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Head And Neck Sessions


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Matt Chlebek, Alex Clapworthy & James Crichlow play electronic music on Fender Rhodes, synths, MPC, turntables and live drums.

The product of an unexpectedly successful jam session in early 2006, Head And Neck Sessions have met to produce their unique style of down-tempo electronica just a handful of times over the last two years. Medical students studying anatomy of the head and neck has never lead to anything this aurally exciting. Perhaps it is an extreme passion for music shared between the three and a hunger to play that develops on hiatus that has created such a stir. The aim has always been to release self produced ambient music that can be recreated 100% live and unadulterated.

Comparisons to Cinematic Orchestra and Fourtet indicate that this goal has been surpassed through the group’s dedication and will to succeed despite the impossibly small amount of time at their disposal.

Recently things have become more serious; two record contracts coupled with an explosion of interest from all over the world have lead to the conclusion that the band will relocate to London in mid 2008. Head and Neck Sessions will continue to release tracks one by one until they are able to wholly dedicate themselves to the production of their debut album for which momentum has been building since the very start.

“Fresh music two thousand and seven style” - Gilles Peterson

“deeply calming and exciting” “Most young artists and bands are not producing this sort of music” - Matthew Laidlow (Hecklerspray)

“Head and Neck Sessions are dope” -Dale Coachman (Schememag)

“Great Sound, amazing Drums, smooth Rhodes and cool Cuts - the New Cinematic Orchestra?” – Rebellen

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  • fego09

    I love ROMANCAIS xxxxx

    25 Dec 2010 Reply
  • coffeeandpigs

    an album would be great

    11 May 2010 Reply
  • quezal_lys

    it sounds like dreaming

    5 Feb 2010 Reply
  • nachtaktiv

    whatever happened to these guys.. release something new!

    8 Jan 2010 Reply
  • hoopr

    awesome band

    26 Dec 2008 Reply
  • Namz

    Some of the only music I can listen to sometimes. It's just so refreshing from a lot out there.

    19 Nov 2008 Reply
  • karolajna333

    You're really great... your climatic music makes me feel relaxed. greetings! and come to Poland as fast as you can! :)

    13 Sep 2008 Reply
  • nachtaktiv

    just bought all their songs off itunes.. brilliant music. love the vibe.

    16 Mar 2008 Reply
  • SwayFray

    just fell in love with your music all over - i'd love to listen to new stuff, if you'd like to share that is. blessings.

    23 Feb 2008 Reply
  • boxgrogan

    Gorgeous stuff

    11 Feb 2008 Reply
  • Pixieguts

    Cool stuff! Head and Neck Sessions can now also be heard on Artist Radio...

    27 Jan 2008 Reply
  • _sincerelyme_

    when will the yppah remix go up on itunes?

    20 Jan 2008 Reply
  • SwayFray

    please come to berlin! Happy New Year btw. =)

    11 Jan 2008 Reply

    Thanks for the invitation☆☆ Your music is so GREAT and COOL!!

    25 Nov 2007 Reply
  • nachtaktiv

    great stuff. come to berlin sometime :)

    22 Nov 2007 Reply
  • p_i_g_d_o_g

    hello guys, I appreciate your music from the very first moment. you're producing great stuff! I'm looking forward to hearing more from you! Thanks.

    18 Nov 2007 Reply
  • commick

    Hey thank you for invitation! All in all i agree especially with Phonicas and Fat City Records shouts in here. I just have heared some titels. So i'm not able to give you such a detailed feedback: So far i haven't noticed artists that make electronic jazz or even trip-hop with real instruments! That's a point i'm really impressed of!

    18 Nov 2007 Reply
  • commick

    Some tracks are certainly developable for example in building up tension. I think this is connected with the speed, as 'Flowes' or '1212' for example show.

    18 Nov 2007 Reply
  • commick

    Although 'Romancais' is slow too, it's my favorite because of its 'story': The prelude is a smooth introduction with an organ and a percussion until a sample of a singing woman follows that makes the two instruments argueing with her. In the end it seems to be that the three were not able to find a joint solution of the problem...

    18 Nov 2007 Reply
  • cynamonowy

    good music.

    18 Nov 2007 Reply
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