Track Of The Week With Rob Da Bank

British DJ and BBC Radio 1 broadcaster Rob da Bank is our brand new music blogger, which is good, given that he's probably one of the biggest names on the scene.

From Friday onwards, Rob will be recommending his track of the week, every week on this very website. Record label founder ("Sunday Best" has just signed David Lynch's electronic dance project), festival maverick (the award-winning Bestival is one of the summer circuit's most popular events), and all round musical mogul (Mr Da Bank is also a recording artist, Lazyboy, with a new album out next year) we're eagerly anticipating his picks.

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With the Bestival and Camp Bestival 2011 line-up already coming together quite nicely - confirmed artists include The Cure, Katy B and Brian Wilson - we're feeling pretty stoked about September. In the meantime however, watch this space every Friday for Rob da Bank's exclusive column.

Here's Rob's first track of the week - Remedy by Star Slinger

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