Joining Jools in the studio are London's own Florence and the Machine, returning after their incredibly successful debut album. Florence and band perform tracks from their much anticipated follow-up Ceremonials.
The Who guitarist and Rock legend Pete Townshend celebrates the landmark 1973 album Quadrophenia, performing a couple of tracks from it.
Also on the show, from Louisville, Kentucky, My Morning Jacket with tracks from their sixth album Circuital.
Suede frontman Brett Anderson debuts his own material from his long-player Black Rainbows.
Completing the line-up are Bombino, named after singer and virtuoso electric guitarist Omara Moctar, who is part of the wandering Tuareg tribes of the Sahara desert, and has been granted the complimentary title 'the desert Hendrix'.
Plus, Al Spx, aka Cold Specks, a brand new voice from Etobicoke in Canada, whose songs have been described as 'bleak but beautiful' and she herself calls 'doom soul'.