Q's week that was... Gary Numan, Massive Attack, Sea Of Beas, Elbow, win lots prizes & more
In case you missed it, here's what we've been up to on Qthemusic.com this week.
Q&a Gary Numan - On touring, collaborations, the Mighty Boosh's weird phone messages & more
Plus why Numan (Numan!) is not flying high these days...
Listen to 3D from Massive Attack's tribute mixtape to Terry Callier
The Bristol crew have put the tapes of their 2005 collaboration online
Elbow come home: Live in Manchester 2012
Check out our exclusicve photo gallery from the band's recent gig at the MEN Arena
Column - Blink & you'll miss it. Five great musical hopes who imploded after only one record
Following the apparent demise of Wu Lyf after one album, Jamie Skey recalls five other talents who failed to live up to their potential
Win a ridiculous amount of music, DVDs, gadgets and more for Christmas
We've teamed up with HMV for the ultimate entertainment hamper of great stuff
Old Vinyl Factory Session - Sea Of Bees cover Fleetwood Mac's Rhiannon
Check out a classic cover recorded in the factory that used to make all the UK's records
Playlists - Dexters' songs to "recover from hangovers & heartbreaks" featuring Oasis, Jam, Black Lips, Kinks & more
The guitar wielding newcomers present some tracks to help you get back up again, whatever your state
Singles column 3 Dec 2012 - Mumford & Sons, Prodigy, Flying Lotus, Alanis Morrisette, Florence & more
Jamie Skey rounds-up this week's releases and the best new songs that have appeared online in the last seven days...
Plus check out all of this week's Tracks Of The Day.
11:32 AM | 08/12/2012
The man who books the August festival has put together an audio guide to this year's bill
Amy Gravelle provides a musical guide next week's (11-16 March) festival in Austin, Texas
The producer reveals how he recruited the Hitmaker for his debut album Glow (out 10 Mar)
The German band showcase the artists and songs that inspired their latest album Close To The Glass
As The Black Keys join the bill, tThe man who runs the Suffolk festival gives Q his guide to 17-20 July event
He's put down his Tubular Bells and written for Q about the powers behind his new record Man On The Rocks