Tall Trees are in session, This Morning Call discusses the year ahead and ElectroCute Festival unveil a new event in Manchester.
Electro-pop trio Run Toto Run have said they faced a "mathematical nightmare" while making the video for their new song, This Is A Lull.
Garage punk duo Brown Brogues have admitted the idea for their debut video was to have "a drinking competition and film the whole sorry affair."
The folk-fuelled five piece Red Tides have turned to an unusual source to provide the footage for the video for new single, Housebound.
Taking a stroll through each month and looking at some of the highlights for Greater Manchester's unsigned, undiscovered and under the radar musicians.
Mancunian rapper Envy and a host of female MCs redress the balance and give Tinchy Stryder's Game Over a ladies-only remix.
Electro indie stars Everything Everything have given themselves the most extreme of makeovers in the video for Photoshop Handsome.
A Manchester music blogger gives an insight into the process of putting together the annual BBC Sound Of... list.
Friends Of Mine's Sam Gardner is putting on a festival because "Manchester is the nation's music capital but it doesn't have one to call its own".
Louis Barabbas and the Bedlam Six, Becca and the Broken Biscuits and A Boy Called Doris entertain at the last Introducing Live of 2010.
Vaudeville folk rockers Louis Barabbas & the Bedlam Six have turned Relight My Fire into an ode to whiskey in their video for their version of the track.
Singer-songwriter Becca Williams has revealed what she wanted to be when she grew up in her new song, Train Driver.
Every Sunday at 10pm, BBC Radio Manchester's Sam Walker will be bringing you the finest and the freshest of Manchester's new musical talent, as part of BBC Introducing.
BBC Manchester local website covering the latest news, sport, weather and travel from the Manchester area plus the best nature, history, people and places content from the region
Bethan Elfyn showcases the hottest bands in Wales on BBC Radio 1.