Having studied the music of Charlie Parker does not mean that you have to play like Charlie Parker - that was the lesson American drummer Mark Holub learned from jazz anarchist John Zorn. Holub therefore decided to forget his ambition to become the new Tony Williams. He settled down in London and it was there that he formed Led Bib, the band named after the bib that patients wear at the dentist when x-rays are taken. The band's name says something about the drummer's sense of humor that resounds throughout the band's music. Led Bib plays a frenetic form of punk jazz in which you can hear echoes of John Zorn's Naked City, British jazz rock of the sixties and seventies (Soft Machine) and even Radiohead. Their most recent CD Sizewell Tea was highly acclaimed in the British press. The Observer wrote: "we need bands like Led Bib to make the world safe for dangerous music".