Camden Crawl is back, bigger and better for 2007 and now a two-day event.

For those heading to the festival the line-up can be found here,although stage times and which band is playing where isn't announced to the public until the day.

Click here for more on the history of the festival as well as a review of the 2006 one-day version.

Camden Crawl is known to be a springboard for bands who are set to dominate the summer festivals and in some cases, go on to sell truckloads of records. 2006 featured The Automatic, Fratellis, Dirty Pretty Things, Klaxons, Paolo Nutini, Mumm-Ra, Wolfmother, Morning Runner and Plan B amongst others, as well as headliners Supergrass and Futureheads.

With Camden Crawl now running for two days, not only are there loads more bands competing for the attention of punters and press alike, but the big names just got bigger!

In this preview check out previous R13 coverage of some of the star attractions including a brand new Ash interview just up online this week, as well as a few recommendations for newer artists you might like to check out if you're going. Naturally as many reading this won't be hitting the streets of London's NW1 over the next couple of days, think of this as a bonus preview to your summer music viewing and listening as after all that's what the Camden Crawl is all about.

Headliners and Star Names
Ash Interview
Ash February 2007 Tour
Biffy Clyro: new material and previous sets
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Interview
Billy Bragg Live
Charlatans Headline Electric Gardens 2007
Charlatans Interview
Cooper Temple Clause April 2007 Tour
Cooper Temple Clause Interview
Damned April 2007 Tour

Who we think you should see either at Camden Crawl or in the coming months:
Blood Red Shoes February 2007 Tour
Brigade 'Lights'
Findlay Brown 'Separated by the Sea'
Dykeenies April 2007 Tour
Ghost of a Thousand Interview
Goose 'Bring It On'
Calvin Harris 'Acceptable In The 80s'
iLiKETRAiNS Band Profile
Kids in Glass Houses 'E-Pocalypse!'
Scott Matthews April 2007 Tour
Malcolm Middleton 'A Brighter Beat'
New Young Pony Club NME Indie Rave Tour February 2007
Jack Penate March 2007 Tour
Pull Tiger Tale MySpace Bleep Bleep Tour March 2007
Shy Child 'Drop The Phone'
Tiny Dancers 'I Will Wait For You'
Frank Turner January 2007 Tour
Yourcodenameis:milo at Leeds Festival

Room Thirteen will once again have bodies getting in everyone's way in the name of bringing you coverage from what has become one of the UK's must attend events.