Moby Wait For Me, Album, Little Idiot Recordings, June 29 *** A decade on from the 10 million selling Play, the king of ad' endorsement has swapped the house beats of his last effort, Last Night, for a more sophisticated, and marketable, sound.

A gloomy, atmospheric sound that's reminiscent of mid-90s chill out, the influence of producer Ken Thomas whose rosta includes Sigur Ros and M83, is stamped all over it.

Stand out tracks are single Pale Horses and title track Wait For Me, which both feature a lonely, tear stained female vocal which is far softer than the voices he usually hires in.

He channels his well documented love for Joy Division into black sheep of the record, taking mic duties himself for the guitar driven post-punk Mistake.

Wait For Me is listenable background music – three or four potential singles with a dozen fillers.

Yeah Yeah Yeahs Heads Will Roll, Single, Polydor, June 29****

NYC's Yeah Yeah Yeah's have slipped from view slightly since their 2003 breakthrough Fever To Tell. The couple of albums they've released since have failed to make the impact they might have hoped for, despite the emergence of a mainstream electro scene. But their most recent album It's Bitz sees them edging back to form. An indie disco riot, it gives front woman Karen O chance to unleash her kooky yelps.

Heads Will Roll is its best track. A detached, ice cold blast of chorus-driven pop – "Off with your head! Dance til you're dead!" - it'll have you punching the air. A welcome return from a band who have rediscovered their edge.

Dan Black Symphonies, Single, A&M Records, June 29 ***

After a luke warm start to the year, one of electro's big hopes for '09 has finally come up with the goods. He's unashamedly pinched the drum loop to Rihanna's Umbrella and sprinkled some Daft Punk-esque psychedelia and hip hop ambition into the mix, and the result is a spacey, chill out anthem.

The Paris based londoner sounds like a Ben Folds covering Jaz-Z. Weird and last.