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This time around, we're being a bit stricter. We've used our years of experience as festival veterans to say what you shouldn't do to make sure you - and everyone else - has a good time.
1. DON'T film, Instagram, Facebook and tweet everything you see. Your friends will hate you. So will everyone standing near you. You'll be watching your favourite band on a 5" screen, even though they're right in front of you. The BBC have a billion proper cameras there. You'll kill the battery you'll desperately need to find your lift on Monday morning. Most importantly, no-one at home cares how much fun you're pretending to have. Put the phone down.
Kanye West: 'Hold My Liquor' (released June 18)
Among the outrageous claims and inflated ego bursts, Kanye West is one of rap's greatest artists. You only have to listen to Yeezus cut 'Hold My Liquor' - which hears him recover from a period of alcoholism over a sinister electronic bassline - to realise that 'Ye is still human, despite what his album title might suggest.
Bipolar Sunshine: 'Blossom' (out now as free download)
Singer Adio Marchant, aka Bipolar Sunshine, caught the attention of bloggers at the end of last year with the atmospheric 'Fire'. Fast-forward seven months and he's unveiled the third and final track from his new EP 'Blossom', which follows later this year. The song itself is a mix of moody beats, grinding synths and Marchant's ice-cool vocals, which leaves us hoping we see his debut album this side of 2014.
Daft Punk: Evolution of 'Get Lucky' (out now as free download)
We all know that Daft Punk are one of the defining electronic acts of our generation, but as this clever YouTube video proves, they could have easily dominated any era over the past century.
Anne-Marie: 'Summer Girl' (release date N/A)
After signing up to Elton John's management company, Anne-Marie has gone from strength to strength. All the usual pop blogs have lauded her first foray 'Summer Girl', with all signs indicating she's one to keep an eye on over the next year.
Kelly Rowland ft. Beyoncé & Michelle Williams: 'You Changed' (out now)
Ms Kelly has teamed up with her former bandmates Beyoncé and Michelle Williams for the first ever non-Destiny's Child song sung by, erm, the three members of Destiny's Child. Naturally, the track is a silky-smooth R&B number complete with tight harmonies.
Joe Goddard: 'She Burns' (out June 24)
Announcing his new EP 'Taking Over' last week, Joe Goddard described the four-track collection as "an attempt to make synthesisers sound nice". Fortunately, the set's lead track 'She Burns' - a subdued yet pleasingly hypnotic number - does just that.
Disclosure: 'You & Me' (Flume remix)
Sydney-based DJ and producer Flume has put his magic touch to Disclosure's Eliza Doolittle-assisted 'You & Me', swapping its garage-flecked melody for orchestral strings and a speaker-splitting chorus.
James Wolf: 'No Danger' (out July 14)
After starting his career under the curious moniker 'Bitches with Wolves', Dublin-born James Wolf decided to tone down his name for his big chart assault. 'No Danger' is the first electro-swizzling cut to emerge from his recent sessions with Jake Shears and Lana Del Rey collaborator The Nexus, and leaves us eager to hear more.
Lorde: 'Tennis Court' (out now)
16-year-old New Zealander Ella Yelich, aka Lorde, found herself at the centre of the music blogosphere last year, receiving praise from the likes of Grimes and Perez Hilton for her 'Love Club' EP. She's now returned with her eyes set on the UK and US with 'Tennis Court', a song that melds minimal production with earworm pop hooks.
Youngblood Hawke: 'We Come Running' (released July 29)
Although we have been spinning this one for months now - and you FIFA fans out there will definitely recognise this one - the US band are finally pushing it out as a single next month. Euphoric chants, a bursting chorus and plenty of church bell chimes make it perfect for the summer months.
Which are your favourite songs on this week's playlist? Leave your comments in the box below.
Alicia Keys: 'Tears Always Win'
The singer flits between Vegas showgirl and jazz café pianist in her latest visual.
Ahead of Sunday's Official Chart, Digital Spy takes a look at Friday's midweeks.
Jason Derulo will release his new single 'The Other Side' next week, while Empire of the Sun will be up against Kanye West's Yeezus over on the albums chart.
During his 17 years in the music industry, Kanye West hasn't shied away from speaking his mind to the press.
In fact, his latest interview with the New York Times to promote his upcoming album Yeezus is another fascinating insight into the rapper's mind.
As such, we've trawled though the web to dig out some of West's most memorable and outrageous one-liners, covering everything from music, fashion and that incident with Taylor Swift.
