Ones To Watch at Festivals in 2011

The Milk

Forget the headliners, if you're to see one band live at a festival in 2011, make sure you're dancing to the 60s soul of The Milk.....(more)

Brother

Bringing back the spirit of Britpop (more)

Chapel Club

Majestic shoe-gazers looking skywards (more)

Clare Maguire

The next big voice in 21st century pop (more)

Diagram Of The Heart

Electronic pop harking back to its 90s hey-day (more)

Dry the River

Catchy London folk-rock quintet with hXc-edge (more)

Egyptian Hip Hop

Mancunian indie subversives with a pop buzz (more)

Everything Everything

Clever art-rocker with an unforgettable lead falsetto (more)

Funeral Party

American punk funk to get the indie fraternity bouncing (more)

Jamie Woon

Breathing soul into haunting dubstep (more)

Janelle MonĂ¡e

Neo-soul star who is the future of pop (more)

Japanese Voyeurs

A band proving that grunge isn't dead yet (more)

Jessie J

Essex's most powerful pop performer (more)

The Joy Formidable

Feedback soaked, female-led indie rock (more)

Katy B

Commercial dance's collaborative darling (more)

Magnetic Man

Dubstep supergroup changing the face of modern dance (more)

Mona

The next big Tennessee rock n roll band (more)

Morning Parade

Anthemic band on their way to filling stadiums (more)

Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs

Dance music that's fun enough to wipe out an entire species (more)

The Vaccines

Retro indie pop that's got the music press in a twist (more)

Warpaint

All-female indie quartet with warm LA harmonies (more)