For those of you that attended Festibelly this year and for those that want to know more, this is a fine bit of footage, complete with soundtrack by MJZ.
He is a very talented music producer from London and I've actually sung on one of his tracks, You Feed My Sleep. Will be able to post it soon so you can hear it, but we are both super chuffed with how it's turned out.
In the meantime watch this footage and come to Festibelly in the New Forest next year! It's such a gem of a festival and this film because shows it in its truest light. Such a beaut!
Hurry Up, We're Dreaming is the name of the upcoming new double album by M83, out on Monday 17th October.
The first M83 record was put out in 2001 and this is the sixth offering from Anthony Gonzales, the man behind the shoegaze-infused electronic pop sound.
Perhaps the record that brought his work to a wider audience in the UK was 2008's nostalgia-soaked nod to his teenage years Saturdays = Youth.
Over the past few years, he's opened for the likes of Kings Of Leon, The Killers and Depeche Mode.
The French songwriter has de-camped to the sunnier climbs of Hollywood and now resides in LA.
Here Anthony speaks to me for BBC 6 Music News about the new album, getting Zola Jesus on board on its opening track and working with a member of Beck...
Watch the video below to see my view from the stage ahead of the headliners New Young Pony Club at Festibelly, in the New Forest, over the August bank holiday weekend.
It's a festival for 3,000 people which I compere every year. Highlights this year included performances from Ghostpoet, Hollie Cook, T.E.E.D and Kyla La Grange.
Mum's are the BEST. Well mine certainly is, so thought I'd get the crowd to give her some love, as well as the rest of them out there.
Approximately 150 people piled into a converted Oxfam shop among rails of clothes and CDs to watch Fatboy Slim take to the decks, launching Oxfam's 5th annual music festival in London last night (26 September).
It marks the first of a week's worth of charity gigs taking place at the venue on the Kingsland Road in Dalston, East London, with Norman Cook, Man Like Me and Kissy Sell Out performing.
It seems Cook is a regular now at Oxjam events: "This is my third I believe," he said to one of my colleagues at 6 Music (Matt Everitt). "In terms of interesting venues it's a highlight of the year. Me and Zoe [Ball] have got an affinity with Oxfam and a relationship that when they call, we tend to come."
Other acts on the bill throughout the week include Brett Anderson, Patrick Wolf and Ghostpoet tonight (27 September) and Charlie Simpson and Benjamin Francis Leftwich on Wednesday (28 September).
Organisers will also be staging the album launch party on Thursday (29 September) for Damon Albarn's new DRC Music album project, with DJ sets from Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Richard Russell, Kwes and James Yuill.
Cook also revealed to 6 Music News that charity shops have had a big affect on his musical career: "I dressed from Oxfam and charity shops when I was young but mainly it was trawling for records.
"I'd say probably about half the samples in my records probably came from charity shops, so I've spent many an hour getting that particular grime you get flicking through dusty old crates in charity shops."
His set at the Oxjam launch marked the end of the summer season, as he explained: "I don't really tour, I just tend to play weekends so it's not really a tour but this is our last show of the official summer.
"We did the Ibiza closing parties last night but for us this is the real deal. This is our end of term party, the 65th show of the year I think. It's been a long season. The summer season begins in Brazil in February."
Since 2006, Oxjam music events have raised £1.5 million to help people around the world.
(I wrote this story for BBC 6 Music News here.)
Russian-American artist Zola Jesus, aka Nika Roza Danilova, releases her third album Conatus today.
This follows the excellent Stridulum II, which propelled her into the wider consciousness, especially over here in the UK.
She is one interesting lady, with a background in opera and a degree in French and Philosophy, she now resides in LA, but grew up in rural Wisconcin among acres of forest.
Having listened to the record, there are some really beautiful moments, some gorgeous piano playing by Nika, and more of same, epic electronic tracks which show off her belly-aching howls.
Hear her talking to me all about the new album at Bestival a few weeks ago, that and working with M83's Anthony Gonzales on the opening track on his forthcoming double synth-pop behemouth Hurry Up, We're Dreaming.
Sarabeth Tucek played at The Windmill in Brixton on Wednesday night and wraps up her UK tour with the final two shows in Bath (Chapel Arts Centre) and Barnstaple this weekend (Fri 23rd and Sat 24th).
The jaunt celebrates her second album Get Well Soon - which was re-released as a double album earlier this month (12 Sept) - garnered rave reviews from several publications.
It was written in the aftermath of her father passing away - and is a record focussed on a time filled with grief - produced by long-time collaborator Luther Russell who's been on the road with her.
They've been touring as a duo over here and dropped in to do a session yesterday for Lauren Laverne and Sarabeth mentioned she's started thinking about a third, referencing Queens of the Stone Age as an inspiration point.
I had a chat with her to find out more on that and to see how she's faired on tour:
In today's 6 Music News podcast lovingly crafted by yours truly, we celebrate 20 years of Nirvana's Nevermind with a documentary featuring the Grohl (Dave), the Vig (Butch, the producer), and the Novoselic (Krist).
Also in other news, R.E.M announce a career-spanning compilation, Jeff Beck is up for joining Rolling Stones on stage, Facebook launches new music features and the Pink Floyd pig set to fly again, but a new one will float over the Battersea power station on Monday because the old one was a little leaky and floated away so was deemed un-air-worthy!!!
Sunderland band Field Music have nearly completed a new record.
The as-yet-untitled offering should be out in January 2012 and it will be the follow-up to last year's acclaimed double album Measure.
The brothers and co-frontmen Peter and David Brewis have been holed up in their studio in the north-east of England of late and their fourth is weeks away from completion.
Peter Brewis dropped into 6 Music to tell us all about the making of their forthcoming offering.
When asked what music outside of the band they were listening to when writing the new record, Peter revealed he has developed a new interest in music from composers such as Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim, Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley.
"I haven't really been listening to a lot of bandy band music really, Deerhoof in terms of a band," he said. "I went to see the Flaming Lips again recently and I think possibly renewed my love for the Flaming Lips."
Adding: "Coincidentally I've been listening to soundtracks for film musicals. I never really liked musicals but recently I saw West Side Story for the first time and Willy Wonker and the Chocolate Factory, the one with Gene Wilder, and I love the music from that as well."
The band will be road-testing some of the new material live with a gig on 30 November at KOKO in London alongside The Go! Team, Dutch Uncles and Colourmusic to celebrate 13 years of Memphis Industries.
Listen to Peter Brewis in conversation with our reporter Georgie Rogers below:
Check this out, Video Games by Lana Del Rey. She is the latest internet sensation, a star in the making which I'm sure leaves a lot of the online world divided. Sure it looks a little indulgent all the footage of her, filmed by her apparently, flexing that trout pout (of course I'm a little bit envious of it! Naturally!). But there is no denying it, this song is absolutely beautiful.