A giant of alt rock, twisted hip hop and anti-folk since the early ’90s, Bek David Campbell comes to London to play from his enormous discography at the iTunes Festival. Recent career moves have included releasing a play-it-yourself album of sheet music, writing songs for a fictional band called 'Sex Bob-omb' and remixing Philip Glass, but Beck made a stunning return to more traditional ways this year with his first recorded album since 2008: 'Morning Phase'. Two (!) more records are still due this year, so you can look forward to plenty of newies at this gig, where former Rilo Kiley singer Jenny Lewis plays second fiddle on the line-up. To win tickets, enter at itunes.com/festival.