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Kanye West will return to take centre stage at the urban musical festival

British Breaks: An odds-on favourite for summertime fun

There's more to Cheshire than cheese

Big Chill Festival, Eastnor Castle, Ledbury

Cool beats raise the temperature

Andy Hughes: DJ and mixer whose work with The Orb entranced a generation

While the producer and DJ Alex Paterson has been the core member of the ambient, electronic group The Orb for over 20 years, he has been ably seconded in his pioneering sonic endeavours by creative musicians such as Jimmy Cauty, Kim Weston (aka Thrash), Simon Phillips and Thomas Fehlmann.

Mighty Boosh's Noel Fielding in zombie record challenge

Comedian Noel Fielding is to take part in an attempt to break the world record for the largest gathering of zombies, it was announced today.

Observations: Rosie Lovell serves a loving spoonful

Forget Cider with Roadies, the latest must-have music missive is actually a cookery book – Spooning with Rosie. Not that you should confuse this with the usual "cooking is the new rock'n'roll" pitch. That was old hat soon after Jamie Oliver drove into town on his oh-so-mod scooter and Gordon Ramsay swore on telly like Lemmy with a headache. Rosie Lovell is cut from a different cloth, inspired as she is by music as much as ingredients.

Isle of Wight Festival, Seaclose Park, Newport

Old guard coast on pleasure island

The return of dance music

After a period of commercial decline, the original trailblazers of Nineties dance music are back in a big way. The rush of nostalgia is well deserved, argues Fiona Sturges

My Style: Tawiah

Occupation: Soul singer
Age: 22
Personal Style: Urban diva

MC5/Primal Scream, Royal Festival Hall, London

For once, Primal Scream were happy to play second fiddle to their heroes – and, in the end, raised their game enough to play beside them. The band were last upstaged when Basement Jaxx took a Glastonbury 2005 headline slot above them after Kylie Minogue pulled out. Bobby Gillespie threw a hissy fit then; tonight he was more muted. After all, while Gillespie's stylistic magpies flit from one look to another, the MC5 have staked their claim as genuine anti-Establishment rabble-rousers.

Celebrating Independents Day

On 4 July, we will celebrate Independents Day, a new annual initiative from AIM in the UK designed to raise awareness and celebrate the importance and success of independently released music across the globe.

Cultural Life: Emmanuel Jal, musician

Books: I am reading Marley Legend: An Illustrated Life of Bob Marley by James Henke. It is about the early years when he was trying to make a band, and includes interviews with Marley's family. I am also reading Slave: My True Story, about the Sudanese girl Mende Nazer's lost childhood after she was sold into slavery, until she managed to escape in 2000. I have been reading a few books about child soldiers. I just finished writing about my own experience, so I didn't want my book to sound similar. Somebody gave me Roddy Doyle's Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha. It follows the story of a 10-year-old Irish boy and is written in a way that copies the way a boy would speak.

Meet the latest soul diva coming straight outta Croydon

From a south London soul collective to a newcomer award: Tawiah talks to Matilda Egere-Cooper

Fanfare Ciocarlia, Old Bailey, London</br>Yasmin Levy, Union Chapel, Islington, London

It's the end of a sell-out tour that began at the Celtic Connections festival in Glasgow and ended in the basement of a Romanian restaurant on Old Bailey in the City of London. The restaurant's basement had been cleared of tables and chairs, and it's standing room only for the heaving mass of revellers close to the stage.

A nifty return to form from Basement Jaxx leaves them three steps ahead

As the dance phenomneon of the late Nineties, Basement Jaxx duo Felix Burton and Simon Ratcliffe brought the pogoing, "punk disco" energy of their rowdy south London club nights to daytime radio, showing a popular touch largely missing since their heady days of rave.

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