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SOPHIE ELLIS-BEXTOR. This lovely lady has been around the music industry for nine years now, and that's after she disbanded with theaudience (for Pete's sake all I knew back then was Steps). She's had three commendable albums, and now working on her fourth called Straight to the Heart, which features Heartbreak (Make Me A Dancer) with Freemasons, and her current single Bittersweet (whose video I have broken into itty bitty pieces here). Have a listen to the amazing track.

DIANA VICKERS. Oh, the claw. THE CLAW. To those who remember D's signature move back when she was in The X Factor in 2008, well... those days are over! Even if the hype over her #1 debut single Once and album Songs from the Tainted Cherry Tree hasn't subsided, Diana is already working on her second (soon to be smash) single, The Boy Who Murdered Love. I've praised the track enough, so I'll let you be the judge.

SKY FERREIRA. Ridiculously blunt. Atrociously infectious. Definitely one to watch. Disregard all the buzz you've heard about Sky being some sort of Ke$ha clone, because she is NOT. Please, this girl can actually sing her arse off (as I've said countless times), 17 is one damn good song, and I got to do a Q&A with her. She hates mayonnaise too, which is a plus for me.

PLAN B. Rapper turned soul singer Ben Drew made quite an impact with The Defamation of Strickland Banks, a concept album based on the decline of "a soul man" and his experiences in prison. The album debuted at #1 on the UK charts, and both his singles Stay Too Long and She Said have hit the top ten. He was labeled as "the male Amy Winehouse", and it suits him pretty well.

DELPHIC. Placing third on the BBC Sound of 2010 poll, these lads from Manchester pack quite a tune in their alternative dance LP, Acolyte. The combo of their fast-paced drumming, guitar riffs, and electrosynth dabbles makes one very interesting and brilliant record praised by many a critic. Doubt is one of the standout tracks of the album, being radio-friendly while still keeping a certain distinction (and class) from the generic mainstream songs forced down our throats by evil DJs.

To be continued...

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