I’d Diet is the two-man DIY song making project of Sean Gavan and Frederick Walton. Having formed in 2009 and originally from Liverpool, they are now based in Leeds. Armed with a variety of instruments and a laptop, they create songs fusing together a mixture of styles and sounds. Loud guitars, electronic experimentation and obscure lyrics are not uncommon.
Honour Before Glory is the new solo project from whiskas (¡Forward, Russia! / Dance To The Radio), which while relatively little material has so far emmerged, what has, has already been picked up by the likes of Steve Lamacq and Huw Stephens, and warranted comparisons as varied as M83, Wolf Parade and My Bloody Valentine by a host of blog admirers
Pifco are a trio from Harehills, Leeds, England, playing raggedly hummable tunes in a Trumans Water, Sonic Youth, The Fall and Coachwhips kinda way. Mary plays keyboards and drums whilst Steve sings and plays Rickenbacker guitar. As of early 2009, Richard Morris (of Quack Quack, Two Minute Noodles and Chops) plays keyboards.
The Old House are 4(or 3, depending what night you catch them) boys who live in Wakefield, England. They are Jamie Lockhart(Drums & Vocals), Craig Newman(Guitar & Vocals), Paul Reid(Bass Guitar & Vocals) & Russel 'The Disaster' Searle(Guitar & Vocals).
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.
About it takes bridges. Comprising James Brown on vocals and guitar, Steve Freeman on bass and Harry Dalby on drums, It Takes Bridges are an old-fashioned power trio capable of storming live shows with the minimum of fuss.