Go with the Flo

• FOLLOWERS of hip hop are sure be left in a right state when rapper Flo Rida finally releases his new track on March 23.
The track, featuring Ke$ha, is a take on Dead Or Alive’s 1984 hit You Spin Me Round (Like A Record).
• Hello? Is it Lionel Ritchie’s new single you’re looking for?
Then look no further – Just Go, the title track from the legend’s latest LP, is sure to have fans dancing on the ceiling.
• Academy Award-winning actress-cum-soul singing sensation Jennifer Hudson releases a new single soon.
Romantic RnB track If This Isn’t Love, taken from her eponymous album, is out on March 23.
• Dubstep DJ Shuttle’s career has blasted off with a new EP.
The Tunnel, his first release with top label Ninja Tune, is a brooding, bass-heavy slice of beat-driven brilliance.
• Singer Marianne Faithfull has welcomed some of her Faithfull companions to help out on her latest covers LP.
The double album Easy Come Easy Go features Nick Cave, Jarvis Cocker, Keith Richards, Rufus Wainwright, Sean Lennon and many more.
• One sure to get tongues wagging very soon is Speech Debelle.
The singer’s new single, The Key, which is out now, showcases a swaggering jazzy hip hop vocalist that’s definitely one to watch.
• Trance pioneers Cosmic Gate are set to release an out-of-this-world new album.
Mixing influences from other genres ranging from soul to rock with the group’s typical progressive trance, Sign Of The Times is released on March 23.
• Rising pop star Emma Deigman releases a new single on March 23.
The brassy Joss Stone-esque It Was You is a taster of the forthcoming debut album from Emma, who can already boast Take That’s Gary Barlow and rocker Rod Stewart among her growing legion of fans.
• If all of this is music to your ears, you can read more from the pop world online at www.echoisaacashe.blogspot.com

Go with the Flo

• UP-AND-COMING rapper Flo Rida is to release a fist-pumping new single, titled In The Ayer.
The Will.I.Am collaboration, taken from the album Mail On Sunday, hits stores on September 8.
• Mercury Music Prize nominees Elbow are to release a new single, The Bones Of You, on Spetmebr 29.
The track, which samples George Gershwin’s Summertime, is taken from their latest album The Seldom Seen Kid.
• Max Pashm, who mixes traditional Jewish, Greek and Balkan music with electronic beats, has a new album out next month.
Never Mind The Balkans – Here’s Max Pashm is out on September 29 on Elektrikos Organikos Records.
• Elliptical, insidious, multi-coloured and richly textured art-pop group Metronomy are set to release a new album.
Nights Out, the band’s second LP, hits the shelves on September 8.
• Towers Of London, the band fronted by Celebrity Big Brother contestant Donny Tourette, have announced a new album, new single, a new UK tour and new members.
The group’s return begins on September 29 with the single Naked On The Dancefloor.
• Mercury Music Prize nominee Laura Marling has added new dates to her UK tour.
As part of the Night Terror Tour, promoting her Mercury album Alas I Cannot Swim, Laura will be visiting Nottingham Rescue Rooms on November 4 and Birmingham Glee Club on November 9.
• Moby will release his new single Disco Lies on September 15.
Taken from Moby’s latest album, Last Night, the new single features the vocals of Shayna Steele.
• Welsh rockers the Manic Street Preachers return to the studio next month to record their ninth studio album.
The LP is remoured to be the band’s darkest material since 1994’s classic The Holy Bible.
• Castle Donington band Late Of The Pier have entered the album charts with their debut album, Fantasy Black Channel.
The group’s new album entered the UK top 40 at number 28.
• The Faff, whose lineup includes a Loughborough University architecture student on bass and vocals, have released a new single.
The track, That’s A Nice Glove?, was released on August 25.
• Rose Kemp’s brand new album, Unholy Majesty, is out September 1.
Rocker Rose will also be touring the UK during September.
• If all of this is music to your ears, you can read more from the pop world online here.