South London three-piece Artefacts For Space Travel take their name from a William Burroughs story and play music that's like an old Nuggest band covering Pixies...
Bursting out of New York, blustering rockers Parts & Labor's M.O. is to shake your bones with the best heavy melodies.
Hailing from Exeter, The Computers are much-rated in the rock press for their no-frills punk-rock, which has earned the group comparisons with Gallows, Rocket From The Crypt and Black Flag.
Led by Poly Styrene, these day glo punks were amongst the most innovative of the first wave of English punk groups.
A trio from Exeter/Brighton, An Emergency are a punk-rock act sure to appeal to fans of Hot Snakes and Les Savy Fav.
Tom, Dan, Ben
Arms is one man, Brooklyn's Todd Goldstein, who has a finger in many musical pies including bands, The Sea & The Gulls and Harlem Shakes.
The Fireman is the chosen title for Sir Paul McCartney and Youth's collaborative output.
Crossing Americana with metal, Josh Homme and Jesse Hughes side project has become popular due to its wild live show and distinctive sound.
From hot wiring car batteries for their midnight beach side jams, Binario boast a hot and heavy psychedelic funk rock sound evocative of their native Brazil.
Monade are led by Laetitia Sadier, best-known for her day job with Stereolab, and are to release their third album 'Monstre Cosmic' in February 2009