The most famous festival in the world The Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts is fast approaching!
With tickets once again selling out in record time, the festival which kicks off on June 24th will attract over 175,000 people; the size of a small city.
To help you navigate the huge line-up for this masssive event, see below the following Youtube video playlist, as the Subculture guide of who to see at Glastonbury Festival 2015.
This British punk duo are known for one of the best live acts on the current circuit. They have just released their debut album.
Formed in 1976 in Bolton, you'll also be able to catch these original pop-punks at Fred Perry Sub-Sonic Live on 16th July.
Delightfully brash and refreshingly truthful, Midlands duo Sleaford Mods will be bringing their post-punk / hip hop blend of social realism to the John Peel stage at 3pm on Sat.
Post-punk outfit The Fall are regarded as one of the most influential bands of last four decades, formed in 1976, in Prestwich, Manchester, under lead vocalist and band-leader, Mark E. Smith.
Fat White Family
John Doran from The Quietus described this band as the feral electric skronk blues of The Magic Band and The Birthday Party, the proto-punk pummelling of The Monks and The Modern Lovers and the twisted folk of Charles Manson and The Country Teasers.
Reshaping pop music in the 21st century as an almagamation of Mike Skinner, Joe Strummer and Billy Bragg, Jamie T is not to be missed at Glasto 2015.
A Glastonbury virtuoso, having run the Left Field at Glastonbury Festival since 2010 to showcase young artists who are mixing pop and politics, Billy Bragg is one of the most well know, revered protest singers around today.
One of the most distinctive voices in indie rock, mixing witty, often hilarious observations with devastating self-assessment.
Flawless melodies and punk sensibilities. Twins Gary and Ryan Jarman and their younger brother Ross Jarman have just released their sixth album to date; For All My Sisters
The young band's newer music moves beyond their trademark beach-grunge, surf-rock sound, to much more electronic, psychedelic sounds - a nod to late eighties Manchester.
Dripping in nostalgia, Real Lies embody what it is to be young, locked in and yet somehow adrift in Britain today.
Irish songstress delivers honest and heartfelt assertion of growing up and identity.
Stripped back grunge with elements of folk, fronted by Ellie Rowsell.
One of the most exciting bands to emerge in 2014, Palma Violets will play The Other Stage, at 12.15 on Sunday.
Headlining the John Peel Stage on Saturday, Suede will bring you back to they heydays of 90s alt rock. The band are marking the 20th anniversary of their acclaimed second album Dog Man Star, often regarded as the band's masterpiece, cementing their influence as pioneers of Britpop.
A charismatic, all-female Spanish garage rock, lo-fi band, formed in 2011 in Madrid.
The dark psych-pop project of Michael Shuman (bassist from Queens of the Stoneage) who have just released a superb album The Great Pretenders, packed full of soaring melodies and horror-synth goodies.
This Swedish, experimental fusion, acid-rock group are known for aberrant outfits, exotic masks and hypnotic stage presence, but behind the aethetics, Goat are one of the must interesting and unique musical artists on the current circuit.
Lo fi, jangly indie-pop with alluring female vocals, this laid back Toronto band is the perfect band to watch on a summer afternoon at Glastonbury, cider in hand.
Set to be one of the most stylish bands to play Glastobury 2015 and delivering American-blues-rock at its finest, check out timeless band Vintage Trouble and the remarkable soul voice of frontman Ty Taylor.
Fusing political awarenes, gospel and soul since the 60s, Mavis Staples originally recorded with family band, The Staple Singers.
Rag n Bone Man
An impressive range of rough raps and soothing, soulful melodies ring out from Ran n Bone Man, as the singer delivers a captivating, idiosyncratic style.
Also gracing the John Peel stage on the Friday will be Texan gospel and soul singer Leon Bridges.
Lianne La Havas
Folksy roots mixed with modern soul from this London songstress.
From dub to punk, reggae to ska, filmmaker, DJ and music connoisseur Don Letts has been joining the counter cultural dots for over 40 years. His Friday DJ set at the Glade Stage will be jam-packed full of subcultural, underground or underrated goodies.
These East Londoners mix reggae, ska, dub, punk & hip-hop, dubbing their sound as 'East London Reggae'. Earlier this year they unveilled their highly anticipated third album, FM.
Headlining the BBC Introducing stage on Saturday night, these Welsh newcomers take clear influences from The Strokes, Libertines and Arctic Monkeys.
What would a Fred Perry playlist be without including The Modfather himself? The former The Jam frontman will be play the main Pyrimid stage at 19.30 on Sunday, no doubt delighting the crowd with some of his newer, psych-synth-jazz, as heard on brand new album Saturns Patterns.
Needing no introduction, one of rock's most legendary and defining bands are celebrating 50 years since forming.