Lorne Thomson's second gallery from V, featuring Elbow, Janelle Monae, Ed Sheeran, Manic Street Preachers and Sophie Ellis Bextor.
Lorne Thomson's first gallery from V including Rita Ora, Lily Allen, The Wonder Stuff, Paolo Nutini and Nina Nesbitt.
Emma goes ape in the company of some future C.L.A.S.S.I.Cs
A little bit of the Mississippi delta in Bristol.
More missives from another bunch of 90s survivors.
YouTube sensation Lindsey Stirling returns to the capital to perform an intimate showcase for lucky fans.
The Fix rewinds again back to the 80s (via the 90s), taking in a host of acts, including Marc Almond, The South, Boomtown Rats and Hall and Oates.
The final day of Latitude 2014. The Black Keys headline but Future Islands win.
A rain and lightning soaked second day at Latitude.
It's back to the 80s with our first gallery from Rewind Scotland. Featuring Billy Ocean, Go West, Nick Heyward and Bucks Fizz!
Day one of the "more than just a music festival" festival.
Lorne Thomson's final bumper gallery from T In the Park, including Arctic Monkeys, Chvrches, Franz Ferdinand and the Modfather - Paul Weller.
A second gallery from T In The Park, including Paolo Nutini, Sophie Ellis Bextor, The Amazing Snakeheads and The Stranglers.
Lorne Thomson's first gallery from T In The Park, featuring Biffy Clyro, Haim, Ellie Goulding and Game Of Thrones' Raleigh Ritchie.
Lorne Thomson's final gallery from Cornbury, featuring Tomoyasu Hotei, Sam Bailey, Luke Friend and The Shires.
Simple Minds, Nina Nesbitt, Georgie Fame and Kacey Musgraves all make an appearance in Lorne Thomson's second gallery from Cornbury.
Lorne Thomson's gallery from day one of Cornbury Music Festival, featuring Jools Holland with Melanie C and Marc Almond, Sophie Ellis Bextor and Suzanne Vega.
Lara Williams clicks with Merrill's hippy chick schtick.
Holly Williams just about manages to withstand a storm from the (Anderson) East.
Bird? Whimsical folk pop? You avian a laff? asks Gary Kaill.
Our man has a whale of a day of whiskey and song in the Old Bushmills Distillery.
A triumphant home town album launch for the Manchester duo. Words: Gary Kaill. Photos: Alex Bell.
A superior mix of the old and new from Oklahoma's John Fullbright.
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