LIANNE LA HAVAS - Is Your Love Big Enough?

Lianne La Havas sounds as fresh as a daisy on her debut album.

Echoing the delicate soul sounds of Corinne Bailey Rae, La Havas also embraces Ray Charles-esque boogie on the superb title track.

Already nominated for the BBC’s Sound of 2012 award, this is one artist that everyone should look out for.

CANTERBURY - Heavy In The Day

English rock band Canterbury sound as American as the star-spangled banner on their second album.

Tracks such as the lead single Saviour are full of teenage angst and distorted guitars This is fodder for fans of acts such as You, Me At Six and Against Me.

ANDY GRAMMER - Andy Grammer

Anyone remember Daniel Powter - the man behind Bad Day? Well, he has seemingly been reincarnated as Andy Grammer.

Catchy songs such as Fine By Me and Keep Your Head Up are as cheesy as Wensleydale, but there’s certainly a market out there for this kind of thing.

Grammer says ‘his ultimate goal is to try to be real’ but whether he achieves that here is debatable.