Apple's UK iTunes music store seems to be having a good week this week, with a selection of up-to-the minute new releases, pre-releases, exclusives and a new weekly free download.
Feeder fans are in for a treat too - the service is offering an exclusive video (Feeling a Moment) from the band. And for a freebie feeding frenzy, this week's single of the week comes from newly-signed Massive Attack and Portishead-influenced electronic duo Cities of Foam. It's called Out of Reach.
Electronic music fans may also take more than a passing interest in new celebrity playlists from Erasure and Depeche Mode. Apple is also hosting exclusive tracks from Kasabian, Blazin Squad and Pearl Jam; with prerelease numbers from: Beck, Marlo and Trick Daddy.
Among others, new releases this week come from Beck, Queens of the Stone Age, Gorrilaz, Ocean Color Scene, Wheatus, The Futureheads and Ozzy Osbourne.
Good news too for followers of influential Dischord label artists, such as Minor Threat and Fugazi. The label has licensed its catalogue in Europe and the US to a variety of digital music retailers, including iTunes.
Finally following a successful debut as part of the BBC's Comic Relief coverage, the Tony Christie/Peter Kay collaboration of Is This The Way To Amarillo storms its way to the top of this week's iTunes chart.