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Following a slick performance from Katy B, Dizzee Rascal takes to the stage at Camden’s Roundhouse as the duo perform one of the most urban shows at this year’s iTunes festival. Tonight, Dizzee Rascal goes straight for the gut with a a nine-track set of synth-heavy, bass-trembling drones taken from his new release, The Fifth, an album packed with guest appearances, including Will.I.Am, Robbie Williams and Jessie J.

Album: Ms/Mr, Secondhand Rapture (RCA)

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Odell’s soft croon regularly apes Chris Martin

Django Django at the NME Awards Tour 2013, O2 Academy, Glasgow, Scotland

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Album review: A$AP Rocky, Long.Live (Polo Grounds/RCA)

There's a fine line between "effortless" and "lazy", and A$AP Rocky walks it with nonchalant ease.

Florence and the Latrine - drummer gets locked in the loo before gig

Chart stars Florence and The Machine were almost late for a live radio gig - after their drummer got locked in the loo.

<p><b>Foo Fighters</b>: Nominated for international group.</p>
<p>Former-Nirvana-drummer-turned-legendary-rock-n-roll-frontman Dave Grohl and co released their seventh studio album <i>Wasting Light</i> in April last year. The 11 Grammy Award-winning band walked away with five out of six awards they were nominated for this year, only losing out to fellow Brit nominee Adele in the album of the year category.</p>

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Richfield Avenue, Reading / Bramham Park, Leeds

Adele singing Rolling in the Deep at the 2012 Grammy Awards

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The day after she split with her long-term boyfriend, Adele went into the studio to write a ballad. Her biographer Caroline Sanderson explains what happened next

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Florence & The Machine, Alexandra Palace, London

Someone clever once remarked that all actors sit on a scale between Gary Oldman and Jack Nicholson. At one extreme is Oldman, who so absorbs his characters that you can barely recognise him. At the other, the character is subsumed by the id of Jackness.

Album: Various Artists, Rave On Buddy Holly (Concord)

If Elvis was rock'n'roll's id, then Buddy Holly was its ego, his more cerebral tinkerings with pop's structures opening up avenues that enabled the medium to flourish in myriad different ways.

Ellie Goulding, Union Chapel, Islington

A year ago, Ellie Goulding was supporting Florence and The Machine at one of last year's Little Noise Sessions benefit concerts in aid of Mencap. On Saturday, she was headlining the last of this year's Little Noise Sessions at the Union Chapel.

Story of the Song: You've Got the Love, Florence + the Machine (2008)

Three times a hit in the Nineties and endlessly remixed before landing in the hands of Florence + the Machine, "You've Got the Love" dates back to 1986, when it was titled "You Got the Love".

Diary: Florence and the machine

The sickly-sweet official snaps of proud Prime Ministerial dad David Cameron and his newborn, Florence Rose Endellion, adorned a number of newspapers' front pages yesterday. Yet mother and baby were discharged from the Royal Cornwall Hospital on Friday lunchtime, and driven away quickly in black-windowed people carriers – much to the consternation of the assembled hacks and paps, who'd been hanging around since Tuesday to capture the first sighting of Flo Cam.

Hundreds join rally to save BBC's 6Music

Indie kids and ageing rockers come together outside Broadcasting House to protest against closure of the pioneering digital station

Florence And The Machine lead field for Mojo awards

Chart stars Florence And The Machine lead the field for music awards bash the Mojo Honours this year after being shortlisted for four gongs, it was announced today.

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