Leeds-based Wrath Records are developing quite a reputation for their indie/punk acts and usually the best moments involve the label founders, brothers Paul and Steven Morricone. Here they are again on a Being 747 record, backing up the singer/songwriter Dave Cooke and his own brand of idiosyncratic pop. Cooke himself is the owner of one of the most doleful baritones since Bid from The Monochrome Set and the songs follow a not dissimilar course to that band in terms of lo-fi melancholia injected with a healthy dose of British wit. 'Health & Safety' is full of highlights, covering the raucous ('DIY Prescriptions') to the prettily romantic ('Promises', 'Seedless Grapes', 'Agree With Me And Sleep With Me') and the slow and melancholic ('My Years Alone', 'Stuart') to the frenetic and infectious ('Circuits And Wires'). Without question, John Peel would have loved them.