I've been a fan of Popular Workshop ever since I heard them on one of Artrocker's awesome compilations. I think they've been on a few of them actually. There was something really edgy and catchy about them. They released their album "We're Alive and We're Not Alone" today (I think). It's all good angry quirky indie. They've been the victims of a lot of harsh comparisons, the worst of which being Sc**t**g f** G***s, although they seem to be able to see the funny side of it. I'll be ordering a copy of their album as soon as my EMA payments kick in.