There's no real need for another single off A Certain Trigger, especially as all the reviews of the NME tour have run along the lines of "yay for the Arctic Monkeys! They're the best! Oh, and some new wave band headlined" (the same tour also acts as a reason for We Are Scientists to seperate It's A Hit from its parent With Love And Squalour), but Maximo Park have gone for I Want You To Stay anyway, with a Field Music/J Xaverre meeting of north east traditional powerhouses remix that turns it into a stately dirge. Not something that can be said about Celebration, whose War was linked here as a free mp3 a couple of weeks back, so you may well know about its Hammond organ-powered no wave madness already. We've not heard Wish I Never Loved You by the Buzzcocks, in all honesty, but as one of the few who have made a consistently good go of this reforming malarkey we feel confident in it.
Moshi Moshi is one of those labels that you always feel deserves to be among those indies currently surfing a wave of success beyond their means. Certainly they can make the stars, Bloc Party, the Go! Team and the Rakes all having debuted on the label and the first and last of those sanctioning tracks for nigh on unmissable five quid label sampler Can You Hear Me Clearly?. The Liars' days as post-punk revival first wavers has long since passed in favour of art school inhibitions, explored further on Drum's Not Dead, a mystical concept album (no, not like that) with an accompanying DVD featuring three videos for each track. A slightly bigger budget and a lot more linear sense awaits on Eels With Strings: Live At Town Hall, E's first live album and also out on DVD.