Warm Brains is the warped imaginings of London-based DIY producer Rory Attwell. Having burst onto the scene in 2004 as one third of short-lived dance punk provocateurs Test Icicles, Attwell subsequently played in a raft of other notable bands, goth-punks Kasms and Rat:Att:Agg among them
Taking their name from the de facto fascist French government during the second World War, The Vichy Government were never going to write songs about love and cute puppies. Their two independently released albums 'Carrion Camping' and 'Whores in Taxis' show that they aren't afraid to challenge both themselves and their listeners, coming across like Le Tigre fronted by Oscar Wilde.
Navvy are a 4 piece group from Sheffield. Keith plays bass and sings; Claire sings and plays percussion and keyboards; Marie plays the drums and Daf plays the guitar. The band formed in 2006 from the ashes of several underground Sheffield bands, and their first session with Pulp's erstwhile producer Alan Smyth resulted their debut E.
Thomas Truax inhabits the little known WOWtown with his erstwhile friends Sister Spinster, The Hornicator and Back Beater. He makes experimental music with loop pedals, instruments of own design and the occasional guitar. The most engaging experimentalist with quirky, story teller style songs.
MUNCH MUNCH are a kaleidoscopic pop group from Bristol who write ecstatic, elliptical songs that burst with creativity and restless energy. The band are four friends: Tom, Richard, Jack and Sarah Louise.
Gregory and Gerard have been in bands together since they met at St Andrew’s High School, Kirkcaldy, Fife. Gregory and Michael went to Fife Youth Orchestra together (all the band also have some classical training.