Most 19-year old pop stars from England are X-Factor contestants doing cover versions (looking at you, One Direction). Then there's Bugg, who exploded two years ago with a #1 British album and actual credibility. He even came up with his own sound, a hybrid folk-punk-rockabilly that was so retro it was brand-new again. Plus, he rocked, not popped. The real deal, then.Still, he's ambitious and impatient, moving quickly on to album two. He's spoken of wanting to write in different styles, sucking up influences like a vacuum cleaner. He's jumped from his council estate upbringing to Los Angeles and celebrity producer Rick Rubin. And Rubin's given him his wish, letting him try on a whole lot of different sounds to see what sticks.