Adrian Recordings present the debut album – neatly entitled “0001” -  from Malmö pop-kraut-disco outfit ”This Is Head"!
First single is called “0007”.
Download it for free HERE:
Feel free to blog it and spread it around. Music is to be heard!
Excelent video and remix are coming soon.
Feel free to ask for full album sample.
From the first time This Is Head started playing different venues and spots around their hometown of Malmö they have assumed a natural place in the centre of all things great. Their take on kraut disco meets smart indie rock fit in perfectly from the start. Since then, they have evolved into something much greater; a confident machine that seems made for the times we live in. Yet they sound timeless. The growth seems to have been rapid, but it was all at their own pace, in their own time.
0001 sounds as much like the wet streets around Möllevången square in Malmö as they do any spacious warehouse in Brooklyn or deserted parking garage in a remote part of Düsseldorf. This Is Head's curiosity has placed them anywhere and nowhere. They are as eager to consume new and old things as any blog, club or DJ out there. They have grown without any blinders on, while at the same time honing their sound in their own studio, within their own universe. They have built their songs and their confidence in themselves without feeling any pressure. They never thought of a song with the idea of sounding like Yeasayer joining up with the drummer from Neu! in an effort to play unreleased songs by U2 just so they could be mixed by Dan Lissvik from Studio and then be released by Touch & Go. That just happened.
This is the sound of Malmö!
The album is released in Scandinavia the 17th of march and in Europe the 16th of august.
Import it straight ahead with word wide delivery from HERE:
Or get the vinyl version HERE:
(Where you also can buy the CD and the 12” EP including a remix from Dan Lissvik of Studio)
Live in Scandinavia:
27/3: tricks/tricks/tricks – Babel – Malmö (S)
16/4: Debaser Slussen – Stockholm (S)
29/4: Mono – Oslo (NO)
30/4: Pusterviksbaren – Göteborg (S)
1/5: Popadelica – Husqvarna (S)