Jamie Skey @jamie_skey rounds-up all this week's most significant singles, plus the new songs that have surfaced online in the last seven days that you shouldn't miss...
If Jake Bugg thinks Mumford And Sons "look like posh farmers with banjos", what does that make him? Mike Skinner if he'd been spoon-fed a steady diet of The Beatles and Bob Dylan, perhaps, as Seen It All mixes beatnik thrumming and old-head-on-young-shoulders tales of dodgy drug missions.
Her quenchless appetite for partying shows no sign of abating on C'Mon, but the all-nighter pulling Ke$ha, to a tipsy euro-trance groove, asserts that she'll be keeping her steamy antics 'kosher.'
Dinosaur Pile Up are for all intents and purposes Nirvana on uppers. There's nothing original about Arizona Waiting, but you have to admire them for injecting fresh feeling into an old formula.
Yeah Yeah Yeahs have a new track out in Sacrilege, a soul-rock stomper which isn't a million miles away from The Rolling Stones 70s sound - an interesting new direction for the New York trio whose new album Mosquito is out in April.
Dancing On Ice would be taken to another level if only they'd let loose Thom Yorke on it, judging by the great miserablist's loose-limbed performance on this clip for Atoms For Peace's darkly grooving album track Ingenue.
10:11 AM | 04/03/2013
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