On his confidence:
"I just think that when my confidence meets other people's insecurity, that equals 'Kanye's arrogant'." Vibe - April 2004
"The longer your 'gevity is, the more confidence you build. The idea of Kanye and vanity are like, synonymous. But I've put myself in a lot of places where a vain person wouldn't put themselves in. Like what's vanity about wearing a kilt?" New York Times - June 2013
"There's nothing more to be said about music. I'm the f**king end-all, be-all of music. I know what I'm doing. I did 808s in three weeks. I got it. It's on cruise control. Man, we talked about music for God knows how long! Now let's talk about how my f**king sweater didn't come back right from Korea. That's what's interesting me." Details - February 2009
"You can't look at a glass half full or empty if it's overflowing." - Twitter
"Earlier today I said a lot of things but those cocky-sounding statements just look better in black and white. That's why they always use them. And I always give it to them. That's why my interviews are so valued. That's why I should get paid." Guardian - August 2005
On his legacy:
"I think what Kanye West is going to mean is something similar to what Steve Jobs means. I am undoubtedly, you know, Steve of internet, downtown, fashion, culture. Period. By a long jump." New York Times - June 2013
"Don't ask me what I think the best song of last year was, because my opinion is the same as most of America's. It was 'Gold Digger'." Rolling Stone - February 2006
"Anyone who doesn't give [The College Dropout] a perfect score is lowering the integrity of the magazine." Guardian - August 2005
On his public persona:
"I walk through the hotel, and I walk down the street, and people look at me like I'm insane, like I'm Hitler." Big Chill Festival - August 2011
"I'm the rap version of Dave Chappelle. I'm not sayin' I'm nearly as talented as Chappelle when it comes to political and social commentary, but like him, I'm laughing to keep from crying." Rolling Stone - April 2004
"I'm like a vessel, and God has chosen me to be the voice and the connector." The Fader - December 2008
"I'm forever the 35-year-old 5-year-old. I'm forever the 5-year-old of something." New York Times - June 2013
"I specifically ordered persian rugs with cherub imagery!!! What do I have to do to get a simple persian rug with cherub imagery uuuuugh" - Twitter
(On fashion choices over the years) "Yeah, kill self. That's all I have to say. Kill self." New York Times - June 2013
"I love commercial art!!! I know that sounds like an oxy moron and if I spelled that wrong I just sound like a moron lol!!! " - Twitter
"Sometimes people write novels and they just be so wordy and so self-absorbed. I am not a fan of books. I would never want a book's autograph. I am a proud non-reader of books." Reuters - March 2009
On the Taylor Swift VMA's incident:
"Yo Taylor, I'm really happy for you... but Beyoncé had one of the best videos of all time." MTV VMA Awards - September 2009
"I don't have one regret." New York Times - June 2013
"She just talked about how, you know, people would come up to her in the grocery store and really just bring it up, and she would defend me at the grocery store. I'm sorry, defend me in an interview, she said at her grocery store, she was actually defending me. It's an amazing, compelling situation. The situation is bigger to me than the Bush moment." Hot 97 - November 2010
"It's only led me to complete awesomeness at all times. It's only led me to awesome truth and awesomeness." New York Times - June 2013
What is your favourite Kanye West quote? Leave your comments in the box below:
Last night, Apple confirmed the launch of its long-awaited music streaming service iTunes Radio.
The free internet radio service, which launches in the US in Autumn, will feature over 200 stations of music as well as the capacity to create your own based on your personal music preferences.
But how useful will it really be? Does it have the capacity to kill off its competitors Spotify, Pandora and Last.fm? We've listed the pros and cons for Apple's new music streaming service below:
What do you make of iTunes Radio? Leave your comments in the box below.
Eliza Doolittle: 'Big When I Was Little' (out July 28)
The singer-songwriter returns with the soul-flecked tones that made her a chart success first time out. Swaying beats, funky brass and plenty of 'oohs' make it a summer-friendly ditty.
Taylor Swift ft. Ed Sheeran: 'Everything Has Changed'
It's going to take something pretty darn special to beat this to win the 'Most Cutest Music Video of the Year' award.
Vampire Weekend: 'Diane Young'
Vampire Weekend are known for getting famous faces in their music videos and their latest clip is not different. Santigold, Sky Ferreira and Chromeo are among the stars to sit down for the Last Supper.
Ahead of Sunday's Official Chart, we look at Friday's midweeks.
Next week's single releases are Bridgit Mendler's 'Hurricane' and Wiley's 'Lights On', while new albums come from Kodaline's In A Perfect World, Mark Owen's The Art Of Doing Nothing and KT Tunstall's Invisible Empire/Crescent Moon.
Who would you like to see at number one in the charts? Leave your comments in the box below: