Love Love Show - The Yellow Monkey Edgy vocals and a brace of raw guitars is the chosen approach, as this outfit tackles excursions into retro-garage, neo-punk and progressive rock. Play it loud and annoy the neighbours. A Captive - Samuel Toi Ching-siu Toi is a fine Mandarin singer with the requisite vocal curls and intense delivery. But few of the songs here sound indispensable. Best cuts are Snare, Forest, Mirror, Puzzle and the title-track. Wet Eyes - Cass Phang Ling Cass Phang's third album offers a bounty of ballads, both pop-inflected and adult-oriented. The most powerful cuts are those which showcase her stunning voice, and are screaming out for chart success. My favourites include the powerhouse ballad Wet Eyes, the sweet harmonies of Wholehearted Words and Tender Naturally, the delightful Thinking of You and the refreshing pop of Little Thing. Emil & Friends - Emil Chau This spirited collaboration sees vocalist Chau revelling in technique the way few other pop artists do. The passion for his craft is further fuelled here by his love of Taiwanese folk music. There is something to dazzle everybody - best tracks are Friends and To Whom I Am Devoted. Honey - Steven Ma Chun-wai The comeback album from Ma is, characteristically, a wonderfully arranged union of grace and grit. There are great little flourishes which enhance the superb hooks. Tracks like the touching It Shouldn't Happen and romantic pop tunes such as I Wish To Love You in My Life and Love and Honesty are sure to tug the heart-strings of fans. The hit Honey is another stand-out. Chuek Kung Fan - Qunnjo Lee Singer-songwriter Lee (pictured) demonstrates her mastery of alternative Cantonese styles on this debut. From the beautiful ballad Letting Go to the up-tempo Vanity and the mysterious groove of Greed, her haunting vocals are utterly compelling. These narrative songs perfectly enhance the singer's allure and this new set should cement her place in the territory's musical pantheon.