Iconic groups The Charlatans and Echo & The Bunnymen have joined the bill for this summer's V Festival.
Tours, Festivals & Gigs News
Friday, 27th March 2015
Thursday, 26th March 2015
The brand new Forgotten Fields festival has announced the first batch of acts who will play its first year and it includes some top names.
Wednesday, 25th March 2015
Port Isla, Honeyblood and Lucy Rose are amongst the first names to be confirmed for this year's Bushstock festival, the one day festival run by Communion Records.
Friday, 20th March 2015
The co-organiser of the festival replies to critics who say that Kanye West shouldn't headline 2015's event.
Thursday, 19th March 2015
The Reykjavík festival has announced the next batch of artists performing this November and it's a pretty impressive bunch, led by Björk.
Tuesday, 17th March 2015
The Isle of Wight festival has added more acts to its bumper line-up this evening, with indie heroes The Charlatans joined by breakthrough band Sunset Sons and punk icons Stiff Little Fingers.
The one day festival in London's Victoria Park will be headlined by Ben Howard and Bombay Bicycle Club, with a raft of other acts just announced for 19 July.
Monday, 16th March 2015
The hip hop icon will perform on the Pyramid Stage this June.
The annual series of open air shows returns to Manchester's Castlefield Bowl this July…
Friday, 13th March 2015
The returning Britpop titans have just been announced to top the bill at the Spanish festival, joining Florence + The Machine and Noel Gallagher.
ALBUM OF THE WEEK: Death Cab For Cutie - Kintsugi
Returning after the departure of a founding member, the American indie band have evolved their sound and say their new album Kintsugi is "an opportunity".
The 5 Best Songs Of The Week (23 March 2015)
This Blur, Mini Mansions, Spector, Oh Wonder and The Preatures are our biggest tracks of the week!
The 5 Best Songs Of The Week (16 March 2015)
Immense new tunes from The Wombats, Muse, Mumford And Sons and more... Give them a try!
XFM's favourite riffs - Volume 1
Riffs! Yeah! Can you dig them? We here at XFM love a good riff. Here are some favourites.
All filler, no killer: 10 songs on classic albums you always skip
XFM celebrates and denigrates the filler tracks that clog up our favourite albums.