A Band Called Quinn's micro-budget video for Wolf Cries Boy directed by Uisdean Murray has been selected to screen at the BBC Music Video Festival 2011.
The Barclaycard Mercury Prize Awards Show is being held next Tuesday, 6 September 2011 in London.
Watch Family Of The Year BBC Radio Session; SXSW dates.
Los Angeles based four-piece Family Of The Year had a busy 2010. They self-released the EP Through The Trees as a follow up to their debut album Songbook, and were elated to find themselves on a tour with Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros supporting their album.
With over one million UK album sales and a slew of memorable hit singles under their belts, The Feeling are back after a three year break with their aptly titled new single "Set My World On Fire", released on March 14.
The song will be featured extensively as the official theme song for the BBC's coverage of the Cricket World Cup (broadcast February 19th to April 3rd).
Aerials Up are a mind blowing seven-piece band from Glasgow, Scotland who formed in late 2009.
After the release of their debut single "Stay Awake" in the summer of 2010, and a number of live tours and well received festival appearances, including a triumphant headline slot on the BBC Introducing stage at T In The Park, Aerials Up ended 2010 by scooping the Emerging Talent Award at the Scottish music industry's biggest black tie event - The Tartan Clef Awards (previous winners of that award include Snow Patrol and Paolo Nutini).
Captain Xander Rawlins plays Christmas song "1000 Miles Apart" live for British troops in Afghanistan on Weds 15th December, 3pm at Wellington Barracks, London.
Xander Rawlins, the Grenadier Guards Captain, who has sung his way into the hearts and minds of the British public with his Christmas song "1000 Miles Apart" is to perform a live stream of the hit single and a Christmas message to his colleagues in Afghanistan, via the internet.
Mr Fogg announces residencies, plus performance at Reading and Leeds shown on BBC Three.
Fresh from the release of 'Stung', a Huw Stephens session at Maida Vale and a triumphant Reading and Leeds performance this weekend, Mr Fogg announces a string of residencies in two cities; his home town of Oxford and London.
Ash, The Beat, Field Music, Edward II and Penguin Cafe Orchestra to perform at new Headstock Festival which will help deprived ex-mining village in Nottinghamshire.
Rock band Ash will head the line up at this year's new Headstock Festival held on September 11, 2010 at the Newstead and Annesley Country Park, 9 miles north of Nottingham.
United in their school days by an adoration of The Stooges, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and Jack White, York based garage-rock quartet The Federals comprise scuzzy, fuzzed up guitars, sweeping art-rock drones and an underlying punk ethos that (rather than resulting in unpleasant audible barrages), greets listeners with snarling, yet alluringly melodic blues vocals and song writing that would make many bands their elder jealous.
Fronted by the engaging, born-for-this Jim Feakes, The Federals have already had much recognition from established media with The BBC at the forefront.
Ex Mining Community puts on Music Festival near Nottingham.
The Newstead and Annesley Country Park, nine miles north of Nottingham is the venue for an exciting new addition to the UK festival scene - Headstock.