Not sure the name is anything to write home about, but you've got to call a band something, right?
The second single from the acclaimed album 'The Death Of John MOuse' (the capital O in Mouse is deliberate, incidentally) is a quite astonishing rendition of the Yorkshire national anthem. It is unlike anything you'll have heard before.
A little find from a pre-World Cup rummage around the Brazilian music scene unearthed these blues-rockers from Sao Cristovao.
Well it is autumn now.
West Yorkshire trio Crybabycry feature Knuckle frontman Jonny Firth along with Nici Todd and Rosie Doonan. Together, they make some quite excellent grungey, bluesy rock music.
One that is likely to spilt opinion. Is it, as stereogum reckon, 'preternaturally hooky' or do you just find it annoying?
They're back with a new album - V For Vaseline is their first in four years - and sounding as good, if not better, than ever.
Teleman are the Pirates that emerged from the wreckage after the break-up of Pete and The Pirates.