Danny Todd has been an accessory to great music from Northern Ireland. A gifted guitarist, songwriter and producer, he has finally found the perfect vehicle for his unique hybrid of pop, rock, indie, country and electronica. Their live CV is rapidly deepening. Recently they provided the lead track on ‘The Oh Yeah Sessions’, a new compilation album recorded in Belfast’s emerging music centre and showcasing the very best of new Irish music. The sleeve notes for ‘Oh Yeah’, written by Snow Patrol’s Gary Lightbody, approve of the track ‘When Jackie Shone’, noting the “ominous shuffle and head-bending guitars”. Alternative Ulster magazine have put ’42 West Avenue’ at #11 in their 50th-issue ‘Top 50 Northern Irish Songs of Our Lifetime’ feature, and their song ‘Goodbye Friend’ appeared in the 2009 film ‘Cherrybomb’ staring Rupert Grint of Harry Potter fame. The band have also been Band of the Day at Guardian.co.uk and featured on BBC.co.uk. In an age of stagnant sound-alike bands where style seems to have all but usurped substance, Cashier No.9 are an alternative pop band ready to lead the counter revolution.