"Previous year I am pleasantly surprised with the mini Headgit of the formatie Githead. It is the new link of Colin Newman (Wire, Immersion, Oracle) and its woman Malka Spigel (Minimal Compact, Immersion. Oracle) with Robin Rimbaud (Scanner) and Maximum Francs (Minimal Compact). The mini stands full reasonable music, but there cannot really a clear be detected line. It appears no one-off project, because now the complete CD Profile on the mat lies. Perhaps still more surprising than the mini of previous year, because the link lets hear in a fresh manner how you nowadays melancholic music with new wave must make influences."

"Colin sings with its this way characteristic hypnotising, hurries himself emotionless song, sometimes varied by Malka and some a time with Robin. Particularly Colin's jet ear game do of Wire think, whereas Malka's loodzware bass quote Minimal Compactly and Robin ensure, also on jet ear, the pleasant dispersal. Maximum its drums and elektronica (beats) join. The result is amazing good. Of new wave to headstock and from avantgarde to shoegazer and noise, all packs in accessible but intelligent songs. Githead are a link of now and can easily measure itself with the young ones."

"This first album of Githead involves us in a dark universe where the low ones with the round and full flesh are lacerated by the guitars.. at the same time angular and polished but always sharp, of Hake Newman (Wire). Here, not of lyric flights: the pieces unroll their pulsated spleen in an irremediable way, without deviating of their destination which one guesses dramatic. The song in withdrawal, almost absent, brings a saving irony to this jewel of emotions selected. Rather than to be vintage, 'Profile' is regenerated with the sources of New Wave to offer the one second youth to him. Impossible to circumvent!"


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