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Album Review: BBC Radio 1 - Live From London (2015)

When you ask pop-stars to cover other pop-stars hits or perform unique renditions of their own songs, you get some truly special pieces of music. BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge captures this magic, and as well as broadcasting it, they also place the gems onto a CD so the greatness can be forever immortalised. The two-disc compilation features not only the biggest hits of 2014 but also the standout musicians of the year. From rising stars like Hozier and James Bay to the greats like Coldplay and Kasabian - BBC Radio 1 have got you covered.

Wu-Tang Clan to Join Florence & The Machine at the Coke Live Music Festival in Krakow!

Krakow's Coke Live Music Festival has just announced the addition of Wu-Tang Clan to the line-up along with a bevy of talented female performers. Already announced are Florence and The Machine, Franz Ferdinand and Biffy Clyro.

Now joining them are Regina Spektor, Katy B and Brodka, all musical femme fatales in their own right. This will be a diverse and interesting two day festival with more to be announced I'm sure.

Photo Gallery: Parklife - Wellington Square, Perth (25.09.11)

It was dancing in the rain as the Parklife circus rolled into Perth, featuring a lineup consisting of Gossip, The Streets, Kimbra, Duck Sauce, The Aston Shuffle, Death From Above 1979, Crystal Fighters and more. Stuart Sevastos brings us the photos from the day...

Parklife 2011 - Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne (24.09.11)

Parklife 2011 really was a thing of beauty. It came complete with perfect weather, a great line-up, good crowd and short drink queues. The organisers have found the perfect setting for the festival at Sidney Myer Music Bowl in the heart of Melbourne. In such lush surroundings it’s easy to forget that the CBD is only a quick stroll along the Yarra away. And so the scene was set for another cracking round of cutting edge electronic and indie vibes.