Florence And The Machine gunning for the charts

• BRIT award winner Florence And The Machine finally releases her anticipated debbut album this week.
Lungs contains the single Dog Days Are Over as well as an inspired cover of The Source’s You Got The Love.
• DJ Food fans can finally feast on new material from the reclusive DJ.
His first work in nearly a decade, his new EP One Man’s Weird Is Another Man’s World is out now, and is the first taster for next year’s album.
• Punk band Kong, who sound like a megalosaur tearing through Middlesbrough with predictably madcap results, release a new albyum Snake Magnet later this month.
You can download a free track from the album, Sport, by logging on to echoisaacashe.blogspot.com/2009/06/kong-is-on.html.
• Swedish sensation Mando Diao, who sound like a cross between The Hives and The Libertines, have a EP out this week.
Mean Street is the first UK release from the group, who have a cult following across Northern Europe.
• Looking for a wheely good indie band? Try Bombay Bicycle Club.
The group released their debut album, I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Off, this Monday.
• Raw talent Dominique Young Unique, a 17-year-old female rapper from Florida, is set to release her debut EP Music Time this month.
You can download a free track from the release, which is being promoted by Yo Majesty!, by visiting echoisaacashe.blogspot.com/2009/06/unique-talent.html
• Here’s one to get tongues wagging – The Gossip have a new album out.
Beth Ditto and co have put out a new LP called Music For Men.
• Metalcore legends Killswitch Engage have a new self-titled album out.
The album, the group’s second eponymous effort, sees the Massachusetts group making great strides towards the charts with their critically acclaimed metal sound.
• The latest dance trends to hit the dancefloors firmly in the Balearics have been captured on a new triple album.
Cream Ibiza, which features acts such as Deadmau5, Paul Van Dyk and The Killers, is out now.
• If all of this is music to your ears, you can read more from the pop world online at www.echoisaacashe.blogspot.com