TUNES By John Dingwall Singles TeenCanteen You're Still Mine Our fave A BREATH of fresh air guitar-pop from the Scots all-girl quartet that will lower your guard from first beat until the last. An exciting addition to Scotland's indie scene.
Arcade Fire We Exist TRADEMARK Arcade Fire taken from the Reflektor album, with a bassline homage to Michael Jackson's Billie Jean sneaked into one of their lush and most immediate tracks on the latest long player.
Royksopp & Robyn Sayit Do It Again TAKEN from mini-album Do It Again, this is a dancefloor filler that lacks the space one normally associates with Robyn in her own right. Still, the likely club fave will keep Royksopp fans happy.
Elbow My Sad Captains ELBOW evoke an almost mythical Britishness of industrial decline, whether intentional or not, even when Guy Garvey is singing about more personal matters. The next national institution? SecondCity I Wanna Feel A CHICAGO deep house and UK garage-inspired cut from the American DJ who worked with Route 94. He's been championed by Disclosure and could be about to cross into mainstream with the help of a hook sampled from Toni Braxton's You're Makin' Me High.
James Moving On A BRILLIANT offering that will feature on their new album La Petite Mort next week. Strong and emotional with lyrics about birth and death, Tim Booth's vocals are better than ever.
Klingande Jubel THE French deep-house duo's saxophone-heavy track means "cheers" or "jubilance" and you'll certainly not think of anything else when you hear this. A bit jazzy, this will be perfect for chilling out in the sun when it eventually comes to stay.