Listen to our ten favourite tracks this week, including Nicola Roberts, Olly Murs, Bjork and The Horrors.
Olly Murs: 'Heart Skips a Beat' After proving himself as the true winner of The X Factor 2009 with his double platinum debut album, Olly Murs is hoping to keep the momentum going with his new single. Featuring up-and-coming Brighton duo Rizzle Kicks, the track is another reggae-lite ditty that complements his soulful tones.
Bjork: 'Crystalline' With Bjork unveiling her latest project yesterday in Manchester using a digitally-controlled pipe organ, a pin barrel harp and a 30 foot pendulum, expect her long-awaited new album Biophilia to be her most intriguing yet. This trailer, called 'Crystalline', is available to download now.
Nicola Roberts: 'Disco, Blisters and a Comedown' Demoted to b-side on the physical release of her 'Beat of My Drum' single out next week, if lyrics about feeling like GaGa, dancing on a bar and picking up men in kebab shops aren't outlandish enough for a spot on her solo album, we can't wait to hear what has made the final cut instead.
Kids in Glass Houses: 'Animals' The second spinoff from the Welsh rockers' third studio album In Gold Blood, 'Animals' is an anthemic ruckus of stadium-sized guitar solos, head-moshing drum beats and raw vocals. Watch the official music video below:
Wretch 32: 'Don't Go' Confirmed as the third single from the grime artist's forthcoming album Black and White, 'Don't Go' is a more subdued affair than Wretch's previous pair of top five hits, though its mixture of mellow bass and light beats is certain to gain him another hit.
Chicane: 'Going Deep' After 18 years in the music biz, electronic dance producer Nicholas Bracegirdie - aka Chicane - continues to prove why he is revered as club-classic royalty. Thumping beats and euphoric synth sections place 'Going Deep' as one of the heaviest Ibiza anthems of the summer.
Young the Giant: 'Cough Syrup' Their debut album might be a slow burner on the charts, but if anything can turn around the luck of US rockers Young the Giant, it's their latest offering 'Cough Syrup', which is out on August 22. Like a bottle of the stuff, it's both chest-warming and head-soothing.
The Reason 4: 'Take It All' An X Factor act who failed to make the finals is normally about as likely to achieve chart success as Katie Price, but this debut cut from The Reason 4 - older than The Wanted, more muscular than Blue - may well be the first to buck the trend. Watch the official music video for 'Take It All', which is released on August 7, below:
Eric Saade: 'Me and My Radio' Finishing third at this year's Eurovision Song Contest with 'Popular', Eric Saade has proven that he is more than a one-tick pony with this latest album Saade Vol 1. In fact, this album cut has more than a passing resemblance to Robyn's sad-pop anthem 'Dancing on my Own'.
The Horrors: 'Still Life' The trailer track for their third studio album Skying, which is out today, sees the Essex-based band offer a combination of strumming bass, toe-tapping beats and synthesised keyboard riffs, resulting in an arm-waving anthem for their slot at this year's Reading and Leeds festivals.
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