Tim Burgess talks to XFM's Danielle Perry about how the band got over tragedy by making sunny new album Modern Nature.
Tuesday, 27th January 2015
As part of Independent Venue Week, Frank Turner presents a very special show celebrating all that's great about small, independent venues.
Friday, 23rd January 2015
Van McCan and co with headline a second night at the iconic London venue.
Thursday, 15th January 2015
Frontman Murph has told XFM's Danielle Perry that their new album Glitterbug is their most personal yet and they can't wait to play it live.
Thursday, 1st January 2015
Kick off 2015 with a bang thanks to the XFM Inspiration Award winner's inspiring state of the nation on music: young bands, women in rock and why fresh voices need your help.
Wednesday, 31st December 2014
The Irish band say the follow-up to In A Perfect World marks a real departure but they can't wait for people to hear it.
Monday, 29th December 2014
The Brighton duo are building a huge live reputation across the world - but that doesn't mean they like being on the road.
Thursday, 25th December 2014
The singer reads the classic tale by the Brothers Grimm as a special festive treat from XFM. Happy Christmas!
Wednesday, 24th December 2014
The XFM Inspiration Award winner tells us a story that proves that Paul Weller is the down-to-earth legend we always knew he was.
The 5 Best Songs Of The Week (26 January 2015)
This week we're pouring Kaiser Chiefs, The Vaccines, The Bohicas, George Ezra and Peace into our indie cocktail.
ALBUM OF THE WEEK: Rae Morris - Unguarded
The Blackpool-born singer goes it alone for her debut solo album.
The 5 Best Songs Of The Week (19 January 2015)
Come on guys, we can do this. We can get through January. We're nearly there. Listen to these great new tracks and before you know it, Spring will be here!
Gone But Not Forgotten: The Venues We've Loved And Lost
To mark Independent Venue Week, XFM takes a bittersweet look back over a few of our favourite rock venues that have sadly closed their doors for good.
The Indie Wonder Years - 1995
XFM looks back at the year of the Britpop Wars, Stanley Road and Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness.