In today's bulletin: N Dubz star Tulisa shouts about student fees, Alex Reid wants ex Katie Price to buy him a city house, Adele's 21 on track to storm the charts and boyband Blue are to represent the UK at Eurovision this year.
This week's track of the week on Amazing Breakfast on Amazing Radio comes from The Mouse That Ate The Cat.
It's titled Knife Lover.
You can download two of the tracks on their Amazing Tunes profile page here for absolutely nothing.
On their biog they write: "Sounds Like:a mouse with little, if any, production skills or song writing talent."
This is definitely not the case. Check them out and see what you think. Expect a load of synths and a lofi electro-pop sound from a couple of lads from Glasgow. I think Knife Lover sounds like something that would come out of New York or LA. It's really good.
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Just think this music video and the tune rocks. Totally in sync and visually splendid! It's by New York City duo Ratatat, which consists of Mike Stroud and producer Evan Mast.
I like the transformation into a blue fluffy bird at the end!
Katie Price and Alex Reid split up, Simon Cowell and Jay Z start a bidding war over Cher Lloyd, Eastenders news and rising star Jessie J speaks out on her health battle.
Pete and The Pirates are back with their second album, three years after releasing their debut 'Little Death.'
They are hoping to release 'One Thousand Pictures' in May.
I spoke to the band for BBC 6 Music to find out all about the new album:
Tinie Tempah cleans up on BRIT nominations, Barbie fans get ready because Nicki Minaj is coming to London town, the BBC receives complaints over axed Eastenders scenes and Professor Green's attacker is sentenced. All in this week's NXG TV bulletin.