Justin Timberlake stormed to the top of the singles charts this week with 'Mirrors'.
The American singer beat Bastille's new entry Pompeii into second spot ahead of last week's number one, One Direction's cover of Blondie's 'One Way Or Another'.
Timberlake is continuing to ride the wave that sent him from 28th to fourth last Sunday after he performed 'Mirrors' at the Brit Awards.
Watch Justin perform 'Mirrors' at this year's Brit Awards...
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis's 'Thrift Shop' was bumped down from second to fourth, while previous Number One 'I Could Be The One' by Avicii vs Nicky Romero was a non-mover in fifth.
Taylor Swift and Bruno Mars held on to their sixth and seventh places with 'I Knew You Were Trouble' and 'When I Was Your Man', as Baauer's 'Harlem Shake' - the song behind the latest internet dance craze - dropped from third to eighth.
In the albums chart, the top two were unchanged from last week, with Emeli Sande's 'Our Version Of Events' at the summit above 'Babel' by the folksters Mumford and Sons.
The soundtrack to the Hollywood blockbuster 'Les Miserables' crept up from fifth to third as Ben Howard's 'Every Kingdom' held on to fourth.
The highest new entry in the albums chart was Atoms For Peace's 'Amok'.
GIGS TO LOOK OUT FOR
For an intimate gig, dark and charismatic band Vuvuvultures are hosting a single launch party for 'Stay Still' at The Lexington in Islington, London on 12 of March, supported by hotly tipped Lola Colt and Ballet School.
The song is released on 25 March and is the first single to be taken from the band's forthcoming debut album.
Check out their music video from horror-vixen Joni Andreou below and for more details on the gig click here:
OPEN YOUR EARS
The woman who Perez Hilton has hailed "the female Bruno Mars", 21-year-old Moya, is set to release new single 'A Little More Love' on 25 March.
Following on from her previous single, ‘Making Me Fall,’ the brilliant new track is about the effect of fame on a relationship.
Moya said: "The main sentiment is money doesn't make you a better person. What people need more than anything is love, respect and attention, and all the money in the world can't replace that." Take a listen below...
Four-piece rock band from Cape Town, South Africa, Civil Twilight are continuing to make great music from their Nashville base.
Brothers Steven (vocals, bass) and Andrew (guitar) McKellar and drummer Richard Wouters moved to LA in 2005, "lived in a garage and shared a cellphone and a car", and then moved onto South Carolina to record their self-titled debut before settling in Nashville to make 'Holy Weather'. They recently added keyboardist Kevin Dailey to the mix and are now preparing to release their new single 'Fire Escape' on 1 April.
Helped by their critically acclaimed second album, 'Holy Weather', the band have opened for the likes of The Flaming Lips, Florence & The Machine and Smashing Pumpkins. You might also recognise their songs from TV shows such as 'Vampire Diaries', 'House', and 'One Tree Hill'.
They will be performing at four different showcases at this year’s SXSW festival in Austin, Texas but you can check them out in the UK first during a headline show at London's Borderline on 9 April and via the player below...Suggest a correction