Free Souvenirs! And it shows not all freebies are rubbish.
Violetta - another female-fronted Paramore clone or something refreshingly spectacular?
Cornwall's most exciting new band take their unique indie sound North and rock one of the World's most famous venues.
Any self-respecting 14-year-old with a can of well-shaken post-SATS beer at his disposal isn't going to let a few small details get in the way of wearing a headbanging-related injury badge of honour with pride.
British Rapper Trip creates a lyrically memorable and musically catchy number about lost love, missed chances, and the night Mr River died.
The rock 'n' rollers hailing from good old blighty serve up a slice of old school in their latest double A-side.
There's no point avoiding puns, because quite simply this band make gold-standard music: synth/electro-pop with a downbeat twist.
Unsigned London-based rockers Sunday School have raw potential in bundles and are all set to have the UK scene purring over their brilliance if this five track EP is anything to go by.
Whilst they could easily be dismissed as a Coldplay tribute act, this release from West Midlands band Everett shows that they do have national talent.
London-based rhythm duo Victoria and Jacob emerge with an impressive debut EP. You'd be forgiven for thinking there's something Diana Vickers isn't telling us.
Calling All Killers is the new EP from ever-changing London-based indie band Silversky and self-confessed Morrissey fans, but does it have that cutting-edge?
Straight outta Uxbridge, up and coming local boys MisterKite showcase their emerging musical talent right on your doorstep.
What counts as pop these days? If it includes catchy riffs, head-nodding beats and a girl singing songs of real-life experiences, then I:Candy fit the bill.
There may be no gold left in the mountains, but California still has its own secret stash when it comes to music.
If you're weining yourself into the indie-electro scene, then the new EP from Spectrum 7 is definitely worth a listen.
The Outlaw can happily be described as a pounding rock band stripped back to acoustic brilliance.
Ivan Campo are not folkies in the traditional protest mould. Far from changing our world they have created their own and their manifesto is so beautiful you will soon become an ambassador.
Not to be confused with your favourite soap brand, Imperial Leisure are a 10-piece rap/rock/ska/punk outfit guaranteed to get your feet off the ground with their latest offering.
This gig proves that Billy The Kid & The Brothers Barbaylios are the best band ever to come from Middlesbrough - and they're not stopping there.
This Mancunian five-piece successfully encapsulate all that is rock and roll.
Not since the Full Monty has The Dole Queue seemed like such a funky place to be.
Merseybeat madness with a terrace twist, and a couple of classics in the making...
Talented, young and proud owners of one of the catchiest songs of the summer. Jealous? You should be.
Two singles for the price of one, and both songs are brilliant! Read on...
Any band that is trying to get classic rock back into the mainstream deserves a mention - these Stoke On Trent rockers are ones to watch.
Cutesy Manchester songstress Lucy Conroy helps us decide how much sugar we really need to help the medicine go down.