Fully Automated: Headache Re: Mixes / Various
'One worth remembering when all is said and done.' -Bill Whiting-Mahoney of Technopunk Music regarding LiveSexAct's Segmented Purity 'Among my favourites . . . brings a lot of fresh ideas to the table.' -Johan Carlsson of Release Magazine, regarding Collide's Vortex 'You are probably familiar with the excellent remix work of hEADaCHE.' -Matt Ossen of Black Sheep Zine, regarding Croc Shop's Translated 'Really nice broken beats . . . ' -DJ IZ of Black Sheep Zine, regarding Diverje/Soulciruit's Stronger It's not uncommon for reviewers to regard hEADaCHE's remixes in the same class as major label remixes. So it's little wonder that Uncoiled Loops released an album of remixes by hEADaCHE. This semi-retrospective release features hEADaCHE's first remix, Noxious Emotion's 'X,' as well as some of his latest works for bands such as Collide and Diverje. HEADaCHE's remixes have already been featured on Invisible, Metropolis, DSBP, Tinman, and Architecture, among others. HEADaCHE's band, CEOXiME, has been featured on 15 releases. HEADaCHE's remixing skills are highly sought after as fans enjoy hEADaCHE's twisted and sonically manipulative style. HEADaCHE talks about the new album in an interview in Musicwerks Magazine: MW: I hear some industrial, some drum'n'bass, some techno, some downtempo . . . h: Yeah, I kinda mix it all together... I'll tell you what this album is not-it's not another half-assed attempt at future-pop club anthems. It's not 'on the forefront' of the industrial or future-pop trend. And it's not just throwing 4 on the floor beats on top of an already existing song . . . And finally, it's not 'product.' It's good music I really enjoy and something I believe in.