.
Scruff gets the crowd moving on a chilly night in London's Camden.
Men of a certain age should not be able to rock this hard.
Wanna kvetch through a Kazoo?
Nashville's latest sensation perform one off London show, to the yee-haa delight of the sell-out crowd.
Being a tribute can be hard, but for Guns 2 Roses it comes easy, as they perform to a packed house for their first ever Newcastle gig!
Motley Crue perform their only UK date of 2010, before an Ozzfest headline billing, on the second evening of the UK Sonisphere Festival in Historic Knebworth.
Brazilian legends Sepultura lay waste to Newcastle in a vicious last minute assault, with support from Gama Bomb, showing us why they're still ahead of their game after 25 years on the pitch.
Slash returns to Edinburgh for an incredible gig, in a low key environment, and proves that enhanced production and expensive pyrotechnics are nothing compared to true musical talent.
Caspa gives his fans a dubstep present all wrapped up in bass.
Graffiti6 spent a sweaty afternoon in central London, chilling out their audience with the aural equivalent of a summer breeze.
Jared Leto deserves an Oscar for the performance he put in at Glasgow.
Wayne Rooney's favourite band turn it on in Glasgow, with a whispered compliment to the crowd that might upset their hometown audience.
Strip clubs, lager and a completley unplugged acoustic guitar sing along. That'll be Frightened Rabbit in Aldershot then...
Wild Beats returned from their recent American tour to the UK, with every reason to celebrate their recent success. Sadly though, this gig rarely saw the band leave their comfort zone.
The Armada Groove with a new poppier sound.
Stop, take a step back and get ready to bow to the new Queen of Pop.
Legendary Scottish rockers Nazareth return to Newcastle to show us how it's done!
Europe return with a fire and a flame to the UK, following their triumphant headline slot at Bloodstock 2009, with a performance so inspiring it's anything BUT 'The Final Countdown'.
Hot Club De Paris take Manchester by surprise, with the help of Spokes and Trojan Horse.
The young ravers return and bring sunshine to a cold Manchester night.
Better late than never as Wimbledon's finest delivers a gem of a show.
On the last night of their UK tour, Sub-Hum-Ans battled snowy blizzards to thrash out the stage for a night of stun-gun anarcho Wessex punk to shun out the winter blues.
Frightened Rabbit come home for Christmas.
Imagine 60s girl group pop with distortion and feedback. As good as that sounds.
Fray and co revel in a huge hometown gig.
A stage full of instruments and band members, nine bright lights and a middle-aged crowd acting like teenagers - it could only be Madness.
YES YES YES! The New Yorkers go thermonuclear.
The London born-and-bred Hersham boys play out their own brand of Oi and street punk in a return to their home city to see how much gristle they can chew through in an hour's stage time.
Alex Turner and the band fill a pulsating Wembley Arena and prove that they really are THE band of the last decade.
More than seven years after his Pop Idol victory Will Young shows how he's grown into a consumate performer.
34 years after his first hit with Ace, Paul Carrack continues on another lengthy tour, performing songs he's written for himself, Squeeze, Mike and The Mechanics and The Eagles.
No first-night nerves for frenetic folk-fiddler Seth Lakeman and his band as they kicked off their Winter tour in Cambridge.
The UK's answer to Jeff Buckley makes his first visit to Colchester, and hallelujah, it's a good one.
Frightful veteran punk antiquation, ANWL, blasted both dusty cobwebbed tracks and fresh-blooded tunes at the Underworld for a Halloween punk rock trick or treat.
Death Metallers Cannibal Corpse fill the ABC in Glasgow, with 'spooky' support from Trigger The Bloodshed, Annotations of an Autopsy and Dying Fetus - on Halloween of all nights!
From nomads to WOMAD (and now Brighton), Tinariwen haven't lost touch with the power of no-frills performance.