This week’s releases: 7 February 2011

Albums and singles released in the UK today

James Blake releases his self-titled debut album today (February 7), as The Streets release their final one, ‘Computers And Blues’.

There are also new albums from …And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead, Cut Copy and The Boxer Rebellion.

PJ Harvey releases the first single from her ‘Let England Shake’ album, ‘The Words That Maketh Murder’. There are also new singles from Yuck, I Blame Coco and Sunday Girl.


Singles released today:

Chipmunk featuring Chris Brown – Champion
Duke Spirit – ‘Kusama E.P’
Eric Prydz – ‘Niton’
Fenech Soler – ‘Demons’
Gruff Rhys – ‘Senasations In The Dark’
I Blame Coco – ‘Turn Your Back On Love’
PJ Harvey – ‘The Words That Maketh Murder’
Skepta Vs. N-Dubz – ‘So Alive’
Sunday Girl – ‘Stop Hey’
Visions Of Trees – ‘Sometimes It Kills’
Wynter Gordon – ‘Dirty Talk’
We Are The Physics – ‘You Can Do Athletics, BTW’
Yuck – ‘Holing Out’

This week’s singles reviewed

Albums released today:

And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead – ‘Tao Of The Dead’
Asian Dub Foundation – ‘A History Of Now’
Greg Allman – ‘No Country Blues’
Black Spiders – ‘Sons Of The North’
James Blake – ‘James Blake’
The Boxer Rebellion – ‘The Cold Still’
Cut Copy – ‘Zonoscope’
Goose – ‘Synrise’
Hannah Peel – ‘The Broken Wave’
Jonny – ‘Jonny’
Ben Ottewell – ‘Shapes And Shadows’
The Radio Dept – ‘Passive Aggressive: Singles 2002-2010’
Sea Of Bees – ‘Songs Of Ravens’
The Streets – ‘Computers And Blues’
Sugarland – ‘The Incredible Machine’
Teddy Thompson – ‘Bella’
Various Artists – ‘Trax Re-Edited’

This week’s albums reviewed