What's being listened to by people who aren't Popjustice.com? Let's find out…
Ben Silver, singer, Veto Silver
PET SHOP BOYS — 'I'M WITH STUPID'
"The Pet Shop Boys have gifted the charts with some of the greatest tunes in pop history. Thankfully 'I'm With Stupid' demonstrates they still haven't lost their knack of knocking out beautifully crafted four minute pop gems with a twist of social relevance as their ode to Blair and Bush is a perfect example of Neil Tennant's trademark lyrical content delivered with his usual high standard of elegance. A perfect fusion of dance, glamour, theatrics and wit that will seduce both hedonists and intellectuals, with a fantastic 'Guantanamo chic' styled video to boot.â?
Laura Atkinson, features editor, Sneak magazine
PARIS HILTON — 'SCREWED'
"Firstly, it poos all over Nicole's pathetic singer/songwriter 'attempt' and, more importantly, it's totally silly and overproduced. Just like Paris."
Rob Fitzpatrick, editor, Channel4.com/music
UNION OF KNIVES — 'I DECLINE'
"Scottish people are often good at pop, aren't they? Anyway, I like UoK because Craig, Chris and Dave write the sort of music that is uplifting and depressing at the same time. Their album is full of inky black bits and great walloping shiny bits. If they were an animal they would be a giant ant-eater because I saw one of them at the zoo last weekend and it was shocking and wonderful and strange and a bit creepy."
Arjan Timmermans, blogger, Arjanwrites.com
TEMPOSHARK — 'JOY'
"I heart the new Keane album 'Under The Iron Sea' but it is Temposhark's new single 'Joy' that has all the right pop ingredients to stir up a peppy brew. Embraced by Guy Sigsworth and Imogen Heap, the three Londoners present fun, synth-driven pop that takes you straight back to the 80s. Their new single 'Joy' (out May 15) is a throbbing slice of dirty synth pop that has all the potential to become a dancefloor favorite this summer. Wait till you hear the mixes. Yummy." (Arjanwrites.com is hosting a free — legal — download of this track until Friday.)
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