Thanks for joining us this week and have a top weekend, whatever you do. Let us know if you see any particularly amazing bands/acts.
We'll be back on Monday with more musical madness but it's ciao for now.
We'll leave you, as is now traditional on a Friday with the 5 Things We've Learnt This Week.
1) British hip hop is in rude health
Listen up people. Something big is brewing in Britain. And more specifically in London.
Following in the footsteps of Stormzy, Kano and Skepta, urban artists, like the humbly-named Dave above, AJ Tracey and Stefflon Don made up half of the longlist for this year's BBC Sound of 2017 on Monday.
Even Stormzy's own cousin Nadia Rose is getting in on the action...it's a family affair.
But remember the name and where you heard it first...Dave Who could forget it?
2) Dennis Hopper had great taste in music
Grab some Beatles and Bob Dylan. Add a touch of Fleetwood Mac. Then chuck in a spoonful of Miles Davis and Leonard Cohen and what have you got? Well, just part of the recipe for Dennis Hopper's favourite music tastes.
Great taste doesn't come cheap though as the late Easy Rider actor's vinyl collection was up for sale this week for a cool £129,600 by fashion site M'Oda 'Operandi.
Whoever buys them, we just hope they don't meet the same firey-end as some of these punk records.
3) The name of the Rolling Stones 'fifth member'
Darryl Jones. But of course you already knew that didn't you? No? Neither did we in all honesty.
Mr Jones has remained the "unknown Stone" for more than two decades now, never appearing in official band photographs.
But ahead of the release of their new album of blues covers (scroll down today's page for more) Keith and the gang have been paying tribute to their own unsung bass blues brother.
4) A lot of you really, really love Drake.
And we mean like, reeeeally like him...
The Canadian rapper is so far ahead in the streaming world that Spotify have called it early and named him as THE most streamed artist of 2016 already, with a month to go.
Toronto's finest has apparently amassed 4.7 billion song streams this year. Yes you read that right, BILLION.
Had they all been by different listeners then that would be two thirds of the world's population having at least one dance (thank you...) to Drake.
5) Stranger Things' Millie Bobby Brown can do a cracking Adele
And last but by no means least...
...we learnt that Stranger Things actress Millie Bobby Brown could have a future singing career, if the acting work dries up.
She showcased her vocal talents by treating the Starbucks drive-through girl to a snippet of Adele's Hello while ordering a Latte and Frapacino for her and her Dad.
Rumour Has It that Adele will be in touch shortly to discuss backing vocals for her Wembley Stadium shows in the summer (okay, we made that bit up).