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The Tings Tings

That’s Not My Name/Great DJ

Already a firm favourite with Zane Lowe (it says here), ‘Great DJ’ is a no-flab electro-pop nugget which suggests The Ting Tings’ rider is made up solely of Skittles and a crate of Smirnoff Ice. It’s ‘That’s Not My Name’, however, which suggests a future that’ll be more than the label of 21st-century Shampoo. “I’m the last chick standing up against the wall”, wails singer Katie White. Not for much longer.

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