HEADS. – Video ‘A Mural Is Worth A Thousand Words’

A Mural Is Worth A Thousand Words’ it’s the latest single from the trio who recently released their self-titled debut. Travelling through a glitchy four minute mindfuck, the video for ‘A Mural Is Worth A Thousand Words’ stars the band’s frontman Ed Fraser. The video …

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Review: HEADS. – S/T

noecho.net

This self-titled debut EP from Heads.—a trio of two Germans and an Australian based in Berlin—unloads about a half-hour of absolutely dead-on perfect noise rock. Expect winding, slithering bass, bass, and more bass; a dash of skronk; a bit of …

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Review: Mark with the Sea – When the Blood Runs Dry

Beat Magazine

Ballarat’s Mark with the Sea excel at the type of Australiana that Paul Kelly, Crowded House and The Gin Club churn out in their sleep. Songs are filled with plenty of space for deliberation, with it all rooted in a …

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Review: HEADS. – s/t

4ZZZ FM

Heads are a relatively new band receiving quite a lot of attention recently for their self-titled debut LP, due out in Australia this Friday from newly formed and equally well-hyped Ballarat indie label Heart of The Rat. A collaboration between …

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Review: HEADS. – s/t

musicandriotsmagazine.com

One Australian that was fresh off the plane from Australia, with the sound of a former band disintegrating still ringing in his ears, vocalist and guitarist Ed Fraser set about finding new collaborators. One German, The Ocean‘s bass player Chris …

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Review: HEADS. – s/t

Raven Radio

Berlin trio Heads. is going to release their vinyl debut this spring on 8th May via This Charming Man Records. Band draws it’s energy from 90’s rock, postrock and shoegaze. And the fact that Magnus Lindberg of Cult of Luna …

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Review: HEADS. – s/t

Keep It Fast

It’s no surprise to learn that HEADS. will be going on tour with METZ in June and any other bands who like writing their name in capitals only. HEADS. are 1 Australian and 2 Germans making stripped-to-the-bare-bones noise rock that …

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Feature: The Dead Salesmen

Beat

The Dead Salesmen are one of our country’s musical treasures. The revered Ballarat group deliver profoundly affecting songs; articulating the deepest of sorrows while offering a life-affirming sincerity through shimmering, stirring melodies. In a special partnership with Heart of the …

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Review: Mark with the Sea – When the Blood Runs Dry

Forte Magazine

Gliding into my earphones with a healthy mix of noisy electric guitar is the opening track ‘Bows & Arrows’ from Mark with the Sea’s new album When the Blood Runs Dry. With the rollicking trashing cymbal crashes and Hammond organ …

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Review: HEADS. – s/t

Sonic Abuse

Oh hell yes, this is my sort of music. Distil the syrupy sound of the melvins, throw in the squally punk attitude of McLusky and stir it all up with a magic pinch of anarchy and you’ll have the Recipe …

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