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Young upstarts General Fiasco were part of a great ATL gig at the Stiff Kitten in Belfast on 17th August, 2008. We trained the cameras on them to bring you their soon-to-be massive hit, Rebel Get By.

Sometimes bands pop into ATL Towers to record sessions for the radio show. You've probably checked many of them out on our fabulous sessions page. On occasion, we sneak a camera in to film it all, like when the mighty Spiritualized dropped by. God they're good. You can also enjoy Clone Quartet doing 'Twenty Five' & AJ Suzuki performing 'Jump Start' in the BBC's Blackstaff studio in a session recorded for our friend Rory McConnell on Radio 1, The Thrills doing a great version of 'The Midnight Choir', Reverend and The Makers launching into 'Open Your Window', a number from El Capitan, all three songs from a Dutch Schultz session back in October '07, as well as a track from Boathouse from June last year.

There were Orchestral Manoeuvres in Belfast on Thursday, 3rd May 2007, when BBC Radio Ulster threw together the combined musical forces of Duke Special and the Ulster Orchestra in front of a live audience at the Waterfront Hall. Julie Feeney and Foy Vance also performed with the Ulster Orchestra for the concert, which marked the launch of the eighth Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival.

Earlier in the year, to help us celebrate our 21st Birthday, Ash played an exclusive show at The Stiff Kitten in Belfast. It was an extremely exclusive event, so if you weren't lucky enough to get a ticket, you can catch up with the whole gig from Friday, 13th April 2007. Oh, and we also had Duke Special treat us to 'Freewheel' in Auntie Annies while warming up for a UK tour with The Divine Comedy

Watch all of these searing live performances in our video player above. Use the scrolling navigation to the right of the video pane to select the one you want. If you have any difficulties with Flash, follow the link in the right-hand navigation for help from BBC Webwise...


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