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Human Heads // In The Afternoon Tape

Human Heads // In The Afternoon Tape

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The label Fractal Meat Cuts, which is presided over by British music writer Graham Dunning, has arrived for the first time in Japan.

This work is a cassette released by Glasgow's noise pop duo Human Heads in March 2021 with a limited number of 3 pieces.Includes 50 noise pop songs.It is already out of print. DL code included.

Labels and other works here /// Click here to see more Fractal Meat Cuts releases available at Tobira. 

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Human Heads are an electro-pop sprechgesang duo from Glasgow.

Human Heads deliver a whopping sensory twofer; a vial of fragrant oil for your proboscis and six doses of throbbing-synth-extrusions and poetry-speak-sung for your inky flappers. synthetic.'You shouldn't have met' is a slice of crafty street recording, school kids on the blab rapping on death, that's soon dive-bombing deeply like Sabbath picked up a couple of Korg SB-100's rather than them dirty guitars.

As the tracks unspool we follow stories (possibly reflections, possibly prophecies) on the full-body foxtrot and crucifixion. a nostalgic mood so things end with the sort of dry-rot clunk Kanye would have chipped a tooth for on his self-titled Yeezus opus.

And if you are wondering? This is all decidedly, deliciously groovy. This release is both sweet and suspiciously tangy. Think peaches and goat's cheese. I offer you'Pure Plaza' dear reader ... the very real sound of a zeppelin slowly deflating , warm gaseous breath fluttering out of the loose tarpaulin. Overhead, untrustworthy sparks crackle, gray birds fitting in mid-flight. It gets choppy as a rowing boat on the briny --waves of sparkling keyboards a dangerous undertow, moving my feet one way and my hips the other.

'Diana & Paola' scoops the heart out of the very idea of ​​a'song'. The domestic rattles (a spoon on a cup perhaps) anchor me as the songs recording processes are unpacked, laid out and stripped bare as a freshly delivered foal , slick with gore. In fact all through the proceedings narratives pick up loose ends, make new knots and connections. Ideas leap between tracks. Sounds suggest other sounds, mutate and evolve; beautiful like drizzle, the soft slips kiss my exposed face and neck ..

Make no mistake; Human Heads are standing on the edge of mystery-blood and psychiatry mathematics.
Joe Murray (September 2020)
 


artist: Stuart Chalmers

label: fractal meat cuts

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The label Fractal Meat Cuts, which is presided over by British music writer Graham Dunning, has arrived for the first time in Japan.

This work is a cassette released by Glasgow's noise pop duo Human Heads in March 2021 with a limited number of 3 pieces.Includes 50 noise pop songs.It is already out of print. DL code included.

Labels and other works here /// Click here to see more Fractal Meat Cuts releases available at Tobira. 

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Human Heads are an electro-pop sprechgesang duo from Glasgow.

Human Heads deliver a whopping sensory twofer; a vial of fragrant oil for your proboscis and six doses of throbbing-synth-extrusions and poetry-speak-sung for your inky flappers. synthetic.'You shouldn't have met' is a slice of crafty street recording, school kids on the blab rapping on death, that's soon dive-bombing deeply like Sabbath picked up a couple of Korg SB-100's rather than them dirty guitars.

As the tracks unspool we follow stories (possibly reflections, possibly prophecies) on the full-body foxtrot and crucifixion. a nostalgic mood so things end with the sort of dry-rot clunk Kanye would have chipped a tooth for on his self-titled Yeezus opus.

And if you are wondering? This is all decidedly, deliciously groovy. This release is both sweet and suspiciously tangy. Think peaches and goat's cheese. I offer you'Pure Plaza' dear reader ... the very real sound of a zeppelin slowly deflating , warm gaseous breath fluttering out of the loose tarpaulin. Overhead, untrustworthy sparks crackle, gray birds fitting in mid-flight. It gets choppy as a rowing boat on the briny --waves of sparkling keyboards a dangerous undertow, moving my feet one way and my hips the other.

'Diana & Paola' scoops the heart out of the very idea of ​​a'song'. The domestic rattles (a spoon on a cup perhaps) anchor me as the songs recording processes are unpacked, laid out and stripped bare as a freshly delivered foal , slick with gore. In fact all through the proceedings narratives pick up loose ends, make new knots and connections. Ideas leap between tracks. Sounds suggest other sounds, mutate and evolve; beautiful like drizzle, the soft slips kiss my exposed face and neck ..

Make no mistake; Human Heads are standing on the edge of mystery-blood and psychiatry mathematics.
Joe Murray (September 2020)
 


artist: Stuart Chalmers

label: fractal meat cuts